Diesel Engine Oils

HP DIESELINO 15W 40T

HP DIESELINO 15W 40T

Premium Quality Diesel Engine Oil

Detail Description

HP DIESELINO 15W 40 T grade is a premium quality diesel engine oil made from the finest paraffinic base stocks and state of art additive technology, specifically developed for Tata Motors Limited for their heavy commercial vehicles and passenger cars running on HSD. The product has been designed to address the operational severity and engine durability issues of these diesel engines. HP DIESELINO 15W 40 T provides optimum protection for control of corrosive wear, low and high temperature stability, soot handling properties, piston deposit control, valve train wear, oxidative thickening, foaming and viscosity loss due to shear.

Application

HP DIESELINO 15W 40 T grade is recommended for new generation diesel engines of heavy commercial, light commercial vehicles, multi utility vehicles employing Euro III/II technologies like Turbocharging and CRDI etc. It is also suitable for construction equipment & DG sets as well as passenger cars requiring high quality engine oils.

Features and Benefits

  • Protects engine from excessive wear
  • Longer life for cylinder liner, piston ring, valves, cam
  • Longer oil life due to excellent viscosity control
  • Higher levels of engine cleanliness
  • Helps to reduce pollution

Meets or Exceeds Requirement Of

  • API CH-4 / CG-4
  • VOLVO VDS-2
  • ACEA A3/B3/E5-02
  • Mack EO-M Plus
  • MB 228.3
  • MAN M3275
  • MTU Type 2
  • Cummins 20076
  • TML’s SS 6571

Physico-chemical properties

Colour Fluorescent Green
Kinematic Viscosity, @ 100°C, cSt 14.0 – 15.0
Viscosity Index 138
TBN, mg KOH/gm 9.7
Flash Point, COC,°C 230
Pour Point °C -27

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