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Break In Oil SAE 30

Break-In Oil SAE 30 is a mineral running-in oil for the initial filling and running-in of repaired or overhauled engines.

Break-In Oil SAE 30 product data sheet
Break-In Oil SAE 30 safety data sheet

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Description

TIPP-OIL Break-In Oil SAE 30 is a mineral running-in oil for the initial filling and running-in of repaired or overhauled engines. Break-In Oil SAE 30 dispenses with the use of additives that improve friction (friction modifiers) in order to significantly shorten the running-in phase for repaired and modified engines. Rapid setting of the piston rings is achieved. Due to a high proportion of ZDDP (zinc dithiophosphate), Break-In Oil SAE 30 is particularly recommended for running in classic V8 engines with flat tappets.

Instructions for use

TIPP-OIL Break-In Oil SAE 30 serves as a classic running-in oil and may therefore only remain in the engine for a short time (max. 1000 km). The particularly high proportion of wear-inhibiting additives offers extra protection in the critical running-in phase of repaired engines. During the run-in phase, please observe the specifications of your engine repair technician. High engine loads and speeds should be avoided.

 

Characteristics

  • High ZDDP percentage
  • Run-in the engine as quickly as possible
  • No friction modifier

Technical specifications

 Properties  Data  unit  testing under
 Kinematic Viscosity at 40°C     90,6  MM²/S  ISO 51562-2
 Kinematic Viscosity at 100°C     11,0  MM²/S  ISO 51562-2
 viscosity index   106  ISO 2909
 Appearance  RED  visually
 Density at 15°C  884,0  KG/M³  DIN 51 757
 pour point  -27  °C  ISO 3016

 

All data given are approximate values and are subject to normal production fluctuations. To the best of our knowledge, all information corresponds to the current state of knowledge and our development. We reserve the right to make changes. All references to DIN standards are only used to describe the goods and do not constitute a guarantee. In the event of problems, request technical advice.

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