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Sae Viscosity - 2011-11-18

IThe most widely used system for engine oil viscosity classification is that established by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) in the USA. SAE has established that twelve viscosity grades are suitable for engine lubricating oils.   The physical requirements for these viscosity grades are described in SAE J300, which is intended f... more

Automotive Gear Lubricant - 2011-11-18

The following descriptions in the categories in the API Engine Service Classification System are intended as guides to aid in the selection of proper engine oils for significantly different engine service conditions. The performance requirements for these categories are technically described on the API Web site The classification is ba... more

Industrial Lubricant Classification - 2011-11-18

ISO (International Standards Organisation) Viscosity Classification The ISO viscosity classification uses mm2/s (cSt) and relates to viscosity at 40°C. It consists of a series of 18 viscosity brackets between 1.98 mm2/s and 1650 mm2/s, each of which is defined by a number. ISO Viscosity Grade Kinematic Viscosity at 40°C (mm2/s M... more

Grease Classification - 2011-11-18

NLGI Grease Consistency Classification This classification was established in the USA by the National Lubricating Grease Institute (NLGI). This classifies greases solely in terms of their hardness or softness; no other property of performance level is taken into consideration.   NLGI Consistency Kinematic Viscosity at 40°C (mm2/... more

Health, Safety & Environment - 2011-11-18

Purpose of Guide Piston Power policy is to ensure, as far as is reasonably practical, that all our products are safe  and without risk to health when properly, used for the purpose for which they are intended.  The following measures are a guide to the safe storing and handling of petroleum products. For additional information plea... more