Engine Oil


ABOUT

ABOUT

Engine oil serves as lubricant to prevent the metal- particle/ carbon contamination caused by frictions and combustion and cleans up the inside of the engine, keeping the movement smooth.

1. Lubrication – minimize engine wear

2. Cooling – conduct frictional heat

3. Protection – protect parts from corrosion

4. Flushing and cleaning – remove and dissolve impurities and deposits

Packaging

Unique Selling Point

Good thermal & oxidative stability

Good wear protection

Good protection from sludge & deposit

Low Oil Consumption

Improved Fuel Economy

 

Suitability of Engine Oil

Series

Product

API Level

SAE

ACEA OEM Performance

Applications

Platinum

SN/CF

GF-5

0W-20

   

Primarily for gasoline

(Diesel based on application)

SN/CF

5W-40

A3/B4

MB 229.3

VW 502 00/505 00

SN/CF

GF-5

5W-30

   

SN/CF

GF-5

10W-30

   

SN/CF

10W-40

   

Gold

CI-4/SL

10W-30

E7

 

Primarily diesel

(Gasoline based on application)

CI-4/SL

15W-40

E7

 

Silver

CF-4

15W-40

   

For diesel cars

 


COMPARISON

COMPARISON

Test Item Result Evaluation
Average Weighted Piston Deposits, Merits

Long Lasting Performance

13% Better Thermal and Oxidative Stability

Keep your engine clean by preventing harmful deposits from building up.

Engine Sludge Performance, Merits

Smoother Drives

14.1% Better Sludge Control

Enjoy smoother drives with protection from sludge and deposits.

Fuel Efficiency Index (FEI) SUM, %

Economical Rides

5.4 % Better Fuel Efficiency

Drive further with less fuel, saving money.

Average Camshaft Wear, µm

Prolong Engine Life

70%-84% Better Protection from Engine Wear

Extend your engine's lifespan by slowing down wear and tear.

Bearing Weight Loss, mg

 


REPLACEMENT

REPLACEMENT

Replacement Guide

Refer to your car manual for the correct specification to use and replace based on manual recommended timing.

Top Up Guide

1) Check your engine oil level to determine if refilling is required.

To check your oil level, pull out the dip stick which is normally yellow or orange and located near the engine.

Pull it out as far as it will go, then put it back in its tube. Wait a few seconds before taking it out to check the oil level. The minimum and maximum levels are marked at the end of the rod. If the level is below the minimum mark, top-up your oil immediately.

2) Most vehicles have a warning light on the dashboard.

If this light is yellow or red, you need to stop as soon as you can to check your oil level and top it up if necessary.