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Motor oil with specification 10w60

We can definitely say that 10w-60 engine oil is both synthetic and semi-synthetic. Synthetic oil 10w-60, as a rule, is used in auto engines with overestimated characteristics, these are turbine, forced engines at an elevated operating temperature (+ 140 ° C). As a rule, these are sports cars that require high-quality synthetics with specialized additives.

Technical characteristics of motor oils 10w-60

In the labeling of 10w-60 motor oils, there are numbers and letters that explain the technical characteristics and scope of application, as well as allow operating modes according to the SAE classification.

The numbers in front of the letter "W", 10 - the cryogenic viscosity indicator, which does not change up to -25 ° C.

The numbers after "W" explain that the indicator will be unchanged at + 90 ° C; + 100 ° C. The letter "W" itself shows that this oil is all seasonal.

From this it follows that at a temperature interval such oils have a viscosity of 10w60, from -25 ° C to the limit temperature of the motor, and in the summer period up to + 50 ° C, the indicators remain unchanged. At the same time, an easy start is guaranteed even in winter. High quality is maintained, the oil instantly flows into all elements without exception and reliably protects the car engine for a whole year.

Types and decoding of 10w-60 oils

According to SAE 10w60, decoding is carried out as follows:

10 is a critically low temperature index of viscosity. Indicates the possibility of free starting of the engine at temperatures from -25 ° to -30 ° C;

W – All-season oils;

60 is a pyrogenic viscosity index. The oil is quite thick at high temperature data.