LUBEGARD Introduces Synthetic Power Steering Fluid

LUBEGARD Introduces Synthetic Power Steering Fluid

This fluid is formulated with a superior base synthetic oil and a proprietary additive package that includes two patented technologies: Synergol TMS and LXE.


SEATTLE — International Lubricants Inc., makers of LUBEGARD branded products, has announced the introduction of a new synthetic power steering fluid in response to customer demand.

LUBEGARD Synthetic Power Steering Fluid was developed in response to customers who wanted a quality synthetic-based power steering fluid to service the vast majority of power steering systems. LUBEGARD Synthetic Power Steering Fluid is the high-quality service solution for all European, North American and Asian Vehicles (Honda fluid is recommended for Honda vehicles).

This fluid is formulated with a superior base synthetic oil and a proprietary additive package that includes two patented technologies: Synergol TMS and LXE. Together these technologies provide the most advanced anti wear protection available. Synergol TMS is the first non-active, phosphorous-free surface molecule composed solely of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. It contains no other toxic, corrosive, metallic or polluting elements. As an extended life anti-wear material, it extends far beyond normal power steering fluid in safeguarding system components. LXE (Liquid Wax Ester) has a molecular structure that allows unsurpassed heat transfer making LUBEGARD Synthetic Power Steering Fluid the most heat stable power steering product sold.

The combination of these two technologies in a synthetic base prolongs the life of the power steering system unit and makes the operation smoother and less stiff. This PSF is effective in a wider range of temperatures than competition providing excellent hot and cold-weather performance. It’s unique additive package protects seals and hoses reducing the risk of power steering leaks and prolonging the life of the parts.

For more information on LUBEGARD Inc., call 800-333-5823 (LUBE) or visit

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