AmericaOil - The Leading Supplier of Re-refined Motor Oil


The Most Important Fact to Remember: Motor Oil can be re-refined over and over again because oil never wears out - it just gets dirty!

What is Re-Refined Motor Oil?

Re-refined Motor Oil is recycled motor oil that undergoes an extensive and intensive re-refining process to remove contaminants, leaving you with a good-as-new base oil. This base oil is then blended with additive packages to produce lubricants such as motor oil, transmission fluid, and grease. The main difference between re-refined and virgin oil products, other than price, is that re-refined represents the responsible choice for the environment.

Is Re-Refined Motor Oil Safe To Use?

YES! Lubricants made from re-refined base stocks must undergo the same testing and meet the same standards as virgin lubricants in order to receive the certification of the American Petroleum Institute (API). Vehicle and engine manufacturers such as Ford, General Motors, Chrysler, and Detroit Diesel have issued warranty statements that allow the use of Re-refined Motor Oil so long as it meets API standards, like AmericOil products. Many government and private fleets have used Re-refined Motor Oil in their vehicles for years and report absolutely no difference in performance when compared to virgin lubricants.

Why Use Re-Refined Motor Oil?

Re-refined Motor Oil is good for the environment and, with AmericOil Re-Refined Motor Oil, it is cheaper than virgin motor oil! Buying AmericOil Re-refined Motor Oil also reduces our dependence on imported oil, reduces the depletion of natural resources, eliminates waste material, and helps create jobs.

By using and promoting the use of AmericOil Re-Refined Motor Oil, you accomplish the following:

  • •Preserve a non-renewable resource - oil.
  • •Demonstrate your commitment to a cleaner environment through recycling and proper waste management.
  • •Help protect the environment against pollution.
  • •Help reduce the price of oil by increasing the overall supply.

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