Industrial Lubricants - Scope Lubricants Russia



United Grease & Lubricants Co. LLC with its brand name 'SCOPE' was established in the year 2001. The plant has undergone a series of developments and expansion and is now one of the most technologically advance plants in the middle east.


Category: Industrial Lubricants

Greatest Lubrication Solution for Industrial Application

 We offer a comprehensive range of lubricants, greases, and specialized products for a wide range of industries, including Chemicals, Energy, Steel, Metalworking, Automotive, Equipment Manufacturing, Mining, Construction, Cement, Textile, Paper, and the Food Processing Industry, as one of the world’s largest lubricant companies. Aside from our standard lubricants, we also have a biodegradable and environmentally friendly line of products that demonstrate our commitment to the environment.

High Value Industrial Grease Manufacturers

We offer specialized solutions to our customers, tailored to match their specific requirements from our comprehensive variety of products and services, based on our knowledge and expertise in industrial applications.

Our cutting-edge R&D facilities and research team, working in collaboration with equipment manufacturers, enable the development of advanced products that ensure optimal equipment and machinery protection. We employ additives and intermediates to minimize friction, extend the life of equipment, improve fuel efficiency and operational reliability.

The Best Industrial Lubricant For Your Company

The right industrial lubricant can improve productivity and efficiency of your company. We are committed to providing the most effective solution for your business that reduces costs and boosts industrial productivity.Scope Lubricants’ industrial lubrication market demands energy efficiency, environmental adaptability, and great performance across a wide range of applications.

Enables Smooth Operation of Your Industry

Industrial lubricants are used for more than just making surfaces slick. They apply a coating to the moving parts’ surfaces to prevent metal-on-metal contact. These surfaces, no matter how polished and smooth they appear, have rough surfaces on a microscopic level.

Tiny peaks (known as asperities) protrude from opposing surfaces, generating friction. Smooth motion is hampered by friction. It also generates heat, accelerates surface wear, and increases the risk of equipment failure. Proper lubrication prevents friction by forming a coating between moving parts, resulting in smoother operation and longer equipment life.