Classic SAE 20W-50 API SE a mild alloyed year-round engine oil, the composition of which is specially adapted to the requirements of Old - and youngtimers is.
Classic SAE SE 20W-50
TIPP OIL Classic SAE 20W-50 API SE is a mild alloyed engine oil for year-round use. In its composition, it was vehicles specially designed to meet the requirements of Old - and Youngtimer-with Oil filter tuned. In addition, it can also be used for gasoline and diesel engines that were developed for multigrade oils of your time. Classic SAE 20W-50 API SE prolongs the service life of the engine due to increased concentration of the zinc content. This reduces deposits, wear, and leaks. The special Viscosity ensures even at high temperatures for a stable Oil pressure and optimal compression.
TIPP OIL Classic SAE 20W-50 API SE is specially suitable for classic vehicles with oil filter elements built in 1950, in which a mild alloy lubricant is required. Furthermore, Classic SAE 20W-50 API, SE can also be used for older construction machinery engines as well as for older circulating lubricants and hydrostatic drives.
Quality Classification Specifications:
- API SE
- Excellent Material Compatibility
- High oxidation resistance due to selected base oils
- Neutrality towards sealing materials
- High content of zinc for safe wear and tear protection
- 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||176,3||MM²/S||ISO 51562-2|
|kinematic viscosity at 100°C||18,9||MM²/S||ISO 51562-2|
|viscosity index||122||ISO 2909|
|visual density at 15°C||882||KG/M³||EN ISO 12185|
|pour point||-30||CELSIUS||ASTM D 7346|
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