Britpart XD oil

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Britpart XD oil


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5 litres

    Britpart 10W-40 is a semi-synthetic multi-grade engine oil manufactured using high quality additives and base oils for fuelefficiency and superior performance for petrol and diesel engines of modern passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. Meets ACEA and API specifications required by a large number of cars and light commercial vehicles. The additive technology coupled with group 3 base fluids also ensures a high level of component protection and cleanliness when operating in severe conditions with extended drain intervals. Engine design has changed rapidly over recent years. Increased output from smaller units coupled with reduced engine oil sump capacity has put greater demands on the lubricant. Britpart 10W-40 is designed to meet these challenges and is manufactured from a balanced blend of top quality mineral and synthetic base stocks to produce a high quality engine oil with outstanding properties. Its naturally higher lubricity offers lower internal friction which reduces engine wear and improves fuel economy. It provides excellent stay in grade performance for a wide range of modern engines.

    Britpart 10W-40 is suitable for normally aspirated and turbocharged diesel and petrol engines in passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. It is miscible with all synthetic and mineral based engine oils.

    Performance Levels
    ACEA: A3/B4
    API: SL/CF
    VW: 502.00/505.00
    MB: 229.5
    RN 0700/0710

    Improved fuel economy
    Suitable for a wide range of vehicles
    Excellent high and low temperature stability
    Excellent cold starting
    Improved oil consumption and emissions

    Technical Data*
    SAE 10W/40
    Specific Gravity @ 15°C (typical) 0.867
    Kinematic Viscosity @ 100°C cSt 14.51
    Kinematic Viscosity @ 40°C cSt 100.00
    Viscosity Index 152
    Pour Point °C -35
    Flash Point COC (°C) 220
    TBN (mg KOH/g) 10.2
    *These are typical test results and don’t constitute a specification.