Some common Lubes are:
- Penetrating lubricants
- Dry lubricants
Engine oil, engine lubricant or motor oil is any one of various substances used for the lubrication of internal combustion engines. They typically consist of base oils enhanced with various additives, particularly anti-wear additives, detergents, dispersants, and, for multi-grade oils, viscosity index improvers.
- Conventional or Mineral Oil
- Synthetic Oil
- Synthetic Blends
- High Mileage Oil
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- 2T: a special type of motor oil intended for use in crankcase compression two-stroke engines (typical of small gasoline-powered engines).
- 15W-40: a common grade, superior quality and heavy-duty diesel engine oil that can serve both turbocharged and normally aspirated engines.
- 20W-50: a common motor oil used in moderate-to-large diesel and gasoline engines, high-performance motorcycle bikes, and aviation vehicles. Its resistance to thinning at high heat also makes it popular as a racing oil and high temperature driving.
- HD-40: a performance heavy duty engine oil mainly intended for gasoline automotive engines of passenger cars, commercial vehicles and farm equipment. Alternatively, it can be used in diesel engines of commercial vehicles and contractor equipment.
- HD-50: a heavy-duty engine oil primarily intended for use in gasoline automotive engines of passenger cars, commercial vehicles and farm equipment.
- AW-68: a formulated and specially selected base oils with a superior additive treatment for use in all kinds of hydraulic systems running under the most difficult conditions.
It is important that you choose the recommended oil specification for your engine. If your engine requires a moderate viscous oil do not use oil with high viscosity as it may reduce the performance of your engine and ultimately lead to void of your warranty.
- How often your drive your vehicle.
- The speed you often drive.
- The mileage you drive your vehicle.
- The temperature of your area.
- How dusty your area is.
- The colour of your exhaust fumes, a good engine with clean oil should not produce smoke.
It is normal for engine oils to darken after a period of time and depending on how you use the engine. Always consider. You should consider changing your oil if the oil has gotten too dark.
- Petroleum Engine Oil
- Diesel Engine Oil
- Four-Stroke Motorcycle Oil
- Two-Stroke Gasoline Oil
- Automatic Transmission Oil
- Gear Oil
- Hydraulic Oil
- Gas Engine Oil
- Hydraulic oil
- Turbine Oil
- Compressor Oil
- Marine Engine Oil