Castrol has launched a new range of e-fluids for electric mobility called Castrol ON ™.
Castrol ON ™, e-Greases play a vital role in maintaining optimum efficiency and extending the life of components.
Castrol ON ™ e-Thermal Fluids improve thermal management, keep batteries cooler and at more stable temperatures even in extreme conditions.
Castrol ON ™ e-Transmission Fluids deliver enhanced drivetrain protection, improve efficiency, help EVs go further on a single charge and work to extend the overall life of the drivetrain system.
They work together for electric vehicles across land and sea.
On land, Castrol has developed a range of e-fluids to meet the needs of vehicle manufacturers. From transmission fluids, which are inside many electric vehicles already on the road, to greases and thermal fluids, these fluids enable electric vehicles to run smoothly, efficiently and stay cool.
At sea, Castrol e-fluids support equipment used in the transfer of power from an engine or electric motor to a propeller or thruster
Castrol’s e-fluids were developed in close collaboration with industry partners, including the Jaguar Racing Formula E Team. The collaboration with motorsport ensured that the e-fluid technologies were tested to the limit on a racetrack before they reached the road.
Castrol is a global leader in lubricant technology, serving consumers in over 140 countries. Well-known brands include Castrol® GTX® — a premium conventional motor oil; Castrol® GTX® High–Mileage™ – a premium synthetic blend designed for vehicles with over 75,000 miles; the Castrol® EDGE ® line of advanced full-synthetic super premium motor oils that offer unsurpassed strength and performance; as well as a range of commercial transport lubricants.
Laura Posadas, president, BP Lubricants, Americas, said, “Castrol has a long history of innovating and delivering cutting-edge solutions for emerging technologies. Our new Castrol ON™ range offers OEM partners and consumers a full range of advanced e-fluids to meet the challenging technical demands of current and future electric vehicles.”