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IMK-14 - Istraživanje i razvoj
2010, vol. 16, iss. 3, pp. 73-78
article language: Serbian
document type: Professional Paper
published on: 02/11/2010
Classification of motor oil
Visoka tehnička mašinska škola strukovnih studija, Trstenik

Abstract

Motor life span greatly depends on proper lubrication. Therefore, we should respect the manufacturer's instructions and change the oil in the prescribed deadlines, pour the appropriate, prescribed oil and if possible, all the time to use one type of oil. Permanent improvement of physical, chemical and other characteristics of working motor oils happened and thanks to the technological development of internal combustion engines. Specifications of motor oil define minimum quality motor oils for gasoline engine service charge, easily loaded diesel engines (passenger cars) and heavy loaded diesel engines (commercial vehicles). ACEA specifications require that all results of motor tests structural characteristics of the oil obtained in accordance with the sequences to ensure a certain quality of motor oil - EELQMS (European Engine Lubricants Quality Management System).

Keywords

motor oil; motor oil classification

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