The T.L.F. OIL I and II - Made in EU



Type: Turntable

TLF is a (broad-spectrum applicable) super oil, specially developed to reduce bearing friction. Both types provide a highly stable lubrication film between mechanical parts. 

  • Both types are particularly suitable for close-fitting and tight clearance bearings. 
  • High resistance oil film, handles pressures of 180-200 kg/cm² at 350º C (662º F) without losing its impermeability. Normal operating temperature ranges up to 175º C (347 °F). 
  • Oil-water viscosity ratio of 0.33 to 0.25. This means it will form a thin film of lubricant able to spread well on every surface.
  • Don’t oxidize. Also it doesn’t contain teflon, graphite or any other sort of particles. 
  • Reduce friction and mechanical noise significantly extending life of moving parts. This also means a dramatic reduction of maintenance costs… 
  • 25 cc brush cap bottle



General purpose low friction lubricant:


Heavy duty lubricant:

Tone arms float instead of just hanging on their bearings;


Turntable bearing noises are reduced;

Finely lubricates the spindle and laser support tracking arm of CD and DVD players: less mechanical noise and digital jitter.


Perfect for tight clearance type platter spindle bearings. (For higher clearances use our Turntable Spindle Oil)

Also perfect for computer and A/C cooling fans;

Also perfect for vehicle wheel bearings: Mr. van den Hul himself had already tested the TLF II on the front wheels of his 1750 Kg car: less bearing noise and friction.

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