Classic SAE 30 API SB with the unique formulation prolongs the service life of the engine in older vehicles by protecting against sludge, wear and tear.
Classic SAE 30 API SB
TIPP OIL Classic SAE 30 API SB is a complex, single-grade engine oil for use in classic vehicles with and without Oil filter. It is made from carefully selected pure mineral Oils with selected additives. Thanks to this unique formulation, Classic SAE protects 30 API SB, to, among others, siltation, and wear and tear and prolongs the service life of the engine in older vehicles. Due to minimal friction, the fuel consumption is also reduced. Classic SAE 30 API SB is oxidation stable, non-foaming and has an excellent viscosity-temperature behaviour. Due to the low pour point, this Oil can be used both at low as well as high temperature use. It is for use in most gasoline-powered vehicle is suitable for engines, as well as classic vehicles built before 1951. Use in modern engines may cause unsatisfactory performance or cause damage.
TIPP OIL Classic SAE 30 API SB is used in the engines of vehicles up to year of built in 1951, when the API specification SB is required. Oil change intervals according to manufacturer's instructions in mind!
Quality Classification Specifications:
- API SB
- Excellent Material Compatibility
- High oxidation resistance due to selected base oils
- Neutrality towards sealing materials
- Prevention of Varnish and carbon from the cylinders, pistons and valves
- Reliable lubricating film at high operating temperatures
- Excellent protection against wear, corrosion and foaming
|kinematic viscosity at 40°C||102,8||MM²/S||ISO 51562-2|
|kinematic viscosity at 100°C||11,4||MM²/S||ISO 51562-2|
|viscosity index||96||ISO 2909|
|visual density at 15°C||880||KG/M³||EN ISO 12185|
|pour point||-12||CELSIUS||ASTM D 7346|
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.