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.
Scope Lubricant has developed the best brake fluid for your vehicle. It’s made with a high quality formula to provide you with the best braking power. Scope’s brake fluid will keep your brakes working well, even in the most extreme conditions.
Our Brake oil is designed to be non-corrosive, non-conductive, and non-magnetic. They also must meet certain boiling point minimums and have low volatility. Stop by today to get your hands on our fluid and experience the difference!
EXCEPTIONAL LUBRICATION PROPERTIES
Hygroscopicity is an important feature of the brake fluid. They tend to absorb moisture during the activity, which causes the boiling point to drop. As a result, prolonged braking that heats the fluid can result in a vapor lock (formation of vapor bubbles). This is avoided by using Scope Lubricant Brake Fluid DOT 3. It can be easily combines with other brake oil that match the same standards.
BEST BREAK OIL FOR YOUR VEHICLES
With the exception of those systems where a mineral-based fluid is indicated, Scope Lubricant’s Brake Fluid is designed to be used in the hydraulic brake and clutch systems of passenger automobiles and commercial vehicles. Disc or drum brake systems are compatible with the advanced properties of our car brake fluid.
EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE OF THE BREAK SYSTEM
Brake fluid draws and absorbs moisture from the air by nature. Brake oil absorbs moisture, which can cause metal components in the braking system to corrode. Corrosion causes metal components to fall apart and fail, necessitating time-consuming and expensive repairs.
Due to the silicone content, Scope Lubricant Brake oil does not lubricate ABS pumps as well as glycol-based fluids. Because silicone fluid does not absorb water from the environment while in use, it has a much longer service life and improves the corrosion resistance of the braking system’s essential components.