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- ItemMotor Oil
- Size1 gal.
- Container TypeCan
- SAE Grade30
- ISO Viscosity GradeNot Specified
- Viscosity Index132
- Pour Point-35 Degrees C
- Flash Point235 Degrees C
- Dropping PointNot Specified
- Specific Gravity0.89 at 15.6 Degrees C
- Four-Ball WearNot Specified
- Timken OK LoadNot Specified
- Viscosity @ 40C77
- Viscosity @ 100C11
- ApplicationHeavy Duty Turbocharged and Supercharged Diesel and Gas Engines, Transportation Fleets Buses, Heavy Equipment, High Performance Racing Engines and Racing Street Cars
- StandardsASTM, USDA
- Green Certification or Other RecognitionUSDA BioPreferred Designated
- Green Environmental AttributeMade From Rapidly Renewable Resource
Compliance and Restrictions
Green Product - This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item is USDA BioPreferred Designated.
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