Atlas Knows
The Engine Better!!

Based on engineering/manufacturing background, Atlas group started its business in lubricants segment about few years ago under the umbrella of Atlas Autos (Pvt) ltd with the ambition to cater the already established motorcycle oil market and uprising demand in all other segment from the market.

Using 50 years plus experience of the group, Atlas Lubricant has emerged as one of the leading suppliers of Lubricant products in this short span and is also registered as a Lubricants Marketing Company with (OGRA). Atlas Autos (Pvt) Ltd has been associated with renowned lubricant brands to develop high quality lubricant solutions for almost all the segment.

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Atlas Lubricant promises to provide a single window solution to its customers by its versatile and Unique product range and now is serving various industries and thousands of consumers in multiple segments.


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Engine oils are made up from three important ingredients – base oils, viscosity modifiers and performance additives. These are carefully selected and skillfully blended to enable the oil to provide maximum engine protection.

These are based on distance travelled or time. Regular oil changing helps to keep your engine oil in good condition and provide the best protection for all of your engine components.

Atlas engine oils are designed to clean and protect engines for improved performance.
If your engine components are dirty, oil may not be lubricating and protecting the engine properly. Dirt build-up can also lead to premature engine damage.

Atlas oil in the engine, you can carry on motoring with confidence and experience the feeling that your car has just been serviced – all for less than the cost of a tank of fuel.Oil is the lifeblood of your car. If the wrong kind oil is used, the engine is at risk of increased wear and corrosion.

Refreshing the oil on a regular basis ensures that the right balance of components is present in the oil. Not changing your oil on a regular basis can significantly reduce the level of protection provided against engine wear. Engine oil acts as a reservoir for all kinds of by-products that form when the fuel burns, including soot, sludge, water and acidic material, as well as unburden and partially burned fuel. At the same time, the stress placed on the oil during engine operation gradually depletes the components that determine the oil’s performance.

Atlas oil has a powerful ability to clean up your engine components and goes on keeping engines clean through to the next oil change. If you simply keep on topping up your oil, you put more stress on the older oil that remains in the engine and this stress issue has become worse in recent years as lighter, modern engines now run with about 25% less oil in their sumps.

Used oil can pollute the environment and should never be poured down the drain. In many markets it is also illegal to do this. Instead, take your waste to an official oil-disposal or recycling bank (these are often located at local refuse collection points). Alternatively, ask your local authority recycling officer for guidance.

It takes years of additive blending experience to come up with the right formula for Atlas oil, and the way the various additives are mixed in with the base oil is crucial to the oil’s overall performance. So our strong advice is “do not add additives” if you aim to get the most from your car. The addition of additives may lead to expiration of the vehicle manufacturer’s guarantee.