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III - TRANSMISSION FLUIDS

PRODUCT Kinematic Viscosity cSt@ 40C 100C


38 7.4

Viscosity INDEX

Flash Point COC C


210

ADNOC Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF)

165

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION
ADNOC ATF is a versatile multifunctional power transmission fluid satisfying both Dexron II and Ford friction modified specification. (But it is not Ford Type F Fluid). Recommended for passenger car and commercial vehicle automatic transmission, Hydraulic systems of mobile and off highway equipment, Industrial application and marine hydraulics -

PERFORMANCE LEVEL
Dexron II, Dexron, TASA Ford Mercon Ford M2C 138-CJ Ford M2C 166-H Allison C4 CAT TO-2 MB 236.6 Meets requirements of ZF, Voith, VW/Audi, Renk, Clark Scania and many others.

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III - TRANSMISSION FLUIDS


PRODUCT Kinematic Viscosity Flash Viscosity INDEX Point cSt@ COC 40C 100C C
38 7.3 160 210

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION

PERFORMANCE LEVEL

ADNOC Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) DII

ADNOC Automatic Transmission Fluid DII is generally suitable for transmissions where Dexron - II, Dexron or Type A Suffix A, are required. It can also be used in torque converters where Allison C3 fluid is requested.

Dexron II Dexron Type A Suffix A Allison C3

ADNOC Transmission Oil T4-30 T4-40 T4-50

111 148 225

12.0 14.5 19.0

97 96 95

230 240 250

ADNOC Transmission Oil (T4) is a high quality oil specially tailored to meet the new specifications of Caterpillar Power Transmission TO-4. It also meets the specification of GM Allison Transmissions C4.

- CAT TO-4 - Allison C4

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IV - BRAKE FLUIDS
PRODUCT Kinematic Viscosity cSt@ -40C 100C 1375 1200 2.5 2.3 Reflux B.P.C Original Equilibrium 238 265 Wet Equilibrium 148 167

ADNOC BRAKE FLUID DOT 3 ADNOC BRAKE FLUID DOT 4

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION
ADNOC BRAKE FLUIDS are Synthetic-based Brake fluid recommended for use in automotive drum and disc brake systems designed to use synthetic fluids. It will provide a margin of safety against brake fade where abnormally high-system temperatures are generated by heavy-duty vehicle operation.

PERFORMANCE LEVEL
ADNOC Brake Fluids DOT 3 and DOT 4 conforms to the FMVSS 116 DOT 3 and FMVSS 116 DOT 4 respectively and the SAE J1703F

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V - COOLANTS
PRODUCT Specific Gravity at 25C 1.05 Boiling Point C 107 Freezing Point C -17

ADNOC Autocool

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION
It is a full fill coolant for all liquid cooled crankcase cooling systems. It contains anti- corrosion and anti-rust additives. Harmless to rubber and does not foam or clog radiators. It is already diluted with water to 33% concentration and hence can be used directly in cooling systems without further dilution. Note : The product is also available in 100% concentration (ethyleneglycol based) to be diluted with water at the required percentage.

PERFORMANCE LEVEL
- Complies with most engine manufacturers requirements for full fill coolants.

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VI - FLUSHING OIL
PRODUCT Kinematic Viscosity cSt@ 40C 100C
30 5.3

Viscosity INDEX

Flash Point COC C


222

ADNOC Flushing Oil

108

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION
ADNOC Flushing Oil is a high viscosity index general purpose flushing oil for flushing of lubricating oil systems.

PERFORMANCE LEVEL

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INDUSTRIAL LUBRICANTS

PRODUCT

Kinematic Viscosity cSt@ 40C 100C


22 32 46 68 100 150 21 31 44 66 98 150 4.2 5.3 6.6 8.5 10.9 14.5

Viscosity INDEX

Flash Point COC C


222 225 226 234 240 245

ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC

Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic

Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil

H H H H H H

100 100 99 97 95 95

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION
These are premium quality hydraulic oils. The range contains anticorrosion, anti oxidation, anti-wear and anti-loam additives, specially selected to maintain good air-release properties. The high viscosity index insures excellent viscosity characteristics over a wide range of temperatures. ADNOC Hydraulic Oil H is compatible with sealing materials used in hydraulic installations.

PERFORMANCE LEVEL
Meets the following specifications. - Denison HF0 and HF2 - Sperry Vickers 35VQ25 - Cincinnati Milacron P-68, P-69, P-70. - DIN 51524 (Part 2)

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INDUSTRIAL LUBRICANTS
PRODUCT Kinematic Viscosity Flash Viscosity INDEX Point cSt@ COC 40C 100C C
HP HP HP HP HP 22 32 46 68 100 22 30.3 45.2 65.4 94 4.9 6.0 8.0 10.6 13.9 150 150 150 150 150 208 215 220 230 240

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION

ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC

Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic

Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil

E E E E E

Premium quality hydraulic oils of high viscosity index. Blended from high quality base Oil and a mixture of anti-oxidant, anti-rust, anti-wear, and anti-foam additives. In addition they contain a highly stable viscosity index improver which make them suitable for applications with a wide range of temperature change. ADNOC Hydraulic Oil E HP are formulated to meet the same specifications as ADNOC Hydraulic Oil H grades listed above.

ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC

Circulating Circulating Circulating Circulating Circulating Circulating Circulating Circulating Circulating

Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil

22 32 46 68 100 150 220 320 460

21 31 44 66 98 150 220 320 460

4.2 5.3 6.6 8.5 10.9 14.5 18.7 24.0 30.4

100 100 99 97 95 95 95 95 95

222 225 226 234 240 245 254 272 286

ADNOC Circulating Oils are highly refined paraffinic oils. They are particularly suited for large journal bearings lubricated by circulating systems. They may also be used as hydraulic fluids, industrial gear lubricants and general purpose oils.

ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC

Industrial Industrial Industrial Industrial Industrial Industrial Industrial

Gear Gear Gear Gear Gear Gear Gear

Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil

EP EP EP EP EP EP EP

68 100 150 220 320 460 680

66 98 150 220 320 460 680

8.5 10.9 14.5 18.7 24.0 30.4 37.3

97 95 95 95 95 95 90

220 228 249 251 252 254 257

ADNOC Industrial Gear Oils are premium quality, general purpose, gear and bearing oils. They are lead-free EP lubricants and are protected against foaming; they separate readily from water and are non-corrosive to steel, copper and bronze. ADNOC Industrial Gear Oils are recommended wherever industrial EP Gear Oils are needed. They are suitable for heavy loaded gear sets including worm and industrial hypoid units for gears that are subjected to shock loading. Conforms to AGMA specifications.

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INDUSTRIAL LUBRICANTS
PRODUCT Kinematic Viscosity Flash Viscosity INDEX Point cSt@ COC 40C 100C C
31 44 66 76 98 150 220 320 460 31 44 5.3 6.6 8.5 9.3 10.9 14.5 18.7 24.0 30.4 5.3 6.6 100 99 97 97 95 95 95 95 95 100 100 220 228 237 240 250 257 260 272 290 220 228

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION
ADNOC Turbine Oils are premium quality paraffinic oils used to lubricate and protect the most exacting industrial equipment. ADNOC Turbine Oils have been used successfully in many power stations to lubricate steam and gas turbines. In addition these oils find application in circulating systems, anti-friction bearings, enclosed gears, hydraulic units, compressor crankcases and many other applications requiring extended service lubrication. Highly refined paraffinic basetocks together with carefully selected additives combine to give excellent oxidation stability, rust protection, high VI, resistance to air entrainment, resistance to foaming, and good demulsibility. Meets BS 489 and DIN 51515 spec. for steam turbines and GEK 28143A for Frame 5 gas turbines. ADNOC Gas Turbine Oil is a premium quality high performance mineral oil developed specially to meet the increasing need of modern heavy duty gas turbines for higher oxidation stability oil. It meets the General Electric specification GEK 32568C for high operating temperatures as well as the GEK 28143A, DIN 51515 and BS 489-1984. Narrow cut paraffinic base oils blended with selected anti-oxidant & rust inhibitors to give low carbon forming tendencies in air compressors applications. They meet the requirements of DIN 51506 VD-L Category (air discharge temperatures up to 220C). ADNOC Compressor Oils are designed for use in rotary and reciprocating compressors both for stationary and mobile applications. These oils can also be used in vacuum pumps because of their low volatility. Straight paraffinic mineral oils suitable for circulating oil systems including lubrication of large journal bearings, and for many industrial hydraulic applications where non-additive oils are required. Also suitable for oncethrough lubrication systems and gears not requiring heavy duty oils.

ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC

Turbine Turbine Turbine Turbine Turbine Turbine Turbine Turbine Turbine

Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil

E E E E E E E E E

32 46 68 77 100 150 220 320 460

ADNOC Gas Turbine Oil E 32 ADNOC Gas Turbine Oil E 46

ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC

Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor Compressor

Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil

32 46 68 100 150

31 44 66 98 150

5.3 6.6 8.5 10.9 14.5

100 99 97 95 95

210 215 220 232 250

ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC

General General General General General General General General

Purpose Purpose Purpose Purpose Purpose Purpose Purpose Purpose

Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil

32 46 68 100 150 220 320 460

31 44 66 98 150 220 320 460

5.3 6.6 8.5 10.9 14.5 18.7 24.0 30.4

100 99 97 95 95 95 95 95

225 235 241 257 265 274 282 293

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INDUSTRIAL LUBRICANTS
PRODUCT Kinematic Viscosity cSt@ 40C -15C
13.9 7.6 423 315

Pour Point C
-49 -50

Flash Point COC C


166 156

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION

ADNOC Transformer Oil BS 148 (Class I) ADNOC Transformer Oil BS 148 (Class II)

ADNOC Transformer Oil BS 148 (Class I) is a carefully refined high quality oil, having inherently high thermal and oxidation stability. It is eminently suitable as a transformer and switch gear oil. Good gas absorption properties. Good low temperature fluidity. This grade fully meets B.S. 148 (1972) and 1984 Class I uninhibited transformer oil and fully meets standards of oxidation stability and electric strength set by the International Electro-Technical Committee (I.E.C. 296 Class I) and Australian Standard AS 1767 : 1975. Note: ADNOC Transformer Oil BS 148 (1984) Class IIA and Class IA are also available on request.

ADNOC Concrete Mould Oil

ADNOC Concrete Mould Oil is a compound that acts chemically to prevent bonding between form and concrete. Mould Oil has a water proofing effect on wooden forms and it protects steel forms against rusting. Mould Oil is also used as a general preservative and cleaning agent for all tools and equipment used in handling concrete mix.

ADNOC Heat Transfer Fluid E 500

30.4

227

ADNOC Heat Transfer Fluid E 500 is recommended in service for closed systems where bulk temperature does not exceed 320C.

ADNOC Soluble Cutting Oil

62

185

ADNOC Soluble Cutting Oil is a high performance, versatile product suitable for lubricating and cooling a wide range of metal cutting and grinding operations. It has an outstanding emulsion stability and readily mixes with water. It is recommended at 10:1 up to 20:1 water oil dilution for milling, boring and turning and 40:1 for grinding.

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MARINE LUBRICANTS
Kinematic Viscosity Flash Viscosity INDEX Point cSt@ COC 40C 100C C
110 146 225 12.0 14.5 19.0 98 96 95 250 258 264

PRODUCT

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION

ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 312 ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 412 ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 512

These products are API CD, heavy-duty, detergent-type oils of medium alkalinity and are recommended for crankcase lubrication of Trunk piston, turbocharged, marine diesel engines operating under severe conditions on distillate fuels. They can also be used for lubricating trunk piston engines burning low-viscosity residual fuels with sulphur contents not exceeding 1.5 mass %. These products have TBN value of 12 mgKOH/g.

ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 324 ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 424

110 146

12.0 14.5

98 96

246 254

These products are premium quality alkaline-type detergent lubricants for use in trunk piston diesel engines burning residual fuels. Formulated with first quality base oils of good oxidation resistance, these oils have a high performance additive system which provides the detergency, and alkalinity characteristics necessary to maintain engine cleanliness and minimize wear. The products have a TBN value of 24 mgKOH/g and are of API CD performance level. These products are 30 TBN heavy duty, detergent type crankcase oils to be used in high specific output, medium speed trunk piston marine diesel engines burning residual fuels under all conditions. They meet API CD and conforms with the lubricant oil requirements of major manufacturers of high rated trunk piston marine engines.

ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 330 ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 430

110 146

12.0 14.5

98 96

244 252

ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 340 ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 440 ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 540

110 146 225

12.0 14.5 19.0

98 96 95

240 250 260

These products are 40 TBN heavy duty, detergent type crankcase oils to be used in high specific output, medium speed trunk piston marine diesel engines burning residual fuels under all conditions. They meet API CD and conform with the lubricant oil requirements of major manufacturers of high rated trunk piston marine engines.

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MARINE LUBRICANTS
PRODUCT Kinematic Viscosity Flash Viscosity INDEX Point cSt@ COC 40C 100C C
110 12.0 98 255

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION

ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 306

ADNOC Marine Engine Oil X 306 is a premium quality lubricant for crosshead diesel engine crankcase systems. It is especially effective in highly rated crosshead engines with oil-cooled pistons, power take-off (PTO) gear applications and may be used in certain trunk piston diesel engines. It has a TBN value of 6 mgKOH/g.

ADNOC Marine System Oil X 300

111

12.0

97

266

ADNOC Marine System Oil X 300 is premium quality lubricant blended with first quality base oils and fortified with oxidation and corrosion inhibitors. It is designed primarily for crankcase lubrication in low-speed crosshead type main propulsion engines. It can also be used for miscellaneous shipboard applications requiring an SAE 30 oil.

ADNOC Marine Cylinder Oil X 622

270

22.0

98

252

ADNOC Marine Cylinder Oil X 622 is a 22TBN, high viscosity product specially formulated for cylinder lubrication of crosshead engines burning residual fuels of low sulfur content. It is characterised by its excellent antiwear, deposit control, and overall cylinder cleaning properties.

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MARINE LUBRICANTS
PRODUCT Kinematic Viscosity Flash Viscosity INDEX Point cSt@ COC 40C 100C C
234 19.5 95 230

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION

ADNOC Marine Cylinder Oil X 570

ADNOC Marine Cylinder Oil X 570 is a 70 TBN product designed for the cylinder lubrication of crosshead engines burning residual fuel of high sulfur content. It is particularly suitable for engines of high maximum pressures and high stroke-to-bore ratio.

ADNOC Marine Cylinder Oil X 690

330

24.5

95

224

ADNOC Marine Cylinder Oil X 690 is an SAE 60 Viscosity oil with 90TBN similar to the above X 570 Oil but intended for certain engine builder requirements where higher Viscosity and higher TBN oil is required.

ADNOC Turbine Oil E T 77 (Other higher Viscosity grades are also available on request)

75

9.2

96

242

ADNOC Turbine E T77 oil is a premium quality turbine lubricant blended from solvent-refined paraffinic basestocks that have naturally high viscosity index and good oxidation stability. ADNOC Turbine E T77 oil is designed for use in geared-turbine propulsion units, turbo-electric propulsion units, enclosed steam engines, thrust bearings, ring-oiled journal bearings and various auxiliary machinery such as turbochargers, pumps, speed reducers, governors and other equipment. Note : Contamination with detergent oils can lead to foaming and filter plugging.

ADNOC Stern Tube Lube 150

156

14.9

95

228

ADNOC Stern Tube Lube 150 is a high quality oil formulated from paraffinic, high V.I. oils. It is mainly used for the lubrication of stern tubes in ships.

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GREASES
PRODUCT Kinematic Viscosity of B.O. cSt@ 40C 100C
220 220 220 220 220 220 290 290 290 290 290 150-200 150-200 150-200 150-200 16 16 16 16 16 16 19 19 19 19 19 -

Penetration @25C
Unworked Worked

Dropping Point C Min


175 180 185 185 185 185 175 180 185 185 185 185 185 185 185

ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC ADNOC

Grease No.0 Grease No.1 Grease No.2 Grease No.3 MP Grease MP Grease Moly Grease EP 0 Grease EP 1 Grease EP 2 Grease EP 3 EP Grease Moly Grease S2 Grease S3 Crease EP S2 Grease EP S3

370 325 280 235 280 280 370 325 280 235 280 280 235 280 235

DESCRIPTION/APPLICATION
ADNOC GREASE are first quality lithium soap greases suitable for lubricating many types of mechanical equipment. Manufactured from lithium soap, high quality base oils and oxidation, rust and wear inhibitors. They have excellent shear stability, and good resistance to oxidation and water washing. ADNOC GREASE NO 0, 1, 2, and 3 are general purpose automotive greases suitable for wheel bearings, linkages and other grease points for vehicles operating under normal load conditions. ADNOC EP GREASES contain extreme pressure additives also. ADNOC MP GREASE MOLY contains molybdenum disulphide as well as rust, oxidation and wear inhibitors. ADNOC EP GREASE MOLY contains extreme pressure additives also. THE ADNOC GREASE S range offer special high quality greases manufactured to meet the requirements of SKF R2F tests recommended for all types of industrial application. They are produced in normal grease grades S2 and S3 and extreme pressure EP S2 and EP S3 (NLGI 2 and 3)

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PACKAGING OF ADNOC LUBRICANTS


ADNOC Lubricating Oils are contained in metal and plastic containers as follows:
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One litre round metal cans. These are packed in cartons of 24 x l litre cans. Four litre rectangular metal cans. These are packed in cartons of 6 x 4 litre cans. Five litre rectangular metal cans. These are packed in cartons of 4 x 5 litre cans. 208 litre metal drums. 20 litre plastic or metal pails. One litre plastic bottles. These are packed in cartons of 12 x l litre bottles. 0.25 litre and 0.5 litre metal tins for brake fluids in (48 x 0.25 l) and (24 x 0.5 l) cartons. Plastic cans can be supplied in place of metal tins as per customer requirements for specific markets.

Normally, Automotive Lube Oils are supplied in any one of the above packaging forms while Industrial and Marine Lubricants are supplied in 208 liter metal drums, but these lubricants can also be supplied in 4 litre tin cans as requested by customers.

ADNOC Greases are contained in 175 kg metal drums, 18/15 kg plastic pails and 1 kg cans; but they can also be supplied in
other types of containers as requested by customers.
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APPENDICES
API ENGINE SERVICE CLASSIFICATIONS
The API Engine Service Classification system currently includes twenty classes of service; nine for service station (S series) and eleven for commercial application (C series). It is an open ended system, which allows for the addition of new designations without changing or deleting existing ones.

S Service Station Classification


SA formerly for Utility Gasoline and Diesel Engine Service Service Typical of older engines operated under such mild conditions that the protection afforded by compound oils is not required. This classification has no performance requirements and oils in this category should not be used in any engine unless specifically recommended by the equipment manufacturer. SB for Minimum Duty Gasoline Engine Service Service typical of older engines operated under such mild conditions that only minimum protection afforded by compounding is desired. Oils designed for this service have been used since the 1930s and provided only anti-scuff capability and resistance to oil oxidation and bearing corrosion. They should not be used in any engine unless specifically recommended by the equipment manufacturer. SC for 1964 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance Service. Service typical of gasoline engines in 1964 through 1967 models of passenger cars and some trucks operating under engine manufacturers warranties in effect during those model years. Oils designed for this service provide control of high and lowtemperature deposits, wear, rust and corrosion in gasoline engines. SD for 1968 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance Service Service typical of gasoline engines in 1968 through 1970 models of passenger cars and some trucks operating under engine manufacturers warranties in effect during those model years. Also may apply to certain 1971 and/or later models as specified (or recommended) in the owners manuals. Oils designed for this service provide more protection against high and low-temperature engine deposits, wear, rust and corrosion in gasoline engines, than oils which are satisfactory for API Engine Service Classification SC and may be used when API Engine Service Classification SC is recommended. SE for 1972 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance Service Service typical of gasoline engines in passenger cars and some trucks beginning with 1972 models and certain 1971 models operating under engine manufacturers warranties. Oils designed for this service provide more protection against oil oxidation, high-temperature engine deposits, rust and corrosion in gasoline engines, than oils which are satisfactory for API Engine Service Classification SD or SC and may be used when either of these classification is recommended. SF for 1980 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance service Service typical of gasoline engines in passenger cars and some trucks beginning with 1980 models operating under engine manufacturers recommended maintenance procedures. Oils developed for this service provide increase oxidation stability and improved anti-wear performance relative to oils which meet the minimum requirements to API Service Category SE. These oils also provide protection against engine deposits, rust and corrosion. Oils meeting API Service Category SF may be used where API Service Categories SE,SD, or SC are recommended. SG for 1989 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance Service The Category SG denotes service typical of gasoline engines in passenger cars, vans and light trucks beginning with 1989 model year operating under engine manufacturers recommended maintenance procedures. Category SG quality oils include the performance properties of API Service Category CC. (Certain manufactures of gasoline engine require oils also meeting API Service Category CD). Oils developed for this service provide improved control of engine deposits, oil oxidation, and engine wear relative to oils developed for previous categories. These oils also provide protection against rust and corrosion. Oils meeting API Service Category SG may be used where API Service Categories SF, SE, SF/CC or SE/CC are recommended. SH for 1994 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance Service. The Category SH denotes service typical of gasoline engines and earlier passenger cars, vans and light trucks operation under vehicle manufacturer recommended maintenance procedures. Engine oils developed for this category provide performance exceeding the minimum performance requirements for API SG, which it is intended to replace, in the areas of deposit control, oil oxidation, wear, rust and corrosion. Engine oils meeting the API SH designation have been tested according to the Chemical Manufacturers Association (CMA) Product approval Code of Practice, may utilize the API Base oil interchange and Viscosity Grade Engine Testing Guidelines and may be used where API Service Category SG and earlier categories have been recommended. SJ for 1997 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance Service. API Service Category SJ was adopted for use in describing engine oils available in 1996. These oils are for use in service typical of gasoline engines in current and earlier passenger-car, sport utility vehicle, van, and light truck operations under vehicle manufacturers recommended maintenance procedures. Engine oils that meet the API Service Category SJ designation may be used where API Service Category SH and earlier Categories have been recommended.

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APPENDICES
C Commercial Classification
CA for light Duty Diesel Engine Service Service typical of diesel engines operated in mild to moderate duty with high-quality fuels and occasionally has included gasoline engines in mild service. They are widely used in the late 1940s but should not be used in any engine unless specifically recommended by the equipment manufacturer. CB for Moderate Duty Diesel Engine Service Service typical of diesel engines operated in mild to moderate duty with lower-quality fuels which necessitate more protection from wear and deposits. Oils designed for this service were introduced in 1949. CC for Moderate Duty Diesel and Gasoline Engine Service Service typical of certain naturally aspirated turbocharged or supersharged diesel engines operated in moderate to severe-duty service and certain heavy-duty gasoline engines. Oils designed for this service provide protection from high-temperature deposits and bearing corrosion in these diesel engines and also from rust, corrosion and low-temperature deposits in gasoline engines. These oils were introduced in 1961. CD for severe Duty Diesel Engine Service Service typical of certain naturally-aspirated, turbocharged or supercharged diesel engines where highly effective control of wear and deposits is vital, or when using fuels of a wide quality range including high-sulphur fuels. Oils designed for this service were introduced in 1955 and provide protection from bearing corrosion and from high-temperature deposits in these diesel engines. CD-II severe Duty Two-Stroke Cycle Diesel Engine Service Service typical of two-stroke cycle diesel engines requiring highly effective control over wear and deposits. Oils designed to this service also meet all performance requirement of API Service Category CD. CE for Severe Duty Turbocharged or Supercharge Diesel Engine Service Service typical or turbocharged or supercharged diesel engines manufactured since 1983 and operated under both low-speed, high-load & high speed high-load conditions. Oils designed for this service may also be used when previous API engine service categories for diesel engines are recommended. CF - Indirect-injected Diesel Engine Service Service typical of indirect-injected diesel engines and other diesel engines that use a broad range of fuel types, including those using fuel with high sulfur content; for example, over 0.5% wt. Effective control of piston deposits, wear and coppercontaining bearing corrosion is essential for these engines, which may be naturally aspirated, turbocharged or supercharged. Oils designated for this service have been in existence since 1994 and may be used when API Service Category CD is recommended. CF-2-Severe-Duty Two-Stroke Cycle Diesel Engine Service Service typical of two-stroke cycle diesel engines requiring highly effective control over cylinder and ring-face scuffing and deposits. Oils designed to this service have been in existence since 1994 and may also be used when API Engine Service Category CD-II is recommended. These Oils do not necessarily meet the requirements of API CF or CF-4 unless they pass the test requirements for these categories. CF-4-1990 Diesel Engine Service Describes oils for use in high-speed, four-stroke-cycle, diesel engines, API CF-4 oils exceed the requirements for the CE category providing improved control of oil consumption and piston deposits. These oils should be used in place of CE oils. They are particularly suited for on-high way, heavy-duty truck applications. CG-4-1994 Severe Duty Diesel Engine Service API Service Category CG-4 describes oils for use in high-speed four stroke-cycle diesel engines used in both heavy-duty on-highway (0.05% wt sulfur fuel) and off-highway (less than 0.5% wt sulfur fuel) applications. CG-4 oils provide effective control over high-temperature piston deposits, wear, corrosion, foaming, oxidation stability, and soot accumulation. These oils are especially effective in engines designed to meet 1994 exhaust emission standards and may also be used in engines requiring API Service Categories CD, CE and CF-4. Oils designed for this service have been in existence since 1994. CH-4-1998 Severe Duty Diesel Engine Service API Service Category CH-4 describes oils for use in high-speed, four-stoke diesel engines designed to meet 1998 exhaust emissions standards as well as for previous model years. CH-4 oils are specifically compounded for use with diesel fuels ranging in sulfur content up to 0.5 percent weight.

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API SERVICE DESIGNATIONS - GEAR OILS


API GL-1 - Specified for some manual transmissions. No friction modifiers or EP additive permitted. API GL-2 - Worm gears - Industrial oils. API GL-3 - Manual transmissions/moderately loaded spiral bevel axles. API GL-4 - Spiral bevel drive axles, light duty hypoids, manual transmissions and European transaxles. API GL-5 - Hypoid drive axles. Equivalent to MIL-L-2105C. API GL-6 - Passenger car (hypoid axles height offset.

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U.S. MILITARY SPECIFICATION DESCRIPTIONS


MIL-L-2104A - Obsolete specification for crankcase oils. Required performance in the L-1 diesel engine test and the L-4 gasoline test. MIL-L-2104A (Supplements 1) - obsolete specification for crankcase oils. Same engine tests as MIL-L2104A, but performance requirement made stricter by using higher sulphur fuel in the diesel engine test. MIL-L-2104B - Obsolete Specification for crankcase oils for general duty service. Required performance in the 1-H, L-38 and LTD engine tests. MIL-L-2104C - Obsolete specification for crankcase oils for service in tactical military vehicles. Equivalent to API Service CD in diesel performance and API Service SC to SD in gasoline engine performance. MIL-L-2104D - Obsolete specification for crankcase oils for service in tactical military vehicles. Equivalent to API Service CD in diesel performance and API Service SD to SE in gasoline engine performance. MIL-L2104D replaced MIL-L2104C and represents higher performance criteria. Indicates in most cases API-CD/SE level. MIL-L-2104E - Current specification for crankcase oils for service in tactical military vehicles. Equivalent to API Service CD-II in diesel performance and, while exceeding API Service SF in gasoline engine performance, does not quite match API Service SG performance level. MIL-L-2105 - Obsolete specification for multi-purpose gear lubricants. Required performance at a level equivalent to API Service GL-4 MIL-L-2105B - Obsolete specification for multi-purpose automotive gear lubricants. Required performance in the L-37 and L-42 gear tests and L-33 moisture corrosion test Equivalent to API Service GL-5. MIL-L-2105C - Current specification for multi-purpose automotive gear lubricants. Same performance requirements as MIL-L2105B but covers SAE 75w, 80w-90 and 85w-140 grades. MIL-L-2105D - As in MIL-L 2105C but allows the use of re-refined base oils. MIL-L-45199B - Obsolete specification for crankcase oils for severe service in diesel engines. Equivalent to Caterpillar Superior Lubricants (Series 3) with addition of L-38 test. MIL-L-46152A - Obsolete specification for commercial vehicles operated by the Military and government agencies. Does not contain restrictions on the use of rerefined base oils. Includes a limit of 0.14% on phosphorus, which was inserted to reduce fouling of catalytic converters. Combines performance requirements of API Service SE and CC. MIL-L-46152B - Obsolete specification for crankcase oils for commercial vehicles operated by the military and government agencies. Combines requirements of API Services DF and CC. Also contains a 0.14% limit on phosphorus and contains no restrictions on the use of re-fined base oils. MIL-L-46152C - replaced MIL-L-46152B but the changes are minor including the presentation of certificate that the oil blends do not contain carcinogens among other things. None of these minor changes made any effect on the performance level which is still at API-SF/C. MIL-L-46152D - Obsolete specification for crankcase oils for commercial vehicles operated by the military and government agencies. Combine the requirements of API services SC and CC. Provides improved dispersancy, antiwear and antioxidant properties over the MIL-L-46152C product. MIL-L-46152E - Specification for crankcase oils for commercial vehicles operated by the military and government agencies. Combines the requirements of API Services SC and CC and stipulates only multigrade oils Limits are included for both high temperature high shear (HTHS) viscosity and evaporation loss.

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TABLE 1-2
Current API Engine Service Classifations Service Station Engine Service SA SB SC SD SE SF SG SH SJ Commercial & Fleet Engine Servcie CA CB CC CD CE CF4 CF2 CF CG4 CH4 Privious API Engine Service Classifications Related Designations Military and Industry

ML MM MS (1964-67) MS (1968-71) None None None None None

Straight mineral oil. Can have pour and foam depressants. Antiwear-inhibited 1964 MS warranty approved: Ford M2C101-A;GM4745-M 1968 MS warranty approved; Ford M2C101-B;GM 6041-M (before July 1970) 1972 warranty approved; Ford M2C101-C M2C153-A & M2V157-A GM6136-M(SE) & 6146-M (SE/CC & SE/CD) 1980 warranty approved;Ford M2C153-C; GM 6048-M(SF) & 6049-M (SF/CC & GM 6085-M (SF/CC & SF/CD) 1989 warranty approved 1994 warranty approved 1997 warranty approved

DG DM DM DS None None None None None None

MIL-L-2104A Supplement 1 MIL-L-2104B (SC/CC) MIL-L-45199B; Series 3; MIL-L 2104C (CD & SC); MIL0L-2104D (CD/SE) API CD, Mack EO-K/2, Cummins NTC 400 For severe duty four stroke cycle Diesel/Engine Service since 1/1/1991 For service typical of modern two stroke engines manufactured since 1994. Suitable for severe duty in naturally aspirated, trubocharged and super charged diesel engines with high sulphur fuels. For engines which were designed to meet 1994 US emmision legislations suitable for modernturbocharged or supercharged heavy duty engines. For engines which were to meet 1998 exhaust emission standards as well as for previous model years. Specifically compounded for use with diesel fuels ranging in sulfur content up to 0.5 percent weight.

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ENGINE OIL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR AUTOMOTIVE GASOLINE ENGINE SERVICE


S - SERVICE OILS API Automotive gazoline Engine Service Categories SA SB SC

Previous API Engine Service Categories ML MM MS (1964)

Related Industry Definition Straight Mineral Oil Inhibited Oil Only 1964 MS Warranty Approved None

Engine Test Requirements

CRC L-4* or L-38; Sequence IV* CRC L-38; Sequence IIA*; Sequence IIIA*; Sequence IV*; Sequence V*; Caterpillar L-1* (1.0% Sulfur Fuel) CRC L-38; Sequence IIB*; Sequence IIIB*; Sequence IV*; Sequence VB*; FalconRust*; Caterpillar L-1* or 1H* CRC L-38; Sequence IIB* or II C or IID; Sequence IIIC* or IIID; Sequence VC* or V-D CRC L 38; Sequence IID: Sequence IIID*; Sequence V-D* CRC L-38 Sequence IID; Sequence IIIE; Sequence VE; Caterpiller 1H2 CRC L-38; Sequence IID: Sequence IIIE; SequenceVE; Based on CMA Code of Practice. CRC L38; Sequence IID; Sequence IIIE; Sequence VE; Based on CMA code of Practice.

SD

MS (1968)

1968 MS Warranty Approved

SE SF SG SH

None None None None

1972 Warranty Approved 1980 Warranty Approved 1989 Warranty Approved 1994 Warranty Approved

SJ

None

1997 Warranty Approved

* This test is obsolete; engine parts, and/or test fuel; and/or reference oils are no longer generally available and the test is no longer monitored by the developer or ASTM.

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ENGINE OIL CLASSFICATION SYSTEM FOR DIESEL ENGINE SERVICE


C - COMMERCIAL (Flets, Contractors, Farmers,etc.) API COMMERCIAL ENGINE CATEGORIES CA CB CC CD

PREVIOUS API ENGINE CATEGORIES DG DM DM NONE

RELATED DESIGNATIONS MILITARY AND INDUSTRY MIL-L2104A MIL-L-2104A, SUPPLEMENT 1 MIL-L2104B; MIL-L46152B MIL-L-45199B, SERIES 3 MIL L-2104C/D/E MILL-L-2104D/E NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE

ENGINE TEST REQUIREMENTS CRC L-38; CATERPILLAR L-1* (0.4% SULFUR) CRC L-38; CATERPILLAR L1* (1.0% SULFUR) CRC L-38; SEQUENCE IID; CATERPILLAR 1H2* CRC L-38; CATERPILLAR 1G2*

CD-II CE CF-4 CF CF2 CG4 CH4

NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE

CRC L-38; CATERPILLAR 1G2;* DETROIT DIESEL 6V53T* CRC L-38; CATERPILLAR 1G2*; CUMMINS NTC-400; MACK T-6; MACK T-7 CRC L-38; MACK T-7 CUMMINS NTC-400; CATERPILLAR 1K CRC L-38; CATERPILLAR 1M-PC CRC L-38; CATERPILLAR 1M-PC; DETROIT DIESEL 6V92 TA CRC L-38; SEQUENCE III E; GM 6.2L; MACK T-8; CATERPILLAR 1N SEQUENCE III E; MACK T-9; MACK T8-E; CAT 1K; CAT 1P; CUMMINS M11; RFWT

* This test is obsolete; engine parts, and/or test fuel,and/or reference oils are no longer genrally available and the test is no longer monitored by the defeloper of ASTM.

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ISO/ASTM VISCOSITY SYSTEM FOR INDUSTRIAL FLUID LUBRICANTS


Viscosity System Grade Identification ISO VG2 ISO VG3 ISO VG5 ISO VG7 ISO VG10 ISO VG15 ISO VG22 ISO VG32 ISO VG46 ISO VG68 ISO VG100 ISO VG150 ISO VG220 ISO VG320 ISO VG460 ISO VG680 ISO VG1000 ISO VG1500 Mid-point Viscosity cSt (mm2/s) at 40C 2.2 3.2 4.6 6.8 10 15 22 32 46 68 100 150 220 320 460 680 1000 1500 Kinematic Viscosity Limits, cSt (mm2/s at 40C) Minimum Maximum 1.89 2,88 4.14 6.12 9.00 13.5 19.8 28.8 41.4 61.2 90.0 135 198 288 414 612 900 1350 2.42 3.52 5.06 7.48 11.0 16.5 24.2 35.2 50.6 74.8 110 165 242 352 506 648 1100 1650 0 1 2 355-385 310-340 265-295 5 6 130-160 84-115 000 00 445-457 400-430 3 4 220-250 175-205 NLGI Number ASTM D 217 Worked Penetration at 77F (25C) ASTM D 217 NLGI Worked Penetration Number at 77F (25C)

NLGI LUBRICATION GREASE CLASSIFICATIONS

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ADNOC- DISTRIBUTION Telephone Numbers & Postal Addresses


Telephone No. Fax No. Postal addresses:
(Situated at)

1. Head Office

6771300

6722322

Al Salam Street, P.O.Box 4188 Telex 22358 FODIST EM, Abu Dhabi

2. Sales, & Technical Depts.

6771300

6722244

P.O.Box 4188, Telex 23421 FODIST EM, Abu Dhabi

3. Storage & Handling Installations

5582615

5582372

Umm El-Nar P.O.Box 4188, Telex 23282 UMNTER EM.

4. Lubricants Blending Plant and Laboratory

5583615

5582372

Umm El-Nar P.O.Box 4188, Telex 23282 UMNTER EM.

5. Aviation Fuelling Depots

5052921

6722322

Abu Dhabi International Airport, P.O.Box 4188, Telex 24213 FODAU EM, Abu Dhabi

6. Al Ain Office

03-7828800

03-7828544

P.O.Box 1099, Telex 33596 TAWZEA EM, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

7. Northern Emirates Office

06-5564000

06-5564242

P.O.Box 8328, Telex 33596 ANA EM, Dubai, U.A.E.

8. Western Area Office

8847700

8846878

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