Diesel Engine Oils

HP MILCY FLEET

HP MILCY FLEET

Premium Diesel Engine Oil for Fleet Owners

Detail Description

HP MILCY FLEET is a super-premium quality diesel engine oil made from the finest paraffinic base stocks and state of art additive technology, specifically designed to address the operational severity and engine durability issues of the modern emission compliant diesel engines, employing Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) & Cooled EGR.

HP MILCY FLEET provides optimum protection for control of soot handling in cooled EGR, corrosive wear tendencies, piston deposit control, valve train wear, oxidative thickening, foaming and viscosity loss due to shear. HP MILCY FLEET is available in 15W 40 Viscometrics.

Application

HP MILCY FLEET is recommended for Fleet owners having new generation BS IV diesel engines in heavy commercial, multi utility as well as small cars requiring highest quality engine oils, where Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) /Cooled EGR/SCR type exhaust emission components are used. The product also yields tangible benefits on better engine health, long engine oil life in regular BS II/BS III type Turbo-charged engine not employing an EGR.

Features and Benefits

  • Exceptional soot dispersancy to control oil thickening due to high soot loading
  • Unmatched wear control & protection to engine components against acidic corrosion, leading to better engine protection
  • Low oil consumption
  • High shear stability
  • Longer drain periods
  • Lower maintenance cost

Meets or Exceeds Requirement Of

  • API CI-4 Plus/CI-4/CH-4, API SL/SJ
  • ACEA E7-04, E2-96
  • CAT ECF-1A, CAT ECF-2
  • Cummins 20071, 20072, 20076, 20077, 20078
  • MB 228.3
  • MTU Type 2
  • Global DHD-1
  • Volvo VDS-3
  • Mack EO-N PP03
  • MAN 3275

 

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