Engine oil, the engine oil, is known as the "blood" of […]
Engine oil, the engine oil, is known as the "blood" of the car, which can lubricate, clean, cool, seal, and reduce the engine. The engine is the heart of the car. There are many metal surfaces that rub against each other. These parts move fast and have a poor environment. The operating temperature can reach 400 ° C to 600 ° C. Under such harsh conditions, only qualified lubricants can reduce the wear and tear of engine parts and prolong the service life!
Vehicle lubricants related standards
Viscosity Standard: SAE (American Society of Automotive Engineers) viscosity classification used to distinguish different temperature ranges for lubricants.
Performance standards: mainly use API (American Petroleum Institute) performance classification to distinguish the performance and quality of lubricants.
SAE and API standards have been confirmed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), so engine oil is not subject to separate international standards. Other categories include ACEA (European Automobile Manufacturers Association), JASO (Japan Automotive Standards Organization) and various engine manufacturers' classifications.