heavy-duty oil

heavy-duty oil

[¦hev·ē ¦düd·ē ′ȯil]
(materials)
Lubricating oil with good oxidation stability and corrosion-preventive and detergent-dispersant characterisitics; used in high-speed diesel and gasoline engines under heavy-duty service conditions.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Partially synthetic lower viscosity 10W-30 and 5W-30 oils are supplanting the industry standard 15W-40 heavy-duty oil. The new formulas cost more but can bring up to 2 percent better fuel economy with longer intervals between changes.
GUJRANWALA -- A massive fire erupting in the warehouse of the Nandipur power project here on Saturday allegedly gutted a huge quantity of heavy-duty oil.
* One that preserves historical heavy-duty oil criteria.
Both the heavy-duty grease bracket and the heavy-duty oil alternative meet the challenges of high inlet pressure and guarantee a minimum of 100,000 operating hours.
The last seven heavy-duty oil categories to be developed--API CE, CF-4, CH-4, CL-4, CL-4 Plus and 2]-4--were developed about three years apart starting in the late 1980s, a pace that serves to highlight the lag between introduction of CJ-4 and the likelihood that when a new heavy-duty oil category is finally brought to commercial status in the future, CJ-4 will probably have been in effect for at least a decade.
Whether you are looking for a portable or a heavy-duty oil skimmer to remove floating hydrocarbons, CEP's skimmers will meet the need for recovering high oil/water ratios in the most adverse or limited access conditions.
Flex-a-lite, Fife, Wash., has developed a line of remote mount coolers with electric cooling fans for heavy-duty oil cooling applications.
The last seven heavy-duty oil categories to be developed--API CE, CF-4, CH-4, EL-4, CL-4 Plus and CJ-4--were developed about three years apart starting in the late 1980s, a pace that serves to highlight the lag between introduction of CJ-4 and the likelihood that when a new heavy-duty oil category is finally brought to commercial status in the future, CJ-4 will probably have been in effect for at least a decade.
We no longer need heavy-duty oils to keep skin fully hydrated.