Castrol - Wakefield

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S OOT PROT EC T ION M A X IMUM P R OT EC T ION AG A IN S T T HE B UIL D ‑UP OF S O OT A ND S LUD GE Since its introduction in 2002, EGR technology requires engines to cope with an increased level of soot and contaminants. Tection Extra is formulated with more active dispersancy to better manage damaging soot, which can wear away vital engine components. The sooted oil MRV evaluation is an API CJ‑4‑approved method to measure the yield stress and viscosity of soot‑affected engine oils. The test evaluates the oils ability to stay in grade and maintain shear stability while absorbing and dispersing soot. As the chart shows, Castrol Tection Extra is capable of managing a level of soot much higher than the standard. The Cummins ISM test is the API's industry standard for engine wear caused by oil loaded with soot. As the chart proves, Castrol Tection Extra ensures reduced engine wear when compared to the industry standard. API CJ-4 Cummins ISM Engine Test 100 Crosshead (Normalized to 3.9% Soot) Top Ring Valve Adjusting Screw (ASWL) Increased soot related wear protection Increased soot related wear protection Sooted Oil MRV Evaluation 18,000 180 hr MRV 200 hour API CJ-4 400 hours Castrol Tection Extra API CJ-4 Castrol Tection Extra Increased soot related wear protection B A C K N E X T E 3 6 L A B C H E C K E N G i N E T R A N S M i S S i O N A X L E F i F T H W H E E L & G R E A S E S S U P E R C L E A N H O M E H Y D R A U L i C F L U i D S C A S T R O L T E C T i O N E X T R A 1 5 W‑ 4 0

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