Synionic was originally formed in the United Kingdom in order to supply the competitive world of British Motorsport with our advanced form of lubrication technology. Within a short few years Synionic was invited to establish a factory under the Patronage of His Excellency Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates with an additional factory now having been established in Hamriya Freezone.
Synionic has always, and will always pride itself on being the producers of the Worlds Most Powerful Oil, an accolade approved for broadcast on British Television after an 18 months investigation by the Advertising Authorities, during which time the credentials of Synionic’s claims were verified by Europe’s Largest Independent Oil Analysis Laboratory.
Synionic continue to develop not only it’s own lubrication technology, but also assist in pushing engineering boundaries in the many arenas that depend so heavily of high performance lubricants, and we pride ourselves on being able to play a part in some of the most significant automotive developments that will emerge in the coming years.
To strive to constantly push the performance characteristics of lubricants, enabling engineers to develop ever more advanced efficient mechanical units, all the while focusing on reducing the environmental impact that this industry has. Synionic’s technology can facilitate the use of re-refined/recycled base stocks while still ensuring the performance characteristics that can be expected from even the most expensive synthetic virgin based product.
We are an environmentally conscious organization. We wish to reduce any environmental impact that may occur, we not only achieve that through our own practices such using recycled/biodegradable packaging wherever possible, but also we constantly strive to develop and work towards ways that our technology can reduce any environmental impact that occurs as a result of operating mechanical equipment that rely on lubricants.
Our vision is to utilize our technology to bring significant developments within many engineering fields, where its enhanced performance characteristics and the different mechanism through which lubrication can now be provided, can facilitate reduced sump sizes, lower mechanical bulk, smaller, stronger, and more reliable mechanical units, which in turn increases efficiency, reduces wastage and can enable previously impossible manufacturing techniques and processes.