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ACEA (Association des Constructeurs Européens d’Automobiles) is the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association based in Brussels

ACEA has sixteen members: BMW Group, DAF Trucks, Daimler, FIAT, Ford of Europe, General Motors

Europe, Jaguar Land Rover, MAN Truck & Bus, Porsche, PSA Peugeot Citroėn, Renault Group, Scania,

Toyota Motor Europe, Volkswagen Group, Volvo Cars and Volvo Group.
From January 2012, Hyundai Motor Europe and IVECO will be members as well.

 

ACEA represents an industry that is instrumental to EU growth and that plays an important part

in everybody’s life, through employment and social benefits, education and innovation, and through product and mobility concepts or investments. More than 12 million families depend on the sector for employment;

ACEA members operate 169 manufacturing sites in 16 European countries;

The industry’s high quality products set the standard around the world and continuously push further innovation;

ACEA members are the largest private investors in R&D in Europe; Net auto exports are worth € 57 billion;

ACEA members have an annual turnover over € 500 billion;

ACEA also maintains a dialogue on international issues with automobile associations around the world, suchas JAMA, KAMA, Auto Alliance, AAPC, OICA, CAAM, SIAM and many others.

 

Europe is the world’s largest vehicle producer with an output of over 17 million passenger cars, vans, trucks and buses per year, or 25% of worldwide vehicle production.

 

The 16 major car, truck and bus manufacturers in Europe operate 169 vehicle assembly and engine production plants in 16 Member States, often sustaining the economic fabric of complete regions and cities. The automobile industry is a leading EU export sector with a net trade contribution of € 57 billion.

Leading in high-quality products,the industry sells and produces vehicles in all major world markets.

 

Europe EU27 + EFTA

EFTA Iceland + Norway + Switzerland

NAFTA USA + Canada + Mexico

BRIC Brazil + Russia + India + China

Mercosur Argentina + Brazil + Paraguay + Uruguay

ASEAN Brunei + Indonesia + Malaysia+ Philippines + Singapore+ Thailand + Vietnam

CIS Commonwealth of Independent States: Armenia + Azerbaijan + Belarus+ Kazakhstan + Uzbekistan

+ Tajikistan + Kyrgyzstan + Moldavia + Ukraine + Russia

EC European Commission

CAFE Clean Air for Europe

EEA European Environment Agency

OECD Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development

AAA Association Auxiliaire de l’Automobile

VDA Verband der Automobilindustrie

OICA Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles

 

ACEA Specifications Explanation
The category indicates oils for different purposes or applications within that general class, related to some aspect or aspects of the performance level of the oil. Typical applications for each sequence are described below for guidance only. Specific applications of each sequence are the responsibility of the individual motor manufacturer for their own vehicles and engines. Oils within a category may also meet the requirements of another category, but some engines may only be satisfied by oils of one category.

 

Gasoline and Diesel Engine Oils

 

A1/B1 Stable, stay-in-grade oil intended for use at extended drain intervals in gasoline engines and car & light van diesel engines specifically designed to be capable of using low friction low viscosity oils with a high temperature / high shear rate viscosity of 2.6 mPa*s for xW/20 and 2.9 to 3.5 mPa.s for all other viscosity grades. These oils are unsuitable for use in some engines. Consult owner manual or handbook if in doubt.

 

A3/B3 Stable, stay-in-grade oil intended for use in high performance gasoline engines and car & light van diesel engines and/or for extended drain intervals where specified by the engine manufacturer, and/or for year-round use of low viscosity oils, and/or for severe operating conditions as defined by the engine manufacturer.

 

A3/B4 Stable, stay-in-grade oil intended for use in high performance gasoline and direct injection diesel engines, but also suitable for applications described under A3/B3.

 

A5/B5 Stable, stay-in-grade oil intended for use at extended drain intervals in high performance gasoline engines and car & light van diesel engines designed to be capable of using low friction low viscosity oils with a High temperature / High shear rate (HTHS) viscosity of 2.9 to 3.5 mPa.s. These oils are unsuitable for use in some engines. Consult owner manual or handbook if in doubt.

 

Catalyst compatibility oils

 

C1 Stable, stay-in-grade oil intended for use as catalyst compatible oil in vehicles with DPF and TWC in high

performance car and light van diesel and gasoline engines requiring low friction, low viscosity, low SAPS oils with a minimum HTHS viscosity of 2.9 mPa.s. These oils will increase the DPF and TWC life and maintain the vehicles fuel economy.

Warning: these oils have the lowest SAPS limits and are unsuitable for use in some engines. Consult owner manual or handbook if in doubt.

 

C2 Stable, stay-in-grade oil intended for use as catalyst compatible oil in vehicles with DPF and TWC in high

performance car and light van diesel and gasoline engines designed to be capable of using low friction, low viscosity oils with a minimum HTHS viscosity of 2.9mPa.s. These oils will increase the DPF and TWC life and maintain the vehicles fuel economy.

Warning: these oils are unsuitable for use in some engines. Consult owner manual or handbook if in doubt.

 

C3 Stable, stay-in-grade oil intended for use as catalyst compatible oil in vehicles with DPF and TWC in high

performance car and light van diesel and gasoline engines, with a minimum HTHS viscosity of 3.5mPa.s. These oils will increase the DPF and TWC life.

Warning: these oils are unsuitable for use in some engines. Consult owner manual or handbook if in doubt.

 

C4 Stable, stay-in-grade oil intended for use as catalyst compatible oil in vehicles with DPF and TWC in high

performance car and light van diesel and gasoline engines requiring low SAPS oil with a minimum HTHS viscosity of

3.5mPa.s. These oils will increase the DPF and TWC life.

Warning: these oils are unsuitable for use in some engines. Consult owner manual or handbook if in doubt.

 

SAPS: Sulphated Ash, Phosphorus, Sulphur

DPF: Diesel Particulate Filter

TWC: Three way catalyst

HTHS: High temperature / High shear rate viscosity

 

Heavy Duty Diesel engine oils

 

E4 Stable, stay-in-grade oil providing excellent control of piston cleanliness, wear, soot handling and lubricant stability. It is recommended for highly rated diesel engines meeting Euro I, Euro II, Euro III, Euro IV and Euro V emission requirements and running under very severe conditions, e.g. significantly extended oil drain intervals according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. It is suitable for engines without particulate filters, and for some EGR engines and some engines fitted with SCR NOx reduction systems. However, recommendations may differ between engine manufacturers so Driver Manuals and/or Dealers shall be consulted if in doubt.

 

E6 Stable, stay-in-grade oil providing excellent control of piston cleanliness, wear, soot handling and lubricant stability.

It is recommended for highly rated diesel engines meeting Euro I, Euro II, Euro III, Euro IV and Euro V emission requirements and running under very severe conditions, e.g. significantly extended oil drain intervals according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. It is suitable for EGR engines, with or without particulate filters, and for engines fitted with SCR NOx reduction systems. E6 quality is strongly recommended for engines fitted with particulate filters and is designed for use in combination with low sulphur diesel fuel. However, recommendations may differ between engine manufacturers so Driver Manuals and/or Dealers shall be consulted if in doubt.

 

E7 Stable, stay-in-grade oil providing effective control with respect to piston cleanliness and bore polishing. It further provides excellent wear control, soot handling and lubricant stability. It is recommended for highly rated diesel engines meeting Euro I, Euro II, Euro III, Euro IV and Euro V emission requirements and running under severe conditions, e.g. extended oil drain intervals according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. It is suitable for engines without particulate filters, and for most EGR engines and most engines fitted with SCR NOx reduction systems. However, recommendations may differ between engine manufacturers so Driver Manuals and/or Dealers shall be consulted if in doubt.

 

E9 Stable, stay-in-grade oil providing effective control with respect to piston cleanliness and bore polishing. It furtherprovides excellent wear control, soot handling and lubricant stability. It is recommended for highly rated diesel engines meeting Euro I, Euro II, Euro III, Euro IV and Euro V emission requirements and running under severe conditions, e.g. extended oil drain intervals according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. It is suitable for engines with or without

particulate filters, and for most EGR engines and for most engines fitted with SCR NOx reduction systems. E9 is strongly recommended for engines fitted with particulate filters and is designed for use in combination with low sulphur diesel fuel. However, recommendations may differ between engine manufacturers so Drivers Manuals and/or Dealers should be consulted if in doubt.

 

FOLLOW YOUR VEHICLE MANUFACTURER’S RECOMMENDATIONS.

 

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API – American Petroleum Institute

API’S CERTIFICATION MARK AND SERVICE SYMBOL identify quality motor oils for gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles. Oils displaying these marks meet performance requirements set by U.S. and international vehicle and engine manufacturers and the lubricant industry. More than 500 companies worldwide participate in this voluntary program, which is backed by a marketplace sampling and testing program.

 


 

THE API CERTIFICATION MARK, ALSO KNOWN AS THE “STARBURST”
An oil displaying this mark meets the current engine protection standard and fuel economy requirements of the International Lubricant Standardization and Approval Committee (ILSAC), a joint effort of U.S. and Japanese automobile manufacturers. Automobile manufacturers recommend oils that carry the API Certification Mark. See the ILSAC STANDARD FOR PASSENGER CAR ENGINE OILS chart below for descriptions of current and obsolete ILSAC standards.


THE API SERVICE SYMBOL


PERFORMANCE LEVEL
Gasoline engine oil categories (for cars, vans, and light trucks with gasoline engines): Oils designed for gasoline engine service fall under API’s “S” (Service) categories. See inside for descriptions of current and obsolete API service categories. Diesel motor oil categories (for heavy-duty trucks and vehicles with diesel engines): Oils designed for diesel-engine service fall under API’s “C” (Commercial) categories. See the GASOLINE ENGINES and DIESEL ENGINES charts on the next pages for descriptions of current and obsolete API service categories.

VISCOSITY GRADE
The measure of an oil’s ability to flow at certain temperatures. Vehicle requirements may vary. Follow your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations on SAE oil viscosity.

RESOURCE CONSERVING or ENERGY CONSERVING
These designations apply to oils intended for gasoline-engine cars, vans, and light trucks. Widespread use of “Resource Conserving”or “Energy Conserving” oils may result in an overall savings of fuelin the vehicle fleet as a whole.

MULTIPLE PERFORMANCE LEVELS
Oils designed for diesel engine service might also meet gasolineengine service. For these oils the designation is “C” category firstfollowed by the “S” category. “C” category oils have beenformulated primarily for diesel engines and may not provide allof the performance requirements consistent with vehiclemanufacturers’ recommendations for gasoline-fueled engines.

THE API SERVICE SYMBOL WITH CI-4 PLUS

The “CI-4 PLUS” designation identifies oils formulated to provide a higher level of protection against soot-related viscosity increase and viscosity loss due to shear in diesel engines. When originally introduced, CI-4 PLUS identified CI-4 oils meeting a higher level of performance. CJ-4 oils include all CI-4 PLUS performance requirements. CI-4 PLUS appears in the lower portion of the API Service Symbol „Donut“.

 

The current and previous ILSAC standards and API Service Categories are listed here. Vehicle owners should refer to their owner’s manuals before consulting these charts. Oils may have more than one performance level.For automotive gasoline engines, the latest ILSAC standard or API Service Category includes the performance properties of eachearlier category and can be used to service older engines where earlier category oils were recommended.

 

ILSAC STANDARD FOR PASSENGER CAR ENGINE OILS

 

GF-5 - Introduced in October 2010 for 2011 and older vehicles, designed to provide improved high temperature deposit protection for pistons and turbochargers, more stringent sludge control, improved fuel economy, enhanced emission control system compatibility, seal compatibility, and protection of engines operating on ethanol-containing fuels up to E85.

GF-4 - Valid until September 30, 2011. Use GF-5 where GF-4 is recommended.
GF-3 - Use GF-5 where GF-3 is recommended.

GF-2 - Use GF-5 where GF-2 is recommended.

GF-1 - Use GF-5 where GF-1 is recommended.

 

GASOLINE / PETROL  ENGINES

SN - Introduced in October 2010 for 2011 and older vehicles, designed to provide improved high temperature deposit protection for pistons, more stringent sludge control, and seal compatibility.
API SN with Resource Conserving matches ILSAC GF-5 by combining API SN performance with improved fuel economy, turbocharger protection, emission control system compatibility, and protection of engines operating on ethanol-containing fuels up to E85.

SM - For 2010 and older automotive engines.
SL - For 2004 and older automotive engines.

SJ - For 2001 and older automotive engines.

SH - OBSOLETE

SG - OBSOLETE

SF - OBSOLETE

SE – OBSOLETE  
*Not suitable for use in gasoline-powered automotive engines built after 1979.

SD – OBSOLETE
*Not suitable for use in gasoline-powered automotive engines built after 1971. Use in more modern

engines may cause unsatisfactory performance or equipment harm.

SC – OBSOLETE
*Not suitable for use in gasoline-powered automotive engines built after 1967. Use in more modern

engines may cause unsatisfactory performance or equipment harm.

SB – OBSOLETE
*Not suitable for use in gasoline-powered automotive engines built after 1951. Use in more modern

engines may cause unsatisfactory performance or equipment harm.

SA – OBSOLETE
*Contains no additives. Not suitable for use in gasoline-powered automotive engines built after

1930. Use in more modern engines may cause unsatisfactory performance or equipment harm.

 

DIESEL ENGINES

CJ-4 -For high-speed four-stroke cycle diesel engines designed to meet 2010 model year on-highway and Tier 4

nonroad exhaust emission standards as well as for previous model year diesel engines. These oils are formulated for use in all applications with diesel fuels ranging in sulfur content up to 500 ppm (0.05% by weight). However, the use of these oils with greater than 15 ppm (0.0015% by weight) sulfur fuel may impact exhaust aftertreatment system durability and/or drain interval. CJ-4 oils are especially effective at sustaining emission control system durability where particulate filters and other advanced aftertreatment systems are used. Optimum protection is provided for control of catalyst poisoning, particulate filter blocking, engine wear, piston deposits, low- and high-temperature stability, soot handling properties, oxidative thickening, foaming, and viscosity loss due to shear. API CJ-4 oils exceed the performance criteria of API CI-4 with CI-4 PLUS, CI-4, CH-4, CG-4 and CF-4 and can effectively lubricate engines calling for those API Service Categories. When using CJ-4 oil with higher than 15 ppm sulfur fuel, consult the engine manufacturer for service interval.

 

CI-4 - Introduced in 2002. For high-speed, four-stroke engines designed to meet 2004 exhaust emission standards implemented in 2002. CI-4 oils are formulated to sustain engine durability where exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) is used and are intended for use with diesel fuels ranging in sulfur content up to 0.5% weight. Can be used in place of CD, CE, CF-4, CG-4, and CH-4 oils. Some CI-4 oils may also qualify for the CI-4 PLUS designation.

 

CH-4 - Introduced in 1998. For high-speed, four-stroke engines designed to meet 1998 exhaust emission standards. CH-4 oils are specifically compounded for use with diesel fuels ranging in sulfur content up to 0.5% weight. Can be used in place of CD, CE, CF-4, and CG-4 oils.

 

CG-4 – OBSOLETE
*
Introduced in 1995. For severe duty, high-speed, four-stroke engines using fuel with less than 0.5% weight

sulfur. CG-4 oils are required for engines meeting 1994 emission standards. Can be used in place of CD,

CE, and CF-4 oils.

 

CF-4 – OBSOLETE
*
Introduced in 1990. For high-speed, four-stroke, naturally aspirated and turbocharged engines. Can be used in place of CD and CE oils.

 

CF-2 – OBSOLETE
*
Introduced in 1994. For severe duty, two-stroke-cycle engines. Can be used in place of CD-II oils.

 

CF – OBSOLETE
*
Introduced in 1994. For off-road, indirect-injected and other diesel engines including those using fuel with over 0.5% weight sulfur. Can be used in place of CD oils.

 

CE – OBSOLETE

* Introduced in 1985. For high-speed, four-stroke, naturally aspirated and turbocharged engines. Can be used

in place of CC and CD oils.

 

CD-II – OBSOLETE
*Introduced in 1985. For two-stroke cycle engines.

 

CD - OBSOLETE

*Introduced in 1955. For certain naturally aspirated and turbocharged engines.

 

CC – OBSOLETE
*
Not suitable for use in diesel-powered engines built after 1990.

 

CB – OBSOLETE
*
Not suitable for use in diesel-powered engines built after 1961.

 

CA – OBSOLETE

* Not suitable for use in diesel-powered engines built after 1959.

 

GUIDE TO SAE VISCOSITY GRADES OF MOTOR OIL FOR PASSENGER CARS

Multigrade oils such as SAE 5W-30 and 10W-40 are widely used because, under all but extremely hot or cold conditions, they are thin enough to flow at low temperatures and thick enough to perform satisfactorily at high temperatures. Note that vehicle requirements may vary.

 

TYPICAL SAE VISCOSITY GRADES FOR PASSENGER CARS

SAE 0W-20, SAE 0W-30, SAE 5W-20, SAE 5W-30, SAE 10W-30, SAE 10W-40, SAE 20W-50

 

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SAE, ISO VG, AGMA - Oil Viscosity Designation, Viscosity Classifications

Oil viscosity is measured in several ways. The three main that we encounter in equipment manuals are:
SAE, ISO, and AGMA. People are most familiar with SAE, which stands for - Society of Automotive Engineers.
Engine oils viscosity is always measured in terms of SAE. Example like: SAE 0W-20, SAE 0W-30, SAE 0W-40, SAE 0W-40, SAE 5W-30, SAE 5W-40, SAE 10W-40, SAE 15W-40, SAE 20W-50 and etc.
Next we have the ISO system which stands for - International Standardization Organization. Example like: ISO VG 10, ISO VG 22, ISO VG 32, ISO VG 46, ISO VG 68, ISO VG, ISO VG 100, ISO VG 150, ISO VG 220, ISO VG 320, ISO VG 460 … etc. The ISO VG (viscosity grade) scale is commonly used to measure the viscosity of industrial oils.
And last, but not least AGMA stands for - American Gear Manufacturers Association. Through the years, lubricant users have been treated to a number of ways to designate viscosity grades of the lubricants used in manufacturing. There are SAE - Society of Automotive Engineers grades for gear oils and crankcases (engines), AGMA - American Gear Manufacturers Association grades for gear oils, SUS - Saybolt Universal Seconds, cSt (Kinematic viscosity in centistokes) and absolute viscosity. To add to the confusion, two measures of temperature (Fahrenheit and Celsius) can be applied to most of these, not to mention that viscosity might be presented at either 40°C (104°F) or 100°C (212°F). To the new entrant into the lubrication field, the number of options can be confusing, particularly if the primary lubricant supplier does not associate one of the prominent viscosity systems to the product label. To complicate matters, machinery designers must define the lubricant viscosity in such a way that the equipment user understands clearly what is needed without having to consult outside advice. This help to the need for a universally accepted viscosity designation - one that can be used by lubrication practitioners, lubricant suppliers and machinery design engineers simultaneously with minimal confusion.

 

Viscosity Classifications

Kinematic viscosity
Viscosity Index (VI)
ISO 3448 Viscosity classification
AGMA 9005-D94 Viscosity classification for gear oils
SAE J300 Automotive Viscosity classification, engine oils
SAE J306 Automotive Viscosity classification, gear oils
Comparative Viscosity Classifications

 

Calculators

(Absolute) Dynamic viscosity / temperature
Kinematic viscosity / temperature ASTM D341
Viscosity Index (VI)
Kinematic viscosity using T @ 40ºC and the Viscosity Index (VI)
Kinematic viscosity of a mixture of two base oils
Coaxial Cylinder viscometer
Dynamic viscosity / pressure sensitivity

In 1975, the International Standards Organization (ISO), in unison with American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE), British Standards Institute (BSI), and Deutsches Institute for Normung e. V. (DIN) settled upon an approach to minimize the confusion. It is known as the International Standards Organization Viscosity Grade, ISO VG.

 

Dynamic viscosity [mPa•s = cP]
The dynamic viscosity is the viscosity that relates shear stress τ and shear rate du/dz in a fluid, i.e. τ=η du/dz. The viscous shear stress τ is proportional to the shear rate, the dynamic viscosity η being the proportionality factor. So, thicker oils have a higher viscosity value causing relatively higher shear stresses at the same shear rate.
Dynamic viscosities are usually measured under high shear conditions, for example, the cone on plate or cylinder viscometer in which the viscous shear torque is measured between two cylinders.
With the viscosity known at two reference temperatures the viscosity can be calculated for intermediate temperatures with specific interpolation functions those from Reynolds or Vogel & Cameron.

 

Kinematic viscosity [mm2/s = cSt]
The kinematic viscosity is the quotient of the dynamic viscosity η and the fluid density ρ, ν=η/ρ. The physical principle of measurement is based on the rate at which a fluid flows under gravity through a capillary tube.
With the viscosity known at two reference temperatures the viscosity can be calculated for intermediate temperatures using the interpolation function of Ubbelohde - Walther, which is adopted by ASTM D341.

 

Viscosity Index ISO 2909 / ASTM D2270-226
In many cases the temperature dependency is expressed in the Viscosity Index standardized by ISO 2909 / ASTM D2270-226.

 

ISO 3448 Viscosity classification
The ISO viscosity classification is recommended for industrial applications. The reference temperature of 40 °C represents the operating temperature in machinery. Each subsequent Viscosity grade (VG) within the classification has approximately a 50% higher viscosity, whereas the minimum en maximum values of each grade ranges ±10% from the mid point. For example, ISO VG 22 refers to a viscosity grade of 22 cSt ± 10% at 40°C. The viscosity at different temperatures can be calculated using the viscosity at 40°C and the viscosity index (VI), which represents the temperature dependency of the lubricant.

 

ISO 3448
Viscosity class

Kinematic viscosity at 40°C
[mm2/s = cSt]

Mid-point
Minimum
Maximum

ISO VG 2

2.2
1.98
2.42

ISO VG 3

3.2
2.88
3.52

ISO VG 5

4.6
4.14
5.06

ISO VG 7

6.8
6.12
7.48

ISO VG 10

10
9.0
11.0

ISO VG 15

15
13.5
16.5

ISO VG 22

22
19.8
24.2

ISO VG 32

32
28.8
35.2

ISO VG 46

46
41.4
50.6

ISO VG 68

68
61.2
74.8

ISO VG 100

100*
90
110

ISO VG 150

150
135
165

ISO VG 220

220
198
242

ISO VG 320

320
288
352

ISO VG 460

460
414
506

ISO VG 680

680
612
748

ISO VG 1000

1000
900
1100

ISO VG 1500

1500
1350
1650

 

AGMA 9005-D94 Viscosity classification for gear oils

 

AGMA lubricant no.

viscosity
mPa.s at 40°C

Equivalent ISO viscosity class
(ISO 2448)

EP gear oils
AGMA

min
max
lub. no.
0
28.8
35.2
32
 
1
41.4
50.6
46
 
2
61.2
74.8
68
2 EP
3
90
110
100
3 EP
4
135
165
150
4 EP
5
198
242
220
5 EP
6
288
352
320
6 EP
7C 1)
414
506
460
7 EP
8C 1)
612
748
680
8 EP
8AC 1)
900
1100
1000
8 A EP

 

SAE Viscosity Grades for Engine Oils1 — SAE J300 Dec 99
The actual viscosity grade of a lubricant is determined by the Society of Automotive Engineers, for example
SAE 15W-40 for a multigrade oil and SAE-40 for a monograde oil. The first number (15W) refers to the viscosity grade at low temperatures (W from winter), whereas the second number (40) refers to the viscosity grade at high temperature.

 

Automotive Lubricant Viscosity Grades1
Engine Oils – SAE J 300, Dec. 1999

SAE
Low Temperature Viscosities
High-Temperature Viscosities

Viscosity
Grade

Cranking2 (mPa.s)
max at temp °C

Pumping3 (mPa.s)
max at temp °C

Kinematic4
(mm2/s)
at 100°C

High Shear5 Rate (mPa.s)
at 150°C, 10/s

 
 
 
 min  
max
min
0W
6200 at -35
60 000 at -40
3.8
5W
6600 at -30
60 000 at -35
3.8
10W
7000 at -25
60 000 at -30
4.1
15W
7000 at -20
60 000 at -25
5.6
20W
9500 at -15
60 000 at -20
5.6
25W
13 000 at -10
60 000 at -15
9.3
20
5.6
<9.3
2.6
30
9.3
<12.5
2.9
40
12.5
<16.3
2.96
40
12.5
<16.3
3.77
50
16.3
<21.9
3.7
60
21.9
<26.1
3.7

 

1 All values are critical specifications as defined by ASTM D3244
2 ASTM D5293
3 ASTM D4684. Note that the presence of any yield stress detectable by this method constitutes a failure regardless of viscosity. 4 ASTM D445
5 ASTM D4683, CEC L-36-A-90 (ASTM D 4741) or ASTM DS481
6 0W-40, 5W-40 & 10W-40 grades
7 15W-40, 20W-40, 25W-40 & 40 grades 

 

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BMW Motor oils specifications

BMW Motor oils specifications

BMW Longlife-98
Special long-life engine oil, approved by BMW. Also meets ACEA A3/B3, API SJ/CD, EC SAE 5W-40. Usually required for BMWs manufactured before MY 2002.

BMW Longlife-01
Special BMW approval for fully synthetic long-life oil. Product meets ACEA A3/B3 and API: SJ/CD EC-II. Usually required for BMWs built after MY 2002. Can also be used where a BMW Longlife-98 oil is recommended.

BMW Longlife-04
Special BMW approval for fully synthetic long-life oil. Viscosities are SAE 0W-30, 0W-40, 5W-30 and 5W-40. Usually required for BMWs equipped with a diesel particulate filter (DPF). Can also be used where a BMW Longlife-98 or BMW Longlife-01 oil is recommended.
 



 

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FIAT Motor oils specifications

FIAT oil specifications

These qualifications define the characteristics to be complied with by the lubricants used in engines with Otto and Diesel cycle for the first time of filling and during service. The standard is formed of a series of tests in the laboratory and on the engine to assess the performance level of lubricants. The laboratory tests qualify the lubricant evaluating the viscosity, cold yield value, tendency to produce foam, corrosion on copper reed, behaviour with rubbers and resistance to oxidisation. The engine tests assess the performance levels of lubricants in terms of sticking rings, deposits on pistons, wear and also oil consumption of certain diesel and petrol engines which are the most representative of Fiat Auto’s most advanced technologies.

Fiat 9.55535-G1
Qualification for gasoline engine lubricants granting fuel economy and extended drain.

Fiat 9.55535-G2
Qualification for gasoline engine lubricants with standard characteristics.

Fiat 9.55535-H2
Qualification for gasoline engine lubricants, granting high performances and high viscosity at high temperatures. OEM recommended product also meets API: SM, ACEA A3-04/B3-04.

Fiat 9.55535-H3
Qualification for gasoline engine lubricants granting very high performances.

Fiat 9.55535-D2
Qualification for Diesel engine lubricants with standard characteristics.

Fiat 9.55535-M2
Qualification for lubricants with extended drain. OEM recommended product also meets ACEA B3-04/B4-04, GM-LL-B-025.

Fiat 9.55535-N2
Qualification for lubricants with a very good characteristics for turbocharged engines, Diesel and gasoline, with extended drain. Minimum requirement is ACEA A3/B4-04.

Fiat 9.55535-S1
Qualification for Diesel and gasoline engine, with exhaust treatment system, lubricants, granting fuel economy and extended drain. OEM recommended product is also approved to ACEA C2.

Fiat 9.55535-S2
Qualification for Diesel and gasoline engine, with exhaust treatment system, lubricants, with extended drain. OEM recommended product also meets: ACEA C3-04, MB 229.51 and API: SM/CF.



 

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FORD oils specifications

Ford Motor oils

Ford M2C913-A
Engine oil, Initial and service fill, SAE 5W-30. This specification meets the ILSAC GF-2 and ACEA A1-98 and B1-98 and additional Ford requirements.

Ford M2C913-B
The Ford M2C913-B specification is released in Europe for initial fill engine oils used for lubrication of spark ignition engines using gasoline and for compression ignition engines using diesel fuels. The specification is also used to define engine oils for servicing Ford engines where applicable. The oil shall meet all the requirements of the ILSAC GF-2 and GF-3 specification, the ACEA A1-98 and B1-98 specification and additional Ford requirements.

Ford M2C913-C
Fully backwards compatible and is strongly recommended for all applications that currently require the specification Ford M2C913-B. The new engine oil provides various benefits to the customer such as improved fuel economy benefits and high robustness to biodiesel fuels.

Ford M2C917-A
Viscosity SAE 5W40 engine oil for pump injector diesel engines.

Ford M2C934-A
Extended drain engine oil for vehicles equipped with diesel particulate filter (DPF).


Manual transmission fluids

Ford 8U7J-19G518-BA
Special gear oil for Ford Kuga's transferbox.

Ford 8U7J-8708687-AA
Special gear oil for Haldex clutches.

Ford M2C104-A
SAE 90 mechanical gear oil with EP additive and friction modifier.

Ford M2C175-A
API GL-4 grade, SAE 80W90 gear oil for Ford Type N transmissions made before 1990.

Ford M2C186-A
Friction modified transmission oil for Ford MT75 transmissions.

Ford M2C192-A
SAE 75W140 grade hypoid gear oil for regular and limited slip rear differentials.

Ford M2C192-A + M2C118-A
Synthetic hypoid gear oil with friction modifier.

Ford M2C197-A
Hypoid differential oil with EP properties.

Ford M2C197-A + M2C118-A
Special formula Trac-Lok for rear axles.

Ford M2C200-B
Synthetic, SAE 75W90 grade, API GL-4 or GL-5 level hypoid gear oil with extreme pressure (EP) properties.

Ford M2C200-C
Polyalphaolefine (PAO) based, synthetic gear oils.

Ford M2C200-D
Polyalphaolefine (PAO) based, synthetic gear oil with viscosity modifier and extreme pressure (EP) additive.

Ford M2C201-A
Thermally stable hypoid gear oil for front differentials. Meets MIL-L-2105D and API GL-5.

Ford M2C918-A
SAE 75W90 grade synthetic gear oil for rear differentials.

Ford M2C94-A
SAE 80W90 or 80W grade multifunction hypoid gear oil. Meets API GL-5 and MIL-L-2105C.

Ford N052145 VX00
VW G 052 145 equivalent Ford specification. Fully synthetic, meets API GL-4 and SAE 75W90.
 

Automatic transmission fluids

Ford Mercon
Automatic transmission fluid specification for use in Ford automatic transmissions.

Forc Mercon V
Ford Mercon V specification. An automatic transmission fluid with improved protection against rust, corrosion, deposits and wear. It improves low-temperature shifting and guards against transmission shudder. Mercon V is fully backwards compatible with Mercon.

 

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GM - General Motors oils specifications

GM - General Motors specifications

GM-LL-A-025
Special GM approval for long-life engine oil for gasoline engines. Viscosity is SAE 0W-30. Product meets ACEA A3/B3. Drain interval can be as long as 30 000 kms.

GM-LL-B-025
Special GM approval for long-life engine oil for diesel engines. Viscosity is SAE 5W-40. Product meets ACEA A3/B3/B4. Drain interval can be as long as 50 000 kms.

ATF - Automatic Transmissions Fluids

Dexron Type A, Suffix A
Specification introduced in 1957. It requires the oil to meet certain limits regarding its kinematic viscosity.

Dexron IID
General Motors Dexron®-IID Specification. ATF issued in 1975. Contained ATF cooler corrosion requirements not listed in Dexron® - II.

Dexron IIE
General Motors Specification Dexron®-IIE. ATF issued in 1991 requiring improved low temperature performance compared to Dexron®-IID, 20 000 cP at minus 40 °C.

Dexron IIIF
GM specification for Automatic transmission oil introduced in 1994. Successor of Dexron IID and IIE.


Dexron IIIG
Successor of Dexron III(F) automatic transmission fluid. This has the same low temperature characteristics as Dexron IIE, but with modifications to anti-oxidancy and friction material. Introduced in 1997.
 

Dexron IIIH
Dexron III licence H was introduced in June 2003 to replace the Dexron III G fluid. It has an oxidatively stable base oil (group 2 or group 3). Oils according to this specification have longer maintenance of friction properties and anti-shrudder properties, better foam control and a longer fluid life.

Dexron VI
Specification introduced in 2005 to replace Dexron IIIH. This specification requires better stay-in-grade properties, oxidative stability and anti-foam characteristics. Oils meeting this specification can be used with extended drain intervals and are energy conserving.



 

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MB - Mercedes Benz oils specifications

MB - Mercedes Oil specifications

The name of the MB specifications derives from the Mercedes Bluebook scheme, divided by numbered paragraphs and pages. It is used by dealers to identify the products certified by the manufacturer and their correct application on the engines.

MB 229.1
For petrol and diesel engines. Minimum quality required ACEA A2/B2 with additional limits on engine.

MB 229.3
For petrol and diesel engines. Minimum quality required ACEA A3 / B3 / B4 and MB 229.1. It can only certify 0/ 5 W-x oils.

MB 229.31
Multigrade, low SPAsh engine oil, advised for both diesel and petrol engines of Mercedes Benz, Smart and Chrysler. Only low viscosity engine oils which can realize a 1,0% saving on used fuel in the M111 Fuel economy test (CEC L-54-T-96) can get this approval. In this test the fuel savings are compared to the performance of the Reference oil RL 191 (SAE 15W-40).

MB 229.5
MB sheet for energy conserving oils for certain car and van engines. Approved oils must meet ACEA A3, B3 and B4 specification and some additional demands by Daimler Chrysler AG. Oil must be on the approval list.

MB 229.51
Low SAPS Long Life engine oil for diesel engines with particle filter meeting emission EU-4 -> standards. 



 

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PSA Group - Peugeot and Citroen oils specifications

PSA Group - Peugeot and Citroen oils specifications

The French PSA group issued a set of oil specifications in 2009 in order to exercise greater control over the motor oils used in their vehicles. All specifications are based on ACEA specs but also require further conditions to be met.

PSA B71 2290
Peugeot/Citroën engine oil specification introduced in 2009. B71 2290 is a low-SAPS oil intended for engines with diesel particulate filters and with Euro 5 emission standards. General specifications are: ACEA C2 or C3 with additional PSA tests.

PSA B71 2294
Peugeot/Citroën engine oil specification introduced in 2009. Main specification: ACEA A3/B4 with additional PSA tests.

PSA B71 2295
Peugeot/Citroën engine oil standard for engine before MY 1998. General specification: ACEA A2/B2.

PSA B71 2296
Peugeot/Citroën engine oil specification introduced in 2009. General specifications: ACEA A3/B4 + additional PSA tests.
 


PSA Gear oils

PSA B71 2330
API GL-4 level gear oils with SAE 75W80 viscosity. Suitable for transaxles.

PSA 9730 A8
Special gear oil for the C550 transmissions used in Citroen C1 and Peugeot 107.

PSA B71 2315
API GL-4 level, SAE 75W80 viscosity gear oil made of API Group III base oils.

 

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RENAULT oils specifications

Renault oils specifications

Renault RN0700
Renault engine oil specification; introduced in 2007 upon introduction of the Laguna III. General requirements: ACEA A3/B4 or ACEA A5/B5.

Renault RN0710
Renault engine oil specification; introduced in 2007 upon introduction of the Laguna III. General requirements: ACEA A3/B4 + additional Renault demands.

Renault RN 0720
Renault engine oil specification; introduced in 2007 upon introduction of the Laguna III. General requirements: ACEA C3 + additional Renault demands. RN0720 is designed for use in the latest generation diesel engines equipped with DPF.
 

 

Gear Oils
Tranself NFJ (aka Tranself TRJ)
API GL-5 level mechanical gear oil for Renault J series transmissions built with bronze synchronizer rings.

Tranself NFP (aka Tranself TRX)
API GL-5 level, high performance gear oils for heavy duty transmissions. Excellent shear stability and anti-foam properties.

Tranself TRP
API GL-5 level mechanical gear oil for Renault PK6 series transmissions built with bronze synchronizer rings.

Tranself TRT
API GL-5 level mechanical gear oil for Renault JR5 series transmissions built with bronze synchronizer rings.

 

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VOLKSWAGEN oils specifications

Volkswagen oil specifications
Volkswagen introduced its own specifications in mid '90s. Since then this classification system is the starting point for selecting the technically suitable products for all vehicles manufactured by the VW group (Volkswagen, Audi, Seat, Skoda).


Volkswagen motor oil specifications

VW 500.00
Volkswagen specification for multigrade engine oils for gasoline engines with SAE 5W-X/10W-X viscosity. This is an "old" oil specification and is applicable to engines built before model year 2000 (up to August 1999). Oils with an approval made post March 1997 were given an alternative, later VW specification.

VW 501.01
Conventional motor oils suitable for some VW engines built before MY 2000. This is an “old” oil specification and is applicable to engines built before model year 2000 (up to August 1999). Oils with an approval made post March 1997 were given an alternative, later VW specification.

VW 502.00
Oil for gasoline engines. Successor of VW 501.01 and VW 500.00 specification. Recommended for those which are subject to arduous conditions. It must not be used for any engines with variable service intervals or any which are referred to under other specifications.

VW 503.00
Long-life gasoline engine oil for VW cars with WIV (system for longer service intervals). Also meets ACEA A1, SAE 0W-30 or 5W-30 specification.

VW 503.01
This specification is specifically for Audi RS4, Audi TT, S3 and Audi A8 6.0 V12 models with outputs of more than 180bhp, running with variable service intervals (30,000km or 2 years). Now superceeded by the VW 504.00 specification.

VW 504.00
The VW 504 00 specification superceedes the VW 503 00 and VW 503.01 specifications. VW 504 00 oils are suitable for engines meeting the demands of Euro IV emissions standards.

VW 505.00
Passenger car diesel engine oil specification, minimum performance level CCMC PD-2. Lists viscosities SAE 5W-50, 10W-50/60, 15W-40/50, 20W-40/50 requiring 13% max. evaporation loss and SAE 5W-30/40, 10W-30/40 requiring 15% max. evaporation loss.

VW 505.01
Special engine oil for VW turbodiesel engines with pump-injector-unit and for the V8 Commonrail turbodiesel engines. Meets ACEA B4 SAE 5W-40 specification.

VW 506.00
These oils are suitable for diesel engines with extended service intervals of up to 50,000km / 2 years. Not for use on engines with a single injector pump. Oil change is indicated by the electronic service indicator. Viscosity is SAE 0W30.

VW 506.01
These oils are especially for "Pumpe-Düse" (unit injector or "PD" engines) running on extended service intervals (30,000 - 50,000km / 24 months). Oil change is indicated by the electronic service indicator.

VW 507.00
Low SAPS oils suitable for Euro 4 engines and almost all VAG diesel engines from 2000 onwards with extended service intervals, unitary injector pumps and also Pumpe-Düse ("PD") engines. Excludes V10, R5 engines and VW Commercial vehicles without fitted DPF (diesel particulate filters) – these must use a 506 01 specification oil.

VW 508.00
This standard is not yet released. It will probably require a low SAPS oil with energy conserving properties.
 

Explanation of VW Group oil specifications:
VW 505.00 – for all turbo and non turbo diesel VW engines with simple injectors, without a particulate filter, fixed mileage of 15 000 km.
VW 505.01 – covers 505.00, for all turbo and non turbo diesel VW engines with pump-injectors, without a particulate filter, fixed mileage of 15 000 km.
VW 506.00 – covers 505.00, for all turbo and non turbo diesel VW engines with simple injectors, without a particulate filter, variable mileage up to 30 000 km.
VW 506.01 – covers 505.00, 505.01, 506.00, for all turbo and non turbo diesel VW engines with pump-injectors, without a particulate filter, variable mileage up to 30 000 km.
VW 507.00 – covers all the above mentioned VW specifications (except for R5 and V10 TDI engines), for all turbo and non turbo diesel VW engines with pump-injectors, with and without a particulate filter, variable mileage up to 30 000 km.




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FDA, USDA, NFS, HACCP, Food Machinery Lubrication - Glossary of terms

FDA - Food and Drug Administration.
The FDA is part of the U.S. Government and among other activities establishes the requirements for the food, cosmetics and drug industries, including in the former’s case, incidental contact lubricants or lubricants designed for use in food machinery. FDA compliance and claims are made through self-certification by the company marketing the lubricant. The FDA regulates substances added to food or in contact with food as food additives.

Food Additives
Any substance in which the intended use results or may reasonably be expected to result, directly or indirectly, in it becoming a component or otherwise affecting the characteristic of any food.
Direct Additive
Added to food for a functional effect or used to process food (21 CFR Parts 172-173).
Indirect Additive
Used in food contact applications and may migrate into food (21 CFR Parts 175-178).

FDA CFR 178.3570
This is the self certification process to meet the FDA requirements for a lubricant for 'incidental food contact'.
This is not for lubricants directly in contact with food (such as mould release oils for bread making) but for those
lubricants that could potentially leak into and onto the food material. Products that comply should be formulated from materials identified in the FDA 21 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) or from the 'GRAS list' ie components that
are Generally Recognised As Safe.
 

USDA - United States Department of Agriculture.
The USDA was the original body that issued official authorisation to formulations and 'products for incidental contact' by review against the FDA requirements. If compliance was shown, the (USDA) H1 category was awarded to the lubricant. In 1998 however the USDA authorisation program was abandoned and the H1 approval process was transferred to the NSF as long as the company had been registered. Hence, as long as the transfer process was completed during the early 2000s, valid H1 registrations came under the auspices of the NSF.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) created the original food-grade designations H1, H2 and H3. The approval of a new lubricant and its registration in one of these categories depends on the list of the ingredients.

H1 lubricants are food-grade lubricants used in food-processing environments where there is the possibility of incidental food contact.
H2 lubricants are food-grade lubricants used on equipment and machine parts in locations where there is no possibility of contact.
H3 lubricants are food-grade lubricants, typically edible oils, used to prevent rust on hooks, trolleys and similar equipment.

Know the difference between H1 and H2 lubricants?
In food processing plants, it's important that operations and maintenance managers understand the difference between H1 and H2 lubricants. H1 lubricants are suitable for incidental, technically unavoidable contact with a food product. These lubricants may be safely used for handling, canning, bottling, blending, chilling, cooking, cutting, slicing and peeling, on machinery components such as pumps, mixers, gearboxes, chain drives and conveyor belts. H1 lubricants may be used above the line. H2 lubricants are suitable for use in food processing applications, provided that contact with the food product is absolutely impossible. H2 lubricants may be used below the line.

NFS - National Sanitation Foundation.
The NSF is a US based, not-for-profit, non governmental organization that provides standards development,
product registrations, product certifications and riskmanagement services for public health and safety. It identifies the needs of the public and industry to generate and manage a list of Proprietary Substances and Non Food Compounds, which lubricants are included.


NSF H1 Registered Lubricants.
NSF H1 lubricants are in practice potential 'indirect food additives' as they may have incidental contact with food
due to leaks, spillages or faults in the equipment. The NSF has established a list of H1 registered lubricants based on review of the lubricant suppliers’ data against the requirements of the FDA and prior USDA reviews. It
registers these products once they have confirmed the material is in compliance with the FDA/GRAS listings and
places them on their web-site for public access under the On-Line book.
 

HACCP - Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points.
Developed by NASA in the 1960s to help protect astronauts, HACCP is a systematic, scientific based process system to identify, evaluate and manage food safety hazards in processing, packaging and transportation and helps identify ways to control or prevent them to ensure food production is safe. It identifies many aspects of food safety including contaminations with non food stuffs, bacterial control and risk identification. HACCP has become an important tool globally for regulators, customers and recipients.
 

Kosher
Kosher foods are those that conform to Jewish dietary law. Certain animal species are allowed such as cattle, sheep, poultry and fish whereas pigs and shellfish are not. Foods that contain no dairy or meat content are known as Parve, examples being most drinks, all fruit and simple raw vegetables. The assessment of the manufacture and suitability of a lubricant that confirms to Kosher is made on the formulation and manufacturing procedure through a technical and religious certification process. The formulation is assessed on its basic ingredients and the manufacturing facility is audited on a regular basis to assess the risk of contamination by non Kosher materials.
 

Halal
Halal is an Arabic term meaning 'permissible'. In English it frequently refers to food that is permissible according to Islamic law. A variety of substances are considered forbidden which includes pork and pig based products, blood and all intoxicants, including alcohol. The assessment of whether a lubricant is suitable for Halal is very similar to that for Kosher. The ingredients of the oil or grease are reviewed technically and the manufacturing facility audited for its internal quality processes and potential crosscontamination. Certificates of conformity are normally issued.
 

ISO 22000
The ISO 22000 standard - Food Safety Management Systems - integrates the HACCP principles, system management and interactive communication between organisations in the food supply chain. ISO 22000 specifies the requirements needed for food safety management for each organisation in the food chain to ensure the final food is safe for human consumption.
 

Additional information, please refer to the sources:
www.fda.gov  
www.nsf.org  
www.usda.gov  


 

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Food Grade Product Areas and Food Grade Lubricant Applications

What is a Food Grade Lubricant?
Food-grade lubricants must perform the same technical functions as any other lubricant: provide protection against wear, friction, corrosion and oxidation, dissipate heat and transfer power, be compatible with rubber and other sealing materials, as well as provide a sealing effect in some cases. In addition, different applications within the food and drugs business demand that lubricants resist degradation from food products, chemicals and water, steam, must exhibit a neutral behavior toward plastics and elastomers, and have the ability to dissolve sugars. These oils must also comply with food, health and safety regulations, as well as be physiologically inert, tasteless and internationally approved.
Lubricants can be subjected to intense environmental contaminants. A corn-milling environment generates significant dust. Although not as hard as silica-based dust, it still presents a problem for filtration. A meat plant requires stringent steam cleaning at all times, so the risk of water contamination is high. Some plants experience as much as 15 percent by volume of water in their gear oils. Another aspect of lubrication contamination that poses a risk to food-grade lubricants is the growth of microorganisms such as bacteria, yeast and fungi. While these can be a risk in industrial environments, the opportunity for contamination in the food-production environment is even greater.

Food grade Product Areas
High temperature food grade lubricants
Food grade water resistant greases
Food grade compressor oils
Food grade vacuum pump oils
Food grade hydraulic oils
Food grade gearbox oils

Food Grade Lubricant Applications
Food grade lubricants for bearings
Food grade bearing greases
Food grade lubricants for chains
note: Food grade chain lubricants for chains in food processing are subjected to a very high level of cleaning and washing down with water.
Food grade lubricants for conveyors
note: Food grade lubricants used on conveyors in food processing are subjected to a very high level of cleaning and washing down with water.
Food grade lubricants for dryers
note: Food grade lubricants for use in dryers and ovens have to be able to stand long periods of high temperature and not produce any smoke.
Food grade lubricants for ovens
note: all food grade lubricants for ovens need to be able to operate at high temperature and not produce any smoke or hard deposits.
Food grade lubricants for roasting fans
note: Food grade bearing greases for use on hot roasting fans have to withstand very high temperatures and not produce any smoke or burnt deposits.
Food grade lubricants for bottling machinery
note: Lubricants for bottle filling and capping machines require lubricants that form a very adhesive lubricating film with a low tendency to evaporation, and high resistance to hot and cold water and detergents.
Food grade lubricants for packaging machinery
note: Food grade lubricants for packaging machinery that will contain food or beverages must now be produced on machines and equipment that use approved NSF (USDA-H1) lubricants.
Food grade lubricants for washing machinery
note: Food grade lubricants for bottle, crate and keg washing machines must form a very adhesive lubricating film with a low tendency to evaporation and emulsification coupled with very high resistance to hot and cold water and detergents.
Food grade lubricants for injection moldings
note: Plastic packaging that contains food or beverages must now be produced on machines and equipment that use approved NSF (USDA-H1) lubricants.

 

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Base Oil Groups, API Base Oil Definitions

Base Oil groups
The American Petroleum Institute (API) designates several types of lubricant base oil:

Group I – Saturates <90% and/or sulfur >0.03%, and Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) viscosity index (VI) of 80 to 120
Manufactured by solvent extraction, solvent or catalytic dewaxing, and hydro-finishing processes. Common Group I base oil are 150SN (solvent neutral), 500SN, and 150BS (brightstock)

Group II – Saturates over 90% and sulfur under 0.03%, and SAE viscosity index of 80 to 120
Manufactured by hydrocracking and solvent or catalytic dewaxing processes. Group II base oil has superior anti-oxidation properties since virtually all hydrocarbon molecules are saturated. It has water-white color.

Group III – Saturates > 90%, sulfur <0.03%, and SAE viscosity index over 120
Manufactured by special processes such as isohydromerization. Can be manufactured from base oil or slax wax from dewaxing process.

Group IV – Polyalphaolefins (PAO)

Group V – All others not included above such as naphthenics, PAG, Esters.
In North America, Groups III, IV and V are now described as synthetic lubricants, with group III frequently described as synthesised hydrocarbons, or SHCs. In Europe, only Groups IV and V may be classed as synthetics.

The lubricant industry commonly extends this group terminology to include:
Group I+ with a Viscosity Index of 103–108
Group II+ with a Viscosity Index of 113–119
Group III+ with a Viscosity Index of at least 140

Can also be classified into three categories depending on the prevailing compositions:
Paraffinic
Naphthenic
Aromatic

Lubricants for internal combustion engines contain additives to reduce oxidation and improve lubrication. The main constituent of such lubricant product is called the base oil, base stock. While it is advantageous to have a high-grade base oil in a lubricant, proper selection of the lubricant additives is equally as important. Typically lubricants contain 90% base oil and appr.10% lubricants additives.

Base stocks
Base oils have variety of several different names: Neutrals (100 N, 150 N, 600 N, …), Bright Stocks, grades (with regard to their finished lubricant: SAE 5, 10…; or standard tests: ISO 22, 32,...). The most common names are for Group I (SN: Solvent Neutral, example SN 100, SN 150, SN 500), for Group II (N: Neutrals) and Group III grade names refer to the viscosity (4cst, 6cst, 8cst …) at 100°C. Grade names can also refer to trademarks.

 

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DIN classification system for lubricants and greases

The DIN classification system for lubricants and greases.

DIN 51524 hydraulic oils.
Hydraulic oils do not have uniform quality and viscosity classifications. Practically every manufacturer of hydraulic systems and equipment defines special requirements for oil.
The most common standards are DIN (Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V.) standard and ISO VG (Viscosity Grade).

The most common hydraulic oils classifications and specifications:
DIN 51524 HVLP – lubricants have additives that protect from corrosion, oxidation and wear, plus additives increasing their Viscosity Index (VI >140, pressure >100 bar). They are intended for universal application, however the biggest advantage is provided when used in external hydraulic systems.
DIN 51524 HLP – lubricants have additives from corrosion, oxidation and wearing (VI >80-100, pressure >100bar). They are intended for universal application and they are recommended for use in internal hydraulic systems.
DIN 51524 HL ‒ lubricants have additives protecting from corrosion and oxidation (VG >80-100, pressure >100bar). They are recommended for use in low pressure internal hydraulic systems.

ISO 6743-4 classification for hydraulic oils:
ISO – L – HH – Mineral lubricants without corrosion inhibitors
ISO – L – HL – Lubricants HH with oxidation-reduction and anticorrosive additives
ISO – L – HM – HL lubricants with wear reducing additives
ISO – L – HR – HL lubricants with a high viscosity index
ISO – L – HV – HM lubricants with a high viscosity index
ISO – L – HG – HM lubricants with shock resistant features
ISO – L – HS – Synthetic liquids

ISO 6743-4 classification for fireproof, fire resistance hydraulic liquids:
ISO – L – HFAE – Emulsion, oil-in-water
ISO – L – HFAS – Chemical combinations in water
ISO – L – HFB – Emulsion, water-in-oil
ISO – L – HFC – Water / glycol
ISO – L – HFDR – Phosphorus esters – without water
ISO – L – HFDS – Chlorinated hydrocarbons – without water
ISO – L – HFDT – HFDR / HFDS mixtures
ISO – L – HFDU – Anhydrous liquids, more resistant than HFDR, HFDS or HFDT

ISO 6743-4 classification for biodegradable hydraulic liquids:
ISO – L – HETG – Triglycerides (vegetable oils)
ISO – L – HEES – Synthetic esters
ISO – L – HEPG – Polyglycols

DIN 51506 classifications for air compressors lubricants.
The most common are following specifications:
DIN 51506 VDL - lubricants with additives that protect from corrosion and oxidation and air compression temperatures up to 220°C; recommended for compressors with two stage air compression.
DIN 51506 VCL - lubricants have additives that protect from corrosion and oxidation and air compression temperatures up to 160°C.
DIN 51506 VBL - lubricants have additives that protect from corrosion and oxidation and air compression temperatures up to 140°C.
 

DIN 51515 classifications for turbine oils and lubricants.
The most common are following specifications:
DIN 51515-2 L-TG – lubricants recommended for use at higher temperatures than usual.
DIN 51515-1L-TD – lubricants recommended for use in normal temperature ranges.
 

DIN 51517 classifications for reducer lubricants.
The most common are as follows:
DIN 51517 CGLP – lubricants have additives that protect from corrosion, oxidation and wear in mixed friction locations and additives improving the surface friction characteristics.
DIN 51517-3 CLP – lubricants have additives that protect from corrosion, oxidation and wear in mixed friction locations.
DIN 51517-2 CL – lubricants have additives that protect from corrosion and oxidation, and are suitable for medium load conditions.

DIN 51503 classifications of refrigeration compressor lubricants.
The most common are as follows:
DIN 51503 KA – lubricants suitable for refrigeration systems with ammonia.
DIN 51503 KC – lubricants suitable for refrigeration systems with chlorinated chloroflourocarbons.

DIN 51825 classifications for plastic greases.
The most common are as follows:
DIN 51825 K – grease made from high viscosity mineral and/or synthetic oil with a thickener.
DIN 51825 KP-K – grease made from additional additives that reduce friction and protect against wear in mixed friction locations. DIN 51825 KF – K grease with additional hard additives (graphite, molybdenum disulfide).
DIN 51825 KPF – K grease with additional additives that reduce friction and protect against wear in mixed friction locations, plus additional hard additives (graphite, molybdenum disulfide).

 

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Classification of greases by NLGI consistency number

Classification of greases by NLGI consistency number
A measure of the stiffness of a grease. The consistency is classified according to a scale developed by the NLGI (National Lubricating Grease Institute). This is based on the degree of penetration achieved by allowing a standard cone to sink into the grease at a temperature of 25 °C for a period of five seconds. The depth of penetration is measured on a scale of 10-1 mm and the softer greases allow the cone to penetrate further into the grease, hence the higher penetration number. The test method is in accordance to DIN ISO 2137.

Grease consistency and penetration

NLGI number                           ASTM worked penetration (10-1 mm)               Appearance at room temperature
000                                              445 - 475                                                                   very fluid
00                                                400 - 430                                                                   fluid
0                                                  355 - 385                                                                   semi-fluid
1                                                  310 - 340                                                                   very soft
2                                                  265 - 295                                                                   soft
3                                                  220 - 250                                                                   medium hard
4                                                  175 - 205                                                                   hard
5                                                  130 - 160                                                                   very hard
6                                                    85 - 115                                                                   extremely hard  


Soap Thickened Greases
Aluminum Soap Grease
Hydrated Calcium Soap Grease
Anhydrous Calcium Grease
Sodium Soap Grease
Lithium Soap Grease
Soap Complexes
Aluminum Complex Grease
Calcium Complex Grease
Barium Complex Grease
Lithium complex Grease
Nonsoap Greases
Organo-clay Grease
Polyurea Grease
Polyurea Complex Grease

 

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Lubricant coding comparison - DIN, ISO 6743 & GM LS-2

Alphabetically Arranged by DIN Code

DIN CODE*

ISO 6743

CODE

GM

LS-2 CODE

DESCRIPTION**

AN

AB (wire rope or

open gear)

LB

General Purpose Oil, press oil

AW (press oil)

B

FD

LLS

Spindle Oil

CG

G

LW

Way lubricants

CL

CKB

-

R&O Oils

CLP

CKC (mineral oil)

LR-XX-1

Gear oil with EP

CKD (mineral oil)

CLP HC

CKC (synthetic oil)

LR-XX-3

Synthetic Gear Oil with EP

CKD (synthetic oil)

CLP

CKE

LR-XX-2

Worm Gear Oil with EP or lubricity

Z

Worm Gear Oil with lubricity

D

P

LA

Air-cylinder/valve/tool oils

G

X

LG

Greases for closed gears

GKA, GKC

DR series

-

Refrigeration compressor oil

HLP

HM

LH-

Antiwear hydraulic oil

HVLP

HV

High VI hydraulic oil

HFAS

HFAS

LF-00-5

FR High-water based hydraulic

HFB

HFB

LF-10-3

FR water-in oil hydraulic

HFC

HFC

LF-04-2

FR Water Glycol Hydraulic

HFDR

HFDR

LF-04-1

FR Phosphate ester hydraulic

HFDU

HFDU

LF-XX-4

FR Polyol ester hydraulic

K, KP, KF

X

LG-

Greases for roller, journal bearings (w/wo AW/EP w/wo solids)

M

Greases for Journal bearings, seals

OG

Greases for open gears

Q

U

-

Heat transfer oils

V (VBL,

VCL,VDL)

 D (compressors)

LJ-XX-1 (mineral)

LJ-XX-2 or 3 (synthetic)

Compressor (mineral or synthetic)

V, CL

T (turbines)

Turbine fluids (mineral or synthetic)

Z

CKE

LR-XX-2

Worm Gear Oil


*Abbreviations for organizations are as follows:
DIN = Deutsches Institut fur Normung
ISO = International Standards Organization
GM = General Motors Standard LS2
** FR = Fire Resistant

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ASTM Intoduction
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Analysis of Lubricants
Designation Title

D91 - 02(2012)
Standard Test Method for Precipitation Number of Lubricating Oils
D94 - 07(2012)
Standard Test Methods for Saponification Number of Petroleum Products
D189 - 06(2010)e1
Standard Test Method for Conradson Carbon Residue of Petroleum Products
D322 - 97(2012)
Standard Test Method for Gasoline Diluent in Used Gasoline Engine Oils by Distillation
D483 - 04(2009)e1
Standard Test Method for Unsulfonated Residue of Petroleum Plant Spray Oils
D524 - 10
Standard Test Method for Ramsbottom Carbon Residue of Petroleum Products
D565 - 99(2009)e1
Standard Test Method for Carbonizable Substances in White Mineral Oil
D664 - 11a
Standard Test Method for Acid Number of Petroleum Products by Potentiometric Titration
D892 - 11a
Standard Test Method for Foaming Characteristics of Lubricating Oils
D893 - 12
Standard Test Method for Insolubles in Used Lubricating Oils
D974 - 12
Standard Test Method for Acid and Base Number by Color-Indicator Titration
D1093 - 11
Standard Test Method for Acidity of Hydrocarbon Liquids and Their Distillation Residues
D2273 - 08
Standard Test Method for Trace Sediment in Lubricating Oils
D2896 - 11
Standard Test Method for Base Number of Petroleum Products by Potentiometric Perchloric Acid Titration
D2982 - 07
Standard Test Methods for Detecting Glycol-Base Antifreeze in Used Lubricating Oils
D3242 - 11
Standard Test Method for Acidity in Aviation Turbine Fuel
D3339 - 12
Standard Test Method for Acid Number of Petroleum Products by Semi-Micro Color Indicator Titration
D3607 - 08
Standard Test Method for Removing Volatile Contaminants from Used Engine Oils by Stripping
D4055 - 04(2009)
Standard Test Method for Pentane Insolubles by Membrane Filtration
D4530 - 11
Standard Test Method for Determination of Carbon Residue (Micro Method)
D4739 - 11
Standard Test Method for Base Number Determination by Potentiometric Hydrochloric Acid Titration
D5770 - 11
Standard Test Method for Semiquantitative Micro Determination of Acid Number of Lubricating Oils During Oxidation Testing
D5800 - 10
Standard Test Method for Evaporation Loss of Lubricating Oils by the Noack Method
D5984 - 11
Standard Test Method for Semi-Quantitative Field Test Method for Base Number in New and Used Lubricants by Color-Indicator Titration
D6082 - 12
Standard Test Method for High Temperature Foaming Characteristics of Lubricating Oils
D6375 - 09
Standard Test Method for Evaporation Loss of Lubricating Oils by Thermogravimetric Analyzer (TGA) Noack Method
D7317 - 07
Standard Test Method for Coagulated Pentane Insolubles in Used Lubricating Oils by Paper Filtration (LMOA Method)
D7579 - 09
Standard Test Method for Pyrolysis Solids Content in Pyrolysis Liquids by Filtration of Solids in Methanol


Automotive Gear Lubricants & Fluids
Designation Title
D5579 - 12
Standard Test Method for Evaluating the Thermal Stability of Manual Transmission Lubricants in a Cyclic Durability Test
D5662 - 12
Standard Test Method for Determining Automotive Gear Oil Compatibility with Typical Oil Seal Elastomers
D5704 - 12
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of the Thermal and Oxidative Stability of Lubricating Oils Used for Manual Transmissions and Final Drive Axles
D5760 - 09
Standard Specification for Performance of Manual Transmission Gear Lubricants
D6121 - 12
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Load-Carrying Capacity of Lubricants Under Conditions of Low Speed and High Torque Used for Final Hypoid Drive Axles
D7452 - 12
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of the Load Carrying Properties of Lubricants Used for Final Drive Axles, Under Conditions of High Speed and Shock Loading
D7603 - 10
Standard Test Method for Determination of Storage Stability and Compatibility in Automotive Gear Oils
 

Automotive Greases
Designation Title
D4950 - 08
Standard Classification and Specification of Automotive Service Greases


Automotive Lubricants
Designation Title
D4485 - 11c
Standard Specification for Performance of Active API Service Category Engine Oils
D4998 - 11
Standard Test Method for Evaluating Wear Characteristics of Tractor Hydraulic Fluids
D6794 - 10
Standard Test Method for Measuring the Effect on Filterability of Engine Oils After Treatment with Various Amounts of Water and a Long (6-h) Heating Time
D6795 - 10
Standard Test Method for Measuring the Effect on Filterability of Engine Oils After Treatment with Water and Dry Ice and a Short (30-min) Heating Time
D6891 - 10a
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Automotive Engine Oils in the Sequence IVA Spark-Ignition Engine
D6922 - 11
Standard Test Method for Determination of Homogeneity and Miscibility in Automotive Engine Oils
D6923 - 10a
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Engine Oils in a High Speed, Single-Cylinder Diesel Engine—Caterpillar 1R Test Procedure
D6975 - 04(2010)
Standard Test Method for Cummins M11 EGR Test
D6987 / D6987M - 11
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Diesel Engine Oils in T-10 Exhaust Gas Recirculation Diesel Engine
D7038 - 10
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Moisture Corrosion Resistance of Automotive Gear Lubricants
D7156 - 11
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Diesel Engine Oils in the T-11 Exhaust Gas Recirculation Diesel Engine
D7422 - 12
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Diesel Engine Oils in T-12 Exhaust Gas Recirculation Diesel Engine
D7450 - 08
Standard Specification for Performance of Rear Axle Gear Lubricants Intended for API Category GL-5 Service
D7468 - 11
Standard Test Method for Cummins ISM Test
D7484 - 11
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Automotive Engine Oils for Valve-Train Wear Performance in Cummins ISB Medium-Duty Diesel Engine
D7549 - 09
Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Heavy-Duty Engine Oils under High Output Conditions—Caterpillar C13 Test Procedure


Chemical and General Laboratory Tests
Designation Title
D128 - 98(2008)
Standard Test Methods for Analysis of Lubricating Grease
D1404 / D1404M - 99(2008)
Standard Test Method for Estimation of Deleterious Particles in Lubricating Grease
D4048 - 10
Standard Test Method for Detection of Copper Corrosion from Lubricating Grease
D4289 - 03(2008)
Standard Test Method for Elastomer Compatibility of Lubricating Greases and Fluids
D6185 - 11
Standard Practice for Evaluating Compatibility of Binary Mixtures of Lubricating Greases

 

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Guideline for storage of Lubrita transformer oil in drums

Lubrita transformer oils and handling.
Lubrita Trafo Univolta 13X (inhibited transformer oil) and Lubrita Trafo Univolta 13T (uninhibited transformer oil) are produced, stored and handled with the aim to achieve the best possible performance in transformers. It is of great importance to avoid contamination of polar compounds, water, mechanical impurities etc, to maintain the properties of the oil. Drums (empty or filled) are handled with care by Lubrita International in order to avoid damage, and contamination during transport, storage, drum filling, etc. All drums are stored indoors or under a roof on a flat, clean ground, protected from rain, snow, dirt and direct sunlight. If storage under a roof is not possible, drums are always stored upside down or in a horizontal position. Only new drums with Lubrita design and structure previously approved by Lubrita are used for transformer oils.
The oil passes through a special filter when filled into drums. Shrink wrapping may also be available upon request (increased cost). At the customer site the drums should be stored inside or under a roof on a flat, clean ground,
protected from dirt, rain, snow and direct sunlight. If storage under a roof is not possible, they shall be stored upside down or in a horizontal position. The shelf life will be affected by temperature changes so the drums must be kept as cool as possible during storage. If there is some oil remaining in a partly used drum it should be stored
on its side, protected as above, with the oil level above the bund. Special attention should be given to the rubber gasket around the bung when closing it as tightening it too hard will cause damage. It is not advisable to store half-emptied drums for long periods due to the risk of contamination. Unopened transformer oil drums, stored under above stated conditions and not damaged, are expected to be within specification for at least one year.
 

Guideline for storage of Lubrita transformer oil in drums

In case you have any further questions about this guideline or Lubrita Trafo Univolta products, transformer oils, please go to www.Lubrita.com  and contact your local sales distributor, representative or contact Lubrita technical service (info@Lubrita.com ).
*With respect to the facts and information available in this guideline, neither Lubrita International nor any of its employees, makes any warranty, express or implied, including any warranties of merchantability, non-infringement or fitness for a particular purpose, or assumes any liability or responsibility for the accuracy, validity, completeness, or usefulness of any facts or information, product, or process disclosed herein. These general guidelines shall under no circumstances form part of an agreement between reader and Lubrita International.

 

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Lubrita Oils and Lubricants product line, API, ACEA, ILSAC, ISO VG

Racing engine oils (REO)
Lubrita Racing Oil RSV-189 SAE 10W-60 A fully synthetic engine oil, designed for cars for race conditions
Lubrita Racing Oil RSV-170 SAE 0W-30 A fully synthetic engine oil, designed for cars for race conditions
Lubrita Racing Oil RSV-165 SAE 5W-40 A fully synthetic engine oil, designed for cars for race conditions
Lubrita Racing Oil RSV-164 SAE 10W-30 A fully synthetic engine oil, designed for cars for race conditions
Passenger vehicle engine oils (PVL, PCMO)
Lubrita Go Life FE SAE 0W-20 API SM/CF, ACEA A1/B1 (-48C)
Lubrita Go Life SAE 0W-30 API SM/CF, ACEA A3/B4 (-51C)
Lubrita Go Life SAE 0W-40 API SM/CF, ACEA A3/B4, (-46)
Lubrita Go Life SAE 5W-40 API SN/CF, ACEA A3, B3, B4, VW 502.00/505.00, MB 229.3, Porsche, BMW Longlife-01, RN700/RN710, PSA B71 2296, Opel GM-LL-B-25, (-30C)
Lubrita Eco Life C3 SAE 5W-20 API SN/CF, ACEA A3/B4/C3, (-39C)
Lubrita Eco Life C1 SAE 5W-30 ACEA C1, Ford WSS-M2C934-B, oil have the lowest SAPS limits and may be unsuitable in some engines, (-39C)
Lubrita Eco Life C2 SAE 5W-30 ACEA C2, Renault RN0700, PSA B71 2290, (-45C)
Lubrita Eco Life C4 SAE 5W-30 ACEA C4, Renault RN0720, (-39C)
Lubrita Eco Long Life OEM SAE 5W-30 VW 504.00/507.00, VW Longlife III, MB 229.51, BMW LL-04, Porsche C30, (-42C)
Lubrita Eco Life C3 DEXOS2 SAE 5W-30 ACEA C3, API SN, MB-Approval 229.51, VW 502.00/505.00/505.01, Dexos 2, BMW LL-04, (-36C)
Lubrita Eco Life C3 SAE 5W-40 API SN/CF, ACEA A3/B4/C3, VW 505.01, VW 502.00/505.00, MB-Approval 229.51, BMW LL-04, Ford M2C917-A, Porsche A40, (-42C)
Lubrita Special Life FE SAE 5W-20 Ford WSS-M2C948-B, API SN, ACEA A1/B1, (-36C)
Lubrita Special Long Life FE SAE 5W-30 Ford WSS-M2C913-D, (cover WSS A-B-C), API SL/CF, ACEA A1/B1, A5/B5, (-45C)
Lubrita Special Long Life GM SAE 5W-30 Opel GM-LL-A-025/B-025, API SL/CF, ACEA A3/B3, A3/B4, (-40C)
Lubrita Special Long Life V SAE 5W-30 VW 503.00/506.00/506.01, ACEA A1/B1, A5/B5, (-50C)
Lubrita Pro Life SAE 10W-40 API SL/CF, ACEA A3/B3, A3/B4, MB-Approval 229.1, VW 502.00/505.00, (-30C)
Lubrita Pro Life SL SAE 10W-40 API SL/CF, ACEA A3/B3/B4 (-30C)
Lubrita Pro Life LT SAE 10W-40 API SL/CF, ACEA A3/B3/B4 (-39C)
Lubrita Pro Life SAE 10W-30 API SL/CF, ACEA A3/B3, A3/B4, MB 229.1 (-36C)
Lubrita Pro Life SM SAE 10W-50 API SM/CF, ACEA A3/B3 (-42C)
Lubrita Premium SF SAE 15W-40 API SF/CC, CCMC G2/D1, MIL-L-46152 B/C, Ford M2C153-C (SF/CC), Ford M2C9011-A, GM 6085M (-32C)
Lubrita Premium SG SAE 15W-40 API SG/CF-4, CCMC G4, GM 6094M, Ford M2C153-E (SG/CD), (-26C)
Lubrita Premium SL SAE 15W-40 API SL/CF, ACEA A3/B3, A3/B4, MB-Approval 229.1, (-24C)
Lubrita Premium SF SAE 20W-50 API SF/CC, CCMC G2/D1, MIL-L-46152 B/C, Ford M2C153-C (SF/CC), Ford M2C9011-A, GM 6085M, (-24C)
Heavy duty diesel engine oils (CVL, HDEO)
Lubrita DEO UHPX LD 5W-30 ACEA E4/E7, API CI-4, MAN M 3277, Volvo VDS-3, MB-Approval 228.5, DAF HP1, HP2, MTU Type 3, Renault RXD, RLD-2, Deutz IV-05, Mack EO-M Plus, Caterpillar ECF-2, (-48C)
Lubrita DEO UHPX ECO LD 5W-30 ACEA E7, E6, E4, MB-approval 228.51, MAN 3477, Volvo VDS-3, Renault RXD, MTU Type 3.1, (-54C)
Lubrita DEO UHPX ECO 5W-30 ACEA E6/E7/E9, MB-Approval 228.31/228.51, MAN 3271-1/3477, VOLVO VDS-4/VDS-3/CNG, MTU Type 3.1, Renault RXD/RLD-3/RLD-2/RGD, Mack EO-O PP/EO-N/EO-M plus, Cummins CES 20081/Caterpillar ECF-3, Deutz DQC IV-10LA/JASO DH-2, (-45C)
Lubrita DEO UHPX ECO 5W-40 ACEA E7/E9-08, API SM/CJ-4, MB-approval 228.31, Volvo VDS-4, MAN 3275, (-36C)
Lubrita DEO HPX 10W-40 ACEA A3/B3, A3/B4, E3, E5, API CH-4/SJ, MB-Approval 228.3, MAN M3275, Volvo VDS-2 (pending), (-40C)
Lubrita DEO SHPX 10W-40 ACEA A3/B3, A3/B4, E7, API CI-4/SL, MB 228.3/229.1, MAN M3275, Volvo VDS-3, MTU Type 2/Deutz DQC III-10, Mack EO-N, EO-M plus/Renault RLD, RLD-2, Cummins CES 20076,77,78, Caterpillar ECF-2, 1a, Global DHD-1, (-36C)
Lubrita DEO EHPX LD 10W-40 ACEA E4/E7, API CI-4, MB-Approval 228.5, MAN M 3277, Volvo VDS-3, Scania LDF-2, MTU TYPE 3 (pending), Mack EO-M plus, DAF Long Drain, Voith Type A, Renault Truck RLD-2/RXD, Cummins CES 20077/78, Deutz DQC III-10, (-30C)
Lubrita DEO EHPX GLOBAL 10W-40 ACEA E4/E7, API CI-4, MB-Approval 228.5, MAN 3277, Volvo VDS-3, Renault RXD/RLD-2, MTU Type 3, Deutz III-05, Mack EO-M+, Cummins 20078, Global DHD-1, Detroit Diesel 93K215, CAT ECF-2, (-39C)
Lubrita DEO UHPX ECO 10W-40 ACEA E6, E7, API CI-4, MB-Approval 228.51, MAN M3477/M3271-1, Volvo VDS-3, DAF Long Drain, Renault RLD-2/RXD, MTU Type 3.1, DEUTZ DQC III-10 LA, MACK EO-N, Jaso DH-2, (-36C)
Lubrita DEO UHPX ECO LD 10W-40 ACEA E6/E9/E4/E7, API CJ-4, MB 228.51/228.31, MAN 3477/3575/3271-1, Volvo VDS-4 / RVI RLD-3, Deutz DQC IV-10 LA / MTU 3.1/2.1, Mack EO-O PP, Caterpillar ECF 3, Cummins 20081.0, Detroit Diesel 93K218, (-33C)
Lubrita DEO UHP LD 10W-40 ACEA E4/E7, API CF, MAN M3277, MB-Approval 228.5, Scania LDF-2/LDF-3, Volvo VDS-3, Renault VI RLD-2, Mack EO-N, (-36C)
Lubrita DEO EHPX ECO 10W-40 ACEA E7/E9, MB 228.31, MAN 3575, CAT ECF-2, ECF-3, VOLVO VDS-4, RENAULT RLD-3, (-30C)
Lubrita DEO HPX 15W-40 ACEA A3/B3, E2, API CH-4/SJ, MB-Approval 228.1, MAN 271, VW 505.00 (1/97), Volvo VDS, Mack EO-M Plus, Cummins CES 20071/20076, CAT ECF-1-a, (-30C)
Lubrita DEO SHPX 15W-40 ACEA A3/B3, A3/B4, E7, API CI-4/SL, MB-Approval 228.3/229.1, Volvo VDS-3, Cummins CES 20071/20072/20076/20077/20078, MAN M3275, Mack EO-N, Global DHD-1, CAT ECF-1-a, (-35C)
Lubrita DEO Super Fleet CI-4/SL 15W-40 ACEA A3/B3/E5/E7, API CI-4/SL, MB 228.3/229.1, CAT ECF-1-a, CUMMMINS 20071,20072,20076,20077,20078, (-36C)
Lubrita DEO EHPX ECO 15W-40 ACEA E7/E9, API CJ-4/SM, Volvo VDS-4, Renault RLD-3, Mack EO-O Premium Plus, MB 228.31, MAN 3575, CAT ECF-2, ECF-3, Cummins CES 20081, DDC 93K218, JASO DH-2, Global DHD-1, MTU Type 2.1, (-36C)
Lubrita DEO HDM 20W-50 API SF/CC, CCMC G2/D1, MIL-L-46152 B/C, Ford M2C153-C (SF/CC), Ford M2C9011-A, GM 6085M, (-24C)
Lubrita DEO HPX 20W-50 ACEA A3/B3, E2, API CH-4/SJ, (-30C)
Lubrita DEO HDM 30 API SF/CC, CCMC G2/D1, MIL-L-46152 B/C, Ford M2C153-C (SF/CC), Ford M2C9011-A, GM 6085M, (-18C)
Lubrita DEO HDM 40 API SF/CC, CCMC G2/D1, MIL-L-46152 B/C, Ford M2C153-C (SF/CC), Ford M2C9011-A, GM 6085M, (-12C)
Lubrita DEO HDM 50 API SF/CC, CCMC G2/D1, MIL-L-46152 B/C, Ford M2C153-C(SF/CC), Ford SSM2C9011-A, GM 6085M, (-10C)
Lubrita DEO HDX 10W API SG/CF, ACEA E2, MB 227.0/228.0, MAN 270, (-30C)
Lubrita DEO HDX 20W-20 API SG/CF, ACEA E2, MB 227.0/228.0, MAN 270, (-25C)
Lubrita DEO HDX 30 API SG/CF, ACEA E2, MB 227.0/228.0, MAN 270, (-25C)
Lubrita DEO HDX 40 API SG/CF, ACEA E2, MB 227.0/228.0, MAN 270, (-15C)
Lubrita DEO HDX 50 API SG/CF, ACEA E2, MB 227.0/228.0, MAN 270 (-15C)
Agricultural oils (AGRI)
Lubrita Argi-Syn STOU SAE 5W-30 API SF/CG-4/GL-4, ACEA E3, MIL-L-2104D/2105, ZF TE-ML-06B/07B, MB 227.1, Allison C4, Caterpillar TO-2, Ford M2C86-A/134-D, John Deere JD 14B/20A/20C, MF M-1127/M-1139/M-1141/M-1143, NH 410B, Case MS 1206/1207/1209, (-51C)
Lubrita Argi STOU SAE 10W-30 API SF/CG-4/GL-4, ACEA E3, MIL-L-46152C/2104D/2105, Ford M2C159-C/MF M-1139B/M-1144/M-1145, ZF TE-ML-06B/07B, Allison C4, Caterpillar TO-2, Ford M2C86-A/134-D, John Deere JD14B/JD20A/C/J27, MF M-1127/M-1135/M-1143, NH 410B, MB 227.1, (-40C)
Lubrita Argi STOU SAE 15W-30 API SF/CG-4/GL-4, ACEA E3, MIL-L-46152C/2104D/2105, ZF TE-ML-06B/07B, Ford M2C159-C/MF M-1139B/M-1144, Allison C-4, Caterpillar TO-2, Ford M2C86-A/134-D, John Deere JD14B/JD20A/C/J27, MF M-1127/M-1139/M-1143, NH 410B, MB 227.1, (-35C)
Lubrita Argi STOU SAE 15W-40 API SF/CG-4/GL-4, ACEA E3, MIL-L-46152C/2104D/2105, Ford M2C159-C/MF M-1144/M-1145, ZF TE-ML-06B/07B, Allison C-4, Caterpillar TO-2, Ford M2C86-A/134-D, John Deere J27, MF M-1143, NH 410B, MB 227.1, (-35C)
Lubrita Agri Semi-Syn STOU SAE 10W-40 API SF/CG-4/GL-4, ACEA E3, MIL-L-46152C/2104D/2105, Ford M2C159-C/ MF M-1144/M-1145, ZF TE-ML-06B/07B, Allison C-4, Caterpillar TO-2, Ford M2C86-A/134-D, John Deere J27, MF M-1143, NH 410 B, MB 227.1, (-40C)
Lubrita Gear UTTO Ford M2C134-D, CNH MAT 3525, MF M-1135/M-1143/M-1145, Allison C-3/C-4, John Deere JDM 20A/C, Caterpillar TO-2, API GL-4, ZF TE-ML-03E/05F/06K/17E, Volvo WB 101, Fiat, NH 410B, NH 420A, (-35C)
Lubrita UTTO WB HT API GL-4, Ford M2C 134-D, CNH MAT 3525, MF M-1135, 1141, 1143, 1145, Allison C-3/C-4, JD JDM 20A/C, ZF TE-ML-03E/05F/06K, Volvo WB 101, 102, Caterpillar TO-2, Case MS-1206, MS-1207, MS-1210, (-42C)
Lubrita UTTO BIO Massey Ferguson, John Deere, Ford New Holland, Case, API GL-4, CEC-L-33-T83 > 90% (3 weeks), (-41C)
Lubrita UTTO HTF Ford M2C134-D, MF M-1141/M-1143, Caterpillar TO-2; John Deere JDM 20A/C, API GL-4, IH B plus, Case MS1206, MS1207, Case MAT 3505/MS 1209, (-35C)
Automotive gear oils
Lubrita MP Gear Oil 80W-90 API GL-4 , good Extreme Pressure (EP) properties, (-27C)
Lubrita MP Gear Oil 85W-140 API GL-4, Mil-L-2105, CS 3000, Ford M2C9008-A, GM, (-20C)
Lubrita MPS Gear Oil 75W-90 API GL-4, good Extreme Pressure (EP-) properties, good clutch-switch performance at low temperatures, (-42C)
Lubrita HD Gear Oil 80W-90 API GL-5, very good EP-properties, (-27C)
Lubrita HD Gear Oil 85W-140 API GL-5, Mil-L-2105D, ZF TE-ML-05A/07A/17B, CS 3000B, Ford M2C9002-A, Mack GO-G, GM, (-15C)
Lubrita HD Gear Oil LS 80W-90 API GL-5, Mil-L-2105D, ZF TE-ML 05C, (-30C)
Lubrita HDS Gear Oil LS 75W-90 API GL-5, Mil-L-2105D, ZF TE-ML 05C, (-45C)
Lubrita MTS Gear Oil 75W-80 API GL-4*+*, Mil-L-2105, Citroen, (-40C)
Lubrita HDS Gear Oil 75W-90 API GL-5, Mil-L-2105D, ZF TE-ML-05A/07A/17B, CS 3000B, Ford M2C9002-A, Mack GO-G, GM, (-45C)
Lubrita VS Gear Oil 75W-90 API GL-4/5, MIL-L-2105, VW 501.50, (-45C)
Lubrita Unitrans Gear Oil LS 75W-90 API GL-4/5, MIL-L-2105, (-43C)
Lubrita MPS Gear Oil 75W-80 API GL-4, MIL-L 2105, MAN 341 Type Z4, E3, ZF TE-ML-01L, 02L, 16K, DAF/Volvo 97305, Eaton(Europe, extended drain)/Iveco/Renault, (-45C)
Lubrita Unitrans S Gear Oil 75W-80 API GL-4/GL-5/MT-1, universal gear oil is developed for manual transmissions and hypoid differentials in passenger cars, delivery vans and heavy trucks, (-60C)
Lubrita Unitrans S Gear Oil 75W-90 API GL-3/GL-4/GL-5/MT-1, MIL-L-2105A/B/C/D/E, MIL-PRF-2105E, MB-Approval 235.8, MAN 3343 Type S/341 Type E-3, ZF TE-ML-02B/05B/12B/16F/17B/19C/21B, DAF, Scania STO 1:0, Volvo 97312, Ford M2C200-B/C, MACK GO-J, (-50C)
Lubrita Unitrans S Gear Oil 75W-140 API GL-4/GL-5/MT-1, Mil-L-2105D/Mil-PRF-2105E, (-48C)
Lubrita Unitrans S Gear Oil LS 75W-110 API GL-4/GL-5/MT-1, Mil-L-2105D/Mil-L-PRF-2105E, MACK GO-J, DAF, (-45C)
Lubrita Unitrans S Gear Oil 80W-90 API GL-3/GL-4/GL-5/MT-1, MIL-L-2105A/B/C/D/E, MAN 341 Type E-2/3343 Type M, Scania STO 1:0, Volvo 97310, ZF TE-ML-02B/05A/07A/08A/12E, ZF TE-ML-16B/16C/16D/17B/19B/21A, MB 235.0, (-35C)
Lubrita Unitrans Gear Oil 80W-90 API GL-3/GL-4/GL-5/MT-1, MIL-L-2105A/B/C/D/E, MAN 341 Type E-2/3343 Type M, Scania STO 1:0, Volvo 97310, ZF TE-ML-02B/05A/07A/08A/12E, ZF TE-ML-16B/16C/16D/17B/19B/21A, MB 235.0, (-35C)
Lubrita Unitrans S Gear Oil LS 75W-90 API GL-4/GL-5/MT-1, MIL-L-2105A/B/C/D/E, MAN 3343 Type S, Scania STO 1:0, Volvo 97310, ZF TE-ML-02B/5B/07A/12B/16F/17B,(-50C)
Lubrita Unitrans Gear Oil LS 80W-90 API GL-3/GL-4/GL-5, MIL-L-2105A/B/C/D/E, MAN 341 Type Z-2/342 Type M-2/3343 Type M, Scania STO 1:0, Volvo 97310, ZF TE-ML-05C/07A/08A/12C/16E/17B, (-36C)
Lubrita Unitrans Gear Oil LS 85W-140 API GL-3/GL-4/GL-5, MIL-L-2105A/B/C/D/E, MAN 341 Type Z-2/342 Type M-2/3343 Type S, Scania 1:0, Volvo 97310, ZF TE-ML-05C/07A/08A/12C/16E/17B, (-18C)
Lubrita Transcat 10W Allison C-4, Caterpillar TO-4, (-29C)
Lubrita Transcat 30 Allison C-4, Caterpillar TO-4, (-25C)
Lubrita Transcat 50 Allison C-4, Caterpillar TO-4, (-12C)
Lubrita Transcat 60 Allison C-4, Caterpillar TO-4, (-12C)
Lubrita GL-1 Gear Oil 80W API GL-1, (-25C)
Lubrita GL-1 Gear Oil 90 API GL-1, (-12C)
Lubrita GL-1 Gear Oil 140 API GL-1, (-6C)
Lubrita GL-4 Gear Oil 90 API GL-4, Mil-L-2105, CS 3000, Ford M2C9008-A, GM, ZF TE-ML-02A/02B/16A/17A/19A, MB 235.1, (-15C)
Lubrita GL-4 Gear Oil 140 API GL-4, Mil-L-2105, CS 3000, Ford M2C9008-A, GM, (-12C)
Lubrita GL-5 Gear Oil 90 API GL-5, Mil-L-2105D, CS 3000B, Ford M2C9002-A, MB-Approval 235.0, GM, MAN 342 Type M-1, ZF TE-ML-05A/07A/16B/17B, Mack GO-G, (-15C)
Lubrita FS Gear Oil 75W-90 API GL-5, MIL-L-2105D, (-48C)
Automatic transmission fluids / ATF's
Lubrita Dexron IID GM Dexron IID, Allison C-3/C-4, MB-Approval 236.7, MAN 339 Type Z-1, ZF TE-ML-03D/04D/11A/14A/17C, Ford SQM-2C9010-B, Voith, Caterpillar TO-2, Renk, Ford M2C138-CJ/166-H/185-A, Mercon, CVT, (-45C)
Lubrita Dexron IIIG GM Dexron IIIG-34198(Performance level IIIH), Ford Mercon M-940717, Allison C-4 - 19101793, MB-Approval 236.1, MAN 339 Type Z-1/V-1, ZF TE-ML-02F/03D/04D/14A/17C, Voith 55.6335.33, Caterpillar TO-2, Nissan, (-45C)
Lubrita Dexron SX-VI Dexron VI (level), MB 236.41, (-54C)
Lubrita ATF SP-MB MB 236.14, SsangYong (MB-Automatic transmissions), (-51C)
Lubrita ATF SPR-JP Toyota T,T-II,T-III,T-IV, D-II,D-III, WS, Nissan Matic Fluid C, D, J, Honda Ultra II, Ultra Z-1, Ultra HMMF, Mazda M-III, D-II, M-V, F-1, Mitsubishi SP-II, SP-III, ATF-II, ATF-SK, Hyundai ATF SP-IV (suitable for use), Suzuki ATF Oil, ATF Oil Special, Subaru ATF, Kia, Isuzu Besco ATF II, III, Daihatsu Alumix ATF Multi, GM TASA, IID, III, Mercon, Allison C-4, JWS 3309, 3317, JASO M 315 Type 1A, MB 236.6, 236.7, 236.8, MB 236.9, 236.10, BMW 7045E, Chrysler ATF, ATF +3, ATF +4, VW/AUDI G-055-025-AZ, (-48C)
Lubrita ATF Dexron III SP-JP Dexron III (level), Allison C-4 (level), Jaso 1A, Nissan (level), Subaru, Toyota (T-4 ATF's), (-40C)
Lubrita ATF Ford Ford M2C33-F/G, Borg Warner, Ford M2C9007-AA, (-41C)
Lubrita MCVTF JASO M358, MB A 001 989 46 03, Ford WSS-M2C928-A, BMW 8322 0 136 376 und 8322 0 429 159, VW G 052 180, Mopar CVTF+4, Nissan Toyota Honda, Mitsubishi Subaru, (-48C)
Lubrita MDCTF VW ATF DSG, (-50C)
Lubrita PSF VW TL 52146 (level), Peugeot S712710 (level), Volvo STD 1273,36 (level), DIN 51524, T3, ISO 7308, MAN M3289 (level), (-55C)
Lubrita LHM Citroen, (<-60C),
Hydraulic oils
Lubrita Hydroflow G2 HLP 15 DIN 51524, 2 HLP, FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, (-35C)
Lubrita Hydroflow G2 HLP 22 DIN 51524, 2 HLP, FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, (-35C)
Lubrita Hydroflow G2 HLP 32 DIN 51524, 2 HLP, FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, (-30C)
Lubrita Hydroflow G2 HLP 46 DIN 51524, 2 HLP, FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, (-30C)
Lubrita Hydroflow G2 HLP 68 DIN 51524, 2 HLP, FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, (-25C)
Lubrita Hydroflow MG3 HVLP 15 DIN 51524, 3 HVLP; FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, (-60C)
Lubrita Hydroflow MG3 HVLP 22 DIN 51524, 3 HVLP; FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, (-40C)
Lubrita Hydroflow MG3 HVLP 32 DIN 51524, 3 HVLP; FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, (-40C)
Lubrita Hydroflow MG3 HVLP 46 DIN 51524, 3 HVLP; FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, (-40C)
Lubrita Hydroflow MG3 HVLP 68 DIN 51524, 3 HVLP; FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, (-35C)
Lubrita Hydrofolw ZF HC3 HVLP 46 DIN 51524, 3 HVLP; FZG 12; AFNOR E48 603 HM, zinc-free, oil can be used in systems with silver parts, (-33C)
Lubrita Hydrofolw ZF HV3 HVLP 32 DIN 51524, 3 HVLP; FZG>12, AFNOR NF E48-603, HV, zinc-free, oil can be used in systems with silver parts, (-42C)
Lubrita Hydrofolw HD3 HVLPD 46 DIN 51524, 3 HVLPD, high-grade, where small amounts of water can penetrate into system, (-45C)
Lubrita Hydrofolw ZF HD3 HVLPD 46 DIN 51524-3, HVLPD, high grade, zinc-free, where small amounts of water can penetrate into system, (-48C)
Lubrita Hydroflow DT G2 HLPD 46 DIN 51524, 2 HLPD; FZG 12; Vickers Vane Pump, high grade detergent hydraulic oil (-36C)
Lubrita Hydroflow HDT G3 HVLPD 32 DIN 51524, 3 HVLPD; FZG 11; Vickers Vane Pump, (-40C)
Lubrita Hydroflow HDT G3 HVLPD 46 DIN 51524, 3 HVLPD; FZG 11; Vickers Vane Pump, (-39C)
Biodegradable Hydraulic oils
Lubrita Hydroflow Bio SB HVLP 32 DIN 51524, HVLP, FZG > 12, CEC-L33-T82>90% (3 weeks), Ecolabel, Elastomer Compatibility: Tested Nitrile Butadiene NBR1-pass, Tested Fluor Carbon FMK2-pass, (-40C)
Lubrita Hydroflow Bio SB HVLP 46 DIN 51524, HVLP, FZG > 12, CEC-L33-T82>90% (3 weeks), Ecolabel, Elastomer Compatibility: Tested Nitrile Butadiene NBR1-pass, Tested Fluor Carbon FMK2-pass, (-40C)
Lubrita Hydroflow Bio SB HVLP 68 DIN 51524, HVLP, FZG > 12, CEC-L33-T82>90% (3 weeks), Ecolabel, Elastomer Compatibility: Tested Nitrile Butadiene NBR1-pass, Tested Fluor Carbon FMK2-pass, (-40C)
Lubrita Hydroflow Bio SB HVLP 100 DIN 51524, HVLP, FZG > 12, CEC-L33-T82>90% (3 weeks), Ecolabel, Elastomer Compatibility: Tested Nitrile Butadiene NBR1-pass, Tested Fluor Carbon FMK2-pass, (-40C)
Industrial Gear oils
Lubrita Mineral Gear Oil 68
Lubrita Mineral Gear Oil 100
Lubrita Mineral Gear Oil 150
Lubrita Mineral Gear Oil 220
Lubrita Mineral Gear Oil 320
Lubrita Mineral Gear Oil 460 DIN 51517-3, FZG 12, US Steel 224, (-12C)
Lubrita PAO Synthetic Gear Oil 68 DIN 51517, Part 3 (CLP), US Steel 224, AGMA 250.04, 9005-D94, David Brown S 1.53.101, Flender (only ISO-VG 100-1000), (-54C)
Lubrita PAO Synthetic Gear Oil 100 DIN 51517, Part 3 (CLP), US Steel 224, AGMA 250.04, 9005-D94, David Brown S 1.53.101, Flender, (-51C)
Lubrita PAO Synthetic Gear Oil 150 DIN 51517, Part 3 (CLP), US Steel 224, AGMA 250.04, 9005-D94, David Brown S 1.53.101, Flender, (-45C)
Lubrita PAO Synthetic Gear Oil 220 DIN 51517, Part 3 (CLP), US Steel 224, AGMA 250.04, 9005-D94, David Brown S 1.53.101, Flender, (-42C)
Lubrita PAO Synthetic Gear Oil 320 DIN 51517, Part 3 (CLP), US Steel 224, AGMA 250.04, 9005-D94, David Brown S 1.53.101, Flender, (-39C)
Lubrita PAO Synthetic Gear Oil 460 DIN 51517, Part 3 (CLP), US Steel 224, AGMA 250.04, 9005-D94, David Brown S 1.53.101, Flender, (-36C)
Lubrita PAO Synthetic Gear Oil 1000 DIN 51517, Part 3 (CLP), US Steel 224, AGMA 250.04, 9005-D94, David Brown S 1.53.101, Flender, (-27C)
Lubrita PAG Gear Oil 150
Lubrita PAG Gear Oil 220
Lubrita PAG Gear Oil 320
Lubrita PAG Gear Oil 460
Compressor oils
Lubrita Compressor Oil VDL 32 DIN 51506 VDL, DIN 51352 Part 2, (-36C)
Lubrita Compressor Oil VDL 46 DIN 51506 VDL, DIN 51352 Part 2, (-39C)
Lubrita Compressor Oil VDL 68 DIN 51506 VDL, DIN 51352 Part 2, (-33C)
Lubrita Compressor Oil VDL 100 DIN 51506 VDL, DIN 51352 Part 2, (-30C)
Lubrita Compressor Oil VDL 150 DIN 51506 VDL, DIN 51352 Part 2, (-27C)
Lubrita Compressor Oil SRC 46 compressor oil is a dispersant type oil intended primarily for oil-flooded rotary sliding-vane and screw-type compressors, (-30C)
Lubrita Compressor Oil SRC 68 compressor oil is a dispersant type oil intended primarily for oil-flooded rotary sliding-vane and screw-type compressors, (-36C)
Refrigerator oils
Lubrita Refrigerator Oil KCE 46 DIN 51503, KAA, KC, KE, Floc Point, °C max. -50C, refrigerator oil is a pure mineral naphtenic oil, (-42C)
Turbine oils
Lubrita Turbine Oil 32 BS 489, DIN 51515 (L-TD), ISO 6743/0 T, (-30C)
Lubrita Turbine Oil 46 BS 489, DIN 51515 (L-TD), ISO 6743/0 T, (-30C)
Lubrita Turbine Oil 68 BS 489, DIN 51515 (L-TD), ISO 6743/0 T, (-25C)
Lubrita Turbine Oil 100 BS 489, DIN 51515 (L-TD), ISO 6743/0 T, (-20C)
Lubrita Turbine Oil XTL 46 -Extended Turbine Life DIN 51524 Part 1 (HL), DIN 51517 Part 2 (CL), DIN 51515 Part 1 (L-TD)/Part 2 (L-TG), Afnor NF E 48-603 (HL), Siemens TLV 9013 04/ US Steel 120, BS 489/GEK 32568 F-G/GEK 28143A/MIL-L-17572D, Cincinnati-Milacron P-55 (HL-46), CEGB 207001/Brown Boveri HTGD 90117, Alstom HTGD 90 117 V0001 S/Solar ES 9-224, Westinghouse Electric Corp. Turbine Oil spec, JIS K 2213, (-15C)
Slideway oils
Lubrita Unislide 15 DIN 51524/51517, FZG 12, US Steel 224, (-35)
Lubrita Unislide 22 DIN 51524/51517, FZG 12, US Steel 224, (-30)
Lubrita Unislide 32 DIN 51524/51517, FZG 12, US Steel 224, (-25)
Lubrita Unislide 46 DIN 51524/51517, FZG 12, US Steel 224, (-25)
Lubrita Unislide Silicon Free 68 DIN 51524/51517, FZG 12, US Steel 224, (-25)
Lubrita Unislide 68 DIN 51524/51517, FZG 12, US Steel 224, (-25)
Lubrita Unislide 100 DIN 51524/51517, FZG 12, US Steel 224, (-15)
Lubrita Unislide 150 DIN 51524/51517, FZG 12, US Steel 224, (-15)
Lubrita Unislide 220 DIN 51524/51517, FZG 12, US Steel 224, (-15)
Vacuum pump oils
Lubrita Vacuumpump Oil SAE 10W-30 DIN 51524, 2 HLPD, multigrade vacuumpump oil, (-32C)
Lubrita Vacuumpump Oil 32 DIN 51524, 2 HLP, (-30C)
Lubrita Vacuumpump Oil 46 DIN 51524, 2 HLP, (-30C)
Lubrita Vacuumpump Oil 68 DIN 51524, 2 HLP, (-25C)
Lubrita Vacuumpump Oil 100 DIN 51524, 2 HLP, (-20C)
Pneumatic Tools oils
Lubrita Pneumo Oil 10 ISO 6743/11 P, (-39C)
Lubrita Pneumo Oil 32 ISO 6743/11 P, (-33C)
Lubrita Pneumo Oil 46 ISO 6743/11 P, (-32C)
Lubrita Pneumo Oil 68 ISO 6743/11 P, (-28C)
Lubrita Pneumo Oil 100 ISO 6743/11 P, (-28C)
Lubrita Pneumo Oil 320 ISO 6743/11 P, (-21C)
Lubrita Pneumo Arctic Bio Oil > 90% biological degradable, for pneumatic tools in very cold temperatures, (-52C)
Chain-saw oils
Lubrita Chain Saw Oil 46 excellent lubricity, the high grade of tackiness prevents the oil to fling from the chain, chain-saw oil cannot be used for the lubrication of the engine of the saw, (-39C)
Lubrita Chain Saw Oil 68 excellent lubricity, the high grade of tackiness prevents the oil to fling from the chain, chain-saw oil cannot be used for the lubrication of the engine of the saw, (-25C)
Lubrita Chain Saw Oil 100 excellent lubricity, the high grade of tackiness prevents the oil to fling from the chain, chain-saw oil cannot be used for the lubrication of the engine of the saw, (-25C)
Lubrita Chain Saw Oil 150 excellent lubricity, the high grade of tackiness prevents the oil to fling from the chain, chain-saw oil cannot be used for the lubrication of the engine of the saw, (-20C)
Lubrita Chain Saw Oil 220 excellent lubricity, the high grade of tackiness prevents the oil to fling from the chain, chain-saw oil cannot be used for the lubrication of the engine of the saw, (-15C)
Lubrita Chain Saw Oil 320 excellent lubricity, the high grade of tackiness prevents the oil to fling from the chain, chain-saw oil cannot be used for the lubrication of the engine of the saw, (-15C)
Lubrita Chain Saw Oil 460 excellent lubricity, the high grade of tackiness prevents the oil to fling from the chain, chain-saw oil cannot be used for the lubrication of the engine of the saw, (-15C)
Lubrita Chain Saw Bio Oil 68 CEC-L-33-T-82 > 90% (3 weeks), (-25C)
Lubrita Chain Saw Bio-Eco Oil 68 ECOLABEL, contains a large fraction of bio-based material, (-25C)
Industrial form and mould oils
Lubrita Mould Oil EDZ apply thin layer (1 litre at 40-60 m²) for best results, also this mould oil can also be used for the manufacturing of concrete in heated moulds, (-57C)
Lubrita Mould Oil OBR usual mixture proportion of this mould oil is 1 to 9 parts of water, It is important that the oil is added into the water and not the water into the oil, shelf life 9 month max
Lubrita Mould Oil TWD Plus For coated wooden moulds: use 1 litre of this mould oil at 30-40 m² and for steel moulds: use 1 litre of this mould oil at 40-50 m² (-35C)
Spindle oils
Lubrita Spindle Oil 5 This is a pure naphtenic mineral oil with a natural oxidation stability, (-70C)
Lubrita Spindle Oil 10 This is a pure naphtenic mineral oil with a natural oxidation stability, (-57C)
Lubrita Spindle Oil 15 This is a pure parafinic mineral oil with a natural oxidation stability, (-12C)
Lubrita Spindle Oil 22 This is a pure parafinic mineral oil with a natural oxidation stability, (-9C)
Lubrita Spindle Oil 32 This is a pure parafinic mineral oil with a natural oxidation stability, (-12C)
White oils
Lubrita Pure White Oil 15 This type of white oil has a wide range of applications in the industry, (-18C)
Lubrita Pure White Oil 22 This type of white oil has a wide range of applications in the industry, (-10C)
Lubrita Pure White Oil 32 This type of white oil has a wide range of applications in the industry, (-10C)
Lubrita Pure White Oil 46 This type of white oil has a wide range of applications in the industry, (-10C)
Lubrita Pure White Oil 68 This type of white oil has a wide range of applications in the industry, (-12C)
Lubrita Technical White Oil 15 Lubricant for precision machining, sewing machines, other textile machining, as base material in the plastic, rubber, chemical industries, as baseoil for insecticides, (-15C)
Industrial Gas engines oils
Lubrita Industrial Gas Engine Oil LA 40 This gas engine oil is suitable for the lubrication of four stroke gas engines, when gases are used with lower sulphur contents, (-21C)
Lubrita Industrial Gas Engine Oil MA 40 This gas engine oil is suitable for the lubrication of four stroke gas engines, when gases are used with moderate sulphur contents, (-24C)
Lubrita Industrial Gas Engine Oil HA 40 This gas engine oil is suitable for the lubrication of four stroke gas engines, when gases are used with higher sulphur contents, (-27C)
Metal working oils / MWO
Lubrita Cutting Fluid MU This cutting oil is a water extendable mineral oil containing cutting fluid, which is usable for universal applications in metalworking, Mixing is achieved by slowly pouring the fluid into water, 1 part fluid-9 parts water
Lubrita Cutting Fluid HSU General machining 1 part liquid in 19 - 24 parts water; Heavy machining 1 part liquid in 12 - 19 parts water; Grinding 1 part liquid in 24 - 32 parts water
Lubrita Cutting Oil MP This neat multipurpose cutting oil can be used undeluted for cutting and boring of alloyed steels with a high tensile strength, but also for non-ferro and light metals, (-15C)
Lubrita Cutting Oil MFE This neat cutting oil can be used undeluted for general machining of low carbon and light alloyed steel, salso used for grinding and cutting of wheels, (-13C)
Lubrita Cutting Oil HFE Heavy duty neat cutting oil has to be used undeluted for machining of high alloyed stainless, austenitic, acid and heat resistant steels, difficult operations like deep-hole drilling, tapping, shaping or shaving of gears, (-15C)
Lubrita Cooling Fluid B 236 This full synthetic biodegradable, emulsifying metalworking fluid is based on specially selected additives, suitable for application in ferro and non-ferro metals, specially aluminium
Lubrita Honing Oil HN This honing oil is undeluted used for the honing, lapping and grinding of aluminium, castiron and hardened steels, suitible for the grinding of tools with diamond wheels, (-24C)
Motorcycles 4T oils
Lubrita Moto 4T SemiSyn HS 10W-40 JASO-MA2, semi-synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-30C)
Lubrita Moto 4T SemiSyn HS 20W-50 JASO MA2, semi-synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-24C)
Lubrita Moto 4T SemiSyn HS 15W-50 JASO MA2, semi-synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-30C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn FS 10W-40 JASO MA2, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles formulated with synthetic base oils, (-44C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn FS 15W-50 JASO MA2, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles formulated with synthetic base oils, (-44C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn FS 20W-50 JASO MA2, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles formulated with synthetic base oils, (-44C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn Harley Davidson FS 20W-50 JASO MA2, special additives - new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles formulated with synthetic base oils, (-45C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn FS 5W-50 JASO MA2, special additives - new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles formulated with synthetic base oils, (-42C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn 5W-50 JASO MA2, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-42C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn FS 5W-40 JASO MA2, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-45C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn 5W-40 JASO MA2, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-34C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn 10W-40 JASO MA2, JASO MA, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-21C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn 10W-60 JASO MA2, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-24C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn 15W-50 JASO MA2, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-33C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn FSES 5W-50 JASO MA2, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-42C)
Lubrita Moto 4T Syn FSES 20W-50 JASO MA2, new generation synthetic engine oil for four-stroke motorcycles, (-51C)
Lubrita Moto 4T SpeedWay special application oil for speed way motocycles
Lubrita Moto 4T Super 10W-40 JASO MA, mineral engine oil for four stroke motor-cycles , (-36C)
Motocycles 2T oils
Lubrita Moto 2T Kart and Racing A full synthetic two stroke engine oil, selfmixing two stroke engine oil is special advised for the lubrication of high speed two stroke engines, Racing carts and motors, (-33C)
Lubrita Moto 2T FS Racing API TC, JASO FD, ISO-L-EGD, Husqvarna, Piaggio, Hexagon, (-36C)
Lubrita Moto 2T FS Air Cooled Low Viscosity API TC+, Piaggio Hexagon, JASO FD (Low Smoke), Husqvarna 226/Chainsaw, ISO-L-EGD, TISI, (-45C)
Lubrita Moto 2T FS Air Cooled API TC+, Piaggio Hexagon, JASO FD (Low Smoke), Husqvarna 226/Chainsaw, ISO-L-EGD, TISI, (-45C)
Lubrita Moto 2T JASO Extra API TC, JASO FD, ISO-L-EGD, Global GD, Husqvarna 272, 2-Stroke DFI, (-20C)
Lubrita Moto 2T JASO API TC, JASO FC, TISI, ISO-L-EGC, (-20C)
Motorcycles Fork oils
Lubrita Fork Oil 5 This is an universal oil for use in front forks from motor-cycles and other shock absorbing systems in off road, street and racing engines, (-51C)
Lubrita Fork Oil 7 This is an universal oil for use in front forks from motor-cycles and other shock absorbing systems in off road, street and racing engines, (-51C)
Lubrita Fork Oil 10 This is an universal oil for use in front forks from motor-cycles and other shock absorbing systems in off road, street and racing engines, (-39C)
Lubrita Fork Oil 15 This is an universal oil for use in front forks from motor-cycles and other shock absorbing systems in off road, street and racing engines, (-33C)
Lubrita Fork Oil 20 This is an universal oil for use in front forks from motor-cycles and other shock absorbing systems in off road, street and racing engines, (-33C)
Lubrita Fork Oil S 15 Excellent suitable for use in front forks from motor-cycles and other shock absorbing systems in off road, street and racing engines, with high requirements, (-31C)
Outboard - Boats oils
Lubrita Marine 4T Outboard 10W30 NMMA FC-W, (-27C)
Lubrita Marine 4T Outboard 25W40 NMMA FC-W, (-21C)
Lubrita Marine 4T Outboard 10W40 NMMA FC-W, (-36C)
Lubrita Marine 2T DFI NMMA TC-W3, (-42C)
Marine oils
Lubrita Marine HDC T8 SAE 30 SAE 30, API CC, MIL-L-2104A, DEF 2101D, FZG 8, (-23C)
Lubrita Marine HDC T8 SAE 40 SAE 40, API CC, MIL-L-2104A, DEF 2101D, FZG 8, (-24C)
Lubrita Marine HDF T12 SAE 30 SAE 30, API CF, MIL-L-2104C, DEF-91-22/2, FZG 10, (-21C)
Lubrita Marine HDF T12 SAE 40 SAE 40, API CF, MIL-L-2104C, DEF-91-22/2, FZG 10, (-21C)
Lubrita Marine HDF T12 SAE 15W-40 API CF, Mil-L-2104C, (-32C)
Lubrita Marine HDF T16 SAE 30 SAE 30, API CF, MIL-L-2104C, DEF-91-22/2, FZG 12, (-21C)
Lubrita Marine HDF T16 SAE 40 SAE 40, API CF, MIL-L-2104C, DEF-91-22/2, FZG 12, (-21C)
Lubrita Marine HDF T20 SAE 40 API CF, MIL-L-2104C, (-22C)
Lubrita Marine HDF T30 SAE 30 SAE 30, API CF, MIL-L-2104C, (-23C)
Lubrita Marine HDF T30 SAE 40 SAE 40, API CF, MIL-L-2104C, (-21C)
Lubrita Marine HDD T40 SAE 40 SAE 40, API CD, (-21C)
Lubrita Marine HD T70 SAE 50 Marine Diesel engine oil, where diesel fuel with a high sulphur content
Steam-cylinder oils
Lubrita Steam Cylinder Oil 460 For lubrication of cylinders and valves in steam engines, (-12C)
Lubrita Steam Cylinder Oil 1000 For lubrication of cylinders and valves in steam engines, (-10C)
Lubrita Steam Cylinder Oil 1300 For lubrication of cylinders and valves in steam engines, (-18C)
Lubrita Steam Cylinder Oil HS 1500 For lubrication of cylinders and valves in steam engines, (-6C)
Lubrita Steam Cylinder Oil 1500 For lubrication of cylinders and valves in steam engines, (-6C)
Heat transfer thermo oils
Lubrita Therm Oil 300 Up till 300 °C the system will function without an inert type of gas, (-12C)
Brake fluids
Lubrita Brake Fluid DOT 3 SAE J 1703, FMVSS DOT 3
Lubrita Brake Fluid DOT 4 SAE J 1703, FMVSS DOT 4
Lubrita Brake Fluid DOT 5.1 SAE J 1703, FMVSS DOT 5.1, very low temperatures in combination with ABS-systems, also very suitable for application in motorcycles
Various Special petroleum products
Lubrita VCF 1487 (Viscor Calibration Fluid) ISO 4113, SAE J 967D, MB-Approval 133, (-24C)
Lubrita DST-IF 32/46 (Tank Indicator Fluid) A liquid suitable for use in double-sided tanks, (-25C)
Lubrita WRF 1000 (Wide Range Fluid) Due to its special composition this oil really has 1000+1 application possibilities, (-40C)

 

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Gear oils and Transmission fluids Approvals by manufacturers


MAN Application area

M 3343 M Multifunctional oil, mineral oil-based, extended drain intervals
M 3343 S Multifunctional oil, synthetic, extended drain intervals
MAN 341 Z1 MTF, mineral oil-based, normal drain intervals
MAN 341 Z2 MTF, mineral oil-based, extended drain intervals
MAN 341 Z3 MTF, semi-synthetic, extended drain intervals
MAN 341 Z4 MTF, synthetic, more extended drain intervals
MAN 341 Z5 MTF, synthetic, maximum drain intervals
MAN 341 E1 MFT, mineral oil-based, normal drain intervals
MAN 341 E2 MFT, mineral oil-based, extended drain intervals
MAN 341 E3 MFT, semi-synthetic, extended drain intervals
MAN 341 E4 MFT, synthetic, more extended drain intervals
MAN 341 ZE MTF for ZF Ecomid/Ecosplit
MAN 341 VR MTF for VOITH retarders
MAN 341 MB MTF for Mercedes-Benz manual transmissions in buses
MAN 342 M1 Axle oil, mineral oil or semi-synthetic, normal drain intervals
MAN 342 M2 Axle oil, mineral oil or semi-synthetic, extended drain intervals
MAN 342 M3 Axle oil, mineral oil or semi-synthetic, more extended drain intervals
MAN 342 S1 Axle oil, synthetic, maximum drain intervals


MB Application area

MB 235.0 Hypoid gear oils SAE 85W-90, SAE 90
MB 235.1 Gear oils SAE 80, 80W/85W
MB 235.4 Synthetic gear oils SAE 75W/85W
MB 235.5 Gear oils SAE 80, 80W/85W
MB 235.6 Hypoid gear oils SAE 85W-90, SAE 90
MB 235.7 FE-hypoid gear oils SAE 85W-90
MB 235.8 Hypoid gear oils SAE 75W-90
MB 235.9 Axle oils for ZF automatic transmissions
MB 235.10 MTF MB 235.11 FE-MTFs for extended drain intervals
MB 235.12 Manual gearbox oils SAE 30, 40
MB 235.13 Fully-synthetic manual gearbox oils
MB 235.15 Hypoid gear oils SAE 75W-85
MB 235.20 Mineral axle oils, LD, SAE 80W-90
MB 235.27 Retarder oils NFZ, category voith A
MB 235.28 Retarder oils NFZ, category voith B
MB 235.29 Retarder oils NFZ, category voith C
MB 235.61 Hypoid gear oils, AMG


SCANIA Application area

STO 1:0 Axle Oil acc. to GL-5 for use in SCANIA manual transmissions, transfer cases and rear axles.
STO 2:0A Axle Oil acc. to SAE J 2360 for use in SCANIA manual transmissions, transfer cases and rear axles. Improved shear and oxidation stability and fuel efficiency potential. Increased drain interval up to 540,000 km (proven in field test).


VOLVO Application area

97303 Multifunctional oil for wet brake systems, WB 101, UTTO
97305 Manual transmission oil, transfer case oil, GL-4, SAE 80W-90
97307 Manual transmission oil, extended drain intervals, GL-4
97308 Special synthetic manual transmission oil, GL-4
97310 Gear oil for heavy rear axles, GL-5
97312 Gear oil for heavy rear axles, extended drain intervals,GL-5
97315 Fully-synthetic manual transmission oil, more extended drain intervals,GL-4


ZF Application area

TE-ML 02 Manual and automatic transmissions for commercial vehicles
TE-ML 03 Converter transmissions for off-road equipment
TE-ML 05 Axles for off-road vehicles
TE-ML 06 Tractor transmissions and hydraulic lifts
TE-ML 07 Hydrostatic-mechanical and electric drive systems
TE-ML 11 Manual and automatic transmissions for cars
TE-ML 12 Axles for commercial vehicles and buses
TE-ML 13 ZF assemblies in special purpose vehicles
TE-ML 16 Transmissions for rail vehicles
TE-ML 17 Transmissions and axles for lift-trucks
TE-ML 18 Axles for cars
TE-ML 19 Transfer and offset transmissions for commercial vehicles


MACK Application area
GO-H Axle oils, e.g. SAE 90, SAE 140, SAE 80W-90 and SAE 85W-140
GO-J Gear oil, axle oil, normal drain interval (up to 250,000 miles/3 years on highway operation)
GO-J Plus Gear oil, axle oil, extended drain interval (up to 500,000 miles/3 years on highway operation)
TO-A Plus Manual transmission fluid (MTF), e.g. SAE 50, extended drain interval (up to 500,000 miles or 3 years on highway operation)


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