Bar’s Products acquires Hy-Per Lube Corp.


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Bar’s Products, a 70-year Holly, Michigan-based automotive repair and performance chemicals manufacturer, purchased Hy-Per Lube Corp.

With the acquisition, Bar’s adds the proven Hy-Per Lube brand of high performance additives to its already impressive family of brands, including Bar’s Leaks, America’s most trusted anti-leak brand since 1947, and Rislone, the top-selling engine treatment in the United States. brand for over 90 years, ”the company said in a press release.

Harold Hilton founded Hy-Per Lube in Seattle in the early 1950s. At the time, Hilton was making high quality valves for a wide variety of industries, including paper and pulp, power generation. , petrochemicals and marine.

The enormous amount of heat and friction generated by the worm gears inside the valves caused premature wear and failure. From this one product was born a comprehensive toolkit of chemical solutions loved by racing teams, master mechanics and car owners, including the replacement additive Hy-Per Lube Zinc, Super Coolant, Max Octane, Quick Heat, Total Fuel System Cleaner and Diesel Super Coolant.

Hy-Per Lube products complement Rislone’s extensive catalog of automotive performance chemicals and Bar’s Leaks line of anti-leak products, Bar’s Products said.

“Hy-Per Lube is a strategic choice for Bar’s Products due to the brand’s reputation within the automotive industry, particularly among sales technicians and the automotive market,” the company said. “The Hy-Per Lube brand will continue its legacy under the proven leadership and guidance of Bar’s Products.

The full range of Bar’s Leaks, Rislone and Hy-Per Lube products will be on display at AAPEX at booth # 3616 and at SEMA in the South Hall, booth # 30309.


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