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Typical Properties Viscosity, cSt @40 °C (D445) 34.81 Viscosity, cSt @40 °C (D445) 7.50 Viscosity, cSt @40 °C (D445) Viscosity, cSt @40 °C (D445) Viscosity, cSt @40 °C (D445) Sulfur, Wt.
Features and Benefits Promotes long engine life Excellent Protect against rust and corrosion Excellent resistance to excessive viscosity increase Recommended for Applications MILES ALL SPEC OILS are high quality detergent motor oils recommended for diesel and gasoline engines.
Typical Properties SAE Grade 15W-40 Specific Gravity @ 60°F 0.875 Viscosity, CCS, cP @ °C 6300 Viscosity, cSt/40°C (D445) 114 Viscosity, cSt/100°C (D445) 15.2 Viscosity Index (D2270) 137 Denisty, lbs/gal @ 60°F 7.29 Pour Point, °C (°F) -36 (-33) Flash Point (COC), °C (°F) 227 (441) Color,( D1500) 7.5 Sulfated Ash, ASTM D874, wt % .76 TBN, ASTM D2896 6.0 Phosphorus, wt % 0.08 Zinc, wt % 0.08
Typical Properties Property SXR 15W40 Viscosity, cSt @ 40°C 119.20 Viscosity, cSt @ 100°C 15.35 Viscosity Index 135 Viscosity, CCS cP @ -20°C 6752 Calcium, %wt.
1.6.2 Effect of viscosity .
Typical Properties cP @-20 C 6811 Viscosity, cSt/100°C Viscosity, cSt/40°C Viscosity Index Pour Point, °C Sulfated Ash wt% Calcium, wt % Phosphorus wt % Magnesium wt % Zinc wt % 15.55 120.38 135 -34 1.37 0.329 0.127 Nil .
The viscosity measured a bit thin for 5W/40, but we're not too worried about it.The TBN was strong at 7.1, showing plenty of active additive left in this oil.
Super Red Grease Heavy Duty Multi-Purpose Grease Super Red EP 2 Grease is a heavy duty multi-purpose grease formulated from high viscosity base oil and lithium complex thickener.
MILES GEAR OIL MULTI-SPEC Heavy Duty Gear Lubricants MULTI-SPEC Gear Lubricants are premium quality gear and transmission oils blended from highly refined high Viscosity Index base stocks FEATURES AND BENEFITS Miles MULTI-SPEC Gear Lubricants contain additive systems, which impart characteristics most desired in these types of lubricants;
Experiments were carried out with liquids of high viscosity (500-1040 cp).
in the second, the size of the bubble may depend inter alia upon the velocity of the gas stream and upon viscosity, momentum and frictional effects.
Feed-forward back-propagation networks with Levenberg-Marquardt training algorithm have been used to predict bubble point pressure, solution gas oil ratio at bubble point pressure, oil formation volume factor at bubble point pressure, and saturated and undersaturated oil viscosity.
CLIENT UNIT OIL REPORT 8,811 8,811 7/16/2016 ALUMINUM CHROMIUM IRON COPPER LEAD TIN MOLYBDENUM NICKEL MANGANESE SILVER TITANIUM POTASSIUM BORON SILICON SODIUM CALCIUM MAGNESIUM PHOSPHORUS ZINC BARIUM 14 2 99 56 0 1 834 0 34 0 0 5 117 110 12 2451 14 808 1084 5 UNIT / LOCATION AVERAGES UNIVERSAL AVERAGES 14 2 99 56 0 1 834 0 34 0 0 5 117 110 12 2451 14 808 1084 5 4 1 14 6 1 1 66 0 4 0 0 2 34 8 87 1797 290 640 795 0 PROPERTIES Values Should Be* SUS Viscosity @ 210°F cSt Viscosity @ 100°C Flashpoint in °F Fuel % Antifreeze % Water % Insolubles % TBN TAN ISO Code 50.9 7.55 390 <0.5 0.0 0.0 0.4 46-59 6.0-10.2 >385 <2.0 0 <0.1 <0.6 * THIS COLUMN APPLIES ONLY TO THE CURRENT SAMPLE 416 E.
Cosmetically acceptable excipients include, but are not limited to, water, preservatives, antioxidants, chelating agents, sunscreen agents, vitamins, dyes, hair coloring agents, proteins, amino acids, natural extracts such as plant extracts, humectants, fragrances, perfumes, oils, emollients, lubricants, butters, penetrants, thickeners, viscosity modifiers, polymers, resins, hair fixatives, film formers, surfactants, detergents, emulsifiers, opacifying agents, volatiles, propellants, liquid vehicles, carriers, salts, pH adjusting agents (e.g., citric acid), neutralizing agents, buffers, hair conditioning agents, anti-static agents, anti-frizz agents, anti-dandruff agents, absorbents, and combinations thereof.
Type and Amount of Compounds that make up each fluid based on Parts‐per‐Million (PPM) Viscosity Flash Point TAN value The primary types of chemical compounds found in these types of fluids can be identified by four key categories consisting of friction modifiers (friction reducers), detergents (cleaners), anti‐wear additives (minimize wear) and extreme pressure additives (high loaded). Starting off with the standard, the Toyota V160 fluid is primarily comprised of boron (friction modifier) and phosphorus (extreme pressure additive) as the key compounds. Other small, insignificant amounts of silicon (potentially airborne contaminants), sodium, calcium (detergent), magnesium (detergent) and zinc (anti‐wear/extreme pressure additive) were present. The viscosity of this fluid came in at 49.8 SUS and 7.22 cSt respectively. TAN was measured at 1.5. Figure 2 ‐ Toyota V160 Fluid Breakdown Moving onto the Castrol Transmax Import Formula, you will see it was also composed of the same key additives as the standard above. Some of the PPM per additive were slightly less than the standard, but nothing too concerning for not being compatible. Figure 3 ‐ Castrol Transmax Import Breakdown The next up is the Castle Premium Automatic Transmission Fluid. I speculated prior to this analysis that this fluid was going to be very similar, but clearly I was incorrect. Looking at the breakdown, this fluid shows almost no similarities to the standard with PPM per makeup. This fluid appears to be a more “Universal” ATF based on the specifications from various manufacturers s.
η = air viscosity; ... (ν = kinematic viscosity = η/%).
aerodynamic, due to the viscosity of air and friction against the emerged party of the ship.
Konstanta-konstanta tersebut adalah faktor koreksi kapasitas akibat adanya backpressure (Kw), faktor koreksi kapasitas akibat adanya overpressure (Kp), dan faktor koreksi kapasitas akibat adanya viscosity (Kv).
• When the engine is new and within the break-in period (during the first 1000 miles of operation) • When the engine oil being used is of lower quality (other than “Energy or Resource Conserving” API Engine Oil Classification SM or SN or ILSAC, look for the starburst design with GF-4 or GF-5) • When the incorrect oil viscosity is used (viscosity other than 0W-20 in the case of these specific vehicles) • When engine braking is employed (use of the transmission’s gear ranges to decelerate while using the engine to apply resistance) • When the engine is operated at high engine speeds (continually or under frequent, hard acceleration) Page 2 of 26 • When the engine is operated under heavy loads (frequent carrying of heavy cargo, passengers or trailer towing) • When the engine idles for long periods of time (may be related to frequent use of a remote engine start system) • When the vehicle is operated in stop and go and/or heavy traffic situations • When the vehicle is used under severe temperature conditions (cold or hot) • When the vehicle accelerates and decelerates frequently Under these or similar operating conditions, the oil level should be checked more frequently.