Free Mobil Literature Details New Diesel Oil For High Output Engines

Mobil is now offering free literature describing the new Mobilgard 450 Marine Diesel Oil, a fourth generation SAE 40 lubricant created specifically to meet the requirements of high output, medium-speed trunk diesel engines operating under severe conditions.

It is formulated for improved engine protection, longer oil life and less oil consumption.

Mobil reports it has the reverse alkalinity needed in engines burning fuels with up to 2 percent sulfur content.

The new oil meets the requirements of all General Motors-Electro- Motive Division marine diesel engines, including those equipped with silver wrist pin bearings. Extensive fleet service and laboratory testing have proven its performance in General Electric, ALCO, Fairbanks Morse, Detroit Diesel, Caterpillar and Cummins engines. Mobilgard 450 can also be used in these engines in drilling rigs and stationary power generation service. It exceeds the API requirements for a CD engine oil.

Mobil states the sustained high alkalinity of Mobilgard 450 (TBN 13.5) provides superior corrosion protection for steel, silver, copper, bronze and white metal engine components, especially when high sulfur fuels are used. Its high oxidation and thermal stability provide better performance under heavy loads and reduce deposit build-up in port openings. High Write 605 on Reader Service Card quality base stocks, combined with detergent-dispersant additives, assure longer oil and filter life. The low volatility of the base stocks reduces oil comsumption.

For more information on Mobilgard 450, Write 32 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 13,  Nov 1983 New York

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