Company Information

The data sheet PDF downloads below pertain to the Rock Oil AGRI-GUARD agricultural and horticultural lubricant product range. The sheets contain data on on the specification, characteristics, features, directions for use and cautionary information on products where applicable.

Each PDF download is around 200kb unless specified otherwise.

If you are unable to source the product you require or have any specific questions on the lubricant range please contact us, telephone +44 (0) 1925 636191 or use the quicklink box to find your nearest distributor.

Downloads

pdfAGRI-GUARD 15W-40 Datasheet

pdfAGRI-GUARD LS 10W-40 Datasheet

pdfAGRI-GUARD SUTO 10W-30 and 10W-40 Datasheet

pdfAGRI-GUARD SUTO 15W-30 Datasheet

pdfAGRI-GUARD TO-4 Range Datasheet

pdfAGRI-GUARD UTTO 10W-30 Datasheet

The data sheet PDF downloads below pertain to the Rock Oil automotive lubricant product range. The sheets contain data on the specification, characteristics, features, directions for use and cautionary information on products where applicable.

Each PDF download is around 100kb unless specified otherwise.

If you are unable to source the product you require or have any specific questions on the lubricant range please contact us, telephone +44 (0) 1925 636191 or use the quicklink box to find your nearest distributor.

Downloads

pdfStrata Engine Oil Range

pdfStrata SS 5W-30

pdfSynthesis 4 Auto Engine Oil Range

pdfSynthesis 4 Sport Range

pdfSynthesis C-1 5W-30

pdfSynthesis Eco 0W-20

pdfSynthesis F 5W-30

pdfSynthesis P 5W-30

pdfSynthesis R 5W-30

pdfSynthesis Xtra Life 5W-30

The data sheet PDF downloads below pertain to the Rock Oil TRUCK-GUARD commercial lubricant product range. The sheets contain data on on the specification, characteristics, features, directions for use and cautionary information on products where applicable.

Each PDF download is around 300kb unless specified otherwise.

If you are unable to source the product you require or have any specific questions on the lubricant range please contact us, telephone +44 (0) 1925 636191 or use the quicklink box to find your nearest distributor.

Downloads

pdfEuro 6 Regulation Technical Bulletin(1.38 MB)

pdfTruck-Guard 15W-40 Technical Data Sheet

pdfTruck-Guard Elite LS Series Technical Data Sheet

pdfTruck-Guard LS Series Technical Data Sheet

pdfTruck-Guard Plus 10W-40 Technical Data Sheet

pdfTruck-Guard Plus LD 10W-40 Technical Data Sheet

pdfTruck-Guard Plus LS 10W-40 Technical Data Sheet

The data sheet PDF downloads below pertain to the Rock Oil VAN-GUARD commercial lubricant product range. The sheets contain data on on the specification, characteristics, features, directions for use and cautionary information on products where applicable.

Each PDF download is around 200kb unless specified otherwise.

If you are unable to source the product you require or have any specific questions on the lubricant range please contact us, telephone +44 (0) 1925 636191 or use the quicklink box to find your nearest distributor.

Downloads

pdfVan-Guard 10W-40 Datasheet

pdfVan-Guard AV 5W-30 Datasheet

pdfVan-Guard F 5W-30 Datasheet

pdfVan-Guard MV Range Datasheet

pdfVan-Guard R 5W-30 Datasheet

Established in 1928, Rock Oil incorporating A.E. Bennett (Viscol) Ltd, est 1861 and Nickerson Lubricants, est 1919 is a family owned and run British manufacturer of high quality lubricants and fuel oils. Operating from a purpose built site in Warrington in the North West of England, Rock has built up an enviable reputation as one of the industry's leading suppliers of lubricants and fuel oils.

Though famous for involvement in motor sport lubrication, Rock's major activities are in the agricultural, automotive, commercial, industrial, marine, motorcycle and leisure markets. World Championship winning performances in motor sport have led to blending and manufacturing lubricants for some of the world's top motorcycle, car and engine manufacturers.

Rock Oil has sales offices or distribution outlets throughout the UK and importers in over 30 countries worldwide, including the USA, Australia, Germany, Malaysia and Indonesia. Rock's products are manufactured from the finest state of the art synthetic chemicals and oils; they meet and surpass all relevant national and international standards in all industrial and automotive sectors. Rock Oil’s dedication to quality and improvement resulted in accreditation to BS EN ISO 9001:2015 and recommendations by many leading manufacturers such as BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volvo, Iveco, Triumph, Kawasaki and Suzuki plus JASO, API, ACEA, CIK and NMMA accreditation.

The sales, marketing or technical departments can answer specific queries, provide technical data, material safety data, recommendations and or availability pertaining to any of the Rock Oil ranges or specific products. Individual brochures are also available for all the Rock ranges and contain all available grades and specifications, which are also available to download in PDF format.

Established in 1928, Rock Oil incorporating A.E. Bennett (Viscol) Ltd, (established in 1861) and Nickerson Lubricants (established 1919) is a family owned and run British manufacturer of high quality lubricants and fuel oils. Operating from a purpose built site in Warrington in the North West of England, Rock has built up an enviable reputation as one of the industry's leading suppliers of lubricants and fuel oils.

Though famous for involvement in motor sport lubrication, Rock's major activities are in the agricultural, automotive, commercial, industrial, marine, motorcycle and leisure markets. World Championship winning performances in motor sport have led to blending and manufacturing lubricants for some of the world's top motorcycle, car and engine manufacturers.

Rock Oil has sales offices or distribution outlets throughout the UK and importers in over 30 countries worldwide, including the USA, Australia, Germany, Malaysia and Indonesia. Rock's products are manufactured from the finest state of the art synthetic chemicals and oils; they meet and surpass all relevant national and international standards in all industrial and automotive sectors. Rock Oil’s dedication to quality and improvement resulted in accreditation to BS EN ISO 9001:2015 and recommendations by many leading manufacturers such as BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volvo, Iveco, Triumph, Kawasaki and Suzuki plus JASO, API, ACEA, CIK and NMMA accreditation.

The sales, marketing or technical departments can answer specific queries, provide technical data, material safety data, recommendations and or availability pertaining to any of the Rock Oil ranges or specific products. Individual brochures are also available for all the Rock ranges and contain all available grades and specifications, which are also available to download in PDF format.

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    Contact Rock Oil

    Rock Oil,
    90 Priestley Street,
    Warrington,
    Cheshire,
    WA5 1ST (Show Map)

    Telephone: +44 (0) 1925 636191
    Fax: +44 (0) 1925 632499

     

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    Please note, we do not sell direct to the general public. We have stockists throughout the UK who will be able to offer advice and supply our range of products. Please contact us if you need details of your nearest stockist.

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Rock Oil is proud to have representatives and distributors around the world. Please use our quick links below to find your nearest Rock Oil agent.

Global Distributors

UK Distributors (Motorcycle based)

In this section we have a few commonly asked questions from customers.

 

Can I buy motorcycle products direct from you?

No, Rock Oil motorcycle products are available from all good motorcycle product retailers. Your nearest distributor will have details on the nearest product retailer to you. Use our quicklink box to find the nearest distributor to your area, or contact us and we will gladly pass on your details to the nearest retailer to you.

 

How do I open an account?

Contact us or telephone +44 (0) 1925 636191 and we will be happy to send an account application form to you to complete. Following satisfactory credit references, we will be happy to open an account for you, though we do ask that all first orders are paid for prior to delivery.

 

Do you charge delivery charges?

Yes, we charge a delivery cost for small orders (those less than £200.00 in value or 200 litres in quantity) should you live in an area not covered by our own vehicles. Delivery charges and full information are available on request.

 

What are your lead times?

Generally, our lead time is two days from receipt of order plus delivery as soon as our van is back in your area (as we may not be in your area every day.) This may vary depending on product availability, blend times etc, but we do aim to deliver within five working days.

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Do not rely on finding Priestley Street with a satnav, you may be taken to the wrong location. Instead use the directions option provided by the map below, or use the closest listed road (which is Froghall Lane.)

For satnavs that support GPS location:
Lat: 53.391072
Lon: -2.607343

Full Address: Rock Oil, 90 Priestley Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA5 1ST (click the address to be taken to Google Maps)

The data sheet PDF downloads below pertain to the Rock Oil motorcycle lubricant and aerosol product range. The sheets contain data on on the specification, characteristics, features, directions for use and cautionary information on products where applicable.

Each PDF download is around 100kb unless specified otherwise.

If you are unable to source the product you require or have any specific questions on the lubricant range please contact us, telephone +44 (0) 1925 636191 or use the quicklink box to find your nearest distributor.

Downloads

pdfBrake Kleen Tech Data

pdfCarb Kleen Tech Data

pdfChain Lube Tech Data

pdfChain Wax Tech Data

pdfCity 2 Tech Data

pdfCity 2 Plus Tech Data

pdfCity 4 Tech Data

pdfCity 4 Plus Tech Data

pdfDirt Blaster Tech Data

pdfDOT 4 Brake and Clutch Fluid Tech Data

pdfDOT 5.1 Universal Hydraulic Brake and Clutch Fluid Tech Data

pdfFactory Eco Foam Tech Data

pdfFactory Foam Tech Data

pdfFactory Foam Kleen Tech Data

pdfGamma 10W-40 Tech Data

pdfGamma 20W-50 Tech Data

pdfGRO Gearbox Oil Tech Data

pdfGuardian Motorcycle Range Tech Data

pdfGuardian Range Tech Data

pdfGuardian Sigma Tech Data

pdfK2 Plus Tech Data

pdfKontact Kleen Tech Data

pdfKool Tech Data

pdfKool XL Tech Data

pdfLite Gear Oil Tech Data

pdfMedium Fork Oil Tech Data

pdfMotorcycle 10W-40 Tech Data

pdfPP2 Tech Data

pdfRacing Brake Fluid Tech Data

pdfRacing Castor Tech Data

pdfRoad 2 Stroke Tech Data

pdfScoogear Gear Oil Tech Data

pdfSilicone Bike Shine Tech Data

pdfStrawberry 2 Tech Data

pdfStrawberry Trial 2 Tech Data

pdfSVI Suspension Range Tech Data

pdfSynthesis Motorcycle Range Tech Data

pdfSynthesis 2 Injector Tech Data

pdfSynthesis 2 Racing Tech Data

pdfSynthesis 4 Racing 15w50 Tech Data

pdfSynthesis SVI Suspension Range Tech Data

pdfSynthesis SVI Suspension Range

pdfSynthesis XRP Gearbox Tech Data

pdfSynthesis XRP Off Road Range Tech Data

pdfTRM Tech Data

pdfWRX 10W-40 Tech Data

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Rock Oil was started back in 1928 by one Fred Malone, the father of the current chairperson Barbara Hewitt. After leaving his previous profession involving weights and measures, Fred desired a change and something he could really sink his teeth into. Rock Oil ticked over nicely as a small locally based operation until World War 2, when rationing of many raw materials meant the business had to take a back seat. It was post World War 2 when the business really took off, gradually building up custom and purchasing its first sign-written van in 1958.

1966 saw a few major changes with both Barbara and her husband Ted becoming directors of the business. This was also the year when Rock Oil acquired its first tankers allowing them to deal with bulk fuels for the first time. A couple of years later Rock Oil moved site to Wharf Street. Tragically in 1973 the premises burnt to the ground and to make matters worse was uninsured. In 1975 Ted became the Managing Director after Fred sadly passed away; meaning Ted had a serious job on his hands to rebuild the company after the total loss of the building and all materials.

With blending being taken care of by another blender for a short time and backs to the wall, the business slowly but surely recovered. Rock Oil then entered the 1980’s with a rebuilt plant and a return to in-house blending. Now the company had a choice to make: either pile it high and sell cheap or gain some credibility. With serious technical products being developed, it was decided that Rock Oil become involved in racing and the motorcycle market. The need for motorcycle lubricants to be able to perform to the highest possible level was essential because of the high demand on components in motorcycle engines and gearboxes. Technical excellence backed up with the involvement in racing, meant the Rock Oil name quickly became synomonous with top performing motorcycle products.

It was at this time the current Chairman Charles started becoming active in the running of the business and he spent many a wet weekend at race circuits helping establish the Rock Oil brand. The first major team to become involved with Rock Oil was the Kawasaki ‘Team Green’ off-road team. It is fair to say that even to this day Rock Oil are still remembered for their involvement with Kawasaki. It was also during this time that Rock Oil gained its first export customer. Following the mid-1980's Rock Oil built up an increasing level of export sales creating relationships and very close friends all over the world. Towards the end of the 1980's Charles took over as Managing Director due to Ted having some serious health issues. Ted recovered but then took a back seat to leave Charles to handle the day to day running of the firm.

The 1990’s saw a number of major changes for Rock Oil including the move to the present purpose-built site on Priestley Street near to Warrington centre. During this time established lubricant firms were purchased and subsequently brought their business under the Rock Oil banner, these being A.E. Bennetts of Liverpool and Nickerson Lubricants of Halifax, both long standing independent lubricant blenders with their own specialised areas of business. These acquisitions and the new plant meant that Rock Oil was ready for the next phase in its history. Ted maintained a major involvement in the business until sadly he passed away in 2005.

In 2014 Charles stepped down as Managing Director after 25 years in the position and took up a new role as Chairman. Greg Hewitt became Managing Director and took over the reins with the company being the strongest it’s ever been. Charles has been instrumental in driving the company to where it is today and led the company to a record turnover with sales in over 40 countries worldwide. Barbara still plays an active part in the running of her father's business and is as enthusiastic now as when she became a director over 40 years ago. With the next generation of the family now actively involved in the running of the business it won't be long before the Rock Oil story takes a few more twists and turns on its way to celebrating its 100th birthday.

Established in 1928, Rock Oil supply high quality lubricants and fuels for all markets. Our products are manufactured from the finest state of the art synthetic chemicals and oils; they meet and surpass all relevant national and international standards.

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Please see our product range page for more information.

Rock Oil’s dedication to quality and improvement resulted in accreditation to BS EN ISO 9001:2015 and recommendations by many leading manufacturers such as BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volvo, Iveco, Triumph, Kawasaki and Suzuki plus JASO, API, ACEA, CIK and NMMA accreditation.

Though famous for involvement in motor sport, Rock Oil's major activities are in the agricultural, automotive, commercial, industrial, marine, motorcycle and leisure markets. World Championship winning performances in motor sport have led to blending and manufacturing lubricants for some of the world's top motorcycle, car and engine manufacturers. Extensive research and development work ensures that existing ranges are improved and new products are designed to meet emerging standards and approvals. Rock also has a long record of launching innovative products, especially for racing and our top tier racing lubricant Synthesis XRP is testament to this technical prowess.

Rock Oil has sales offices and distribution outlets throughout the UK and importers in over 50 countries worldwide; including Australia, Chile, Germany, Malaysia, Sierra Leone & USA. Rock produces in excess of 20,000,000 litres per annum. Use our distributor quicklink box to find the nearest distributor to you, or visit our distributor overview page for more information.

The sales, marketing or technical departments can answer specific queries, provide technical data, material safety data, recommendations and or availability pertaining to any of the Rock Oil ranges or specific products. Individual brochures and also available for all the Rock Oil ranges and contain all available grades and specifications.

For more information telephone us on +44 (0) 1925 636191, use our distributor quicklink box or see our contact details.

In the early 1980’s Charles Hewitt, the now Chairman, but at that time fledgling marketing and salesman, took to the fields and circuits and began to build relationships with professional racing teams. The first major partnership was the support of the 'Team Green' Kawasaki Motocross team of the mid eighties which started Rock down the path of motorcycle racing support. So much so that many people still remember the team and Rock’s involvement over 30 years later. David Thorpe, 3 time World 500cc MX Champion, was a part of this team and still runs on Rock Oil a quarter of a century later with his Buildbase Honda MX team. The intervening years have seen a succession of who's who in racing running under the Rock banner.

Here are just a few of those teams and riders:

  • Georges Jobe – World 500cc MX Champion
  • Dave Thorpe - World 500cc MX Champion
  • John Reynolds – 3 Time BSB Champion, GP Rider
  • Jamie Whitham – BSB Champion, World Supersport Rider
  • Steve Hislop – BSB Champion, 11 time TT Champion
  • Darren Dixon and Andy Hetherington - World Sidecar Champions
  • Brad Anderson - Multiple British MX Champion
  • Simon Wigg - Longtrack World Champion
  • Jason Crump – World Speedway Champion
  • Rob McElnea - BSB Champion, GP Rider
  • Reve Racing – British Title Winning Superbike Team
  • Renegade Ducati – British Title Winning Superbike Team
  • Padgetts – Grand Prix Team, British Supersport Champions
  • Pela Renet - World MX3 Champion
  • Tai Woffinden – World Speedway Champion

Rock has also worked in conjunction with just about all the major manufacturers such as Yamaha, Ducati, Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki and Triumph. This support of racing does not just apply to the very top levels of competition and we have always supported grass roots racing.

Rock are still very much involved in racing support and product development and are still working with major racing teams and individuals from youth level up to world title contenders. Areas supported include grasstrack, karting, motocross, road and track racing, rallying and even a team competing at Le Mans. Also worthy of mention is our involvement in support as diverse as a NASA project and an Everest expedition! This eclectic mix of projects and sports is a testament to the variety of high performing products Rock manufacture and a commitment to producing the very finest lubricants possible.

Rock Oil prides itself on the manufacture of a superb range of performance lubricants serving many industries, being particularly proud of its long involvement and support of motorsport. All products are manufactured from the finest state of the art chemicals and base oils; they meet and surpass all relevant national and international specifications.

Using their vast experience Rock source only the very best raw materials to produce their products, ensuring the highest quality and performance from a basic grease right through to high specification race lubricants. Selection of only the finest raw materials ensures quality is never compromised. An on-site laboratory and blending plant ensures that any customer requirement can be met and satisfied. Rock are signed up to the ATIEL code of practice, with Rock directors working at board level as well as having continual membership for many years of the UKLA and thus the UEIL. Rock has worked hard to develop a superb supply chain and develop strong working relationships with the best partners such as Afton, Infineum, Lubrizol and Oronite for additive technology, Shell, Petronas and Neste for base stocks. All raw materials are provided by the highest quality working partners.

The on-site laboratory is equipped with the very latest technology to help maintain and regulate the quality of all lubricants manufactured. All raw materials are tested upon arrival to ensure quality and once blended each batch of lubricant is tested to ensure the product meets the required standard before sending to a customer. Analysis in our own laboratory is measured down to parts per million such is the level of quality control that is applied to all products. Alongside this stringent quality control, extensive research and development work means that existing ranges are improved and new products are designed to meet emerging standards and approvals. Rock also has a long record of launching innovative products, especially for racing and our top tier racing lubricant Synthesis XRP is testament to this technical prowess.

This commitment to quality has led to Rock Oil being awarded the prestigious BS EN ISO 9001:2015 Quality Assurance Certificate and recommendations by many leading manufacturers such as BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volvo, Iveco, Triumph, Kawasaki and Suzuki, plus JASO, NMMA, API, CIK and ACEA accreditation.

The technical department is available for advice and assistance on any lubricant related matter so please contact us if you have a specific technical query.

Tai Woffinden – World Speedway Champion

“It’s the best oil out there and offers complete reliability. I’m delighted to be working with Rock Oil”

Stuart Hicken, Buildbase BMW

"We have found the products to be superb in every aspect. The latest synthetic oils give a rise in horsepower and the protection against wear is unparalleled. They are without doubt the best oils I have used since I started racing in the 60's. And the brilliant product range is backed up by a fantastic team of people, who are always ready to help. I am very proud that we are supported by Rock Oil.”

Roger Middleton, RMKD Engineering

"Rock Oil every time for me. We use 'Synthesis 4 Racing' and run our engines to 16,100rpm...1,600rpm above their designed engine speed. No mechanical problems whatsoever last season. We used the Guardian prior to raising the rev limit with great success, but were advised by the technical department to up it to the higher spec fully synthetic with the extra rpm we were using. Not a problem with clutch slip as some other brands cause and on inspecting the engine ready for the 2010 season found no wear at all...just as a matter of course i fitted a new cam chain and on setting the valve clearances on the rebuild found only 3 that needed slight adjustment. What more can i say...no dnf's...only off the top step of the podium twice (due to grid allocation) two outright F400 lap records, three club lap records, and a £75 parts bill for the rebuild...Cheap racing I call that and that suggests to me that good oil is worth the money and my money goes with Rock Oil."

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How to purchase our products

We do not sell direct to the public but through selected dedicated sales, distributors, and support offices worldwide.

For non-motorcycle products, please contact us for information on your nearest retailer or salesperson.

For motorcycle products, please visit the motorcycle lubricants page and use the 'Distributor Quicklinks' box to find your nearest contact.

Distributor Quicklinks

Rock Oil is proud to have representatives and distributors around the world. Please use our quick links below to find the one nearest to your location.