Royal Purple (lubricant manufacturer)

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Royal Purple, Inc.
Type Private
Industry oil and chemical
Founded 1986
Founders John Williams
Headquarters Porter, Texas, United States
Area served Australia, Canada, China, Italy, Japan, Mexico, United Kingdom, United States
Products synthetic motor oil, synthetic grease, oil filters, gear oil
Parent Calumet Specialty Products Partners[1]
Divisions Royal Purple Consumer Products, Royal Purple Industrial Products
Website Royal Purple Synthetic Oil

Royal Purple is an American manufacturer which produces lubricants for automotive, industrial, marine, motorcycle, and racing use. It is known primarily for its line of Royal Purple Motor Oil products used in gasoline and diesel engines. However, the company produces many other fluids including automotive, motorcycle/ATV, and marine gear oils, transmission fluids, power steering fluids; and industrial gear, bearing, engine, and hydraulic oils. Other products include multi-purpose chassis and bearing grease, a penetrating/multi-purpose lubricant aerosol, an aerosol chain lubricant, and a firearm lubricant. Royal Purple also offers an automotive chemical line that includes a radiator additive, a complete fuel system treatment, a gasoline octane booster, and a diesel cetane booster and anti-gel additive.

Royal Purple announced on September 25, 2013 that it would sponsor the Las Vegas Bowl for three years, from 2013 to 2016. The deal is worth more than one million dollars a year.[2]

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