OUR STORY


Headquartered in Costa Mesa, California, Xtreme Green® is the home of the world’s finest eco-engineered automotive products, designed for today’s vehicles and tomorrow’s environment.

Xtreme Green® is a subsidiary of ProOne, a corporation that sells its proprietary lubrication and fuel technology to major companies in the oil & gas, transportation, mining, steel, and construction industries all over the world.

The products have been tested and proven by major laboratories and blue chip companies like Ford Motor Company, Nucor Steel, Penhall Construction, Occidental Petroleum, Shell Oil, Devon Energy and many others.

Now, this same technology is available to the consumer market for automobiles, motorcycles, RV’s, boating and home use, only through Xtreme Green® and its thousands of Independent Business Owners.

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Xtreme Pressure Lubrication Technology

About Xtreme Green®


Xtreme Green® is the culmination of a dream by its Founder and President, Elton Alderman, who has decades of experience in the automotive industry – from racing cars in Daytona Beach in the 1950’s to pioneering a patented lubrication technology that helped auto racing teams win 11 World Championships in the 1990’s.

Elton’s vision was to create high-performance technologies that out-performed anything on the market and yet at the same time were environmentally friendly. Originally developed to protect demanding, hard-working diesel engines in harsh industrial environments, the technology was transformed and adapted for today’s tight tolerance, high-performance gasoline engines.

Prior to the launch of Xtreme Green®, these incredible proprietary products were only available commercially, but now anyone with a car, truck, motorcycle, boat or RV can enjoy the same products that leading industrial companies have exhaustively tested and used for many years.

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Founders of Xtreme Green®

Elton Alderman

Elton Alderman

President & CEO

A pioneer in the lubrication industry, Elton was born in Florida where he attended the University of Miami. Growing up in car-crazy Daytona Beach, he worked with some of the world’s best-renowned automotive experts on enhancing car racing engine performance before joining the Military and serving as a weapons expert with the 82nd Airborne. He later moved to California and owned a number of automotive-related businesses including one of Toyota’s first car dealerships and, later, the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA). Elton’s involvement with engine performance continued with an international lubricants company which he founded and then ran for 25 years. In 2007, Elton founded ProOne with Xtreme Green® following in 2014.


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TIM WAGNER

CHIEF TECHNICAL OFFICER

Tim was born in California and attended Grossmont College and San Diego State University where he studied Business Administration and Law. Tim started acquiring his vast technical knowledge at an early age, working in the family RV sales and service business. He later embarked on a highly successful 22-year career with Procter & Gamble where he met Elton while working on the Tide racing program. Together with Elton, he developed a number of lubrication solutions, including the technology that became the foundation of ProOne and ultimately the consumer division, Xtreme Green®.


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LAWRENCE KAHN

Co-Founder

Lawrence was born in Johannesburg, South Africa where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science. Lawrence moved to the US in 1980 to complete his MBA at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, majoring in Marketing and Finance. After a successful marketing career as a Brand Manager for the Van de Kamp’s division of Pillsbury, he worked extensively in the automotive aftermarket industry including 12 years with Armor All Products where he served as Vice President of Marketing. Lawrence joined both Elton and Tim in their prior lubricants company and later co-founded ProOne in 2007.

The Secret is the XPL+ Formula

XPL+® technology is attracted to and activated by heat. Conventional lubricants migrate away from heat and will break down under high heat conditions.