Bar’s Products acquires Hy-Per Lube Corporation

Situated in Seattle, Washington, Hy-Per Lube was founded in the early 1950s by Harold Hilton. At the time, Hilton was manufacturing high quality valves for a wide range 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 unique product has developed a comprehensive toolkit of chemical solutions popular with 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. 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 Hy-Per Lube brand will continue its legacy under the proven guidance and guidance of Bar’s Products.

Check out the full line of Bar’s Leaks, Rislone and Hy-Per Lube products later this month at AAPEX at Booth # 3616 and at SEMA in South Hall, Booth # 30309. For more information on Bar’s Leaks products, visit or call (844) 445-2233. For more information on Rislone products, visit or call (800) 521-7475. For more information on Hy-Per Lube additives, visit or call (888) 275-0015. All Bar’s Leaks, Rislone and Hy-Per Lube products are made in the United States

About Bar products

Bar’s Products offers a full line of chemical tools, including Bar’s Leaks, the most trusted anti-leak brand in the United States since 1947, and Rislone, the best-selling engine treatment brand in the United States for over 90 years old. Situated at Holly, Michigan, Bar’s Products is an ISO 9001 certified company.

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