Nulon Premium Mineral 40-70 Extra Thick Engine Oil is a high viscosity, premium mineral engine oil formulated to provide the ultimate protection for engines used under severe conditions such as towing, racing or prolonged heavy use in hot climates.
Compared to lower viscosity oils, this high viscosity blend can reduce the signs of engine wear such as oil consumption, oil burning and blue/white exhaust smoke. This engine oil will also reduce the amount of oil loss past the piston rings making it suitable for old or worn engines.
|SAE Viscosity Grade||25W-60|
|Viscosity @ 100°C (cSt) ASTM D445||26.95|
|Viscosity @ 40°C (cSt) ASTM D445||365.1|
|Viscosity Index ASTM D2270||99|
|Density @ 15°C (kg/L) ASTM D4052||0.8987|
|Sulphated Ash (mass %) ASTM D874||0.7|
|Total Base Number (mg KOH/g) ASTM D2896||5.7|
|Flash Point (°C) ASTM D92||239|
Due to continued product research and development the information contained in this Product Bulletin is subject to change without notification.
NOTE: Not recommended for heavy-duty diesel engines. Refer to your vehicle service manual for correct lubricant requirements and service intervals.
CAUTION: Avoid skin contact with used oil. Wear suitable gloves. If skin contact occurs, wash immediately with soap and water. Avoid prolonged and repeated contact with used oil. Protect the environment. Do not pollute drains, ground or water with used oil. Dispose of container as per EPA guidelines. Do not use this container for fuel or solvents.
Synthetic base oils have a number of advantages over mineral base oils. The uniformity of the synthetic oil molecules improves the thermal stability and reduces oxidation of the oil. Controlled molecular structure also results in lower volatility and a more stable vicosity over the life of the oil.
Most diesel engine oils carry a higher specification rating than petrol engine oils and vehicle manufacturers often specify a diesel engine oil be used in a petrol motor. This does not work in the reverse, petrol only engine oils cannot be used in diesels. Some engine oils carry both petrol and diesel specifications.
All engine oils contain detergent and dispersant additives which remove contaminant build-up inside your engine. When new oil is added to an engine these additives strip away build-up and hold the contaminant in suspension so it can be removed when the oil is drained, this does discolour the oil.
SAE is the Society Of Automotive Engineers (USA). The SAE rating of an oil is a measure of its viscosity (eg 20W50).
API is the American Petroleum Institute. The API rating of an engine oil covers the performance rating of the oil (e.g. SM for petrol, CF for diesel).
ACEA is a European industry body up of European vehicle manufacturers. The ACEA rating of an engine oil of covers the performance rating of the oil (e.g. A3/B3, C3).
How to change your Engine Oil
We show you how to change your vehicle's engine oil in an easy step by step process.
All you need to do this is, car jack, jack stands or ramps, socket or spanner, drain plug washer, oil filter wrench, oil drain pan, some rags, container for the used oil, some gloves, a new oil filter and Some Nulon Engine Oil.
Contact your local waste facilities or environmental protection agency. Used coolants can contain environmentally unfriendly materials that have originated from the engine cooling system and need appropriate disposal. Do not drain used coolant onto the ground or into storm water.
Follow the vehicle manufacturers guidelines. Use an oil that meets there required specification and follow the vehicle manufacturer recommendation on oil change intervals. The interval can vary depending on driving and climate conditions.
All engine oils contain zinc, but in varying amounts.