Engine oil for trucks XENUM DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7

DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 – This is a fully synthetic lubricant based on carefully selected high-quality base oils, which meets the highest standards of operation of large trucks. It can be used on engines with or without particulate filters and exhaust catalysts, in conjunction with low sulfur fuel (50 ppm maximum).

 

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Weight

206 кг

Dimensions

100 × 50 × 50 см

volume

20 liters , 60 liters , 208 liters

Brand

XENUM

Product type

Motor oils

Properties

 Cleaning injectors , Anti-corrosion , Antioxidation , Biodiesel , Biodiesel , For heavy transport , For diesel engines , Engine wear protection , Less oil consumption , Stable viscosity index

Type of equipment

Universal

Type of oil base

Synthetic

SAE viscosity class

10W40

Engine type

Universal oils

API standard The classification of motor oils for cars and commercial vehicles is classified by the American Petroleum Institute (API). The classification certifies that the oil meets certain quality and performance standards. API certification is usually indicated on the product label or back label. The label contains two important pieces of information to determine if the motor oil is suitable for use in your vehicle.

CI-4 , SN

ACEA approval ACEA (European Automobile Manufacturers Association) has an oil rating system that you will find on the packaging of almost every oil on the market. ACEA motor oil specifications are designed to ensure that the oil can provide the necessary performance to meet the demands of today's engines. The specifications cover a range of properties such as viscosity, shear resistance (the ability to maintain viscosity and lubricating properties when two fluid layers move relative to each other at different speeds) and wear protection.

E6 , E7

Manufacturer's tolerances (OEM) The approvals of car manufacturers indicate that the oil has received confirmation of conformity for the engines of certain car manufacturers.

CUMMINS CES 20076 , CUMMINS CES 20077 , DAF Long Drain , DEUTZ DQC IV-10 LA , JASO DH-2 , Mack EO-N , MAN M 3271-1 , MAN M3477 , MB 228.51 , MTU Type 3.1 , RENAULT RGD , RENAULT RGD-2 , RENAULT VI RXD , VOLVO VDS-3

Country of manufacture

Belgium

Guarantee

14 days

Professional engine oil for trucks and heavy vehicles XENUM DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7

DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 – This is a semi-synthetic lubricant based on carefully selected high-quality base oils that meets the highest performance standards of large trucks. It can be used on engines with or without particulate filters and exhaust catalysts, in conjunction with low sulfur fuel (50 ppm maximum).

 

XENUM DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7

 

 

Properties of DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 oil: 

 

• Very powerful cleaning power that prevents deposits in the engine

• Very strong dispersion that prevents the settling of sediments and sludge

• Strong protection against corrosion and foam

• High and stable natural viscosity index

• Low content of ash sulfate (0.95%), phosphorus and sulfur (low SAPS)

• Strong anti-wear action, resulting in greatly reduced wear of piston rings and cylinder liners

• Helps reduce maintenance costs

 

 

Use of DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 oil:

Oil DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 designed for heavy diesel engines that work in the most difficult operating conditions and for a long time. This product is very suitable for Euro 4, Euro 5 and Euro 6 engines and low sulfur diesel. Also, this motor oil is suitable for use in engines with or without particulate filters and exhaust gas catalysts. This is a "low SAPS" type motor oil.

DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 can also be used in old diesel engines (Euro II, III, IV) and for some gas engines (CNG).

 

Physical characteristics of DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7:

Density at 15 ° C 0.861 kg / l
Viscosity -20 ° C 5990 m above sea level. with
Viscosity 40 ° C 90.00 mm² / s
Viscosity 100 ° C 14.50 mm² / s
Viscosity index 155
Flash point of COC 222 °C
Freezing temperature -36 °C
Total alkalinity 10.0 mgKOH / year
Sulfated ash 0,95 %

 

 

Oil specifications DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7:

 

SAE  10W40
ACEA  E6, E7
API  CI-4

 

 

Recommendations of car manufacturers:

OEM tolerances
CUMMINS CES 20076
CUMMINS CES 20077
DAF Long Drain
DEUTZ DQC-IV-10 LA
JASO DH-2
MACK EO-N
MAN M3271-1
MAN M3477
MB 228.51
MTU Type 3.1
RENAULT RGD
RENAULT RGD-2
RENAULT VI RXD
VOLVO VDS-3

 

Available volumes (Packaging) DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7:

20 l - REF. 2034020

60 l - REF. 2034060

208 l - REF. 2034208

 

What oil to pour in a diesel engine: secrets and features?

Diesel engines have long been quite popular. Compared to their gasoline counterparts, they work a little longer, are cheaper to maintain, and the price of fuel is much lower.
However, the diesel engine is quite capricious, so it is important to know some features in order not to get lost with the choice. So which oil is better to pour into a diesel engine?

The working principle of a diesel engine

The correct operation of diesel cars directly depends on the selected oil. In order to understand which oils to use for the correct operation of a diesel unit, you need to know the basics and principles of its operation, as well as understand the peculiarities of oil consumption in a diesel engine.

In a diesel engine, incomplete combustion of fuel often occurs, and the high oil pressure in the combustion chamber forces gases to enter the crankcase, which contributes to rapid oxidation, due to which the lubricating fluid quickly ages and changes its color. Another problem is the high content of sulfur, for example in domestic diesel fuel.

In diesel units, a turbine can be installed, in which case the choice of oil brand becomes even more difficult, because such an engine is even more demanding.

As you know, modern manufacturers add special additives to enhance its properties. It is important that diesel engine oil contains cleaning and detergent additives to reduce the level of soot and prevent soot from accumulating in the cylinders and on the timing parts. Alkaline and antioxidant additives are added to combat soot.

However, in addition to the content and type of additives, there are a lot of factors that should be paid attention to when choosing motor oil.

Characteristics of motor oils for diesel

Usually, the vehicle manufacturer specifies which engine oil should be used for each specific vehicle model. A specialist in such products can help you choose a suitable liquid.
Many car owners who deal with diesel engines try to use the best lubricants, while few really understand them and understand which oil should be poured into a diesel engine of a particular model, taking into account the year of manufacture of the car and its mileage.
First of all, you need to understand that there are several main types of oils. In order to understand them, it is necessary to understand in detail the features of each.

Definition according to the SAE standard

First of all, motor oil is classified according to the SAE international standard. On the label you can always see the marking made according to this standard - 5W-40, 10W-40, 15W40 and so on. The letter value W indicates belonging to the low-temperature class, other indicators indicate the degree of viscosity.
Accordingly, the smaller the number, the thinner the liquid is in the canister. The rate of oil flow through the channels of the lubrication system, how quickly it will be applied to the rubbing parts and the degree of rotation resistance depend on these indicators.

 

Oils for a diesel engine are most often used with the numbers 5W, 10W and 15W. They are designed to work at air temperatures of -25, -20 and -15, respectively, and are the most relevant.
The second digital indicator, for example, 40 on the marking of 5W-40, indicates the high-temperature viscosity, that is, after reaching the operating temperature of the engine.
It is important to consider that these indicators do not tell car owners about the nature of the origin of the oil. The same marking can be used for both mineral and synthetic oils. In addition, you should not judge the quality by these data. Each individual tool is used for certain cases, and the quality of the material is affected only by the production technology.

Classification according to the API standard

 

Speaking of classification according to API standards, some subcategories should be distinguished:
SS is used in diesel engines of the atmospheric type, or in engines with a small supercharge;
CD is used for engines with high supercharging, for fuel with a high sulfur content and for work in difficult conditions;
CE – for supercharged diesel engines manufactured after 1983;
CF-4 – for four-stroke engines produced after 1990;
CG-4 is used for modern models, it has high requirements for the level of toxicity;
CD-11, CF-2 are used for two-stroke diesel engines.
SL – Engine oils for cars manufactured after 2000. For multi-valve, turbocharged engines, working on lean mixtures, with increased requirements for energy saving and environmental friendliness. Oils meeting the requirements of API SL, SM may be used in cases where category SJ and earlier categories are recommended.
CI-4 – Category introduced since 2002. The oil corresponding to this level has higher dispersing properties (the number of detergent-dispersing additives), has increased resistance to thermal oxidation in comparison with the CH-4 class, provides a reduction in oil consumption for sod due to a reduction in volatility and a reduction in evaporation losses under the influence of gases during operation at a temperature of 370 ° C. Improved cold pumping, increased service life of engine seals due to improved oil compatibility with them. The class was introduced taking into account the strengthening of requirements for the environmental characteristics of engines and has been produced since October 1, 2002

Classification according to the ACEA standard

The European Association of Automobile Manufacturers also has special requirements, which puts car enthusiasts with the need to understand yet another classification.
Europeans have divided lubricants into 4 categories: A, B, C and E. And they also distinguish the class of energy saving.

ACEA E7 - provide excellent piston cleanliness, high-quality lubrication, reduced wear, helps reduce the amount of deposits. Intended for high-power diesel engines, they meet the environmental standards of Euro I, II, III, IV, V. They can be operated in very difficult conditions, for example, with greatly increased oil change intervals (in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations). Suitable for use in EGR models without a particulate filter, as well as some ICEs with an SCR NOx system.

If you have any doubts about using this oil in your car's engine, consult your car dealer.

 

 

Motor oils for trucks and heavy vehicles XENUM

 

This section presents engine oils for trucks and heavy vehicles from Xenum, which are ideal for many models of industrial engines and cars that are under constant loads. The oils have a special composition and are ideal for this type of transport. Choice of SAE viscosities: 10W40, 15W40. They have reinforced anti-wear packages and special additives that help improve the oil's performance.

Buy motor oils for trucks and engines of heavy transport  XENUM for diesel and gasoline engines with high mileage you can online wholesale and retail on the site xenum.ua from an official representative XENUM in Ukraine - companies DanAuto and our partners throughout the country (Vinnytsia, Lutsk, Dnipro, Donetsk, Zhytomyr, Uzhhorod, Zaporizhzhia, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kyiv, Kirovohrad, Luhansk, Lviv, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Poltava, Rivne, Sumy, Ternopil, Kharkiv, Kherson, Khmelnytskyi , Cherkasy, Chernihiv, Chernivtsi...)

 

 

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Professional engine oil for trucks and heavy vehicles XENUM DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7

DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 – This is a semi-synthetic lubricant based on carefully selected high-quality base oils that meets the highest performance standards of large trucks. It can be used on engines with or without particulate filters and exhaust catalysts, in conjunction with low sulfur fuel (50 ppm maximum).

 

XENUM DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7

 

 

Properties of DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 oil: 

 

• Very powerful cleaning power that prevents deposits in the engine

• Very strong dispersion that prevents the settling of sediments and sludge

• Strong protection against corrosion and foam

• High and stable natural viscosity index

• Low content of ash sulfate (0.95%), phosphorus and sulfur (low SAPS)

• Strong anti-wear action, resulting in greatly reduced wear of piston rings and cylinder liners

• Helps reduce maintenance costs

 

 

Use of DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 oil:

Oil DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 designed for heavy diesel engines that work in the most difficult operating conditions and for a long time. This product is very suitable for Euro 4, Euro 5 and Euro 6 engines and low sulfur diesel. Also, this motor oil is suitable for use in engines with or without particulate filters and exhaust gas catalysts. This is a "low SAPS" type motor oil.

DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7 can also be used in old diesel engines (Euro II, III, IV) and for some gas engines (CNG).

 

Physical characteristics of DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7:

Density at 15 ° C 0.861 kg / l
Viscosity -20 ° C 5990 m above sea level. with
Viscosity 40 ° C 90.00 mm² / s
Viscosity 100 ° C 14.50 mm² / s
Viscosity index 155
Flash point of COC 222 °C
Freezing temperature -36 °C
Total alkalinity 10.0 mgKOH / year
Sulfated ash 0,95 %

 

 

Oil specifications DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7:

 

SAE  10W40
ACEA  E6, E7
API  CI-4

 

 

Recommendations of car manufacturers:

OEM tolerances
CUMMINS CES 20076
CUMMINS CES 20077
DAF Long Drain
DEUTZ DQC-IV-10 LA
JASO DH-2
MACK EO-N
MAN M3271-1
MAN M3477
MB 228.51
MTU Type 3.1
RENAULT RGD
RENAULT RGD-2
RENAULT VI RXD
VOLVO VDS-3

 

Available volumes (Packaging) DIESEL SYNTH 10W40 E6/E7:

20 l - REF. 2034020

60 l - REF. 2034060

208 l - REF. 2034208

 

What oil to pour in a diesel engine: secrets and features?

Diesel engines have long been quite popular. Compared to their gasoline counterparts, they work a little longer, are cheaper to maintain, and the price of fuel is much lower.
However, the diesel engine is quite capricious, so it is important to know some features in order not to get lost with the choice. So which oil is better to pour into a diesel engine?

The working principle of a diesel engine

The correct operation of diesel cars directly depends on the selected oil. In order to understand which oils to use for the correct operation of a diesel unit, you need to know the basics and principles of its operation, as well as understand the peculiarities of oil consumption in a diesel engine.

In a diesel engine, incomplete combustion of fuel often occurs, and the high oil pressure in the combustion chamber forces gases to enter the crankcase, which contributes to rapid oxidation, due to which the lubricating fluid quickly ages and changes its color. Another problem is the high content of sulfur, for example in domestic diesel fuel.

In diesel units, a turbine can be installed, in which case the choice of oil brand becomes even more difficult, because such an engine is even more demanding.

As you know, modern manufacturers add special additives to enhance its properties. It is important that diesel engine oil contains cleaning and detergent additives to reduce the level of soot and prevent soot from accumulating in the cylinders and on the timing parts. Alkaline and antioxidant additives are added to combat soot.

However, in addition to the content and type of additives, there are a lot of factors that should be paid attention to when choosing motor oil.

Characteristics of motor oils for diesel

Usually, the vehicle manufacturer specifies which engine oil should be used for each specific vehicle model. A specialist in such products can help you choose a suitable liquid.
Many car owners who deal with diesel engines try to use the best lubricants, while few really understand them and understand which oil should be poured into a diesel engine of a particular model, taking into account the year of manufacture of the car and its mileage.
First of all, you need to understand that there are several main types of oils. In order to understand them, it is necessary to understand in detail the features of each.

Definition according to the SAE standard

First of all, motor oil is classified according to the SAE international standard. On the label you can always see the marking made according to this standard - 5W-40, 10W-40, 15W40 and so on. The letter value W indicates belonging to the low-temperature class, other indicators indicate the degree of viscosity.
Accordingly, the smaller the number, the thinner the liquid is in the canister. The rate of oil flow through the channels of the lubrication system, how quickly it will be applied to the rubbing parts and the degree of rotation resistance depend on these indicators.

 

Oils for a diesel engine are most often used with the numbers 5W, 10W and 15W. They are designed to work at air temperatures of -25, -20 and -15, respectively, and are the most relevant.
The second digital indicator, for example, 40 on the marking of 5W-40, indicates the high-temperature viscosity, that is, after reaching the operating temperature of the engine.
It is important to consider that these indicators do not tell car owners about the nature of the origin of the oil. The same marking can be used for both mineral and synthetic oils. In addition, you should not judge the quality by these data. Each individual tool is used for certain cases, and the quality of the material is affected only by the production technology.

Classification according to the API standard

 

Speaking of classification according to API standards, some subcategories should be distinguished:
SS is used in diesel engines of the atmospheric type, or in engines with a small supercharge;
CD is used for engines with high supercharging, for fuel with a high sulfur content and for work in difficult conditions;
CE – for supercharged diesel engines manufactured after 1983;
CF-4 – for four-stroke engines produced after 1990;
CG-4 is used for modern models, it has high requirements for the level of toxicity;
CD-11, CF-2 are used for two-stroke diesel engines.
SL – Engine oils for cars manufactured after 2000. For multi-valve, turbocharged engines, working on lean mixtures, with increased requirements for energy saving and environmental friendliness. Oils meeting the requirements of API SL, SM may be used in cases where category SJ and earlier categories are recommended.
CI-4 – Category introduced since 2002. The oil corresponding to this level has higher dispersing properties (the number of detergent-dispersing additives), has increased resistance to thermal oxidation in comparison with the CH-4 class, provides a reduction in oil consumption for sod due to a reduction in volatility and a reduction in evaporation losses under the influence of gases during operation at a temperature of 370 ° C. Improved cold pumping, increased service life of engine seals due to improved oil compatibility with them. The class was introduced taking into account the strengthening of requirements for the environmental characteristics of engines and has been produced since October 1, 2002

Classification according to the ACEA standard

The European Association of Automobile Manufacturers also has special requirements, which puts car enthusiasts with the need to understand yet another classification.
Europeans have divided lubricants into 4 categories: A, B, C and E. And they also distinguish the class of energy saving.

ACEA E7 - provide excellent piston cleanliness, high-quality lubrication, reduced wear, helps reduce the amount of deposits. Intended for high-power diesel engines, they meet the environmental standards of Euro I, II, III, IV, V. They can be operated in very difficult conditions, for example, with greatly increased oil change intervals (in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations). Suitable for use in EGR models without a particulate filter, as well as some ICEs with an SCR NOx system.

If you have any doubts about using this oil in your car's engine, consult your car dealer.

 

 

Motor oils for trucks and heavy vehicles XENUM

 

This section presents engine oils for trucks and heavy vehicles from Xenum, which are ideal for many models of industrial engines and cars that are under constant loads. The oils have a special composition and are ideal for this type of transport. Choice of SAE viscosities: 10W40, 15W40. They have reinforced anti-wear packages and special additives that help improve the oil's performance.

Buy motor oils for trucks and engines of heavy transport  XENUM for diesel and gasoline engines with high mileage you can online wholesale and retail on the site xenum.ua from an official representative XENUM in Ukraine - companies DanAuto and our partners throughout the country (Vinnytsia, Lutsk, Dnipro, Donetsk, Zhytomyr, Uzhhorod, Zaporizhzhia, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kyiv, Kirovohrad, Luhansk, Lviv, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Poltava, Rivne, Sumy, Ternopil, Kharkiv, Kherson, Khmelnytskyi , Cherkasy, Chernihiv, Chernivtsi...)

 

 

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XENUM IS THE POWER OF TECHNOLOGY FOR YOUR VEHICLE

Additional Information

Weight

206 кг

Dimensions

100 × 50 × 50 см

volume

20 liters , 60 liters , 208 liters

Brand

XENUM

Product type

Motor oils

Properties

 Cleaning injectors , Anti-corrosion , Antioxidation , Biodiesel , Biodiesel , For heavy transport , For diesel engines , Engine wear protection , Less oil consumption , Stable viscosity index

Type of equipment

Universal

Type of oil base

Synthetic

SAE viscosity class

10W40

Engine type

Universal oils

API standard The classification of motor oils for cars and commercial vehicles is classified by the American Petroleum Institute (API). The classification certifies that the oil meets certain quality and performance standards. API certification is usually indicated on the product label or back label. The label contains two important pieces of information to determine if the motor oil is suitable for use in your vehicle.

CI-4 , SN

ACEA approval ACEA (European Automobile Manufacturers Association) has an oil rating system that you will find on the packaging of almost every oil on the market. ACEA motor oil specifications are designed to ensure that the oil can provide the necessary performance to meet the demands of today's engines. The specifications cover a range of properties such as viscosity, shear resistance (the ability to maintain viscosity and lubricating properties when two fluid layers move relative to each other at different speeds) and wear protection.

E6 , E7

Manufacturer's tolerances (OEM) The approvals of car manufacturers indicate that the oil has received confirmation of conformity for the engines of certain car manufacturers.

CUMMINS CES 20076 , CUMMINS CES 20077 , DAF Long Drain , DEUTZ DQC IV-10 LA , JASO DH-2 , Mack EO-N , MAN M 3271-1 , MAN M3477 , MB 228.51 , MTU Type 3.1 , RENAULT RGD , RENAULT RGD-2 , RENAULT VI RXD , VOLVO VDS-3

Country of manufacture

Belgium

Guarantee

14 days

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