Marine Oils
Marine Oils

Properties

Excellent deposit control for the high temperature zone of the engine, including piston under crowns and ring belt areas. Dispersants provide protection from deposits to valve decks, air ports, air blowers, air boxes, oil filters and oil coolers.

Long time high TBN number retaining during application, this even when heavy (sulphur type) fuels are being burned.

Providing excellent protection against wear and corrosion of engine parts.

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Note

This Technical Datasheet is considered being accurate at the date of printing. It has been compiled with the utmost care, but Chief Oil International B.V. cannot accept any responsibility for damage, of any kind, that may be caused by using these data or the product concerned. The information in this publication may not be considered as any guarantee of specific properties.

Marine Oils

Description: High quality solvent refined paraffinic oil and selected additives for the lubrication of marine engines.

Application: Crankcase oil for medium/high speed trunk piston engines operating on distillate fuels, and sometimes cylinder oil in crosshead diesel engines operating on distillate fuels.

Marine 312 and  412 are SAE 30 and SAE 40 engine oils with TBN 12mgKOH/g, suitable for use with fuels up to 1% sulphur.

Similarly Marine 330 and 430 apply when burning fuel up to maximum 2% sulphur, while Marine 340 and 440 are indicated in case of even higher fuel sulphur.

Specifications*

API CD
MIL-L-2104C
Caterpillar 1G2

MSDS

 MSDS Marine

 Typical analysis Marine