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Specification HandbookSpecification HandbookSpecification HandbookThis handbook, compiled by Afton Chemical, is a collection of widely used Industry Specifications. We aim to provide a single source for specifications for Engine Oils, Industrial, Driveline and Off Road, together with the associated bench, rig and engine test procedures. Afton Chemical hopes you find this handbook a useful reference tool and source of information. The handbook is also available electronically from our website, and on Afton s Spec-Stik , a portable memory stick that will allow you to access the information when and wherever you want. If you require information about our products and services please contact your local Afton Chemical HandbookSection List 01 Viscosity 02 Engine Oils 03 Driveline 04 Industrial 05 Off Road 06 Engine Tests 07 Rig ChemicalAfton Chemical have been working in the lubricant additives marketplace for over 90 years. During that time we have developed a unique way of doing things that gives our customers so much more than our leading-edge makes us so different is the special way we involve ourselves in our customers businesses in order to help them achieve their goals. We do this through a combination of the innovative solutions we develop, and the passion and integrity our people bring to our style of find out how Passion for Solutions can help you, please visit information in this handbook is to our best knowledge true and accurate, but all recommendations or suggestions are made without guarantee, since the conditions of use are beyond our control. Afton Chemical disclaims any liability incurred in connection with the use of this data or suggestions. Furthermore, nothing contained therein shall be construed as a recommendation to use any product in conflict with existing patents covering any materials or its & INNOVATIVESOLUTIONSCUSTOMIZED & EFFECTIVEINSPIRING & ENTHUSIASTICPEOPLEEMEAIAfton Chemical LimitedLondon Road, BracknellBerkshire RG12 2UWEnglandT | 44 (0)1344 304141F | 44 (0)1344 420666North AmericaAfton Chemical Corporation500 Spring StreetRichmond, VA 23219USAT | 804 788 5800F | 804 788 5184OfficesRegional OfficesBrusselsAfton Chemical SprlAlma CourtLenneke Marelaan, 8BE -1932 St Stevens, WoluweT | 32 (0) 2 715 22 11F | 32 (0) 2 715 22 10DubaiAfton Chemical Middle EastPO Box 37660Dubai, UAEOffice 0202, Jafza View 19Jebel Ali Free Zone (South)T | 971 4 886 5707F | 971 4 886 5708HamburgAfton Chemical GmbHStrassenbahnring 320251 HamburgGermanyT | 49 40 429 2900F | 49 40 429 29032EMEAI Sales OfficesAsia PacificAfton Chemical Asia Pacific LLC111 Somerset Road #09-05Singapore 238164T | 65 6732 0822F | 65 6737 4123Latin AmericaAfton Chemical Ind stria de Aditivos LTDA Avenida Rio de Janeiro 901 (Parte) CEP-20931-675Brazil T | (55 21) 3295 4050F | (55 21) 2580 8647 & 2589 0531MoscowAfton Chemical LimitedWorld Trade CenterKrasnopresnenskaya nab. 12Entrance 6, Floor 6Office 620-622123610 MoscowRussiaT | 7 495 258 2034F | 7 495 258 2036MumbaiAfton Chemical India Private Limited101 Hyde ParkSaki Vihar RoadAndheri-EastMumbai 400 072IndiaT | 91 22 2858 1962 / 63F | 91 22 2857 6920ParisAfton Chemical FranceSuccursale de Afton Chemical Sprl5 Rue Salomon De Rothschild92150 SuresnesFranceT | 33 1 469 39180F | 33 1 477 88717Specification HandbookViscosityViscosity02/14 - Viscosity - 1SAE J300 Viscosity Grades For Engine Oils ........................................ .....................2ISO Viscosity Grade Conversions ........................................ .....................................3Vi scosity Ranges For AGMA Lubricant Numbers ........................................ .............4Axle and Manual Transmission Lubricant Viscosity Classifications SAE J306 Automotive Gear Viscosity Classifications ..........................5 SAE J2360 Specifications ........................................ ............................5 Comparison of Viscosity Classifications ........................................ ...........................6Viscosity Equivalents at Same Temperature ........................................ .....................7Two Components Viscosity Blending Chart (cSt) ........................................ .............8Base Stocks Viscosities ........................................ ........................................ ............9Conversion Factors ........................................ ........................................ .................10Contents Viscosity02/14 - Viscosity - 2SAE J300 Viscosity Grades For Engine Oils (1) (2) January 2009SAEViscosityGradeLow Temperature ( C)Cranking Viscosity(3), Temperature ( C)Pumping Viscosity(4), Max. with No Yield Stress(4)Low-Shear-Rate Kinematic Viscosity(5) (mm2/s) at 100 C Kinematic Viscosity(5) (mm2/s) at 100 C Viscosity(6) ( ) at 150 C at -3560 000 at at -3060 000 at at -2560 000 at at -2060 000 at at -1560 000 at 000 at -1060 000 at < < < < (0W-40, 5W-40,and 10W-40 grades)40- < (15W-40, 20W-40,25W-40, 40 grades) < < : (1) -1 = 1 cP; 1 mm2/s = 1 cSt(2) All values, with the exception of the low-temperature cranking viscosity, are critical specifications as defined by ASTM D3244 (See text, Section 3).(3) ASTM D5293: Cranking viscosity - The non-critical specification protocol in ASTM D3244 shall be applied with a P value of (4) ASTM D4684: Note that the presence of any yield stress detectable by this method constitutes a failure regardless of viscosity.(5) ASTM D445.(6) ASTM D4683, CEC L-36-A-90 (ASTM D4741), or ASTM D5481. 02/14 - Viscosity - 3ISO Viscosity Grade ConversionsISOMid-point KinematicViscosityKinematic Viscosity LimitscSt at 40 C (104 F)ASTM, SayboltViscosity NumberSaybolt Viscosity SUS100 F ( C) - Viscosity - 4Viscosity Ranges for AGMA Lubricant NumbersRust and OxidationInhibited Gear OilsViscosity RangeEquivalentISO GradeExtreme PressureGear LubricantsAGMA Lubricant (mm2/s) at 40 CAGMA Lubricant to to EP390 to 1101003 EP4135 to 1651504 EP5198 to 2422205 EP6288 to 3523206 EP7 Compounded414 to 5064607 EP8 Compounded612 to 7486808 EP8A Compounded900 to 110010008A EPNote:Viscosity ranges for AGMA Lubricant Numbers will henceforth be identical with those of the ASTM systemOils compounded with 3% to 10% fatty or synthetic fatty - Viscosity - 5SAE J306 Automotive Gear Viscosity Classifications Axle and Manual Transmission Lubricant Viscosity Classifications70W75W80W85W808590110140190250Viscosity at 100 C min, mm2 , mm2/sNo reqViscosity of 150,000 , max. temp C-55-40-26-12No requirement20 hr. KRL Shear (CRC L-45-T-93), KV100 after Shear, mm2/s, J2360 Specifications75W80W-9085W-140Viscosity at 100 C min, mm2 , mm2 of 150,000 , max. temp C-40-26-12Channel Point, min, C-45-35-20Flash Point, min, C15016518002/14 - Viscosity - 632200080060050040030020010080604030502010865432100070504030209876456010100008000600050004000300020001500100080040030060020015060504035500701008030090802004060451007055501500680460320220150100684632151022710005325040302010W5W2501409085W80W75W8A87654123Viscosities can be related horizontally based on 95 VI single grade grades are specified at 40 grades are specified at 100 75W, 80W, 85W, and 5W & 10W specified at low viscosities for 100 & 210 F are of Viscosity Classifications Approximate EquivalentsKinematicViscositiescSt/ 40 C cSt/ 100 CSayboltViscositiesSUS/ 100 F SUS/ 210 FISO VGcSt at 40 CSAE Grades Crankcase Oils cSt at 100 CSAE Grades Gear Oils cSt at 100 CAGMA Grades SUS at 100 F02/14 - Viscosity - 7Viscosity Equivalents at Same Temperature Approximate EquivalentsKinematic(Centistokes)SayboltUniversal(Seconds) (Seconds)Engler(Degrees)SayboltFurol(Seconds) (Seconds)Kinematic(Centistokes) SayboltUniversal(Seconds) (Seconds)Engler(Degrees)SayboltFurol(Seconds) (Seconds) , ,2001, ,4001, ,6001, ,8001, ,0001, ,5002, ,0002, ,5003, ,0003, ,5003, ,0825,0004, ,1905,5004, ,3006,0005, ,4056,5005, ,5157,0006, ,6257,5006, ,7308,0007, ,8408,5007, ,9509,0007, ,0559,5008, ,16510,0008,8162841, - Viscosity - 8Two Components Viscosity Blending (cSt) CentistrokesViscosity CentistrokesComponent AComponent B0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0%02/14 - Viscosity - 9Base Stock Viscosities Approximate EquivalentsNeutrals40 C100 C100 CcStSUScStSUS135 - Viscosity - 101 yd = m1 m = yd1 ft = m1 m = ft1 in = cm1 cm = in1 mile = km1 km = mile1 sq yd = sq m1 sq m = sq yd1 sq in = sq cm1 sq cm = sq in1 cu in = cc1 cc = cu in1 cu ft = cu m1 cu m = cu ft1 cu yd = cu m1 cu m = cu yd1 imp gall = litre1 litre = imp gall1 imp gall = US gall1 litre = pints1 oz = g1 g = oz1 lb = g1 kg = lbs1 g/litre = oz/imp gall1 oz/imp gall = g/litre1 g/litre = lb/imp gall1 lb/imp gall = g/litre C = ( F - 32) x 5/9 F = ( C x 9/5) + 32API gravity, deg = ( at 60/60 F) - volume of additive = % weight of additive x density of finished oil density of additive (typical finished oil density = g/ml)Conversion FactorsSpecification HandbookEngine OilsEngine Oils02/14 - Engine Oils - 1API Service Classifications .......................................................................................5API Gasoline Engine Performance Criteria ..............................................................8ILSAC Specifications GF-1 ...................................................................................................18 GF-2 ...................................................................................................19 GF-3 ...................................................................................................20 GF-4 ...................................................................................................21 GF-5 ...................................................................................................23API Commercial Classifications .............................................................................26API Diesel Engine Performance 2007 Service Fill Oils For: Gasoline and Diesel Engines .............................................................40 Gasoline and Diesel Engines - Engine Tests .....................................41 Gasoline and Diesel Engines With After Treatment Devices .............44 Heavy Duty Diesel Engines ................................................................48ACEA 2008 Service Fill Oils For: Gasoline and Diesel Engines .............................................................52 Gasoline and Diesel Engines - Engine Tests .....................................53 Gasoline and Diesel Engines With After Treatment Devices .............55 Heavy Duty Diesel Engines ................................................................59ACEA 2010 Service Fill Oils For: Gasoline and Diesel Engines .............................................................63 Gasoline and Diesel Engines - Engine Tests .....................................64 Gasoline and Diesel Engines With After Treatment Devices .............66 Heavy Duty Diesel Engines ................................................................70ACEA 2012 Service Fill Oils For: Gasoline and Diesel Engines .............................................................75 Gasoline and Diesel Engines - Engine Tests .....................................78 Gasoline and Diesel Engines With After Treatment Devices .............81 Heavy Duty Diesel Engines ................................................................86Contents Engine Oils02/14 - Engine Oils - 2Contents Engine OilsUS Military Specifications: Engine Test Requirements ..........................................89 Additional Test Requirements For MIL-L-2104E ...............................90 MIL-L-2104F Engine Test Requirements ...........................................91 MIL-L-2104F Transmission Test Requirements .................................92 MIL-PRF-2104H Requirements .........................................................93 Diesel Engine Oil Standards ..............................................................98 Diesel Engine Oil Standards ..............................................................99Japanese Automotive Diesel Engine Oil Standards JASO 2008 Diesel Engine Oil Standards .........................................100 JASO 2008 Diesel Engine Oil Standards .........................................101 Laboratory Tests Global Engine Oil Specifications DHD-1 .........................................102Engine Tests Global Engine Oil Specifications DHD-1 .........................................103Two-Stroke Classifications API TC ..............................................................................................104 TISI 1040 ..........................................................................................106 NMMA TC-W3 .................................................................................107Four-Stroke Classifications JASO T903: 2006, 2011 ..................................................................108 NMMA FCW, 2006 ...........................................................................10901/12 - Engine Oils - 3OEM Specifications: General Motors dexos 1 (Gasoline engines) ..........................................................110 dexos 2 (Diesel engines) ..............................................................110 OEM Specifications: Mercedes Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils MB .........................................................................................115 MB .........................................................................................115 MB .......................................................................................115 MB .........................................................................................115 MB .......................................................................................115OEM Specifications: Mercedes Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils MB .........................................................................................121 MB .......................................................................................121 MB .........................................................................................121 MB .........................................................................................121 MB .......................................................................................121 MB .........................................................................................121 MB .......................................................................................121 MB .....................................................................................121OEM Specifications: BMW BMW Longlife-01 .............................................................................129 BMW Longlife-01 FE .......................................................................129 BMW Longlife-04 .............................................................................129OEM Specifications: Volkswagen VW .......................................................................................130 VW .......................................................................................130 VW .......................................................................................130 VW .......................................................................................130 VW .......................................................................................130 VW .......................................................................................130OEM Specifications: Renault Service Fill RN0700 ............................................................................................134 RN0710 ............................................................................................137 RN0720 ............................................................................................141OEM Specifications: PSA First Fill .......................................................................145OEM Specifications: PSA Service Oils ................................................................146OEM Specifications: PSA Service Oils Low SAPs ...............................................149Contents Engine Oils01/12 - Engine Oils - 4OEM Specifications: Mercedes Benz Sheets For Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oils MB .........................................................................................152 MB .....................................................................................152 MB .....................................................................................152 MB .......................................................................................152 MB .........................................................................................152 MB .......................................................................................152OEM Specifications: MAN 270/271 ............................................................................................159 M 3275 .............................................................................................161 M 3277 .............................................................................................165 M 3477 .............................................................................................167 M 3575 .............................................................................................169OEM Specifications: Volvo Drain Specifications VDS ..................................................................................................171 Category: MTU MTL 5044 ..........................................................................178OEM Specifications: Scania LDF-1&2 .................................................................182OEM Specifications: Caterpillar ECF-1a .............................................................................................183 ECF-2 ...............................................................................................183 ECF-3 ...............................................................................................183OEM Specifications: Cummins 20078 ...............................................................................................187 20081 ...............................................................................................187OEM Specifications: DDC 93K214 .............................................................................................190 93K215 .............................................................................................190 93K218 .............................................................................................190OEM Specifications: Mack EO-N PP 03 .....................................................................................294 EO-O VDS-4 ....................................................................................294European OEM Seal Test Requirements For Automotive Engine Oils .................197Contents Engine Oils02/14 - Engine Oils - 5API Service ClassificationsSASBSCSDSE S Spark S Spark - (Service Stations, Garages, New Car Dealers, etc.)The following descriptions of the categories in the API Engine Service Classification System are intended as guides to aid in the selection of proper engine oils for significantly different engine service conditions. The performance requirements for these categories are technically described in SAE J183-June 1991, Engine Oil Performance and Engine Service Classification (except for SH).Formerly for Utility Gasoline and Diesel Engine ServiceService typical of older engines operated under such mild conditions that the protection afforded by compounded oils is not required. This category should not be used in any engine unless specifically recommended by the equipment Minimum Duty Gasoline Engine ServiceService typical of older gasoline 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 provide only antiscuff capability and resistance to oil oxidation and bearing corrosion. They should not be used in any engine unless specifically recommended by the equipment 1964 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance ServiceService 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 low temperature deposits, wear, rust and corrosion in gasoline Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance ServiceService 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 Category SC and may be used when API Engine Service Category SC is 1972 Gasoline Engine Warranty ServiceService typical of gasoline engines in passenger cars and some trucks beginning with 1972 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 Categories SD or SC and may be used when either of these classifications is - Engine Oils - 6 S Spark For 1980 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance ServiceService typical of gasoline engines in passenger cars and some trucks beginning with the 1980 model year operating under manufacturers recommended maintenance procedures. Oils developed for this service provide increased oxidation stability and improved anti-wear performance relative to oils which meet the minimum requirements for API Service Category SE. The oils also provide protection against engine deposits, rust and corrosion. Oils meeting API Service Classification SF may be used where API Service Categories SE, SD or SC are meeting the performance requirements measured in the following gasoline engine tests: The IID gasoline engine test has been correlated with vehicles used in short-trip service prior to 1978, particularly with regard to rusting. The IIID gasoline engine test has been correlated with vehicles used in high temperature service prior to 1978, particularly with regard to oil thickening and valve train wear. The V-D gasoline engine test has been correlated with vehicles used in stop-and-go service prior to 1978, particularly with regard to varnish, sludge and valve train wear. The L-38 gasoline engine test requirement provides a measurement of copper-lead bearing weight loss under high-temperature operating 1989 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance ServiceService typical of gasoline engine in passenger cars, vans and light trucks beginning with the 1989 model year operating under manufacturers recommended maintenance procedures. Category SG quality oils include the performance properties of API service category CC. (Certain manufacturers of gasoline engines require oils also meeting API 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, SF/CC, SE or SE/CC are meeting the performance requirements measured in the following gasoline and diesel engine tests: The IID gasoline engine test has been correlated with vehicles used in short-trip service prior to 1978, particularly with regard to rusting. The IIIE gasoline engine test has been correlated with vehicles used in high-temperature service prior to 1988, particularly with regard to oil thickening and valve train wear. The VE gasoline engine test has been correlated with vehicles used in stop-and-go service prior to 1988, particularly with regard to sludge and valve train wear. The L-38 gasoline engine test requirement provides a measurement of copper-lead bearing weight loss and piston varnish under high temperature operating conditions. The 1-H2 diesel engine test requirement provides a measurement of high-temperature Service Classifications SFSG02/14 - Engine Oils - 7 S Spark For 1992 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance ServiceCategory SH covers the performance requirements of SG oils tested to the latest CMA protocol on engine testing. In addition, SH oils must meet various bench test requirements including volatility, filterability and foaming 1997 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance ServiceAPI 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 API Service Category SJ designation may be used where API Service Category SH and earlier Categories have been recommended. Engine oils that meet the API Service Category SJ designation have been tested in accordance with the CMA Code, may use the API Base Oil Interchangeability Guidelines and the API Guidelines for SAE Viscosity-Grade Engine Testing. Engine oils that meet these requirements may display API Service Category SJ in the upper portion of the API Service 2001 Gasoline Engine Warranty Maintenance ServiceAPI Service Category SL was adopted for use in describing engine oils available in 2001. These oils are for use in service typical of gasoline engines in current and earlier passenger cars, sport utility vehicles, vans, and light-duty trucks operating under vehicle manufacturers recommended maintenance procedures. Engine oils that meet API Service Category SL designation may be used where API Service Category SJ and earlier Categories have been recommended. Engine oils that meet the API Service Category SL designation have been tested in accordance with the ACC Code and may use the API Base Oil Interchangeability Guidelines and the API Guidelines for SAE Viscosity-Grade Engine Testing. First licence date was July 1, 2001, engine oils that meet these requirements may display API Service Category SL in the upper portion of the API Service all automotive engines currently in use. Introduced in 2004, SM oils are designed to provide improved oxidation resistance, improved deposit protection, better wear protection, and better low-temperature performance over the life of the oil. Some SM oils may also meet the latest ILSAC specifications and/or quality as Energy Conserving. Suitable for use where API SJ or SL have been recommended. The first license date for API SM was November 30th 2004. Engine oil that meet these requirements may display API Service Category SM in the upper portion of the API Service Service Category SN was adopted for use in describing engine oils available in 2011. These oils are for use in service typical of gasoline engines in current and earlier passenger cars, sport utility vehicles, vans, and light-duty trucks operating under vehicle manufacturers recommended maintenance procedures. Vehicle owners and operators should follow their vehicle manufacturer s recommendations on engine oil viscosity and performance standard. Engine oils that meet the API Service Category SN designation may be used where API Service Category SM and earlier S categories have been recommended. Engine oils that meet the API Service Category SN designation have been tested in accordance with the ACC Code and may use the API Base Oil Interchangeability Guidelines and the API Guidelines for SAE Viscosity-Grade Engine Testing. Starting October 1, 2010, oils that have passed the tests for API Service Category SN and are properly licensed by API may display API Service SN in the upper portion of the API Service SN engine oils designated as Resource Conserving are formulated to help improve fuel economy and protect vehicle emission system components in passenger cars, sport utility vehicles, vans, and light-duty trucks powered by gasoline engines. The requirements are aligned with ILSAC GF-5API Service Classifications SHSJSLSM SN02/14 - Engine Oils - 8API Gasoline Engine Performance CriteriaTest Primary Performance CriteriaLimitsSANoneNoneL-4L-38SBL-4 or L-38Bearing Weight Loss, mg. IVCam ScuffingNoneLifter Scuff Rating, IIA and IIIACam and Lifter ScuffingNoneAvg. Cam plus Lifter Wear, in. Rust Rating, Sludge Rating, Varnish Rating, Sequence IVCam ScuffingNoneLifter Scuff Rating, VTotal Engine Sludge Rating, Piston Skirt Varnish Rating, Engine Varnish Rating, Intake Valve Tip Wear, in. StickingNoneOil Ring Clogging, %. Screen Plugging, %. Weight Loss, mg. ( min. sulphur fuel)Top Groove Filling, % vol. Groove and BelowCleanSDSequences IIB and IIIBCam and Lifter ScuffingNoneAvg. Cam and Lifter Wear, in. Rust Rating, Sludge Rating, Varnish Rating, IVCam ScuffingNoneLifter Scuff Rating, VBTotal Engine Sludge Rating, Piston Skirt Varnish Rating, Engine Varnish Rating, Intake Valve Tip Wear, in. Ring Clogging, %. Screen Plugging, %. Weight Loss, mg. ( min. S. fuel)or1-HTop Groove Filling, % vol. Groove and Below-CleanWeighted Total Demerits-140FalconAvg. Engine Rust Rating, - Engine Oils - 9API Gasoline Engine Performance CriteriaTest Primary Performance CriteriaLimitsSESequence IIC or IIDIICIIDAvg. Engine Rust Rating, StickingNoneNoneSequence IIIC or IIIDIIICIIIDViscosity Increase at 100 F. and 40 test hrs, %. Increase at 40 40 test hrs, %. Piston Skirt Varnish Rating, Land Face Varnish Rating, Sludge Rating, StickingNoneNoneLifter StickingNoneNoneCam & Lifter ScuffingNoneNoneCam & Lifter Wear, in. & Lifter Wear, in. VC or VDVCVDAvg. Engine Sludge Rating, Piston Skirt Varnish Rating, Engine Varnish Rating, Ring Clogging, %. Screen Plugging, %. Ring StickingNoneNoneCam Wear, in. *Cam Wear, in. *CRC L-38Bearing Weight Loss, mg. IIDAvg. Engine Rust Rating, StickingNoneSequence IIIDViscosity Increase at 40 C. and64 test hrs, %. Piston Skirt Varnish Rating, Land Face Varnish Rating, Sludge Rating, StickingNoneLifter StickingNoneCam & Lifter ScuffingNoneCam & Lifter Wear, in. & Lifter Wear, in. VDAvg. Engine Sludge Rating, Piston Skirt Varnish Rating, Engine Varnish Rating, Ring Clogging, %. Screen Plugging, %. Ring StickingNoneCam Wear, in. Wear, in. L-38Bearing Weight Loss, mg. :* Suggested performance - not pass/fail limit. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 10API Gasoline Engine Performance CriteriaTest Primary Performance CriteriaLimitsSGSequence IIDAvg. Engine Rust Rating, StickingNoneSequence IIIEViscosity Increase at 40 C. and64 test hrs, %. Piston Skirt Varnish Rating, Sludge Rating, Land Face Varnish Rating, StickingNoneLifter StickingNoneCam & Lifter ScuffingNoneCam & Lifter Wear, mm. average30Cam & Lifter Wear, mm. Sequence VEAvg. Engine Sludge Rating, Arm Cover Sludge Rating, Piston Skirt Varnish Rating, Engine Varnish Rating, Ring Clogging, %. Screen Plugging, %. Ring StickingNoneCam Wear, mm. average122Cam Wear, mm. L-38Bearing Weight Loss, mg. Groove Filling, % vol. Total Demerits140SHSequence IIDAPI SG limits apply Tested according to CMA Code of PracticeSequence IIIE or IIIF or IIIGSequence VE or IVA + VGCRC L-38SAE (J300)5W3010W3015W40 All OthersCEC-L-40-A-93/L-40-T-87 (NOACK), %25 , % Point (ASTM D92), (Tendency/Stability) Sequence I, Sequence II, Sequence III, Sequence IVReportReportReport-Homogeneity/MiscibilityPassPassPass-GM EOFT Filterability,Flow Reduction, %50 - Engine Oils - 11API Gasoline Engine Performance CriteriaTestPrimary Performance Criteria SJBRTAverage gray value, IIIFViscosity increase, % max. 325Avg. piston skirt varnish, piston deposit, cam-plus-lifter wear m. stuck ringsNoneSequence VG (1)Avg. engine sludge rating, arm cover sludge rating, piston skirt varnish rating, engine varnish rating, screen clogging, % stuck compression ringsNone Sequence IVA (1)Avg. cam wear m. VIII (2)Bearing weight loss, mg stabilityStay-in-gradeSAE (J300)0W-20, 5W-20, 5W-30, 10W-30All OthersCEC-L-40-A-93/L-40-T-87 (NOACK), %22 , % Point (ASTM D92), min. 205 min. (10W-30)-Foaming (Tendency/Stability) Sequence I, Sequence II, Sequence III, High Temp. (ASTM D6082), EOFT Filterability,Flow Reduction, %50 Temp. Deposits (TEOST) Index12 :(1) Sequence IVA + VG in lieu of Sequence VE.(2) Sequence VIII to API SL limits may be - Engine Oils - 12API Gasoline Engine Performance CriteriaTestPrimary Performance CriteriaLimitsSLASTM Ball Rust TestAvg. Grey Value, Sequence IIIF (2)Viscosity Increase (KV 40 C), %. Piston Skirt Varnish, Piston Demerit Rating, Stuck Piston RingsNoneAvg. Cam and Lifter Wear, m. Temp. ViscosityReport (1)Sequence VE (3)Cam Wear Average m. Wear Average m. IVAAvg. Cam Wear m, VGAvg. Engine Sludge Rating, Cover Sludge Rating, Engine Varnish Rating, Average Piston Skirt Varnish, Screen Clogging, Stuck Compression RingNoneCold Stuck RingsRate & ReportOil Screen Debris (%)Rate & ReportOil Ring CloggingRate & ReportSAE (J300) 0W-20, SW-20, SW-30, 10W-30All OthersVolatility LossASTM D5800, %. Loss at 37 CASTM D6417, %. VIIIBearing % wt. Loss, mg. , % Point (ASTM D92), min. 205 min. (10W-30)-Foaming (Tendency/Stability) Sequence I, Sequence II, Sequence III, High Temp. (ASTM D6082), EOFT Filterability,Flow Reduction, %. 50High Temp. Deposits (TEOST) mg. Index, Stability - Seq. VIII10 hr. Stripped KV100 : (1) The 80 hr test sample shall be evaluated by test method D4684 (MRV TP-1) at the temperature indicated by the low-temperature grade of oil as determined on the 80 hr sample by test method D5293 (CCS Viscosity).(2) Sequence IIIG at API SM performance accepted as alternative to Sequence IIIF.(3) Not required for oils containing a minimum of phosphorus in the form of - Engine Oils - 13API Gasoline Engine Performance Criteria Test Primary Performance Criteria LimitsSAE 0W-20, SAE 5W-20 SAE 0W-30, SAE 5W-30, SAE 10W-30All OthersSMASTM Ball Rust TestAvg. Grey Value, min100100Sequence IIIGViscosity Increase (KV 40 C), %, Piston Demerit rating, Stuck Piston RingsNoneNoneAvg. Cam and Lifter Wear, m, ConsumptionReportReportSequence IIIGAUsed oil MRV (1)Pass-Sequence IVAAvg. Cam Wear m, max9090Sequence VGAvg. Engine Sludge rating, Cover Sludge rating, Engine Varnish rating, Piston Skirt Varnish, Screen Clogging, Stuck Compression RingNoneNoneCold Stuck RingsRate & ReportRate & ReportOil Screen Debris (%)Rate & ReportRate & ReportOil Ring CloggingRate & ReportRate & ReportSequence VIIIBearing Weight Loss, mg, :(1) To be measured at 5 C greater than that specified by SAE J300 for the viscosity grade of the - Engine Oils - 14API Gasoline Engine Performance CriteriaBench Tests Primary Performance Criteria LimitsSAE 0W-20, SAE 5W-20 SAE 0W-30, SAE 5W-30, SAE 10W-30All OthersSMPhosphorus % mass, max.(2) (3)-Phosphorus % mass, min.(2) (3) (3)or D2622, sulphur mass, max.(2) (3)-SAE 0W-20, 0W-30, 5W-20, 5W-30, SAE (3)-Flash Point(ASTM D92), C200 min. (10W-30)-Foaming(Tendency / Stability)Sequence I, II, III, Temp.(ASTM D6082), / MiscibilityPassPassGM EOFT FilterabilityFlow reduction, %, , % flow reduction, H2O5050with H2O5050with H2O5050with H2O5050High temp. deposits (TEOST) mg, max3545Gelation Index, max.(4)12-Shear Stability - Seq. VIII 10 hr. Stripped KV 100 CStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeVolatility LossASTM D5800, %, Loss at 37 CASTM D6417, %, :(2) For all viscosity grades: If CF-4, CG-4, CH-4 and/or CI-4 categories precede the S category and there is no API Certification Mark, the limits for phosphorus, sulphur, and the TEOST MHT do not apply. Note that these oils have been formulated primarily for diesel engines and may not provide all of the performance requirements consistent with vehicle manufacturers recommendations for gasoline-fueled engines.(3) This is a non-critical specification as described in ASTM D3244.(4) To be evaluated from -5 C to temperature at which 40,000 cP is attained or -40 C, or 2 C below the appropriate MRV TP-1 temperature (defined by SAE J300), whichever occurs - Engine Oils - 15API Gasoline Engine Performance CriteriaEngine TestsPrimary Performance Criteria LimitsSAE 0W-20, 5W-20, 0W-30, 5W-30, 10W-30All OthersSNSequence IIIG (ASTM D7320)Kinematic viscosity increase @ 40 C, %, Weighted Piston Deposits, merits, Stuck RingsNoneAverage Cam plus Lifter Wear, m, IVA (ASTM D6891)Average Cam Wear (7 positions average), m, VG (ASTM D6593)Average Engine Sludge, merits, Rocker Cover Sludge, merits, Engine Varnish, merits, Piston Skirt Varnish, merits, Screen Sludge, % area, Screen Debris, % areaRate & ReportHot Stuck Compression Rings noneCold Stuck Rings Rate & ReportOil Ring Clogging, % areaRate & ReportSequence VID (ASTM D7589)SAE xW-20 Viscosity grade FEI min. after 100 hrs. agingSAE xW-30 viscosity gradeFEI SUM min. after 100 hrs. aging SAE 10W-30 and all others viscosity grades not listed above: FEI SUM min. after 100 hrs. aging Sequence VIII (ASTM D6709)Bearing weight loss, mg, - Engine Oils - 16API Gasoline Engine Performance CriteriaBench Test and Measured ParametersPrimary Performance Criteria LimitsSAE 0W-20, 5W-20, 0W-30, 5W-30, 10W-30All OthersSNAged oil Low Temp Viscosity, ASTM Sequence IIIGA test, ASTM D7320 Measure CCS viscosity of the EOT Sequence IIIGA sample at the CCS temperature corresponding to original viscosity grade(1) a) b) c)Aged oil Low Temperature Viscosity, ROBO Test, ASTM D7528Measure CCS viscosity of the EOT ROBO sample at the CCS temperature corresponding to original viscosity grade(2) a) b) c)Sequence IIIGB,ASTM D7320Phosphorous volatility, % min. 79Ball Rust Test, ASTM D6557Average gray value, % loss, ASTM D58001 hr at 250 C, max. (3) distillation, ASTM D6417 % max at 371 C10EOFT, ASTM D6795Maximum Flow reduction, %50EOWTT, ASTM D6794with H2O, maximum flow reduction, %50with H2O, maximum flow reduction, %50with H2O, maximum flow reduction, %50with H2O, maximum flow reduction, %50Phosporous content, ASTM D4951% mass and content, ASTM D4951 or D26220W-XX, 5W-XX, % mass , % mass, other grades, % mass Oil Foaming Characteristics ASTM D892 (option A) Tendency/Stability (after 10 min ) Tendency/Stability (after 10 min )Sequence I, ml II, ml III, ml :(1) a) If CCS Viscosity measured is less than or equal to the maximum CCS viscosity for the original viscosity grade, run ASTM D4684 (MRV TP-1) at the MRV temperature specified in SAE J300 for the original viscosity grade. b) If CCS Viscosity measured is higher than the maximum viscosity specified for the original grade in J300, run ASTM D4684 (MRV TP-1) at 5 C higher temperature ( at MRV temperature specified in SAE J300 for the next higher viscosity (grade). c) The EOT IIIGA sample must show no yield stress in the D4684 test and its D4684 viscosity must be below the maximum specified in SAE J300 for the original viscosity grade or the next higher viscosity grade, depending on the CCS viscosity as outlined in a) or b) above.(2) a) Same as above. b) Same as above. c) The EOT ROBO sample must show no yield stress in the D4684 test and its D4684 viscosity must be below the maximum specified in SAE J300 for the original viscosity grade or the next higher viscosity grade, depending on the CCS viscosity as outlined in a) or b) above.(3) Calculated conversions specified in D5800 are - Engine Oils - 17API Gasoline Engine Performance CriteriaBench Test and Measured ParametersPrimary Performance Criteria LimitsSAE 0W-20, 5W-20, 0W-30, 5W-30, 10W-30All OthersSNFresh Oil High Temperature Foaming Characteristics, ASTM D6082 (Option A) ml, max. Tendency/Stability (after 10 min ) Tendency/Stability (after 10 min )100/0100/0Homogeneity and Miscibility, ASTM D6922Shall remain homogeneous and, when mixed with ASTM Test Monitoring Centre (TMC) reference oils, shall remain misciblePassShear stability, Sequence VIII, ASTM D670910 hr stripped KV @ 100 CKinematic viscosity must remain in original SAE viscosity gradeHigh Temperature Deposits, TEOST MHT, ASTM D7097Deposit weight, mg, Index, ASTM D5133 (4) Retention, ASTM D75630 C, 24 hrsNo water separation25 C, 24 hrsNo water separationElastomer CompatibilityCandidate oil for elastomer compatibility shall be performed using the five Standard Reference Elastomers (SREs) referenced herein and defined in SAE J2643. Candidate oil testing shall be performed according to ASTM D7216 Annex A2. The post-candidate-oil-immersion elastomers shall conform to the specification limits detailed Material (SAE J2643)Test ProcedureMaterial propertyUnitsLimitsPolyacrylate Rubber (ACM-1)ASTM D471Volume % -5, 9ASTM D2240Hardnesspts-10, 10ASTM D412Tensile Strength% -40, 40Hydrogenated Nitrile Rubber (HNBR-1)ASTM D471Volume % -5, 10ASTM D2240Hardnesspts-10, 5ASTM D412Tensile Strength% -20, 15Silicone Rubber (VMQ-1)ASTM D471Volume % -5, 40ASTM D2240Hardnesspts-30, 10ASTM D412Tensile Strength% -50, 5Fluorocarbon Rubber (FKM-1)ASTM D471Volume % -2, 3ASTM D2240Hardnesspts-6, 6ASTM D412Tensile Strength% -65, 10Ethylene Acrylic Rubber (AEM-1)ASTM D471Volume % -5, 30ASTM D2240Hardnesspts-20, 10ASTM D412Tensile Strength% -30, 30Note:(4) To be evaluated from -5 C to temperature at which 40,000 cP is attained or -40 C, or 2 C below the appropriate MRV TP-1 temperature (defined by SAE J300), whichever occurs first. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 18ILSAC Specifications: GF-1TestLimitsViscosity RequirementsAs defined by SAE J300Engine TestRequirementsSequence IID, Sequence IIIE, Sequence VE, CRC L-38API SG Limits apply. Tested according to CMA Code of PracticeBench Test RequirementsHTHS Viscosity at 150 C. and min. (for all viscosity grades)VolatilitySim. dis. (ASTM D2887) or Evaporative Loss (CEC-L-40-T-87)SAE 0W and 5W multigrades20% max. at 371 max. 1 hr. at 250 other SAE viscosity grades17% max. at 371 max. 1 hr. at 250 EOFT Filterability50% max. flow reductionFoaming (Tendency/Stability)ASTM D892 (Option A)Sequence I, II, III, IV, & ReportFlash PointASTM D92 or185 C. D93200 C. StabilityL-38 10 hr stripped viscosityMust stay-in-gradeHomogeneity and MiscibilityFederal test method 791B, method 3470Shall remain homogeneous and when mixed with SAE reference oils,shall remain miscibleAdditionalRequirementsSequence VI, CompatibilityPhosphorus Content, % J300 Low Temperature Viscosity, max. at -20 max. at -25 - Engine Oils - 19ILSAC Specifications: GF-2ILSAC GF-2 is applicable to SAE viscosity grades 0W-XX, 5W-XX and 10W-XX grades only. Oils can be licensed with the API Engine Oil Licensing and Certification System (EOLCS) from 15 October Sequence VI fuel economy engine test from ILSAC GF-1 is replaced with the Sequence VI-A. Three categories of fuel economy improvement are possible with ILSAC GF-2 oils have a phosphorus limitation of maximum compared with maximum for RequirementsSAE 0W-XX, 5W-XX, 10W-XXAs defined by SAE J300 Engine TestRequirementsSequence IID, Sequence IIIE, Sequence VE, CRC L-38API SG Limits apply. Testedaccording to CMA Code of PracticeBench Test RequirementsCEC-L-40-A-93/L-40-T-87 (NOACK), %22 , % Point (ASTM D92), (Tendency/Stability)D892 Sequence I, Sequence II, Sequence III, High temp. (ASTM D1392), EOFT FilterabilityFlow reduction, %50 EOFT waterRate & waterRate & ReportHigh Temp. Deposits (TEOST)Deposit % wt. VI-A Fuel EconomySAE 0W-20, SAE 0W-X, - Engine Oils - 20ILSAC Specifications: GF-3ILSAC GF-3 is applicable to SAE viscosity grades 0W-XX, 5W-XX and 10W-XX grades only. Oils can be licensed with the API Engine Oil Licensing and Certification System (EOLCS) from 15 October Sequence VI-A fuel economy engine test from ILSAC GF-2 is replaced with the Sequence VI-B. Three categories of fuel economy improvement are possible with ILSAC GF-3 oils maintain a phosphorus limitation of maximum established in ILSAC GF-2 to maintain acceptable catalyst RequirementsSAE 0W-XX, 5W-XX, 10W-XXAs defined by SAE J300Engine TestRequirementsSequence IIIF, Sequence IVA, Sequence VG, Sequence VIII, BRTAPI SL Limits apply. Testedaccording to ACC Code of PracticeBench Test RequirementsEvaporation Loss (ASTM D5800)15% max. 1 hr at 250 Distillation (ASTM D6417)10% max. at 371 , % Tendency/Stability (Option A)Sequence I, II, III, temp. (ASTM D6082), EOFT FilterabilityFlow reduction, %50 EOFT Modified (EOWTT) (1) water50 water50 Temp. Deposits (TEOST-MHT-4)Deposit % wt. VI-B Fuel EconomyFE1 (16 hr) FE2 (96 hr) Sum FE1/FE2SAE 0W-20, 5W-20 min min. -Other SAE 0W-30, 5W-30 min. min. 10W-30 & all other viscosity grades min. min. :(1) Test formulation with highest additive (DI/VI) concentration. Read across results to all other base oil/viscosity grade formulations using same or lower concentration of identical additive (DI/VI) combination. Each different DI/VI combination must be - Engine Oils - 21ILSAC Specifications: GF-4ILSAC GF-4 is applicable to SAE viscosity grades 0W-XX, 5W-XX and 10W-XX grades only. Oils can be licensed with the API Engine Oil Licensing and Certification System (EOLCS) from 14 January categories of fuel economy improvement are possible with ILSAC GF-4 oils have a phosphorus limitation of maximum compared with maximum for GF-3 and a sulphur limit dependent on the viscosity grade, to maintain acceptable catalyst RequirementsSAE 0W-XX, 5W-XX, 10W-XXAs defined by SAE J300Engine TestRequirementsSequence IIIGKinematic Viscosity Increase @ 40 C, %150 Weighted Piston Deposits, Stuck RingsnoneAverage Cam plus Lifter Wear, m60 IIIGAThe D4684 viscosity of the EOTsample must meet the requirementsof the original grade or the nexthigher the EOT oil from the ASTM Sequence IIIGA test with ASTM D4684 (MRV TP-1)Sequence VGAverage Engine Sludge, Rocker Cover Sludge, Engine Varnish, Piston Skirt Varnish, Screen Sludge, % area20 Screen Debris, % areaRate & ReportHot Stuck Compression RingsNoneCold Stuck RingsRate & ReportOil Ring Clogging, % areaRate & ReportFollower Pin Wear, cyl #8, avg., mRate & Report (1)Ring Gap Increase, cyl #1 & #8, avg., mRate & Report (1)Sequence IVAAverage Cam Wear (7 position average), m90 maximumSequence VIIIBearing Weight Loss, mg26 maximumSequence VIB (2)SAE 0W-20 and 5W-20 viscosity FEI 1 min. after 16 hrs. FEI 2 min. after 96 hrs. agingSAE 0W-30 and 5W-30 viscosity FEI 1 min. after 16 hrs. FEI 2 min. after 96 hrs. agingSAE 10W-30 and all other viscosity grades not listed FEI 1 min. after 16 hrs. FEI 2 min. after 96 hrs. agingNote:(1) ASTM Surveillance Panel will review statistics annually.(2) All FEI 1 and FEI 2 values determined relative to ASTM Reference Oil - Engine Oils - 22ILSAC Specifications: GF-4TestLimitsBench TestRequirementsEvaporation Loss (ASTM D5800)15% max. 1 hr at 250 CSimulated Distillation (ASTM D6417)10% max. at 371 CPhosphorous, % min. - , % mass,SAE 0W and 5W 10W Stability, Sequence VIII (ASTM D6709)Kinematic viscosity must remainin original SAE viscosity10 hr stripped KV @ 100 CBall Rust test (ASTM D6557)Average Grey value100 (Tendency/Stability)Sequence I, II, III, temp. (ASTM D6082), EOFT FilterabilityFlow reduction, %50 EOFT Modified (EOWTT) (3) water50 water50 Temp. deposits (TEOST MHT-4)Deposit wt. VI-B Fuel Economy (2)FE1 (16 hr) FE2 (96 hr)SAE 0W-20, min. 0W-30, min. 10W-30 & all other viscosity min. :(2) All FEI 1 and FEI 2 values determined relative to ASTM Reference Oil BC.(3) Test formulation with highest additive (DI/VI) concentration. Read across results to all other base oil/viscosity grade formulations using same or lower concentration of identical additive (DI/VI) combination. Each different DI/VI combination must be - Engine Oils - 23ILSAC Specifications: GF-5TestPerformance CriteriaLimitsViscosity requirements SAE 0W-XX, 5W-XX, 10W-XXAs defined by SAE J300Gelation IndexASTM D5133 To be evaluated from -5 C at which 40,000 cP is attained or -40 C, or 2 C below the appropriate MRV TP-1 temperature (defined by SAE J300), whichever occurs firstEngine Test Requirements Sequence IIIG (ASTM D7320)Kinematic viscosity increase @ 40 C, %150 Weighted Piston Deposits, merits Stuck RingsnoneAverage Cam plus Lifter Wear, m60 VG (ASTM D6593)Average Engine Sludge, Rocker Cover Sludge, merits Engine Varnish, Piston Skirt Varnish, Screen Sludge, % area15 Screen Debris, % areaRate & ReportHot Stuck Compression Rings noneCold Stuck Rings Rate & ReportOil Ring Clogging, % areaRate & ReportSequence IVA (ASTM D6891)Average Cam Wear (7 positions average), m 90 VIII (ASTM D6709)Bearing weight loss, mg26 VID (ASTM D7589)SAE xW-20 Viscosity grade FEI min. after 100 hrs. ageingSAE xW-30 viscosity gradeFEI SUM min. after 100 hrs. aging SAE 10W-30 and all others viscosity grades not listed above: FEI SUM min. FEI min. after 100 hrs. aging Catalyst compatibility Phosphorus Content, ASTM (mass) Volatility ASTM D7320 (Sequence IIIGB, Phosphorus retention)79% minSulphur content, ASTM D4951 or D2622SAE 0W-XX, (mass) (mass) Phosphorous content, ASTM (mass ) - Engine Oils - 24ILSAC Specifications: GF-5TestPerformance CriteriaLimitsEngine Test Requirements VolatilityEvaporation loss, ASTM D580015% max 1 hr at 250 C (1)Simulated distillation, ASTM D641710% max at 371 CHigh Temperature Deposits, TEOST MHT-4ASTM D7097Deposit weight, mg35 maxHigh Temperature Deposits, TEOST 33C, ASTM D6335Total deposit weight, mg30 max (2)Filterability EOWTT, ASTM D6794with H2O50% maximum flow reduction with H2O50% maximum flow reduction with H2O50% maximum flow reduction with H2O50% maximum flow reduction EOFT, ASTM D679550% maximum flow reduction Fresh Oil Foaming Characteristics (ASTM D6082 option A and excluding paragraph 11)TendencyStability (after 1 min settling period)Sequence I10 ml max0 ml maxSequence II50 ml max0 ml maxSequence III10 ml max0 ml maxFresh Oil High Temperature Foaming Characteristics, ASTM D6082 (Option A)TendencyStability (after 1 min settling period)100ml max0 ml maxAged oil Low Temperature Viscosity, ROBO Test, ASTM D7528Measure CCS viscosity of the EOT ROBO sample at the CCS temperature corresponding to original viscosity gradeSee (3) a) b) c)Note:(1) Calculated conversions specified in D5800 are allowed.(2) No TEOST 33C limit for SAE 0W-20.(3) a) If CCS Viscosity measured is less than or equal to the maximum CCS viscosity for the original viscosity grade, run ASTM D4684 (MRV TP-1) at the MRV temperature specified in SAE J300 for the original viscosity grade b) If CCS Viscosity measured is higher than the maximum viscosity specified for the original grade in J300, run ASTM D4684 (MRV TP-1) at 5 C higher temperature ( at MRV temperature specified in SAE J300 for the next higher viscosity grade). c) The EOT ROBO sample must show no yield stress in the D4684 test and its D4684 viscosity must be below the maximum specified in SAE J300 for the original viscosity grade or the next higher viscosity grade, depending on the CCS viscosity as outlined in a) or b) - Engine Oils - 25ILSAC Specifications: GF-5TestPerformance CriteriaLimitsAged oil Low Temperature Viscosity, ASTM Sequence IIIGA test, ASTM D7320Measure CCS viscosity of the EOT Sequence IIIGA sample at the CCS temperature corresponding to original viscosity gradeSee (4) a) b) c)Shear stability, Sequence VIII, ASTM D670910 hr stripped KV @ 100 CKinematic viscosity must remain in original SAE viscosity gradeHomogeneity and Miscibility, ASTM D6922Shall remain homogeneous and, when mixed with ASTM Test Monitoring Center (TMC) reference oils, shall remain miscibleEngine Rusting, Ball Rust Test, ASTM D6557Average gray value 100 min Emulsion Retention, ASTM D75630 C, 24 hrsNo water separation25 C, 24 hrsNo water separationElastomer compatibilityCandidate oil for elastomer compatibility shall be performed using the five Standard Reference Elastomers (SREs) referenced herein and defined in SAE J2643. Candidate oil testing shall be performed according to ASTM D7216 Annex A2. The post-candidate-oil-immersion elastomers shall conform to the specification limits detailed Material (SAE J2643)Test ProcedureMaterial propertyUnitsLimitsPolyacrylate Rubber (ACM-1)ASTM D471Volume % -5, 9ASTM D2240Hardnesspts-10, 10ASTM D412Tensile Strength% -40, 40Hydrogenated Nitrile Rubber (HNBR-1)ASTM D471Volume % -5, 10ASTM D2240Hardnesspts-10, 5vASTM D412Tensile Strength% -20, 15Silicone Rubber (VMQ-1)ASTM D471Volume % -5, 40ASTM D2240Hardnesspts-30, 10ASTM D412Tensile Strength% -50, 5Fluorocarbon Rubber (FKM-1)ASTM D471Volume % -2, 3ASTM D2240Hardnesspts-6, 6ASTM D412Tensile Strength% -65, 10Ethylene Acrylic Rubber (AEM-1)ASTM D471Volume % -5, 30ASTM D2240Hardnesspts-20, 10ASTM D412Tensile Strength% -30, 30Note:(4) a) If CCS Viscosity measured is less than or equal to the maximum CCS viscosity for the original viscosity grade, run ASTM D4684 (MRV TP-1) at the MRV temperature specified in SAE J300 for the original viscosity grade. b) If CCS Viscosity measured is higher than the maximum viscosity specified for the original grade in J300, run ASTM D4684 (MRV TP-1) at 5 C higher temperature ( at MRV temperature specified in SAE J300 for the next higher viscosity grade). c) The EOT IIIGA sample must show no yield stress in the D4684 test and its D4684 viscosity must be below the maximum specified in SAE J300 for the original viscosity grade or the next higher viscosity grade, depending on the CCS viscosity as outlined in a) or b) - Engine Oils - 26 C Compression - (Fleets, Contractors, Farmers, etc.)For Light Duty Diesel Engine ServiceService typical of diesel engine operated in mild to moderate duty with high-quality fuels and occasionally has included gasoline engines in mild service. Oils designed for this service provide protection from bearing corrosion and from ring belt deposits in some naturally aspirated diesel engines when using fuels of such quality that they impose no unusual requirements for wear and deposit protection. They were widely used in the late 1940s and 1950s but should not be used in any engine unless specifically recommended by the equipment Moderate Duty Diesel Engine ServiceService typical of diesel engines operated in mild to moderate duty, but with lower-quality fuels which necessitate more protection for wear and deposits. Occasionally has included gasoline engines in mild service. Oils designed for this service provide necessary protection from bearing corrosion and from ring belt deposits in some naturally aspirated diesel engines with higher sulphur fuels. Oils designed for this service were introduced in Moderate Duty Diesel and Gasoline Engine ServiceService typical of many naturally aspirated 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 and low temperature deposits in gasoline engines. These oils were introduced in Severe Duty Diesel Engine ServiceService 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 meeting the performance requirements measure in the following diesel and gasoline engine tests: The 1-G2 diesel engine test has been correlated with indirect injection engines used in heavy-duty operation, particularly with regard to piston and ring groove deposits. The L-38 gasoline engine test requirement provides a measurement of copper-lead bearing weight loss and piston varnish under high-temperature operating Compression Classifications C CompressionCACBCCCD02/14 - Engine Oils - 27For Severe Duty two-Stroke Diesel Engine ServiceService typical of two-stroke cycled engines requiring highly efficient control over wear and deposits. Oils designed for this service also meet the performance requirements of API service category meeting the performance requirements measured in the following diesel and gasoline engine tests: The 1-G2 diesel engine test has been correlated with indirect injection engines used in heavy-duty operation, particularly with regard to piston and ring groove deposits. The 6V-53T diesel engine test has been correlated with vehicles equipped with two-stroke cycle diesel engines in high-speed operation prior to 1985, particularly with regard to ring and liner distress. The L-38 gasoline engine test requirement provides a measurement of copper-lead bearing weight loss and piston varnish under high-temperature operating High Performance Diesel Engine ServiceService typical of many turbocharged or supercharged high performance diesel engines, operated under both low speed - high load and high speed - high load conditions. Oils designed for this service have been available since 1984 and provide improved control of oil consumption, oil thickening and piston assembly deposits and wear relative to the performance potential offered by oils designed for Category CD meeting the performance requirements of the following diesel and gasoline engine tests: The 1-G2 diesel engine test has been correlated with indirect injection engines used in heavy-duty service, particularly with regard to piston and ring groove deposits. The T-6, T-7 and NTC-400 are direct injection diesel engine tests. The T-6 has been correlated with vehicles equipped with engines used in high-speed operation prior to 1980, particularly with regard to deposits, oil consumption and wear. The T-7 test has been correlated with vehicles equipped with engines used in lugging operation prior to 1984, particularly with regard to oil thickening. The NTC-400 diesel engine test has been correlated with vehicles equipped with engines in highway operation prior to 1983, particularly with regard to oil consumption, deposits and wear. The L-38 gasoline engine test requirement provides a measurement of copper-lead bearing weight loss under high-temperature operating Compression Classifications C Compression02/14 - Engine Oils - 28For Indirect Injected Diesel Engine ServiceAPI Service Category CF denotes service typical of indirect injected diesel engines, and other diesel engines which use a broad range of fuel types including those using fuel with higher sulphur content, for example, over wt. Effective control of piston deposits, wear and copper - containing 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. Oils designated for this service may also be used when API service category CD is Two-Stroke Cycle Diesel Engine ServiceAPI Service category CF-2 denotes service typical of two-stroke cycle engines requiring highly effective control over cylinder and ring-face scuffing and deposits. Oils designated for this service have been in existence since 1994 and may also be used when API Service Category CD-II is recommended. These oils do not necessarily meet the requirements of CF or CF-4 unless passing test requirements for these High Performance Diesel Engine ServiceThis category was adopted in 1990 and describes oils for use in high speed, four-stroke diesel engines. API CF-4 oils exceed the requirements of the CE category, providing improved control of oil consumption and piston meeting the performance requirements in the following diesel and gasoline engine tests:The T-6, T-7, NTC 400 and L-38 engines: See API CE Category for 1K diesel engine test, which has been correlated with direct injection engines used in heavy-duty service prior to 1990, particularly with regard to piston and ring groove deposits. It has been demonstrated that the 1K test, in combination with test method D5968, the bench corrosion test, can be substituted for the NTC-400 test as an acceptable means to demonstrate performance against this method D6483, the T-9 diesel engine test can be used as an alternate for the T-6 test and its method D5967, the F8A version, and its limits can be used as an alternate for the T-7 test and its Compression ClassificationsCFCF-2CF-4 C Compression 02/14 - Engine Oils - 29For Severe Duty Diesel Engine ServiceAPI Service Category CG-4 describes oils for use in high speed four stroke-cycle diesel engines used on both heavy-duty on-highway (less than wt. sulphur fuel) and off highway (less than wt. sulphur 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 designated for this service have been in existence since 1998 Severe Duty Diesel Engine ServiceAPI Service Category CH-4 describes oils for use in high-speed, four-stroke 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 sulphur content up to percent oils are especially effective to sustain engine durability even under adverse applications that may stress wear control, high temperature stability, and soot handling properties. In addition, optimum protection is provided against non-ferrous corrosion, oxidative and insoluble thickening, foaming, and viscosity loss due to shear. These oils also have the performance capability to afford a more flexible approach to oil drain intervals in accordance with the recommendations of the individual engine builders for their specific oils are superior in performance to those meeting API CF-4 and API CG-4 and can effectively lubricate engines calling for those API Service 2004 Severe Duty Diesel Engine ServiceAPI Service Category CI-4 describes oils for use in high-speed, four-stroke cycle diesel engines designed to meet 2004 exhaust emission standards implemented in 2002. These oils are intended for use in all applications with diesel fuels ranging in sulphur content up to oils are specifically formulated to sustain engine durability where Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) is used and the impact of these oils on other supplemental exhaust emission devices has not been determined. Optimum protection is provided against corrosive and soot-related wear tendencies, piston deposits, degradation of low- and high-temperature viscometric properties due to soot accumulation, oxidative thickening, loss of oil consumption control, foaming, degradation of seal materials, and viscosity loss due to oils that meet the API Service Category CI-4 designation have been tested in accordance with the ACC Code and may use the API Base Oil Interchangeability Guidelines and the API Guidelines for SAE Viscocity-Grade Engine oils are superior in performance to those meeting API CH-4, CG-4, and CF-4 and may be used in engines calling for those API Service + Introduced in 2006, with greater soot control over API CI-4 , Mack T-8E moving to Mack T-11API Compression ClassificationsCG-4CH-4CI-4 C Compression 02/14 - Engine Oils - 30Diesel Engine ServiceAPI Service Category CJ-4 describes oils for use in high-speed four-stroke cycle diesel engines designed to meet 2007 model year on-highway exhaust emission standards as well as for previous model oils are compounded for use in all applications with diesel fuels ranging in sulphur content up to 500ppm ( by weight). However, the use of these oils with greater than 15ppm ( by weight) sulphur fuel may impact after treatment system durability and/or oil drain oils are especially effective at sustaining emission control system durability where particulate filters and other advanced after treatment systems are used. Optimum protection is provided for control of catalyst poisoning, particulate filter blocking, engine wear, piston deposits, low- and high-temperature stability, soot handling properties, oxidative thickening, foaming, and viscosity loss due to oils that meet the API Service Category CJ-4 designation have been tested in accordance with the ACC Code and may use the API Base Oil Interchangeability Guidelines and the API Guidelines for SAE Viscosity-Grade Engine CJ-4 oils exceed the performance criteria of API CI-4 with CI-4 PLUS, CI-4, CH-4, CG-4 and CF-4 and can effectively lubricate engines calling for those API Service Categories. When using CJ-4 oil with higher than 15 ppm sulphur fuel, consult the engine manufacturer for service first licence date for API CJ-4 will be October 15, May 1, 2006, marketers may license products meeting API CJ-4 requirements as API CI-4 with CI-4 PLUS, CI-4, CH-4, CG-4, and Compression ClassificationsCJ-4 C Compression 02/14 - Engine Oils - 31API Diesel Engine Performance CriteriaTest Primary Performance CriteriaLimitsL-4L-38CAL-4 or L-38Bearing Weight Loss, mg. Skirt Varnish Rating, ( fuel)Top Groove Filling, % vol. Groove and belowEssentially cleanCBL-4 or L-38Same as CAL-1 ( fuel)Same as CA, except30Top Groove Filling, % vol. Weight Loss, mg. Skirt Varnish Rating, DMod LT DLTD or Modified LTDPiston Skirt Varnish Rating, Engine Varnish Rating, Engine Sludge Rating, Ring Plugging, %. Screen Clogging, %. or IIDAvg. Engine Rust Rating, Groove Fill, % vol. Total Demerits, Side Clearance Loss, in. Groove Fill, % vol. Total Demerits, Side Clearance Loss, in. Weight Loss, mg. Skirt Varnish Rating, Groove Fill, % vol. Total Demerits, Side Clearance Loss, in. Weight Loss, mg. Varnish Rating, AreaWeighted Total Demerits, avg. Stuck RingsNone2 and 3 Ring Face Distress avg. Demerits, and Head AreaLiner Distress, avg. % Area, DistressNone02/14 - Engine Oils - 32API Diesel Engine Performance Criteria Test Primary Performance CriteriaLimitsCE1G2Top Groove Fill, % vol. Total Demerits, Side Clearance loss, in. Weight Loss, mg. 6Merit Rating, 7Avg. Rate of Viscosity increase during last 50 hrs, cSt. 100 C/hr. ConsumptionCandidate oil consumption second order regression curve must fall completely below the published mean plus one standard deviation curve for the applicable reference oilCamshaft Roller Follower Pin Wearaverage, max. mm. (in). ( )Crown Land (Top Land) Deposits, % area covered with heavy carbon,average, Deposits, Third Ring Land,total CRC demerits for all 6pistons, - Engine Oils - 33API Diesel Engine Performance Criteria Test Primary Performance CriteriaNumber of Test Runs123CF1M-PCTop Groove Filling (TGF), % vol. Total Demerits (WTD), Side Clearance Loss, mm. Ring StickingNoneNoneNonePiston, Ring and Liner ScuffingNoneNoneNoneSeq. VIIIBearing Weight Loss, mg. Total Demerits (WTD), Line Scuffing, %. Plugging, %. Cylinder555Piston Ring Face Distress Demerits, 1 (Fire Ring) No. 2 & VIIIBearing Weight Loss, mg. 1-K test programme with a minimumof two tests, acceptable to the limits shownin the columns to the right, is required todemonstrate performance for this categoryNumber of Test Runs234Weighted Demerits (WDK), Groove Carbon Fill (TGF), % vol. Land Heavy Carbon (TLHC), %. Oil Consumption, g/kW-h. (0-252 hrs.) Oil Consumption, g/kW-h. (228-252 hrs.) , (piston-rings-liner)NoneNoneNoneLimits (1 test)T6Merit Rating (*), (D6987)orTop Piston Ring % wt. loss, avg. mg. Wear, m. rate of KV inc. during last 50 hrs. (D5967)orAverage rate of KV inc. 100-150 hrs. VIIIBearing Weight Loss, mg. (D5968)Copper, mg/kg. (ppm) increase, , mg/kg. (ppm) increase, , mg/kg. (ppm) increase, Corrosion, :* Requires greater than zero unit on all individual - Engine Oils - 34API Diesel Engine Performance Criteria Test Primary Performance CriteriaNumber of Test Runs123CG-41NWDN (Weighted Demerits-1N), avg. (Top Groove Fill), % vol. 202325avg. (Top Land Heavy Carbon), 345% avg. Consumption, g/kW-h. avg. , Piston-Rings-LinerNumber of Tests AllowedNoneNoneNoneStuck RingsNoneNone NoneT- 8Viscosity Increase at soot, cSt. avg. Plugging, Differential Pressure, kPa. avg. Consumption, g/kW-h. avg. IIIFor60 hr viscosity (at 40 C)325349360IIIGKinematic viscosity % increase @ 40 C, max150173184Seq. VIIIBearing Weight Loss, mg. avg. Oil Viscosity, cSt. greater than SAEJ300 lower limit for Grade, avg. , m. (mils), avg. ( ) ( ) ( )FoamOption Anot allowed Foaming/Settling, ml. I10/0Sequence II20/0Sequence III10/0BenchCorrosionTestppm. Increase, Corrosion, max. D1303Note: Limits do not apply to monograde - Engine Oils - 35 API Diesel Engine Performance CriteriaTestPrimary Performance CriteriaNumber of Test Runs123CH-41PWDP (Weighted Demerits - 1P), (Top Groove carbon), %, vol. (Top land Carbon), %, Oil Consumption, 0-360 oil Consumption, 336-360 ISM(1)Crosshead Weight Loss, soot, mg, , Pressure/Oil Filter, kPa, (2)Avg. Liner wear, m, Ring Weight Loss, mg, in Lead Content, ppm, Increase, soot cSt, Viscosity, soot, (Weighted Demerits - 1K), (Top Groove Fill), % vol, (Top Land Heavy Carbon), %, Consumption, g/bhp-hr, , Ring and Liner ScuffingNoneNoneNoneRFWTPin Wear, mils, (Sequence IIIF)60 hr viscosity at 40 C, increase from 10 min sample, %, (MTAC)295 (MTAC)or Sequence IIIGKinematic viscosity, % increase at 40 C, (MTAC)150 (MTAC)D892 (Option A not allowed)Foaming/Settling, mL, max. Sequence I10/0 Sequence II20/0 Sequence III10/0D5800 or% volatility loss at 250 C, 10W-3020SAE 15W-4018D6417% volatility loss at 371 C, viscosity after shearing, cSt Volume, %, CorrosionCopper, ppm, Increase, , ppm, Increase, , ppm, Increase, Corrosion, ASTM D130, :(1) Cummins ISM may be used as alternative for limits see ASTM D4485.(2) Mack T-10 or Mack T-12 may be used as alternative for limits see ASTM - Engine Oils - 36API Diesel Engine Performance CriteriaTestPrimary Performance CriteriaNumber of Test Runs123CI-4D6923 (1R)orWeighted demerits (WDP), groove carbon (TGC), demerits, land carbon (TLC), demerits, oil consumption (IOC), (0-252 hrs.), g/h, (1P)Weighted demerits (WDP), groove carbon (TGC), demerits, land carbon (TLC), demerits, oil consumption, g/h (0-360 hrs.), oil consumption, g/h (312-360 hrs.), , ring, and liner scuffingnonenonenoneD6987 (T10)orD7422 (T12)Merit rating, (ISM)Crosshead % wt. loss, mg, filter differential pressure at 250 hrs, kPa, max379462510Average engine sludge, CRC merits at EOT, (T8-E)Relative viscosity at (Sequence IIIF)kinematic viscosity (at 40 C), % increase, (MTAC)275 (MTAC)or D7320 (Sequence IIIG)Kinematic viscosity, % increase at 40 C, (MTAC)150 (MTAC)D6750(1K)Weighted demerits (WDK), groove fill (TGF), %, land heavy carbon, (TLHC), %, oil consumption, g/kW-h, (0-252 hrs.), , ring and liner scuffingnonenonenoneD5966 (RFWT)Average pin wear, mils, m, ( )( )( )D6894 (EOAT)Aeration, volume %, (High temperature/ High shear)Viscosity after shear, , -D4684(MRV TP-1)The following limits are applied to SAE viscosity grades 0W, 5W, 10W and 15W: Viscosity of 75 hrs. used oil sample from T-10 test tested at -20 C, mPa-s, ,000If yield stress is detected, use modified D4684 (external preheat), then mPa-s, max. and yield stress, Pa25,000<35D5800 (NOACK)Evaporative loss at 250 C, %, max1502/14 - Engine Oils - 37ElastomerVolume ChangeLimits HardnessTensile Strength Elongation Nitrile+5/-3+7/-5+10/-TMC 1006+10/-TMC 1006Silicone+ TMC 1006/-3+5/-TMC 1006+10/-45+20/-30Polyacrylate+5/-3+8/-5+18/-15+10/-35Fluoroelastomer+5/-2+7/-5+10/-TMC 1006+10/-TMC 1006API Diesel Engine Performance CriteriaTestPrimary Performance CriteriaLimitsCI-4D6594 (135 C HTCBT)Copper, mg/kg (ppm) increase, , mg/kg (ppm) increase, , mg/kg (ppm) increase, strip rating, viscosity after shearing, cSt, XW-30 / SAE / , ml. max. Sequence I10/020/010/0Sequence IISequence IIIElastomer Compatibility02/14 - Engine Oils - 38API Diesel Engine Performance CriteriaTestPrimary Performance CriteriaNumber of Test Runs123CJ-4D7422 (T-12)Merit rating, (ISM)Merit rating, ring weight loss, mg, (C-13)Merit rating, piston (T-11)TGA % Soot at cSt increase, at 100 C, % Soot at cSt increase, at 100 C % Soot at cSt increase, at 100 C (ISB)Slider tappet weight loss, mg, average, lobe wear, m, average, weight loss, mg, avgReportReportReportD6750 (1N)Weighted demerits (WDN), groove fill (TGF), %, land heavy carbon (TLHC), %, consumption, g/kW-h, (0-252 hrs.), , ring, and liner scuffingnonenonenonePiston ring stickingnonenonenoneD5966 (RFWT)Average pin wear, mils, ( m, max),( )( )( )D6984(Seq. IIIF)Kinematic viscosity (at 40 C) % increase, (MTAC)275 (MTAC)Or, alternately, Sequence IIIG Kinematic viscosity (at 40 C), % increase, (MTAC)150 (MTAC)D6894 (EOAT)Aeration, volume, %, (MTAC) (MTAC)D4683 (High temperature/ High shear)Viscosity at 150 C, mPa-s, (135 C HTCBT)Copper, mg/kg (ppm) increase, , mg/kg (ppm) increase, strip rating, viscosity after 90 pass,SAE XW-30 / SAE XW-40shearing, cSt at 100 C, / (NOACK)Evaporative loss at 250 C, %, max, (Viscosities other than SAE 10W-30)13Evaporative loss at 250 C, %, max. (SAE 10W-30 viscosity)15D892Foaming/settling, ml. I10/0Sequence II20/0Sequence III10/0D6896 (MRV TP-1)Viscosity of the 180 hr used oil drain samplefrom a T-11 test, tested at -20 CmPa-s, ,000If yield stress is detected, use the modified test method (external preheat), then measure the viscosity, mPa-s, ,000Measure the yield stress, Pa<3502/14 - Engine Oils - 39API Diesel Engine Performance CriteriaTest Primary Performance CriteriaLimitsCJ-4D874Sulfated ash, weight %, , weight %, max. , weight %, CompatibilityElastomerVolume Change, %Hardness Change, PointsTensile Strength Change, %Elongation at Break Change, %Nitrile (NBR)(+5, -3)(+7, -5)(+10, -TMC 1006)(+10, -TMC 1006)Silicone (VMQ)(+TCM 1006, -3)(+5, -TMC 1006)(+10, -45)(+20, -30)Polyacrylate (ACM)(+5, -3)(+8, -5)(+18, -15)(+10, -35)Fluoroelastomer (FKM)(+5, -2)(+7, -5)(+10, -TMC 1006)(+10, -TMC 1006)Vamac G (Seal Test)Evaluate the Vamac G elastomer using the procedures specified in D7216 and Annex specifications limits for Vamac G follow:Volume Change %+TMC 1006/-3Hardness Change, Points+5/-TMC 1006Tensile Strength Change, %+10/-TMC 1006Elongation at Break Change, %+10/-TMC 100602/14 - Engine Oils - 40ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitLimitsA1 /B1-04A3 /B3-04A3 /B4-04A5 / B5-04Viscosity gradesSAE J300Latest active issueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient stabilityCEC-L-14-A-93 orASTM D6278100 C Viscosity after 30 cyclesmm /s xW-20 stay in gradexW-30 grades to be Stay- in-gradeAll grades to be Stay- in-gradeAll grades to be Stay- in-gradeViscosity at high temp. & high shear rateCEC-L-36-A-90(2nd Edition)(Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and 106s-1 shear minAll others min. lossCEC-L-40-A-93 (NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1 hr at 250 C% 15 13 13 13NOTE: The following sections apply to all sequencesSulphated ashASTM D874% m/m 1 .3 (1) (1) (1) (1)SulphurASTM D5185(2)% m/mReportPhosphorousASTM D5185(2)% m/mReportChlorineASTM D6443ppm m/mReportOil / elastomer compatibilityCEC-L-39-T-96(3)Max variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingElastomer typeRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4AEMVAMACAs per Daimler ChryslerHardness DIDCpoints-1/+5-5/+8-22/+1-5/+5Tensile strength%-40/+10-15/+18-30/+10-20/+10Elongation at rupture%-50/+10-35/+10-20/+10-50/+10Volume variation%-1/+5-7/+5-1/+22-5/+5Foaming tendencyASTM D892without option ATendency - stabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilHigh temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082High temperature foam testTendency - stabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 100 - nilNote:(1) Maximum limits. Values take into account method and production tolerances.(2) The internal standard method has to be used.(3) Use either complete DaimlerChrysler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days +/- 2h, 4 materials (NBR: NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C +/- 2 C); FPM: AK6 (150 C +/- 2 C); ACM: E750302/14 - Engine Oils - 41ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Engine TestsRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsA1 /B1 -04A3 /B3 -04A3 /B4 -04A5 /B5 -04High temperature deposits Ring stickingOil thickeningCEC-L-88-T-02(TU5JP-L4)72 hr testRing Sticking (each part)merit, Varnish (6 elements, average of 4 pistons)merit, 216RL 216RL 216RL 216Absolute viscosity increase at 40 C between min. and max. values during testmm2/s, xRL xRL xRL 216Oil consumptionkg/testReportReportReportReportLow temperature sludgeASTM D6593-00(Sequence VG)Under protocol & requirements for API (4)Average engine sludgemerit, cover sludgemerit, piston skirt varnishmerit, engine varnishmerit, ring (hot stuck)nonenonenonenoneOil screen clogging%, train scuffing wearCEC-L-38-A-94(TU3M)Average cam wear m, wear m, merit (avg. of 8 pads)merit, sludgeCEC-L-53-T-95(M111)Average engine sludgemerit, 140RL 140RL 140RL 140Note:(4) The limits shown are based upon those applied in market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits are appropriate for European vehicles and - Engine Oils - 42ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Engine TestsRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsA1 /B1 -04A3 /B3 -04A3 /B4 -04A5 /B5 -04Fuel economy (5)CEC-L-54-T-96Fuel economy improvement , (M111)Reference oil RL191 (15W-40)Ring sticking and piston cleanlinessCEC-L-46-T-93Ring stickingmerit, 148RL 148--(VW TC D) (6)Piston cleanlinessmerit, 148RL 148--Medium temperature dispersivityCEC-L-093Absolute viscosity increase at 100 C and 6% sootmm2/s, xRL223 xRL223 xRL223 xRL223 result(DV4TD) (7)Piston merit (8)merit, min.( )( )( )( )Note:(5) ACEA considers the CEC-L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvement should be made. (6) The test according to CEC-L-78-T-99 may be run instead of CEC-L-46-T-93 for A1/B1 and A3/B3. The limits shall be as A3/B4. (7) XUD11 BTE passing results obtained before the end of 2005 can be used instead of the DV4. (8) Piston merit is not yet an official CEC - Engine Oils - 43ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsA1 /B1 -04A3 /B3 -04A3 /B4 -04A5 /B5 -04Wear, Viscosity stability & Oil consumptionOM 602 A(9)Average cam wear. (New tappet) m, increase at 40 C%, polishing%, cylinder wear m, consumptionkg/test, diesel Piston cleanliness & Ring stickingCEC-L-78-T-99(VW TDI)Piston cleanlinessmerit, 206 - 3ptsRL 206Ring sticking (rings 1 & 2)Average of all 8 ringsASF, for any 1st ringASF, for any 2nd ringASF, :(9) OM 646 LA results at an equivalent performance level can be used as soon as the test becomes available as a CEC test. In the event of OM 602 A and OM 646 are not available, ACEA will define an - Engine Oils - 44ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsC1 -04C2 -04C3 -07C4 -07 Viscosity gradesSAE J300Latest active issueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient stabilityCEC-L-14-A-93orASTM D6278100 C Viscosity after 30 cyclesmm2/sStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeViscosity at high temp. & high shear rateCEC-L-36-A-90(2nd Edition)(Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and106 s-1 shear , lossCEC-L-40-A-93(NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1 hr at 250 C%, D5185(1)% m/m, D5185(1)% m/m, ashASTM D874% m/m, (2) (2) (2) (2)ChlorineASTM D6443ppm - D2896mg KOH/g, :(1) The internal standard method has to be used.(2) Maximum limits. Values take into account method and production tolerances OM 646 are not available, ACEA will define an - Engine Oils - 45ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsC1 -04C2 -04C3 -07C4 -07 NOTE: The following sections apply to all sequencesOil / elastomer compatibility (3)CEC-L-39-T-96Max. variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingElastomer typeRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4AEM VAMACHardness DIDCpoints-1/+5-5/+8-22/+1-5/+5As per Daimler ChryslerTensile strength%-40/+10-15/+18-30/+10-20/+10Elongation at rupture%-50/+10-35/+10-20/+10-50/+10Volume variation%-1/+5-7/+5-1/+22-5/+5Foaming tendencyASTM D892without option ATendency - stabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilHigh temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082Tendency - stabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 100 - nilHigh temperaturefoam testNote:(3) Use either complete DaimlerChrysler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days +/- 2h, 4 materials (NBR: NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C +/-2 C ); FPM: AK6 (150 C +/- 2 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C +/-2 C); AEM: D 8948 (150 C +/-2 C)) + RE3, or complete requirements as above + DC requirements for - Engine Oils - 46ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsC1 -04C2 -04C3 -07C4 -07 High temperature depositsRing stickingOil thickeningCEC-L-88-T-02(TU5JP-L4)72 hr testRing sticking (each part)merit, varnish,(6 elements, average of 4 pistons)merit, 216RL 216RL 216RL 216Absolute viscosity increase at 40 C between min and max values during testmm2/s, xRL xRL xRL xRL 216Oil consumptionkg/testReportReportReportReportLow temperature sludgeASTM D6593-00(Sequence VG)Under protocol & requirements for API (4)Average engine sludgemerit, cover sludgemerit, Piston skirt varnishmerit, engine varnishmerit, ring (hot stuck)nonenonenonenoneOil screen clogging%, train scuffing wearCEC-L-38-A-94(TU3M)Average cam wear m, wear, max m, merit (avg. of 8 pads)merit, sludgeCEC-L-53-T-95(M111)Average engine sludgemerit, 140RL 140RL 140RL 140 + 4 or > economy (5)CEC-L-54-T-96(M111)Fuel economy improvement oil RL 191 (15W-40)%, for xW-30 for xW-30 gradeNote:(4) The limits shown are based upon those applied in market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits are appropriate for European vehicles and lubricants.(5) ACEA considers the CEC-L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvement should be - Engine Oils - 47ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsC1 -04C2 -04C3 -07C4 -07 Medium temperature dispersivityCEC-L-093(DV4TD)Absolute viscosity increase at 100 C and 6% sootmm2/s, xRL223 xRL223 xRL223 xRL223 resultPiston merit (6)merit, min.(RL223 )(RL223 )(RL223 )(RL223 )DI dieselPiston cleanliness & Ring stickingCEC-L-78-T-99(VW DI)Piston cleanlinessmerit, sticking (rings 1 & 2)Average of all 8 rings(ASF), for any 1st ring(ASF), for any 2nd ring(ASF), ,Viscosity stability &Oil consumption OM 602 A (7)Average Cam wear m, increase @ 40 C%, polishing%, cylinder wear m, consumptionkg/test, :(6) Piston merit is not yet an official CEC parameter.(7) OM 646 LA results at an equivalent performance level can be used as soon as the test becomes available as CEC test. In the event of OM 602 A and OM 646 are not available, ACEA will define an - Engine Oils - 48ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsE2 -96 Issue 5E4 -07E6 -04Issue 2E7 -04Issue 2 ViscositySAE J300Latest Active IssueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient stabilityCEC-L-14-A-93Viscosity after 30 cycles measured at 100 Cmm2/s, grades no D6278ASTM D6278Viscosity after 90 cycles measured at 100 Cmm2/s--Stay-in-gradeViscosity, High temperature,High shear rateCEC-L-36-A-90(2nd Edition)(Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and 106 s-1 Shear , lossCEC-L-40-A-93(NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1 hrs. at 250 C%, ashASTM D874% m/m, D5185% m/m, D5185% m/m, - Engine Oils - 49ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsE2 -96 Issue 5E4 -07E6 -04Issue 2E7 -04Issue 2 Oil elastomer compatibility (2)CEC-L-39-T-96Elastomer TypeMax. variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4AEMVAMACHardn ess DIDCpoints-1/+5-5/+8-25/+1-5/+5As per Daimler-ChryslerTensile strength%-50/+10-15/+18-45/+10-20/+10Elo ngation rupture%-60/+10-35/+10-20/+10-50/+10Volu me variation%-1/+5-7/+5-1/+30-5/+5Foaming tendencyD892without option ATendency - stabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilmlSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilmlSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilHigh temperature foaming tendencyD6082Tendency - stabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 200-50Oxidation(CEC-L-85-T-99)(PDSC)Oxid ation induction timemins, Increaseppm, KOH/g, :(2) Use either complete DaimlerChrysler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days +/- 2h, 4 materials (NBR: NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C +/-2 C ); FPM: AK6 (150 C +/- 2 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C +/-2 C); AEM: D 8948 (150 C +/-2 C)) + RE3, or complete requirements as above + DC requirements for - Engine Oils - 50ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsE2 -96 Issue 5E4 -07E6 -04Issue 2E7 -04Issue 2 Bore Polishing / Piston Cleanliness (3)CEC-L-42-T-99 (OM 364 LA)Bore polishing%, cleanlinessmerit, cylinder wear m, , consumptionkg/test, (4)CEC-L-51-A-97 (OM 602 A)Cam wear m, increase at 40 C%, polishing%, wear m, consumptionkg/test, in oil (5)ASTM D5967(Mack T-8E)ASTM D4485(Mack T-8)Test duration: (hrs.)-300300300Relative viscosity at 1 test/2 test/3 test sootmm2/s, viscosity at 1 test/2 test/3 test sootmm2/s, plugging, Diff, PressureOil consumptionkPa, , polishingPiston cleanlinessTurbocharger deposits (6)CEC-L-52-T-97(OM 441 LA)Bore polishing%, cleanlinessmerit, pressure loss at 400 hrs%, consumptionkg/test, max-404040Note:(3) Results from a CEC-L-52-T-97 (OM 441 LA) test as part of a DaimlerChrysler sheet approval can be used as an alternative. Only tests according to CEC-L-52-T-97 are acceptable.(4) OM 646 LA results at an equivalent performance level can be used as soon as the test becomes available as a CEC test. In the event the OM 602 A and the OM 646 are not available, then ACEA will define an alternative.(5) Mack T11 (ASTM D7156) results obtained as part of an API CI-4, CI-4 plus or API CJ-4 approval program, can be used in place of Mack T8E.(6) OM 501 LA results at an equivalent performance level can be used as soon as the test becomes available as a CEC - Engine Oils - 51ACEA 2007 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsE2 -96 Issue 5E4 -07E6 -04Issue 2E7 -04Issue 2 Soot induced wear (7)Cummins ISMRocker pads average weight lossat test/2 test/3 test averagemg, filter diff. press @ EOT 1 test/2 test/3 test averagekPa, sludgemerit, test/2 test/3 test averageWear (liner ring-bearings) (8)Mack T10Merit10001000ASTM D6987Average. liner wear m, (26)32 (26)(Mack T12)Average top ring weight lossmg, (117)158 (117)End of test leadppm, (42)35 (42)Delta lead 250-300 hrsppm, (918)14 (918)Oil consumption (Phase II)g/hr, (95)65 (95)Note:(7) Results from Cummins a M11 HST (ASTM D6838) at API CH-4 or M11 EGR test (ASTM D6975) at API CI-4 or CI-4. Plus can be used in place of the Cummins ISM test.(8) Mack T12 results can be used in place of Mack T10. In this case the merit scale for CI-4 plus approvals must be applied to the Mack T12 results. Maximum allowable values for the Mack T12 test are given in parentheses. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 52ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitL imitsA1 /B1-08A3 /B3-08A3 /B4-08A5 / B5-08Viscosity gradesSAE J300Latest active issueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient stabilityCEC-L-14-A-93 orASTM D6278100 C Viscosity after 30 cyclesmm /sxW-20 Stay-in-grade xW-30 xW-40 grades to be Stay-in-gradeAll grades to be Stay-in-gradeAll grades to be Stay-in-gradeViscosity at high temp. & high shear rateCEC-L-36-A-90(2nd Edition)(Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and 106 s-1 shear minAll others min. lossCEC-L-40-A-93 (NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1 hr at 250 C% 15 13 13 13NOTE: The following sections apply to all sequencesSulphated ashASTM D874% m/m 1 .3 (2) (2) (2) (2)Sulphur (1)ASTM D5185% m/mReportPhosphorous (1)ASTM D5185% m/mReportChlorineASTM D6443ppm m/mReportOil / elastomer compatibilityCEC-L-39-T-96 (3)Max variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingElastomer typeRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4AEMVAMACAs per Daimler ChryslerHardness DIDCpoints-1/+5-5/+8-22/+1-5/+5Tensile strength%-40/+10-15/+18-30/+10-20/+10Elo ngation at rupture%-50/+10-35/+10-20/+10-50/+10Volu me variation%-1/+5-7/+5-1/+22-5/+5Foaming tendencyASTM D892without option ATendency - stabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilHigh temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082High temperature foam testTendency - stabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 100 - nilNote:(1) The internal standard method has to be used. (2) Maximum limits. Values take into account method and productions tolerances. (3) Use either complete Daimler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days +/- 2h, 4 materials (NBR : NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C +/- 2 C); FPM: AK6 (150 C +/- 2 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C +/- 2 C ; AEM: D8948 (150 C +/- 2 C)) + RE3, or complete requirements above + Daimler requirements for AEM. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 53ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Engine TestsRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLi mitsA1 /B1 -08A3 /B3 -08A3 /B4 -08A5 /B5 -08High temperature deposits Ring stickingOil thickeningCEC-L-88-T-02(TU5JP-L4)72 hr testRing Sticking (each part)merit, Varnish (6 elements, average of 4 pistons)merit, 216RL 216RL 216RL 216Absolute viscosity increase at 40 C between min. and max. values during testmm2/s, max. x RL 216 x RL 216 x RL 216 x RL 216Oil consumptionkg/testReportReportReportRepo rtLow temperature sludgeASTM D6593-00(Sequence VG)Under protocol & requirements for API (4)Average engine sludgemerit cover sludgemerit piston skirt varnishmerit engine varnishmerit ring (hot stuck)nonenonenonenoneOil screen clogging% 20 20 20 20Valve train scuffing wearCEC-L-38-A-94(TU3M)Average cam wear m 10 10 10 10Cam wear m 15 15 15 15Pad merit (avg. of 8 pads)merit SludgeCEC-L-53-T-95(M111) Average engine sludge RL 140 RL 140 + 4 or RL 140 + 4 or RL 140 + 4 or RL 140 + 4 or :(4) The limits shown are based upon those applied in US market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits are appropriate for European vehicles and lubricants. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 54ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Engine TestsRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLi mitsA1 /B1 -04A3 /B3 -04A3 /B4 -04A5 /B5 -04Fuel economy (5)CEC-L-54-T-96Fuel economy improvement (M111)reference oil RL191 (15W-40)Medium temperature dispersivityCEC-L-093Absolute viscosity increase at 100 C and 6% sootmm2/s x RL223 result x RL223 result x RL223 result x RL223 result(DV4TD)Piston meritmerit (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts)Wear (6)CEC-L-099-08 (OM 646 LA)Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 140 140 120 120Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cam) (8) m 110 110 100 100Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cyl) (8) m polishing (13 mm) max. value of 4 cylinders (8)% wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportReportPiston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons) meritReportReportReportReportAverage Engine sludge meritReportReportReportReportDI diesel Piston cleanliness & Ring sticking (9)CEC-L-078-99 (VW TDI)Piston cleanlinessmerit RL 206 - 4 pts RL 206 - 4 pts RL 206 RL 206 Ring sticking (rings 1 & 2)Avg of all 8 rings ASF for any 1st ringASF for any 2nd TBN (ISO 3771) (7) (8)mgKOH/g TAN (ASTM D664) (7)mgKOH/gReportReportReportReportNote:( 5) ACEA considers the CEC-L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvements should be made. (6) For A1/B1 claims OM 602 A passing results obtained before the end of 2008 can be used instead of OM 646 LA results. (7) The report has to give measured values before and after the test, all measurements to be taken in the same lab. (8) These parameters are not yet official CEC parameters.(9) Test results from tests performed before the publishing of the 2008 ACEA oil sequences are allowed to be used without passing the EOT - Engine Oils - 55ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsC1 -08C2 -08C3 -08C4 -08 Viscosity gradesSAE J300Latest active issueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient stabilityCEC-L-14-A-93orASTM D6278100 C Viscosity after 30 cyclesmm2/sStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeSta y-in-gradeStay-in-gradeViscosity at high temp. & high shear rateCEC-L-36-A-90(2nd Edition)(Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and106 s-1 shear lossCEC-L-40-A-93(NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1 hr at 250 C% 13 13 13 11SulphurASTM D5185(1)% m/m D5185(1)% m/m and (2) and (2) (2)Sulphated ashASTM D874% m/m (2) (2) (2) (2)ChlorineASTM D6443ppm - m/m,ReportReportReportReportTBNASTM D2896mg KOH/g-- :(1) The internal standard method has to be used.(2) Maximum limits, values take into account method and productions tolerances. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 56ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsC1 -08C2 -08C3 -08C4 -08 NOTE: The following sections apply to all sequencesOil / elastomer compatibilityCEC-L-39-T-96 (3)Max. variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingElastomer typeRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4AEM VAMACHardness DIDCpoints-1/+5-5/+8-22/+1-5/+5As per DaimlerTensile strength%-40/+10-15/+18-30/+10-20/+10Elo ngation at rupture%-50/+10-35/+10-20/+10-50/+10Volu me variation%-1/+5-7/+5-1/+22-5/+5Foaming tendencyASTM D892without option ATendency - stabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilHigh temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082Tendency - stabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 100 - nilHigh temperaturefoam testNote:(3) Use either complete Daimler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days +/- 2h, 4 materials (NBR : NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C +/- 2 C); FPM: AK6 (150 C +/- 2 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C +/- 2 C); AEM: D8948 (150 C +/- 2 C)) + RE3, or complete requirements above + Daimler requirements for AEM. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 57ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsC1 -08C2 -08C3 -08C4 -08 High temperature depositsRing stickingOil thickeningCEC-L-88-T-02(TU5JP-L4)72 hr testRing sticking (each part)merit varnish (6 elements, average of 4 pistons)merit RL 216 RL 216 RL 216 RL 216Absolute viscosity increase @ 40 C between min. and max. values during test mm2/s x RL 216 x RL 216 x RL 216 x RL 216Oil consumption kg/test ReportReportReportReportLow temperature sludgeASTM D6593-00(Sequence VG)Under protocol & requirements for API (4)Average engine sludge merit cover sludgemerit piston skirt varnishmerit engine varnishmerit Ring (hot stuck)nonenonenonenoneOil screen clogging% 20 20 20 20Valve train scuffing wearCEC-L-38-A-94(TU3M)Cam wear average m 10 10 10 10Cam wear max. m 15 15 15 15Pad merit (avg. of 8 pads) merit SludgeM111SL CEC-L-53-T-95Average engine sludge merit RL 140 + 4 or RL 140 + 4 or RL 140 + 4 or RL 140 + 4 or economy (5)CEC-L-54-T-96 (M111)Fuel economy improvement vs. reference oil RL 191 (15W40)% for xW30 grades for xW30 gradesNote:(4) The limits shown are based upon those applied in market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits.(5) ACEA considers the CEC-L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvement should be - Engine Oils - 58ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsC1 -08C2 -08C3 -08C4 -08 Medium temperature dispersivityCEC-L-093-04 (DV4TD)Absolute viscosity increase @ 100 C and 6% of sootmm2/s x RL223 result x RL223 result x RL223 result x RL223 resultPiston merit merit (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts)DI dieselPiston cleanliness & Ring sticking (10)CEC-L-78-T-99(VW TDI)Piston cleanlinessmerit RL 206 RL 206 RL 206 RL 206 Ring sticking (rings 1 & 2)Average of all 8 rings(ASF), for any 1st ring(ASF), for any 2nd ring(ASF), TBN (ISO 3771) (7)mgKOH/gReportReportReportReportEOT TAN (ASTM D664) (7)mgKOH/gReportReportReportReportWear (6)CEC-L-099-08 (OM 646 LA)Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams ) m 120 120 120 120Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cam) (9) m 100report, (8) 100 100Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cyl) (9) m polishing (13 mm) max. value of 4 cylinders (9)% wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportReportPiston cleanliness(avg. 4 pistons) meritReportReportReportReportAverage engine sludge meritReportReportReportReportNote:(6) Limits for C1 might be revised if needed. For C1 claims OM 602 A passing results obtained before the end of 2008 can be used instead of OM 646 LA results. (7) Test report has to give measured values before and after the test, all measurements to be taken in the same lab.(8) Limit under definition. (9) These parameters are not yet official CEC parameters.(10) Test results from tests performed before the publishing of the 2008 ACEA oil sequences are allowed to be used without reporting EOT TBN & TAN. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 59ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsE4 -08E6 -08E7 -08E9 -08ViscositySAE J300Latest Active IssueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient stabilityCEC-L-14-A-93Viscosity after 30 cycles measured at 100 Cmm2/sStay-in-grade-orASTM D6278ASTM D6278Viscosity after 90 cycles measured at 100 Cmm2/s--Stay-in-gradeViscosity, High temperature,High shear rateCEC-L-36-A-90(2nd Edition)(Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and 106 s-1 shear lossCEC-L-40-A-93(NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1 hr at 250 C% 13Sulphated ashASTM D874% m/m (1)ASTM D5185% m/m (1)ASTM D5185% m/m :(1) The internal standard method has to be used. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 60ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnits LimitsE4 -08 E6 -08E7 -08E9 -08 Oil elastomer compatibility (2)CEC-L-39-T-96 (3)Elastomer TypeMax. variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4AEMVAMACAs per Daimler-ChryslerHardness DIDCpoints-1 /+ 5-5/+8-25 / +1-5 / +5Tensile strength%-50 / +10-15/+18-45 / +10-20 / +10Elongation rupture%-60/+10-35/+10-20 / +10-50 / +10Volume variation%-1/+5-7/+5-1 / +30-5 / +5Foaming tendency(D892) without option ATendency - stabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilSeq I 10/0mlSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilSeq II 20/0mlSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilSeq I 10/0High temperature foaming tendency(D6082)Tendency - stabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 100-nilOxidationCEC-L-085-99 (PDSC)Oxidation induction time 65 65Corrosion(D6594)Copper increaseppmR&RR&RR&R 20Lead increaseppmR&RR&R 100 100Copper strip performance (3)TBN(D2896)mg KOH/g 12 7 9 (4) 7(2) Use either the most recent complete Daimler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days, 4 materials (NBR : NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C); FPM; AK6 (150 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C); AEM D 8948 (150 C)) + RE3 according to requirement above, or complete requirements above + Daimler requirements for AEM.(3) Should a test become available before the next document update, ACEA reserves to set performance limits providing adequate data is available.(4) Values < are not :02/14 - Engine Oils - 61ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsE4 -08 E6 -08E7 -08E9 -08 Bore Polishing / Piston Cleanliness CEC-L-101-08 (OM 501 LA)Average Bore polishing % Piston cleanlinessmerit 26 26 17 17Oil consumption kg/test 9 9 9 9Average engine sludge meritR&RR&RR&RR&R(8)(9) (10)(9) (10)(9) (10)(9) (10)Wear CEC-L-099-08 (OM 646 LA)Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 140 (5) (6) 140 (5) (6) 155 (5) (6) 155 (5) ( 6)Soot in oil (7)ASTM D5967 (Mack T-8E) Test duration: 300 hrsRelative viscosity at soot 1 test/2 test/3 test averagemm2/s / / / / / / in oilMack T11ASTM D7159(T-11)Min TGA soot @ cSt (100 C)% TGA soot @ cSt (100 C) TGA soot @ cSt (100 C) :(5) OM 602 A data can be used instead of OM 646 LA data providing it meets the requirements as specified in the 2007 ACEA sequences(6) Additional parameters may be included once approved by CEC.(7) Mack T11 results obtained as part of an API CI-4, CI-4 plus or API CJ-4 program, can be used in place of Mack T-8E. (8) Bore polish, oil consumption and engine sludge are non-approved CEC parameters. (9) OM 441 LA data can be used instead of OM 501 LA data providing it meets the requirements as specified in the 2007 ACEA sequences (10) Limits for the sludge parameter may be reconsidered when more data becomes available. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 62Note:(11) Results from M11HST (ASTM D6838), at API CH-4, or M11EGR (ASTM D6975), at API CI-4 or CI-4 plus, can be used in place of Cummins ISM. (12) Merit number shall be calculated according to the API CI-4 specification. (13) Mack T10 results obtained as part of an API CI-4 or CI-4 plus approval program, can be used in place of Mack T12. ACEA 2008 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsE4 -08 E6 -08E7 -08E9 -08 Soot induced wearCummins ISMASTM D7468Merit 1000Rocker pad average weight loss at sootmg / test / 2 test / 3 test average Oil filter different pressure @150 hrskPa-- 55/67/74 191 test / 2 test / 3 test average Engine sludgemerit-- (11) test / 2 test / 3 test average Adjust screw weight lossmg-- 49Wear (liner ring-bearings)ASTM D7422(Mack T-12)Merit 1000 1000 1000Average liner wear m 26 26 24Average top ring weight lossmg 117 117 105End of test leadppm 42 42 35Delta lead 250 - 300 hrsppm 18 18 15Oil consumption (Phase II)g/hr 95 (12)(13) 95 (12)(13) 8502/14 - Engine Oils - 63ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitLimitsA1 /B1-10A3 /B3-10A3 /B4-10A5 / B5-10Viscosity gradesSAE J300Latest active issueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient stabilityCEC-L- 14-A-93 orASTM D6278100 C Viscosity after 30 cyclesmm /sxW-20 Stay- in-grade xW-30 xW-40 grades to be Stay-in-gradeAll grades to be Stay-in-gradeAll grades to be Stay- in-gradeViscosity at high temp. & high shear rateCEC-L- 36-A-90Viscosity at 150 C and 106 s-1 shear minAll others min. lossCEC-L- 40-A-93 (NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1 hr at 250 C% 15 13 13 13NOTE: The following sections apply to all D2896mgKOH/g ashASTM D874% m/m (2) and (2) and (2) (2)Sulphur(1)ASTM D5185% m/mReportPhosphorous(1)ASTM D5185% m/mReportChlorineASTM D6443ppm m/mReportOil / elastomer compatibilityCEC-L- 39-T-96 (3)Max variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingElastomer typeRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4AEMVAMACAs per Daimler ChryslerHardness DIDCpoints-1/+5-5/+8-22/+1-5/+5Tensile strength%-40/+10-15/+18-30/+10-20/+10Elongation at rupture%-50/+10-35/+10-20/+10-50/+10Volume variation%-1/+5-7/+5-1/+22-5/+5Foaming tendencyASTM D892without option ATendency - stabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilHigh temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082High temperature foam testTendency - stabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 100 - nilNote:(1) The internal standard method has to be used. (2) Maximum limits. Values take into account method and production tolerances. (3) Use either complete Daimler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days +/- 2h, 4 materials (NBR : NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C +/- 2 C); FPM: AK6 (150 C +/- 2 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C +/- 2 C ; AEM: D8948 (150 C +/- 2 C)) + RE3, or complete requirements according to above + Daimler requirements for AEM. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 64ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Engine TestsRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsA1 /B1 -10A3 /B3 -10A3 /B4 -10A5 /B5 -10High temperature deposits Ring stickingOil thickeningCEC-L-88-T-02(TU5JP-L4)72 hr testRing Sticking (each part)merit, Varnish (6 elements, average of 4 pistons)merit, 216Absolute viscosity increase at 40 C between min. and max. values during test mm2/s, max. x RL 216Oil consumptionkg/testReportReportReportReportLow temperature sludge ASTM D6593-00(Sequence VG)Under protocol & requirements for API (4)Average engine sludgemerit cover sludgemerit piston skirt varnishmerit engine varnishmerit ring (hot stuck)nonenonenonenoneOil screen clogging% 20 20 20 20Valve train scuffing wearCEC-L-38-A-94(TU3M)Average cam wear m 10 10 10 10Cam wear m 15 15 15 15Pad merit (avg. of 8 pads)merit Sludge(10) (11)Average engine sludge RL 140 RL 140 + 4 or RL 140 + 4 or RL 140 + 4 or RL 140 + 4 or :(4) The limits shown are based upon those applied in market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits are appropriate for European vehicles and lubricants. (10) Until a new CEC Test Method is developed, the gasoline sludge protection performance of engine oil formulations must be proofed by the M 271 sludge test procedure as described by Daimler AG. Test results obtained by the M 271 procedure will be accepted under the condition that they come from test rigs being referenced and quality controlled by Daimler AG. Limits are based on the same reference oil as with the old M 111 sludge test.(11) Existing results from tests with CEC-L-053 may be used where applicable. In this case limits for all ACEA A/B categories (including A1/B1) are: RL 140 + 40 or - Engine Oils - 65ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Engine TestsRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsA1 /B1 -10A3 /B3 -10A3 /B4 - 10A5 /B5 -10Fuel economy (5)CEC-L-54-T-96Fuel economy improvement (M111)Reference oil RL191 (15W-40)Medium temperature dispersivityCEC-L-093-04Absolute viscosity increase at 100 C and 6% sootmm2/s x RL223 result x RL223 result x RL223 result x RL223 result(DV4TD)Piston meritmerit (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts)Wear (6)CEC-L-099-08 (OM 646 LA)Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 140 140 120 120Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cam) (8) m 110 110 100 100Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cyl) (8) m polishing (13 mm) max. value of 4 cylinders (8)% wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportReportPiston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons) meritReportReportReportReportAverage Engine sludge meritReportReportReportReportDI Diesel Piston cleanliness & Ring sticking (9)CEC-L-078-99 (VW TDI)Piston cleanlinessmerit RL 206 - 4 pts RL 206 - 4 pts RL 206 RL 206 Ring sticking (rings 1 & 2)Avg. of all 8 rings ASF for any 1st ringASF for any 2nd TBN (ISO 3771) (7) (8)mgKOH/g TAN (ASTM D664) (7)mgKOH/gReportReportReportReportNote:(5) ACEA considers the CEC-L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvements should be made. (6) For A1/B1 claims OM 602 A passing results obtained before the end of 2008 can be used instead of OM 646 LA results. (7) The report has to give measured values before and after the test, all measurements to be taken in the same lab. Note: TAN is considered to become a future performance criteria. (8) These parameters are not yet official CEC parameters.(9) Test results from tests performed before the publishing of the 2008 ACEA oil sequences are allowed to be used without passing the EOT TBN criteria and reporting EOT TAN - Engine Oils - 66ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsC1 -10C2 -10C3 -10C4 -10 Viscosity gradesSAE J300Latest active issueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient stabilityCEC-L-14-A-93orASTM D6278100 C Viscosity after 30 cyclesmm2/sStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeViscosity at high temp. & high shear rateCEC-L-36-A-90(2nd Edition)(Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and106 s-1 shear lossCEC-L-40-A-93(NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1 hr at 250 C% 13 13 13 11SulphurASTM D5185see (1)% m/m D5185see (1)% m/m (2) (2) and (2) (2)Sulphated ashASTM D874% m/m (2) (2) (2) (2)ChlorineASTM D6443ppm - m/mReportReportReportReportTBNASTM D2896mg KOH/g-- :(1) The internal standard method has to be used. (2) Maximum limits. Values take into account method and production tolerances. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 67ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsC1 -10C2 -10C3 -10C4 -10 NOTE: The following sections apply to all sequencesOil / elastomer compatibilityCEC-L-39-T-96 (3)Max. variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingElastomer TypeRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4AEM VAMACHardness DIDCpoints-1/+5-5/+8-22/+1-5/+5As per DaimlerTensile strength%-40/+10-15/+18-30/+10-20/+10Elongation at rupture%-50/+10-35/+10-20/+10-50/+10Volume variation%-1/+5-7/+5-1/+22-5/+5Foaming tendencyASTM D892without option ATendency - stabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilHigh temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082Tendency - stabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 100 - nilHigh temperaturefoam testNote:(3) Use either complete Daimler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days +/- 2h, 4 materials (NBR : NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C +/- 2 C); FPM: AK6 (150 C +/- 2 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C +/- 2 C ; AEM: D8948 (150 C +/- 2 C)) + RE3, + Daimler requirements for AEM. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 68ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsC1 -10C2 -10C3 -10C4 -10 High temperature depositsRing stickingOil thickeningCEC-L-88-T-02(TU5JP-L4)72 hr testRing sticking (each part)merit varnish (6 elements, average of 4 pistons)merit RL 216 RL 216 RL 216 RL 216Absolute viscosity increase @40 C between min. and max. values during test mm2/s x RL 216 x RL 216 x RL 216 x RL 216Oil consumption kg/test ReportReportReportReportLow temperature sludgeASTM D6593-00(Sequence VG)Under protocol & requirements for API (4)Average engine sludge merit cover sludgemerit piston skirt varnishmerit engine varnishmerit ring (hot stuck)nonenonenonenoneOil screen clogging% 20 20 20 20Valve train scuffing wearCEC-L-38-A-94(TU3M)Average Cam wear m 10 10 10 10Cam wear max. m 15 15 15 15Pad merit (avg. of 8 pads) merit (11) (12) Average engine sludge merit RL 140 + 4 RL 140 + 4 RL 140 + 4 RL 140 + 4 Fuel economy (5)CEC-L-54-T-96 (M111)Fuel economy improvement vs. reference oil RL 191 (15W40)% for xW-30 grades for xW-30 grades(4) The limits shown are based upon those applied in market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits are appropriate for European vehicles and lubricants. (5) ACEA considers the CEC-L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvement should be made. (11) Until a new CEC Test Method is developed, the gasoline sludge protection performance of engine oil formulations must be proofed by the M 271 sludge test procedure as described by Daimler AG. Test results obtained by the M 271 procedure will be accepted under the condition that they come from test rigs being referenced and quality controlled by Daimler AG. Limits are based on the same reference oil as with the old M 111 sludge test.(12) Existing results from tests with CEC-L-053 may be used where applicable. In this case limits for all ACEA C categories are: RL 140 + 4 or : 02/14 - Engine Oils - 69ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsMethodProperties UnitsLimitsC1 -10C2 -10C3 -10C4 -10 Medium temperature dispersivityCEC-L-093-04 (DV4TD)Absolute viscosity increase @ 100 C and 6% of sootmm2/s x RL223 result x RL223 result x RL223 result x RL223 resultPiston merit merit (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts)DI dieselPiston cleanliness & Ring sticking (10)CEC-L-78-T-99(VW TDI)Piston cleanlinessmerit RL 206 RL 206 RL 206 RL 206 Ring sticking (rings 1 & 2)Average of all 8 rings(ASF), for any 1st ring(ASF), for any 2nd ring(ASF), TBN (ISO 3771) (7)mgKOH/gReportReportReportReportEOT TAN (ASTM D 664) (7)mgKOH/gReportReportReportReportWear (6)CEC-L-099-08 (OM 646 LA)Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams ) m 120 120 120 120Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cam) (9) m 100report (8) 100 100Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cyl) (9) m polishing (13 mm) max. value of 4 cylinders (9)% wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportReportPiston cleanliness(avg. 4 pistons) meritReportReportReportReportAverage engine sludge meritReportReportReportReport(6) Limits for C1 might be revised if needed. For C1 claims OM 602 A passing results obtained before the end of 2008 can be used instead of OM 646 LA results. (7) Test report has to give measured values before & after the test, all measurements to be taken in the same lab. (8) Limit under definition.(9) These parameters are not yet official CEC parameters.(10) Test results from tests performed before the publishing of the 2008 ACEA oil sequences are allowed to be used without reporting EOT TBN & TAN. Note: 02/14 - Engine Oils - 70ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsE4 -08(Issue 2)E6 -08(Issue 2)E7 -08(Issue 2)E9 -08(Issue 2)ViscositySAE J300Latest Active IssueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient stabilityCEC-L-14-A-93Viscosity after 30 cycles measured at 100 Cmm2/sStay-in-grade-orASTM D6278ASTM D6278Viscosity after 90 cycles measured at 100 Cmm2/s--Stay-in-gradeViscosity, High temperature,High shear rateCEC-L-36-A-90(2nd Edition)(Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and 106 s-1 shear lossCEC-L-40-A-93(NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1 hr at 250 C% 13Sulphated ashASTM D874% m/m (1)ASTM D5185% m/m (1)ASTM D5185 % m/m (1) The internal standard method has to be :02/14 - Engine Oils - 71ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsE4 -08 (Issue 2)E6 -08(Issue 2)E7 -08(Issue 2)E9 -08 (Issue 2)NOTE: The following sections apply to all sequencesOil elastomer compatibility (2)CEC-L-39-T-96Elastomer TypeMax. variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4AEMVAMACAs per Daimler-ChryslerHardness DIDCpoints-1 /+ 5-5/+8-25 / +1-5 / +5Tensile strength%-50 / +10-15/+18-45 / +10-20 / +10Elongation rupture%-60/+10-35/+10-20 / +10-50 / +10Volume variation%-1/+5-7/+5-1 / +30-5 / +5Foaming tendency(ASTM D892) without option ATendency - stabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilSeq I 10/0mlSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilSeq II 20/0mlSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilSeq I 10/0High temperature foaming tendency(ASTM D6082)Tendency - stabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 100-nilOxidationCEC-L-085-99 (=DSC)Oxidation induction time 65 65Corrosion(ASTM D6594)Copper increaseppmR&RR&RR&R 20Lead increaseppmR&RR&R 100 100Copper strip performance (3)TBN(ASTM D2896)mg KOH/g 12 7 9 (4) 7(2) Use either the most recent complete Daimler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days, 4 materials (NBR : NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C); FPM; AK6 (150 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C); AEM D 8948 (150 C)) + RE3 according to requirement above, or complete requirements according to above + Daimler requirements for AEM.(3) Should a test become available before the next document update, ACEA reserves to set performance limits providing adequate data is available.(4) Values < are not :02/14 - Engine Oils - 72ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsE4 -08 (Issue 2)E6 -08(Issue 2)E7 -08(Issue 2)E9 -08(Issue 2) Bore Polishing / Piston CleanlinessCEC-L-101-08 (OM 501 LA)Average Bore polishing % Piston cleanlinessmerit 26 26 17 17Oil consumption kg/test engine sludge meritR&RR&RR&RR&R(8)(9) (10)(9) (10)(9) (10)(9) (10)Wear CEC-L-099-08 (OM 646 LA)Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 140 (5) (6) 140 (5) (6) 155 (5) (6) 155 (5) ( 6)Soot in oil (7)ASTM D5967 (Mack T-8E) Test duration: 300 hrsRelative viscosity at soot 1 test/2 test/3 test averagemm2/s / / / / / / in oilASTM D7156(Mack T11)Min. TGA soot @ cSt (100 C)% TGA soot @ cSt (100 C) TGA soot @ cSt (100 C) :(5) OM 602 A data can be used instead of OM 646 LA data providing it meets the requirements as specified in the 2007 ACEA sequences.(6) Additional parameters may be included once approved by CEC.(7) Mack T11 results obtained as part of an API CI-4, CI-4 plus or API CJ-4 approval program, can be used in place of Mack T-8E. (8) Bore polish, oil consumption and engine sludge are non-approved CEC parameters. (9) OM 44 LA data can be used instead of OM 501 LA data providing it meets the requirements as specified in the 2007 ACEA sequences. (10) Limits for the sludge parameter may be reconsidered when more data becomes available. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 73Note:(11) Results from M11HST (ASTM D6838), at API CH-4, or M11EGR (ASTM D6975), at API CI-4 or CI-4 plus, can be used in place of Cummins ISM. ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsE4 -08 (Issue 2)E6 -08(Issue 2)E7 -08(Issue 2)E9 -08 (Issue 2)Soot induced wearCummins ISMMerit 1000Rocker pad average weight loss at sootmg / test / 2 test / 3 test average Oil filter diff. pressure @150 hrskPa-- 55/67/74 191 test / 2 test / 3 test average Engine sludgemerit-- (11) test / 2 test / 3 test average Adjust screw weight lossmg-- 4902/14 - Engine Oils - 74ACEA 2010 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesRequirementsMethodPropertiesUnitsLimitsE4 -08 (Issue 2)E6 -08(Issue 2)E7 -08(Issue 2)E9 -08 (Issue 2)Wear (liner ring-bearings) Mack T12Merit 1000 1000 1000Average liner wear m 26 26 24Average top ring weight lossmg 117 117 105End of test leadppm 42 42 35Delta lead 250-300 hrsppm 18 18 15Oil consumption (Phase II)g/hr 95 (12)(13) 95 (12)(13) 85Note:(12) Merit number shall be calculated according to the API CI-4 specification. (13) Mack T10 results obtained as part of an API CI-4 or CI-4 plus approval program, can be used in place of Mack T12. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 75ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel EnginesLaboratory test MethodPropertiesUnitLimitsA1 /B1-12A3 /B3-12A3 /B4-12A5 / B5-12Viscosity gradesSAE J300 Latest active issueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient (1)stabilityCEC-L-014-93 or ASTM D6278Viscosity after 30 cycles at 100 Cmm /sxW-20 xW-40 grades to be Stay-in-gradeAll grades to be Stay-in-gradeAll grades to be Stay- in-gradeViscosity at High temp. & high shear rateCEC-L-036-90Viscosity at 150 C and 106s-1 shear and ; xW-20 : min and lossCEC-L-040-93 (NOACK)Max weight loss after 1 h at 250 C% 13NOTE: The following sections apply to all D2896mgKOH/g ash (2)ASTM D874% m/m and and (2) (3)ASTM D5185% m/mReportPhosphorous (2) (3)ASTM D5185% m/mReportChlorineASTM D6443ppm m/mReportNote:(1) The minimum viscosity for xW-20 oils after shearing is 5,6 cSt. (2) Maximum limits. Values take into account method and production tolerances. (3) Internal standard method has to be used. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 76ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Cont dLaboratory test MethodPropertiesUnitLimitsA1 /B1-12A3 /B3-12A3 /B4-12A5 / B5-12Oil / elastomer compatibility (4)CEC-L-39-96Max variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingElastomer typeRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4DBL-AEMHardness DIDCpoints-1/+5-5/+8-22/+1-5/+5-5/+10Tensile strength%-40/+10-15/+18-30/+10-20/+10-35/-Elongation at rupture%-50/+10-35/+10-20/+10-50/+10-50/-Volume variation%-1/+5-7/+5-1/+22-5/+5-5/+15Foaming tendencyASTM D892without option ATendency - stabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilHigh temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082High temperature foam testTendency - stabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 100 - nilNote:(4) All reference materials and limits for RE1, RE2, RE3, RE4 and DBL-AEM can be used until acceptable new reference materials (proposed from CEC-L-039-96) are available and appropriate limits have been set. The Daimler requirements for DBL-AEM D8948/200 are VDA 675301, 7 days 2 h, 150 C 2 C, closed cup test. RE1, RE2, RE3, RE4 based on CEC and DBL-AEM based on Daimler AG data may continue to be used grandfathered for the lifetime of the ACEA 2012 sequences. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 77ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Cont dLaboratory test MethodPropertiesUnitLimitsA1 /B1-12A3 /B3-12A3 /B4-12A5 / B5-12Oxidation in presence of biodiesel (5)GFC-Lu-43A-11Catalysed ageing test until 144 hrs at 170 C & with air bubbling: 1. on pure oil 2. with B10 added (B71 1892 GO B10 LUB)PAI at 144 hrs%ReportKin. Viscosity at 100 C variation:- @ 72 hrs- @ 96 hrs- @ 120 hrs- @ 144 hrscSt & %cSt & %cSt & %cSt & % ReportReportReportReport and @ 144 hrs: < +200% (no solidification)Low Temprature PumpabilityCEC-L-105MRVYield stress (MRV at SAE J300 temperatures applicable for the fresh oil viscosity grade) to SAEJ300 for fresh oilAcc to SAEJ300 for fresh oilAcc to SAEJ300 forfresh oilNote:(5) Until a CEC Test Method is developed, the oxidation behavior of engine oil formulations must be proved by GFC-Lu-43A-11. Test results obtained by this procedure will be accepted under the condition that they come from labs having participated to the official round robin and comply with the quality criteria of GFC. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 78ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Engine TestsRequirements MethodPropertiesUnitACEA LimitsA1 /B1-12A3 /B3-12A3 /B4-12A5 / B5-12High temperature deposits Ring sticking Oil thickeningCEC L-088-02 (PSA TU5JP-L4) 72 hrs testRing sticking (each part)merit varnish (5 elements, average of 4 pistons)merit RL 216 RL 216 RL 216 RL 216Absolute viscosity increase @40 C between min and max values during testmm2/s * RL 216 * RL 216 * RL 216 * RL 216Oil consumptionkg/testReportReportReportReportLow temperature sludge (6)ASTM D6593-00 (Sequence VG) Under protocol and requirements for APIAverage Engine sludgemerit cover sludgemerit piston skirt varnishmerit engine varnishmerit Ring (hot stuck)nonenonenonenoneoil screen clogging% 20 20 20 20Valve train scuffing wearCEC L-038-94 (TU3M)Cam wear average m 10 10 10 10Cam wear max m 15 15 15 15Pad merit (avg. of 8 pads)merit Black Sludge (7)MB In-House Method (M271) Average engine sludge merit RL 140 + 40 Fuel economy (8)CEC L-54-96 (M 111FE)Fuel economy improvement vs reference oil RL 191 (15W40)% :(6) The limits shown are based on those applied in market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits are appropriate for European vehicles and lubricants.(7) Until a new CEC Test Method is developed, the gasoline sludge protection performance of engine oil formulations must be proved by the M 271 sludge test procedure as described by Daimler AG. Test results obtained by the M 271 procedure will be accepted under the condition that they come from test rigs being referenced and quality controlled by Daimler AG. Limits are based on the same reference oil as with the old M 111 sludge test.(8) ACEA considers the CEC L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvement should be - Engine Oils - 79ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Engine Tests - Cont dRequirements MethodPropertiesUnitACEA LimitsA1 /B1-12A3 /B3-12A3 /B4-12A5 / B5-12Medium temperature dispersivityCEC L-093-04 (DV4TD) to be replaced by DV6CAbsolute viscosity increase @ 100 C and 6% of sootmm2/s * RL223 result * RL223 result * RL223 result * RL223 resultPiston merit merit (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts) (RL223 pts)Oil Dispersion at Medium Temperature for Passenger Car Direct Injection Diesel Engines (9)CEC L-106 (DV6C)Absolute viscosity increase at 100 C and 6% sootmm2/slimits to be definedPiston meritmeritWear (10)CEC L-099-08 (OM 646 LA)Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 120 140 120 120Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cam) m 100 110 100 100Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cyl) m polishing (13 mm) max. value of 4 cylinders. % wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportReportPiston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons) meritReportReportReport 12Engine sludge avg. meritReportReportReport :(9) May be performed as soon as it becomes available as an alternative to the DV4 test. ACEA will decide when the DV4 test will be finally deleted from this specification. CEC-L-093-04 (DV4 Test) test results obtained in accordance with the ATIEL guidelines may be used by a grandfathering process also after this test has become unavailable to run and is replaced by the CEC-L-106 (DV6 Test) procedure. (10) Not all parameters are yet official CEC parameters. C2 limit for inlet cam wear under - Engine Oils - 80ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines - Engine Tests - Cont dRequirements MethodPropertiesUnitACEA LimitsA1 /B1-12A3 /B3-12A3 /B4-12A5 / B5-12DI Diesel Piston cleanliness & Ring sticking (11)CEC-L-078-99 (VW TDI)Piston cleanlinessmerit RL 206 RL 206 - 4 pts RL 206 RL 206 Ring sticking (Ring 1 & 2)Avg of all 8 rings ASF for any 1st ringASF for any 2nd TBN (ISO 3771) mgKOH/g TAN (ASTM D664) mgKOH/gReportReportReportReportEffects of biodiesel (12)CEC-L-104Piston CleanlinessMerits-ReportRing StickingASF-ReportSludgeMerits-ReportNote:(11) Test report has to give measured values before and after the test, all measurements to be taken in the same lab. Note: TAN is considered to become performance criteria in the future. Not all parameters are yet official CEC parameters. (12) Test is still under development at the time of publishing of this specification. Test has to be performed for all qualifications against 2012 Oil Sequences from the time the test is officially released by CEC (running programs only). All test criteria is rate and - Engine Oils - 81ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment DevicesRequirementsTest MethodPropertiesUnitACEA LIMITSC1-12C2-12C3-12C4-12Viscosity gradesSAE J300 Latest active issueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient stability (1)CEC-L-014-93 or ASTM D6278100 C Viscosity after 30 cyclesmm2/sAll grades to be Stay-in-gradeViscosity at High temp. & high shear rate CEC L-036-90 (2nd edition) (Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and 106s-1 shear rate lossCEC-L-040-93 (NOACK)Max weight loss after 1 hr at 250 C% 13 11Sulphur (2) (3)ASTM D5185% m/m (2) (3)ASTM D5185% m/m and ash (2)ASTM D874% m/m ChlorineASTM D6443ppm m/mReportTBNASTM D2896mgKOH/g-- /Elastomer compatibility (4)CEC-L-039-96Max variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-ageingElastomer typeRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4DBL-AEMHardness DIDCPoints-1 /+5-5 /+8-22 /+1-5 /+ /+10 Tensile strength%-40 /+10-15 /+18-30 /+10-20/+10-35 /-Elongation at rupture%-50 /+10-35 /+10-20 /+10-50 /+10-50 /-Volume variation%-1 /+5-7 /+5-1 /+22-5 /+5-5 /+15Note:(1) The minimum viscosity for xW-20 oils after shearing is 5,6 cSt. (2) Maximum limits. Values take into account method and production tolerances.(3) Internal standard method has to be used.(4) All reference materials and limits for RE1, RE2, RE3, RE4 and DBL-AEM can be used until acceptable new reference materials (proposed from CEC-L-039-96) are available and appropriate limits have been set. The Daimler requirements for DBL-AEM D8948/200 are VDA 675301, 7 days 2h, 150 C 2 C, closed cup - Engine Oils - 82ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment Devices - Cont dRequirementsTest MethodPropertiesUnitACEA LIMITSC1-12C2-12C3-12C4-12Foaming tendencyASTM D892 without option ATendency-StabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10-nilSequence II (94 C) 50-nilSequence III (24 C) 10-nilHigh Temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082 High temperature foam testTendency-StabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 100-nilTBNASTM D2896mgKOH/g in presence of biodiesel (5)GFC-Lu-43A-11Catalysed aging test until 144 hrs at 170 C & with air bubbling: 1. on pure oil 2. with B10 added (B71 1892 GO B10 LUB)PAI at 144 hrs%ReportKin. Viscosity at 100 C variation: - @ 72 hrscSt & %Report - @ 96 hrscSt & %Report - @ 120 hrscSt & %Report - @ 144 hrscSt & %Report and @ 144 hrs: < +200% (no solidification)Low Temprature PumpabilityCEC-L-105MRVYield stress (MRV at SAE J300 temperatures applicable for the fresh oil viscosity grade) to SAEJ300 for fresh oilNote:(5) Until a CEC Test Method is developed, the oxidation behavior of engine oil formulations must be proved by GFC-Lu-43A-11. Test results obtained by this procedure will be accepted under the condition that they come from labs having participated to the official round robin and comply with the quality criteria of - Engine Oils - 83ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment Devices - Cont dRequirementsTest MethodPropertiesUnitACEA LIMITSC1-12C2-12C3-12C4-12High temperature deposits Ring sticking Oil thickeningCEC-L-088-A-02 (PSA TU5JP-L4) 72 hrs testRing sticking (each part)merit varnish (5 elements, average of 4 pistons)merit RL 216Absolute viscosity increase @40 C between min. and max. values during testmm2/s * RL 216Oil consumptionkg/test ReportLow temperature sludge (6)ASTM D6593-00 (sequence VG) Under protocol and requirements for API Average Engine sludge merit cover sludgemerit piston skirt varnishmerit engine varnishmerit Ring (hot stuck)noneOil screen clogging% 20Valve train scuffing wearCEC-L-038-A-94 (TU3M)Cam wear average m 10Cam wear max m 15Pad merit (avg. of 8 pads) merit Sludge (7)MB In-House Method (M 271)Average engine sludgemerit RL 140 + 40Fuel economy (8)CEC-L-54-T-96 (M 111)Fuel economy improvement vs reference oil RL 191 (15W-40)% for Xw-30 gradesMedium temperature dispersivityCEC-L-093-04 (DV4TD) To be replaced by DV6Absolute viscosity increase @ 100 C and 6% of sootmm2/s * RL223 resultPiston merit merit (RL223 -2,5 pts)Note:(6) The limits shown are based on those applied in market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits are appropriate for European vehicles and lubricants.(7) Until a new CEC Test Method is developed, the gasoline sludge protection performance of engine oil formulations must be proved by the M 271 sludge test procedure as described by Daimler AG. Test results obtained by the M 271 procedure will be accepted under the condition that they come from test rigs being referenced and quality controlled by Daimler AG. Limits are based on the same reference oil as with the old M 111 sludge (8) ACEA considers the CEC L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvement should be - Engine Oils - 84ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment Devices - Cont dRequirementsTest MethodPropertiesUnitACEA LIMITSC1-12C2-12C3-12C4-12Oil Dispersion at Medium Temperature for Passenger Car Direct Injection Diesel Engines (9)CEC-L-106 (DV6C)Absolute viscosity increase at 100 C and 6% sootmm2/slimits to be definedPiston meritmeritWear (10)CEC-L-099-08 (OM 646 LA)Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams ) m 120 120 120Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cam) m 100report 100Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cyl) m polishing (13 mm) max. value of 4 cylinders. % wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportReportReportPiston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons) meritReportReport 12Engine sludge avg. meritReportReport :(10) Not all parameters are yet official CEC parameters. C2 limit for inlet cam wear under - Engine Oils - 85ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Gasoline And Diesel Engines With After Treatment Devices - Cont dRequirementsTest MethodPropertiesUnitACEA LIMITSC1-12C2-12C3-12C4-12DI Diesel Piston cleanliness & Ring sticking (11)CEC-L-078-99 (VW TDI)Piston cleanlinessmerit RL 206 RL 206 RL 206 Ring sticking (Ring 1 & 2)Avg of all 8 rings ASF for any 1st ringASF for any 2nd TBN (ISO 3771) mgKOH/gReportReportReportReportEOT TAN (ASTM D664) mgKOH/gReportReportReportReportEffects of biodiesel (12)CEC-L-104Piston CleanlinessMeritsReportRing StickingASFReportSludgeMeritsReportNote:(11) Test report has to give measured values before and after the test, all measurements to be taken in the same lab. Note: TAN is considered to become performance criteria in the future. Not all parameters are yet official CEC parameters.(12) Test is still under development at the time of publishing of this specification. Test has to be performed for all qualifications against 2012 Oil Sequences from the time the test is officially released by CEC (running programs only). All test criteria is rate and - Engine Oils - 86ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel EnginesLaboratory test Test MethodPropertiesUnitACEA LIMITSE4 -12E6 -12E7 -12E9 -12Viscosity gradesSAE J300 Latest active issueNo restriction except as defined by shear stability and HT/HS requirements. Manufacturers may indicate specific viscosity requirements related to ambient temperature Shear stabilityCEC-L-014-93 or ASTM D6278Viscosity after 30 cycles @ 100 Cmm2/sStay-in-grade-ASTM D6278Viscosity after 90 cycles @ 100 Cmm2/s-Stay-in-gradeViscosity at High temp. & high shear rateCEC-L-036-90Viscosity at 150 C and 106s-1 shear lossCEC-L-040-93 (NOACK)Max weight loss after 1h @ 250 C% 13Sulphated ash ASTM D874% m/m (1)ASTM D5185% m/m (1)ASTM D5185% m/m /Elastomer compatibility (2)CEC-L-039-96 Max variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingElastomer typeRE1RE2-99RE3-04RE4DBL-AEMHardness DIDCPoints-1 /+5-5 /+8-25 /+1-5 /+5-5 /+10Tensile Strength%-50 /+10-15 /+18-45 /+10-20 /+10-35 /-Elongation Rupture%-60 /+10-35 /+10-20 /+10-50 /+10-50 /-Volume Vairation%-1 /+5-7 /+5-1 /+30-5 /+5-5 /+15Foaming tendencyASTM D892 without option ATendency-StabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10-nilSequence I (24 C) 10-nilSequence II (94 C) 50-nilSequence II (94 C) 20-nilSequence III (24 C) 10-nilSequence III (24 C) 10-nilNote:(1) Internal standard method has to be used.(2) All reference materials and limits for RE1, RE2, RE3, RE4 and DBL-AEM can be used until acceptable new reference materials (proposed from CEC-L-039-96) are available and appropriate limits have been set. The Daimler requirements for DBL-AEM D 8948/200 are VDA 675301, 7 days 2h, 150 C 2 C, closed cup test. RE1, RE2, RE3, RE4 based on CEC and DBL-AEM based on Daimler AG data may continue to be used grandfathered for the lifetime of the ACEA 2012 - Engine Oils - 87ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel Engines - Cont dLaboratory test Test MethodPropertiesUnitE4 -12E6 -12E7 -12E9 -12High Temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082 Tendency-StabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) 200-50OxidationCEC-L-085-99(PDSC)Oxidation induction 65CorrosionASTM D6594Copper increaseppmR&RR&R 20Lead increaseppmR&R 100 100Copper strip (3)ASTM D2896mg KOH/g 12 7 9 7Low Temprature PumpabilityCEC-L-105MRVYield stress (MRV at SAE J300 temperatures applicable for the fresh oil viscosity grade)mPasPaAcc to SAEJ300 for fresh oilBore polishing Piston Cleanliness (6)CEC-L-101-08(OM501LA)Average Bore polishing% Piston cleanlinessmerit 26 26 17 17Oil consumptionkg/test 9 9 9 9Average engine sludgemeritR&RR&RR&RR&REngine TestsWear (4)CEC-L-099-08(OM646LA)Cam wear outlet(avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 140 140 155 155Soot in oil (5)ASTM D5967(Mack T-8E)Test duration 300 hrsRelative viscosity at soot and 50% shear loss1 test/2 test/3 test average / / / / / / :(3) For E7, values < are not accepted.(4) OM 602 A data can be used instead of OM646LA data providing it meets the requirements as specified in the 2007 ACEA sequences. Additional parameters may be included once approved by CEC.(5) Mack T11 results obtained as part of an API CI-4, CI-4 plus or API CJ-4 approval program, can be used in place of Mack T8E.(6) Bore polish, oil consumption and engine sludge are non-approved CEC parameters. OM 441 LA data can be used instead of OM 501 LA data providing it meets the requirements as specified in the 2007 ACEA - Engine Oils - 88ACEA 2012 Service-Fill Oils For Heavy Duty Diesel Engines - Cont dLaboratory test Test MethodPropertiesUnitE4 -12E6 -12E7 -12E9 -12Soot in oilASTM D7156(Mack T-11)Min. TGA soot @ cSt (100 C)% TGA soot @ cSt (100 C) TGA soot @ cSt (100 C) induced wearCummins ISMMerit 1000Rocker pad average weight loss at sootmg test/ 2 test / 3 test average Oil filter diff. pressure @ 150 hrskPa-- 55/67/74 191 test/ 2 test / 3 test average Engine Sludgemerit-- test/ 2 test / 3 test average Adjust screw weight lossmg-- 49Wear (liner-ring-bearings) (8)Mack T12Merit 1000 1000 1000Average liner wear m 26 26 24Average top ring weight lossmg 117 117 105End of test leadppm 42 42 35Delta lead 250-300 hrsppm 18 18 15Oil consumption (Phase II)g/hr 95 95 85Note:(7) For E7 results from M11HST (ASTM D6838), at API CH-4, or M11EGR (ASTM D6975), at API CI-4 or CI-4 Plus, can be used in place of Cummins ISM. Merit number shall be calculated according to the API CI-4 specification.(8) For E6 & E7 merit number shall be calculated according to the API CI-4 specification. For E6 & E7 Mack T10 results obtained as part of an API CI-4 or CI-4 plus approval program, can be used in place of Mack - Engine Oils - 89US Military Specifications: Engine Test Requirements MIL-L46152D46152E2104EL-38Bearing Weight Loss, mg. , LiftersNoneNoneNoneIIIEViscosity increase 64 hrs. 40 C. %. Varnish, Ring Land Varnish, , StickingNoneNone-Lifter StickingNoneNone-Cam or Lifter ScuffingNoneNoneNoneCam plus Lifter Wear, avg. max. Sludge, Cover Sludge, Varnish, Varnish, Ring Clogging, %, Screen Plugging, %, StickingNoneNoneNoneCam Wear, avg. max. , vol. %, , , vol. %, , 02/14 - Engine Oils - 90Additional Test Requirements For MIL-L-2104ETestParameterMIL-L-2104EDetroit Diesel6V-53T(FTM 355T)Piston AreaAvg. total deposits, stuck ringsNoneAverage Ring Face Distress, demerits, %, ringReportNos 2 and 3 and Head Area-Avg. liner scuffing, %, distressNonePort plugging, %ReportAllison C-3(Seal)Total Immersion (Buna N)-Volume change, %0 to +5Hardness change, points-5 to +5Dip Cycle (Polyacrylate)-Volume change, %0 to 10Hardness change, points10 to 0Tip Cycle (Silicone)-Volume change, %0 to +5Hardness change, points-10 to 0 C-3(Time/Torque)Slip Time at 5500 cycles , Nm. at slip time, between 1500 & 5500 cycles, TO-2Stopping Time Increase, %, (1) (2)Average Total Wear, m. :(1) 20% max. for 10W.(2) In duplicate - Engine Oils - 91MIL-L-2104F Engine Test RequirementsNumber of Tests Run1231KTop Groove Fill (TGF) %. Demerits, Land Heavy Carbon (TLHC) %. Consumption, g/kW-hr, and Ring StickingNoneNoneNoneIIIEViscosity Increase, 40 C. %. Ring Land Deposits, Skirt Varnish, , RingsNoneStuck LiftersNoneCam and Lifter ScuffingNoneCam plus Lifter Wear:- Avg. max. , Weight Loss, mg. Skirt Varnish, T7Avg. rate of Viscosity Increase, last 50 hr. cSt. @ 100 C/hr. , Tin RemovedReport ReportReportWrist Pin Slipper Bushing, Copper removedReportReportReportRing Face Distress, demerits, 2 & 3 Compression RingsNoneNoneNoneCylinder Liner scuffing, %. Plugging, % area, Cylinder55502/14 - Engine Oils - 92MIL-L-2104F Transmission Test RequirementsGraphitePaper55000 - 5,0005,000 - 10,000Allison C-4FrictionSlip Time at Cycles, secs. Co-efficient of Friction at Cycles Immersion (Buna N)Volume change, %0 to +5Hardness change, points-5 to +5Dip Cycle (Polyacrylate)Volume change, %0 to +10Hardness change, points0 to +5Tip Cycle (Silicone)Volume change, %0 to +5Hardness change, points-10 to 0Total Immersion (Fluoroelastomer)Volume change, %0 to +4Hardness change, points-4 to +4Sequence 1220Sequence FRRECat TO-4Average Dynamic Co-efficient, %90 - 140-After 3,000 cycles-85 - 130After 8,000 cycles-90 - 125After 15,000 cycles-90 - 125After 25,000 cycles-95 - 125Average Static Co-efficient, %91 - 12795 - 120Disc Wear, mm. Limit, %25-Cat TO-3Stopping Time Increase, %ReportAverage Total Wear, - Engine Oils - 93US Military Specifications: MIL-PRF-2104H (July 2004, Superseding MIL-PRF-2104G) Lubricating Oil, Internal Combustion Engine, Combat/Tactical ServicePropertyLimitsSAE Grade 40SAE Grade 15W-40SAE Grade 5W-40Kinematic Viscosity @ 100 C, cSt and < and < and < Temperature Cranking viscosity, cP, ASTM D5293 -7000 @ -25 C, min6200 @ -35 C, min-7000 @ -20 C, max6600 @ -30 C, maxHTHS @ 150 C, cP, ASTM D4683- Temperature Pumping Viscosity, cP, max, ASTM D4684-60 000 @ -2560 000 @ -35Pour Point, C, Point, C, min, ASTM D92225215210Evaporative Loss, %, max, ASTM D5800-1515Sulfated Ash, %, max, ASTM , ASTM D 892 (option A not allowed)Sequence I, foam/settling, ml, II, foam/settling, ml, III, foam/settling, ml, , ASTM D6894Aeration (EOAT), Volume, %, (MTAC) (1)Shear Stability Performance, ASTM D6278Kinematic viscosity after shearing, cSt, :(1) Multiple Test Acceptance Criteria (MTAC) is a data-based approach for evaluation of the quality and performance of a formulation where more than one test may be run. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 94US Military Specifications: MIL-PRF-2104H (July 2004, Superseding MIL-PRF-2104G)Lubricating Oil, Internal Combustion Engine, Combat/Tactical ServiceMaterialRated or Measured parametersPrimary Performance CriteriaOne TestTwo TestThree TestPiston deposits and scuffing performance Aluminium CAT 1K ASTM D6750Weighted Piston Demerits (WPD), Groove Fill (TGF), %, Land Heavy Carbon (TLHC), %, Oil Consumption, g/kW-hr, , Ring and Liner scuffingnonenonenoneSteel CAT 1P ASTM D6684Weighted Piston Demerits (WPD), Groove Carbon (TGC), demerit, Land Carbon (TLC), demerit, Oil Consumption, (0-360 hrs.), g/h, Oil Consumption, (312-360 hrs.), g/h, , Ring and Liner scuffingnonenonenoneProperties of Sludge control, filterability and sliding valvetrain wear, Cummins M11 EGR, ASTM D6975Avg. Crosshead weight loss, mg, Top ring weight loss, mg, filter delta pressure @ 250 hrs, kPa, Engine sludge, CRC merit, control, MACK T-8E, ASTM D5967Relative viscosity at soot, max. (2) : (2) Relative viscosity = (Viscosity at soot) / (Viscosity of new oil shared in ASTM D6278).02/14 - Engine Oils - 95US Military Specifications: MIL-PRF-2104H (July 2004, Superseding MIL-PRF-2104G))Lubricating Oil, Internal Combustion Engine, Combat/Tactical ServiceRated or Measured parametersPrimary Performance CriteriaOne TestTwo TestThree TestUsed Oil pumpability, ASTM D4684Requirement AViscosity after 75 hrs. of Mack T-10 test, tested @ -20 C, mPa-s, 000Requirement BViscosity after 75 hrs. of Mack T-10 test, tested @ -20 C, mPa-s, 000Yield Stress, Pa-< 35Properties of two-stroke cycle diesel engineAverage ring face distress Fire Ring, 2 and 3 compression ring, rings, liner areaLiner distress, % area, avg, plugging, % area, avg, Cylinder555Valvetrain wear control criteria, ASTM D5966Average Pin wear, m, - Engine Oils - 96US Military Specifications: MIL-PRF-2104H (July 2004, Superseding MIL-PRF-2104G)Lubricating Oil, Internal Combustion Engine, Combat/Tactical ServiceRated or Measured ParametersPrimary Performance CriteriaOne TestTwo TestThree TestThe following parameters are required to ensure the right protection when the oil is used in power shift transmission, cooled friction component or hydraulic systems such as steering braking and disconnect clutchesFrictional characteristics and wear Allison Graphite and Paper Friction Test Mid Point dynamic friction coefficient (3)(4)Measured mid-point friction shall be greater than or equal to the qualified batch sample mean mid-point friction coefficient minus Graphite and Paper Friction Test Slip Time, seconds (3)(4)Slip time shall be less than or equal to the maximum acceptable slip time criteria Caterpillar TO-4 / TO-4M, Seq 1220 (5)Average dynamic coefficient, %90-140Average static coefficient, %91-127Disc wear, mm, limit, m/s, TO-4 / TO-4M, SEQFRRET (5)Average dynamic coefficient, % @ 3000 cycles85-130@ 8000 cycles90-125@ 15,000 cycles90-125@ 25,000 cycles95-125Note:(3) Variation in frictional performance from one batch of friction plates to the next demands that minimum acceptance criteria be developed with respect to individual batches.(4) Maximum acceptable slip time (tmax) a. Allison Paper Friction Test : tmax = b. Allison Graphite Friction Test : tmax = 1/[-221*( )2+ ] c. Where is the minimum acceptable coefficient at mid-point (5) TO-4M requirements are only for 5W-40 and 15W-40 viscosity - Engine Oils - 97US Military Specifications: MIL-PRF-2104H (July 2004, Superseding MIL-PRF-2104G)Lubricating Oil, Internal Combustion Engine, Combat/Tactical ServiceRated or Measured ParametersPrimary Performance CriteriaOne TestTwo TestThree TestThe following parameters are required to ensure the right protection when the oil is used in power shift transmission, cooled friction component or hydraulic systems such as steering braking and disconnect clutchesCaterpillar TO-4M, EHD Film-Forming Test (5)% of Elastohydrodynamic (EHD) reference film thickness at 2 m/s-@ 70 C- 90@ 100 C- 96@ 130 C- 98Piston ring, liner and bearing wear control, ASTM D6987 (T-10)Merit rating, of oxidation and nitration control, ASTM D6984% increase kinematic viscosity @ 40 C, (MTAC) (1)Interface RequirementsHomogeneity and miscibility, ASTM D6922PassElastomer Seal compatibility, GMN10055 DEXRON-III, H Revision Automatic Transmission Fluid SpecificationsPassCorrosion control, HTCBT, ASTM D6594Copper increase, ppm, increase, ppm, increase, ppm, strip coupon rating, max.(6)3Note:(1) Multiple Test Acceptance Criteria (MTAC) is a data-based approach for evaluation of the quality and performance of a formulation where more than one test may be run. (5) TO-4M requirements are only for 5W-40 and 15W-40 viscosity grades.(6) The rating system in test method ASTM D130 is used to rate the copper strip coupon. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 98Diesel Engine Oil StandardsUnitsPerformance CriteriaDH-1-05DH-2-05DL-1-05Viscosity Grade--xW-30, xW-20Jaso Hot Tube Test Hot Surface Deposit Control@ 280 CMerit IFoaming/Stabilityml/ml10/0 IIml/ml50/0 IIIml/ml10/0 TempAnti-foamingSequence IVml/ml--100/0 Lossmass % ppm20 ppm120 ppm50 of Coppercoupon after test @ 135 C-3 StabilityKinetic viscosity of oil after test @ 100 Cmm2/sStay-in-grade of virgin oil viscosity classification in SAE J300Stay-in-grade of virgin oil viscosity classification in SAE J300xW-30 min. xW-20: Stay-in-grade of virgin oil viscosity classification in SAE J300Sulphated Ashmass % % % ppm-50 CompatibilityRE1(Fluoro)Hardness ChangePoint-1 to +5-1 to +5-1 to +5Tensile Strength Rate of Change%-40 to +10-50 to +10-40 to +10Elongation Rate of Change%-50 to +10-60 to +10-50 to +10Volume Rate of Change%-1 to +5-1 to +5-1 to +5RE2-99(Acrylic)Hardness ChangePoint-5 to +8-5 to +8-5 to +8Tensile Strength Rate of Change%-15 to +18-15 to +18-15 to +18Elongation Rate of Change%-35 to +10-35 to +10-35 to +10Volume Rate of Change%-7 to +5-7 to +5-7 to +502/14 - Engine Oils - 99Diesel Engine Oil StandardsUnitsPerformance CriteriaDH-1-05DH-2-05DL-1-05Seal CompatibilityRE3 (Silicon)Hardness Changepoint-25 to +1-25 to +1-25 to +1Tensile Strength Rate of Change%-45 to +10-45 to +10-45 to +10Elongation Rate of Change%-20 to +10-20 to +10-20 to +10Volume Rate of Change%-1 to +30-1 to +30-1 to +30RE4(Nitrile)Hardness Changepoint-5 to +5-5 to +5-5 to +5Tensile Strength Rate of Change%-20 to +20-20 to +20-20 to +20Elongation Rate of Change%-50 to +10-50 to +10-50 to +10Volume Rate of Change%-5 to +5-5 to +5-5 to +5AEM (EthyleneAcrylic)Hardness ChangepointPer agreement between concerned partiesPer agreement between concerned partiesPer agreement between concerned partiesTensile Strength Rate of Change%Elongation Rate of Change%Volume Rate of Change%Nissan TD25 (M336)Piston DetergencyTGF (Top Groove Fill)vol % Piston Ring StickingsAll freeAll freeAll freeDeposits on Ring LandsMerit RatingReportReportReportMitsubishi 4D34T4Valve Train Wear Protection(M354)Average Cam Diameter Loss(Normalised at mass % Carbon Residue Increase) m, Maximum Cam Diameter Loss (Normalised at mass % Carbon Residue Increase) m, max210 210 210 Cam Surface WearNo pittingNo pittingNo pittingMack T8ASoot Dispersancy(D5967)Viscosity Increase (100 to 150 hr) @ 100 C mm2/s IIIEHigh TemperatureOxidation Stability(D6984)Viscosity Increase @ 40 C, 200 -or Viscosity Increase @ 40 C (60 hr) %, 295 -Viscosity Increase @ 40 C (80 hr)%, Fuel Economy(CEC-L-54-T-96)Fuel Economy Improvement, , - Engine Oils - 100JASO 2008 Diesel Engine Oil StandardsUnitsPerformance CriteriaMethodDH-1-05DH-2-08DL-1-08Viscosity grade ----xW-30, xW-20SAE J300Piston Detergency JASO M336TGF (Top Groove Fill)vol % M336Piston Ring StickingsAll freeAll freeAll freeAll freeDeposit on Ring landsMerit RatingReportReportReportValve Train Wear ProtectionAverage Cam Diameter Loss (Normalized at mass % Carbon Residue Increase) M354Maximum Cam Diameter Loss (Normalized at mass % Carbon Residue Increase) m210 Surface WearNo pittingNo pittingNo pittingSoot Dispersancy Viscosity increase (100 to 150 hrs.) @ 100 Cmm2 D5967 (Mack T8A and 8E)High Temperature Oxidation Stability Viscosity increase @ 40 C max% D5533 Seq IIIE Or Viscosity increase @ 40 C (60 hrs.)% D6984 Seq IIIF Viscosity increase @ 40 C (80 hrs.)% D6984 Seq IIIFFuel EconomyFuel Economy Improvement % Surface Deposit Control @ 280 CMerit IFoaming/ Stabilityml/ml10/0 :2003Sequence IIml/ml50/0 IIIml/ml10/0 max. High Temp Anti-FoamingSequence IVml/ml--100/0 D6082VolatilityEvaporation Loss @ 250 Cmass % Copper mass ppm20 D6594Leadmass ppm120 ppm50 of Copper Coupon after test @ 135 C-3 D130Shear StabilityKinetic Viscosity of Oil after Test @ 100 Cmm /sStay-in-grade of virgin oil viscosity classification in SAE J300Stay-in-grade of virgin oil viscosity classification in SAE J300xW-30 : Min. xW-20 Stay-in-grade of virgin oil viscosity classification in J300ASTM D627802/14 - Engine Oils - 101JASO 2008 Diesel Engine Oil StandardsUnitsPerformance CriteriaMethodDH-1-05DH-2-08DL-1-08Sulfated Ash mass % +/- MaxJIS-K-2272 1998-5Base Numbermg 20003 8--ASTM D4739Phosporousmass % % 2003 5Chlorinemass ppm-150 CompatibilityRE1 (Fluoro)Hardness Change Point-1 to +5-1 to +5-1 to +5CEC-L -39-T-96Tensile Strength Rate of Change%-40 to +10-50 to +10-40 to +10Elongation Rate of Change%-50 to +10-60 to +10-50 to +10Volume Rate of Change %-1 to +5-1 to +5-1 to +5RE2-99 (Acrylic)Hardness Change Point-5 to +8-5 to +8-5 to +8Tensile Strength Rate of Change%-15 to +18-15 to +18-15 to +18Elongation Rate of Change%-35 to +10-35 to +10-35 to +10Volume Rate of Change %-7 to +5-7 to +5-7 to +5RE3 (Silicon)Hardness Change Point-25 to +1-25 to +1-25 to +1Tensile Strength Rate of Change%-45 to +10-45 to +10-45 to +10Elongation Rate of Change%-20 to +10-20 to +10-20 to +10Volume Rate of Change %-1 to +30-1 to +30-1 to +30RE4 (Nitrile)Hardness Change Point-5 to +5-5 to +5-5 to +5Tensile Strength Rate of Change%-20 to +10-20 to +10-20 to +10Elongation Rate of Change%-50 to +10-50 to +10-50 to +10Volume Rate of Change %-5 to +5-5 to +5-5 to +5AEM (Ethylene Acrylic)Hardness Change PointPer agreement between concerned partiesPer agreement between concerned partiesPer agreement between concerned partiesTensile Strength Rate of Change%Elongation Rate of Change%Volume Rate of Change %02/14 - Engine Oils - 102Global Engine Oil Service Specifications DHD-1 Laboratory TestsTestPerformance CriteriaLimitsCorrosion Bench TestUsed Oil Element Content above Baseline, ppm, 20, Lead 120, Tin 50Elastomer Compatibility (1)Variation after 7 days fresh oil, No pre-aging Elastomer TypeRE 1RE 2 RE 3RE 4Hardness DIDC, points, +5-5/+5-25/+1 -5/+5Tensile Strength, %. +10-15/+10-45/+1-20/+10Elongation rupture, %. +10-35/+10-20/+10-50/+10Volume variation, %. +5-5/+5-1/+30-5/+5Foaming TendencyTendency / Stability, ml. 1 min. settlingSequence I (24 C) 10 - nilSequence II (94 C) 50 - nilSequence III (24 C) 10 - nilFoaming - High TemperatureTendency / Stability, ml. max. after 1 min. settlingSequence IV (150 C) 200 - 50PDSCOxid. Induction Time, min. 35Shear StabilityBosch Injector TestViscosity after 30 cycles,measured at 100 AshMass %. ViscosityTapered BearingSimulator / RavenfieldHigh Temperature / High Shear RateViscosity, cP. Volatility% Mass Loss, :(1) The Elastomer Compatibility Limits are those stated in ACEA 1999 European Oil Sequences and apply to the elastomer batches available at that time. Consult the most recent ACEA Oil Sequence publication for the information on the limits with more recent elastomer - Engine Oils - 103Global Engine Oil Service Specifications DHD-1 Engine TestsTestPerformance CriteriaLimitsCaterpillar 1R (1)Weighted Demerits (WDR), Groove Carbon, %. Land Carbon, %. Consumption Initial / X InitialCummins M11 HST (3)Oil Filter Diff. Press. kPa. Sludge, CEC Merits, Pad Average Weight Loss,Normalized to soot mg. T-9 (4)Used Oil Lead, ppm. (2)TAN Increase at EOT, Wear Normalized to soot Liner m. Ring % wt. Loss, mg. T-8ERelative Viscosity at RFWTPin Wear, m. IIIF, 60 40 C Viscosity Increase, %. , vol. %. Benz OM 441 LABore Polish, % Area. Pressure Loss at 400 hrs, %. Merits, Consumption, 4D34T4160 Cam Lobe Wear, :(1) The requirements for this characteristic may be met with a CH-4 level passing result in an original API CH-4 qualification.(2) Lead Maximum 25 ppm if fresh oil has TBN (ASTM D4739) greater than 10.(3) Cummins ISM being considered as a replacement test.(4) Mack T-12 is an approved - Engine Oils - 104Two-Stroke Classifications: API TCEngineParameterLimitsAPI TC (CEC TSC-3)Yamaha CE 50STightening, Mean Torque Drop Ref. OilYamaha CE 50SPre-ignition, occurrences1 max. in 50 hr. testYamaha 350 M2Piston VarnishRing StickingPiston DepositsPiston ScuffingBetter than or equal to reference oilNote:TA (TSC-1) not released as a full specification, but the test methods are recognised by ASTM as valid for assessing the capabilities of two-stroke (TSC-2) not released as a full specification due to the withdrawal of the supporting OEM. No new work is in - Engine Oils - 105Two-Stroke Classifications: ISO/JASOISOEGBEGCEGDJASOFBFCFDPhysical Chemical PropertiesEvaluation ItemLimit Test ProcedureJIS ASTMKinematic viscosity @ 100 C, K 2283D445Flash Point, C70 K 2265D83Sulfated Ash, % K 2272D874Test procedures and Standard IndicesEvaluation itemStandard Index (min.)Test ProcedureLubricity (1)95JASO M340Initial Torque (1)98JASO M340Detergency (1)Evaluation after 60 Part8595-JASO M341 60 min. TestPiston Skirt Part---Evaluation after 180 Part--125JASO M341 180 min. TestPiston Skirt Part--95Exhaust Smoke (2)458585JASO M342Exhaust System blocking (2)9090JASO M343Note: (1) Engine : HONDA DIO AF27. (2) Engine : SUZUKI SX800R. Specification description: FA Obsolete FB / EGB Increased lubricity, detergency, exhaust smoke and exhaust system blocking requirements over FA. FC / EGC Lubricity and initial torque requirements same as FB, however far higher detergency, exhaust smoke and exhaust system blocking requirements over FB. FD / EGD Same as FC with far higher detergency requirement. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 106Two-Stroke Classifications: TISI 1040TestParameterLimitsBench TestsViscosity, 100 C, - Index, Point, C Point, C Ash, % wt. Element content, % KH 125MPiston Seizure and Ring Scuffing No seizureDetergency (general cleanliness)Ring Sticking, meritPiston Cleanliness, meritExhaust Port BlockingNoneSuzuki SX 800R (JASO M 342-92)Exhaust Smoke, :Since mid-1991, all two-stroke oils used in Thailand are required to meet TISI use different fuel:oil ratios to evaluate performance. Piston Seizure and Ring Scuffing various down to 200:1 Detergency 40:1 Exhaust Smoke 10:102/14 - Engine Oils - 107Two-Stroke Classifications: NMMA TC-W3 For Outboard MotorsNMMA - National Marine Manufacturer Association (1)TestParameterAnalytical Test ResultsViscosity, cSt, 40 CPour Point, CFlash Point, ASTM D93, CNitrogen, %wt. TBN, ASTM D2896, mgKOH/gCloud Point, ASTM D2500, CBench Test ResultsCompatibility, % Sediments Homogeneous after mixed separately with each reference oil (*,**) and stored 48 hrsBrookfield (Fluidity) @ -25 C, cP 7500Miscibility @ -25 C, cP InversionsNo more than 10% inversions than reference % RustEqual to or less than referenceFilterability, % change Decrease in flow rate no more than 20%Engine Test ResultsOMC 40 Horsepower Test (98) hrsAverage Piston VarnishEqual to or better than reference - *Top Ring Sticking Equal to or better than reference - *OMC 70 Horsepower Test (98) hrsAverage Piston DepositsEqual to or better than reference - *Second Ring StickEqual to or better than reference based on formula * : * Reference + 15 Horsepower Test (100) hrs. (2 consecutive passes are required) Circumferential ScuffingEqual to or less than 15%Compression LossLess than 20psigAverage Second Ring StickingEqual to or better than Second Land DepositsEqual to or better than WipingLess than 5%Needle Bearing Stickiness - OriginalMust Pass Needle Bearing Stickiness - ProposedMust Pass Yamaha CE50S Tightening / Lubricity TestTorque Drop, to or less than reference ** within 90% confidence level Yamaha CE50S Preignition Test (100) hrsMajor preignitionsEqual to or less than reference *AF-27 Lubricity Test Torque Loss, NmEqual to or less than reference oil XPA 3259 within 90% confidence limitNote:* # 93738 ** XPA-3259 (1) Some specifics read-across rules applied, check the Product Approval System (Specifications). 02/14 - Engine Oils - 108Four-Stroke Classifications: JASO T903: 2006, 2011RequirementsPerformance CriteriaTest ProcedureSulphated Ash, mass %, Content mass %, min. and Loss mass %, Tendency(foaming/settling)Sequence I ml10/0JIS K 2518Sequence II ml50/0Sequence III ml10/0Shear Stability(Kinematic Viscosity (100 C) mm2/s, min. after test)xW-30: : : grades: Stay-in-gradeJPI-5S-29 (1)High temperature high shear viscosity minJPI-5S-36Four-Stroke Classifications: JASO T903, 2006JASO T904Dynamic Friction Characteristic Index (DFI)Static Friction Characteristic Index (SFI)Stop Time Index (STI)JASO DFI < SFI < STI < DFI < SFI < STI < DFI < SFI < STI < DFI < SFI < STI < :(1) Test shall be conducted by diesel injector method under the standard test conditions (30 cycles).The JASO T903 specifications were implemented to ensure oils with the correct viscosity and friction characteristics were available in the market for four-stroke motorcycles. These oils must meet a minimum requirement of API SG, SH. SJ, SL, SM*, NS** or ILSAC GF-2, GF-3 or ACEA A1/B1, A3/B3, A5/B5, C2, C3, C4 and must meet these physical/chemical requirements in addition to the JASO T904: 2006 friction test.* SM excluding SM-EC** SN excluding SN-RCAbove requirements apply to both 2006 and 2011. Friction requirements below differ between 2006 and 2011 Classifications: JASO T903, 2011JASO T904Dynamic Friction Characteristic Index (DFI)Static Friction Characteristic Index (SFI)Stop Time Index (STI)JASO DFI < SFI < STI < DFI < SFI < STI < DFI < SFI < STI < DFI < SFI < STI < - Engine Oils - 109Four-Stroke Classifications: NMMA FCWEngine TestsTest MethodResultKinematic Viscosity @ 40 C D445Report onlyViscosity Index D2270Report onlySpecific Gravity D1298 OR D4052Report onlyTotal Base Number D2896Report onlyTotal Acid Number D664Report onlyElements D4951, D4927 OR D4628Report onlySulphur Content D5453Report onlyNitrogen Content D5291 OR D5762Report onlyIR Spectrum E1421Report onlyKinematic Viscosity @ 100 C D445Per SAE GradesCold Crank Viscosity D5293Per SAE GradesMRV-TP-1 Viscosity D4684Per SAE GradesFoam, Seq. I, ml D89210/0 maximumFoam, Seq. II, ml D89250/0 maximumFoam, Seq. III, ml D89210/0 maximumFoam, Seq. IV, ml D6082200/50 maximumShear Stability, 30 cycles D6278Report onlyHTHS (after 30 cycles of D6278), cP D4683, D4741 OR minimumRust, %NMMA FC-W method Reference OilNOACK Volatility, %ASTM D5800Report onlyEOFT, % changeGM 9099P 50115 HP Gen. Perf. TestNMMA FC-W methodA Pass is determined by inspection of the following parts;Cam lobesCam capsCam journalsCam bearingsPiston ringsPistonCon rod bearingCylinder boreMain bearingCrank journalsFuel pump lobe, reference onlyNote:NMMA developed the FCW specifications for four-stroke outboard engines, in response to the increasing need for a dedicated lubricant for this application, as opposed to the use of a traditional passenger car engine oil. Oils seeking NMMA FCW approval must meet a minimum of API SG in addition to responding to the corrosion inhibition and anti-wear requirements of an outboard - Engine Oils - 110OEM Specifications: General Motors dexos1 and dexos2 RequirementsParameterUnitsLimitsdexos1 (Gasoline engines)dexos2 (Diesel engines)Viscosity Classification Service FillSAE J300SAE Grade0W-20, 0W-30; 5W-20, 5W-300W-30, 5W-30; 0W-40, 5W-40Viscosity Classification Factory FillSAE J300SAE Grade5W-305W-30HTHS ViscosityCEC-L-36-A-90, ASTM Temperature Cranking ViscosityASTM 0W @ -35 C SAE 0W @ -35 C SAE 5W @ -30 CSAE 5W @ -30 CLow Temperature Pumping Visc. -40 C (no yield stress)ASTM 0W SAE 5W Rate & ReportSAE 0W SAE 5W Rate & ReportLow Temperature Pumping Visc. -35 C (no yield stress)ASTM 5W SAE 0W Rate & ReportSAE 5W SAE 0W Rate & ReportEvaporative Loss (NOACK)CEC-L-40-A-93, ASTM D5800/A% wt. AshDIN 51 575, ASTM D874% wt. Viscosity +100 CDIN ISO 3104, ASTM D445mm - < 30: - < SAE 40: - Base NumberDIN ISO 3771, ASTM D2896 mg KOH/g 15597 (XRF)mg / kg 150 150PhosphorusDIN 51 363-3, ASTM D4951 (ICP) DIN 51 363-2, ASTM 6443 (XRF)mg / kg 850700-900SulphurDIN 51 400-10, ASTM D4951 (ICP) EN ISO 14596, ASTM D2622 (XRF)mg / kg 4500 3500Foaming Tendency / StabilitySequence I (24 C)ASTM D89210/0Sequence II (94 C)50/0Sequence III (24 C)10/0HT Foaming Tendency Sequence IV (150 C)ASTM D6082ml100/0Ball Rust TestASTM D6557avg. grey value 100Corrosion PerformanceLBCH02-45[ISO 6270-2 (2005) & prep. acc. ASTM D6594, ]merit11Shear Stability - Bosch Injector (kin. Viscosity at 100 C)CEC-L-14-A-93, DIN ISO 3104, ASTM D664mm /sSAE 20: 30: 30: 40: - Engine Oils - 111OEM Specifications: General Motors dexos1 and dexos2 RequirementsParameterUnitsLimitsdexos1 (Gasoline engines)dexos2 (Diesel engines)Elastomer Test / Materials ACEA Elastomer - RE1 (FPM)Hardness DIDCCEC-L-39-T-96points-1 / +5-1 / +5Tensile strength%-40 / +10-40 / +10Elongation at rupture%-50 / +10-50 / +10Volume variation%-1 / +5-1 / +5ACEA Elastomer - RE4 (NBR)Hardness DIDCCEC-L-39-T-96points-5 / +5-5 / +5Tensile strength%-20 / +10-20 / +10Elongation at rupture%-50 / +10-50 / +10Volume variation%-5 / +5-5 / +5ACEA Elastomer - AEMHardness DIDCVDA 675301Shore A-5 / +10-5 / +10Tensile strength% -35 -35Elongation at rupture% -50 -50Volume variation%-5 / +15-5 / +15SAE Elastomer - SAE J2643 ACM-1Hardness DIDCASTM D2240points-5 / +5-5 / +5Tensile strengthASTM D412%-20 / +10-20 / +10Elongation at ruptureASTM D412%-35 / 0-35 / 0Volume variationASTM D471%-5 / +5-5 / +5Change in tensile stress at 50% elongationASTM D412%-10 / +35-10 / +35SAE Elastomer - SAE J2643 VMQ-1Hardness DIDCASTM D2240points-20 / +10-20 / +10Tensile strengthASTM D412%-45 / 0-45 / 0Elongation at ruptureASTM D412%-40 / 0-40 / 0Volume variationASTM D471%-5 / +40-5 / +40Change in tensile stress at 50% elongationASTM D412%-50 / +10-50 / +10Engine Tests - ACEA Gasoline Peugeot TU5JP-L4 High Temperature Deposits Ring Sticking Oil Thickening CEC-L-88-T-02Ring Sticking (each part)merit Piston Varnish (6 elements)merit RL216 RL216Avg. Piston Varnish of RL216merit--Absolute Viscosity Increase at 40 C between min. and max. values during testmm2/s x RL216 x RL216Absolute Viscosity Increase with RL216mm2/s--Oil consumptionkg/testRRRR02/14 - Engine Oils - 112OEM Specifications: General Motors dexos1 and dexos2 RequirementsParameterUnitsLimitsdexos1 (Gasoline engines)dexos2 (Diesel engines)Engine Tests - ACEA Gasoline Sequence VG, Low Temperature Sludge, ASTM D6593Average Engine Sludgemerit Cover Sludgemerit Piston Skirt Varnishmerit Engine Varnishmerit Ring (Hot Stuck)-NoneNoneOil Screen Clogging% 5 5Peugeot TU3M Wear Test, Valve Train, Scuffing Wear, CEC-L-38-A-94Average Cam Wear m 10 10Max. Cam Wear m 15 15Pad Merit (avg. of 8 pads)merit M111 Black Sludge, CEC-L-53-T-95Average Engine Sludgemerit RL140 RL140Average Engine Sludge of RL140meritReportReportAverage Cam Wear mRate & ReportRate & ReportM111 Fuel Economy, CEC-L-54-T-96Fuel Economy Improvement vs. RL 191(SAE 15W-40)%Report(If results are available) Tests - ILSAC GasolineSequence IIIG, High Temperature Deposits, Ring Sticking, Oil ThickeningViscosity Increase at 100 150 150Average weighted Piston Depositsmerit stuck ringsnonenoneAverage Cam plus Lifer wear m 60 60Oil Consumptionkg/testRate & ReportRate & ReportSequence IIIGA, ASTM D4684Aged oil low temperature pumping requirement of original grade or next higher grade depending on results of ASTM D5293Meet requirement of original grade or next higher grade depending on results of ASTM D5293Sequence VIB, Fuel Economy, ASTM D6837Fuel Economy Improvement 1%"xW-20 xW-30 "-Fuel Economy Improvement 2%"xW-20 xW-30 "-Sequence VIII, Bearing Corrosion, ASTM D6709Bearing weight lossmg 26 2610 hr stripped viscositymm2/sStay-in-gradeStay-in-grade02/14 - Engine Oils - 113OEM Specifications: General Motors dexos1 and dexos2 RequirementsParameterUnitsLimitsdexos1 (Gasoline engines)dexos2 (Diesel engines)Engine Tests - ACEA Light Duty Diesel DV4TD, Medium Temperature Dispersivity, CEC-L-093Absolute Viscosity Increase at +100 C and 6% sootmm2/s- x RL223Absolute Viscosity Increase of RL223mm2/s--OM 646 LA, Wear, Viscosity Stability, Oil Consumption, Draft CEC-L-099Average Cam Wear m-tbdViscosity Increase @ +40 C%-tbdBore Polishing%-tbdAverage Cylinder Wear m-tbdOil Consumptionkg / test -tbdVW DI, Diesel Piston Cleanliness, Ring Sticking, CEC-L-78-T-99Piston Cleanlinessmerit RL206Piston Cleanliness of RL206meritRing Sticking (rings 1 & 2)Average all 8 ringsASF for any 1st ringASF for any 2nd ringASF (DIN ISO 3771)mgKOH/gRR02/14 - Engine Oils - 114OEM Specifications: General Motors dexos1 and dexos2 RequirementsParameterUnitsLimitsdexos1 (Gasoline engines)dexos2 (Diesel engines)Engine Tests - GM Oil Release Test Gasol. Engines (OP1), GMPTE-T DUR020Function Test, Oil pressurebarOKOKRun in oil consumptiong/h15-3915-39Kin. Viscosity Increase @ +40 C, DIN ISO 3104^% 130 130Total Acid Number after Test, ASTM D664mgKOH/g after Test, DIN 51 453A/cm 30 30Aeration Test, GMPTE-T MEC024Aeration rate of Candidate Oil vs. Reference OilCandidate Oil Reference OilCandidate Oil Reference OilMaximum Difference in Aeration of aged Candidate Oil vs. Reference Oil%Aged Candidate oil - fresh Reference oil < +2Aged Candidate oil - fresh Reference oil < +2Valve Train Wear Test, Radionuclid - Method, GMPTE-T DUR021Maximum Cam Wearnm/h Tappet Wearnm/h Release Test, Diesel Engines, GMPTE-T DUR019, Duration: 400 Ring Clearance 1st ring (avg.)mm- Ring Clearance 2nd ring (avg.)mm- Ring Clearance 3rd ring (avg.)mm- Rod Bearing Wear m- 3Main bearing Wear (avg.) m- 3Average Camshaft Wear (avg.) m- 10Timing Chain Elongationmm- Chain Elongationmm- Chain Elongationmm- Cleanlinessmerit-RROil Consumption (max.)g/h- 15Blow-by (max.)L/min- 50Viscosity Increase @ +100 C and 2,5% wt. soot (DIN 51 452), DIN ISO 3104mm2/s- 602/14 - Engine Oils - 115OEM Specifications: Mercedes Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils Requirements Mono / MultigradeMultiMultiMultiMultiMultiViscosity GradesSAEacc. ACEA0W-, 5W-,10W-X0W-, 5W-,10W-X0W-, 5W-,10W-X0W-, 5W-,10W-XRead-Across GuidelinesMB Read-Across (1)RAyesyesyesyesyesMB Package Pass (1)RAnononononoACEA Oil Sequences requiredACEAWhen any ACEA Ax, Bx, Cx or Ex oil sequence is claimed, then all tests within this oil sequence are mandatoryAPI Oil Categories required, min. API-----DDC Oil Specification levelPGOS-----Laboratory TestsSulphated ash (DIN 51575 or ASTM D874) % > 0,8 & 1,5> 0,8 & 1,5 0,8> 0,8 & 1,5 0,8TBN (ISO 3771 or ASTM D2896 fresh oil) mg (ASTM D4739 fresh oil) mg KOH/gRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportPour Point ( ISO 3016 or ASTM D97) C-27-27-27-27-27Evaporative loss CEC-L-40-A-93, NOACK%1313121010Viscosity HTHS, CEC-L-36-A-90, i3 2nd , min. (DIN 51391 -2/-3 or ASTM D5185 / 6443)% (DIN EN ISO 14596 or ASTM D5185 / 2622) % & (DIN 51363 -2/-3 / ASTM D5185 / 4951)% & Report0,05 - 0,110,05 - 0,090,05 - 0,110,05 - 0,09Chlorine (DIN ISO 15597:2006-01 or ASTM D6443)% & Report0,01500,01500,01500,0150Note: (1) Read-Across only according to MB Read-Across Guidelines for engine tests (based on latest ATC and ATIEL Code of Practice). MB Package Pass only for Mineral Oils (SN, ATIEL Grp. I & II) and for SAE 15W-40, 20W-40, 15W-50, - Engine Oils - 116OEM Specifications: Mercedes Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils Tests (continued)Oxidation Test (DAI In-house Method) Variation KV @ 100 C Relative%Equal or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Variation KV @ 100 C Absolute mm2/sEqual or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Oxidation DIN 51 453A/cmEqual or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil Equal or better than ref oil SRV (Schwing Reib Verschlei ) (DAI Method) COF* after 3 hrs< < < < < Deposit test (MTU, DIN 51535)mg----- TC Perfom. test CEC-TDG-L-100 - when readymgRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportSooted Oil MRV T11/11A ASTM D6896180 hr sample T-11/T11 A drain Yield StressPa-----Corrosion Tendency ASTM D6594 (135 C, HTCBT)Cu, ppm increaseppmPb, ppm increaseppmCopper strip ratingShear Stability CEC-L-14-93, ASTM D6278 / 7109Pass @ 30 cylPass @ 30 cylPass @ 30 cylPass @ 90 cylPass @ 90 cylKinematic Viscosity after 30 / 90 Pass Shearing @ 100 Cmm /sStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeFoaming TendencyPassPassPassPassPassSequence I (24 C) ASTM D892 w/o option Aml10 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 0Sequence II (94 C) ASTM D892 w/o option Aml50 / 020 / 020 / 020 / 020 / 0Sequence III (24 C) ASTM D892 w/o option Aml10 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 0Sequence IV (150 C) ASTM D6082mlRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRelated DBLDBL66156615661566156615Elastomer Compatibility (2)DBLPassPassPassPassPass(2) Elastomer compatibility tests according to VDA 675301 and DBL 6674 / 6610 / 6615 with materials NBR34, AK6, ACM E7503, VMQ RE3-04 and EAM Limits according to DBL 6610 / :02/14 - Engine Oils - 117OEM Specifications: Mercedes Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils Tests (x = number of tests for Package Pass)M 271 (MB DL, Sludge) (3)Engine sludge avg. (with fuel batch 1), merit, 271 (MB DL, Wear, 250 hrs.) (3)PassPassPassPassPassCam wear inlet / outlet valve (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m5,0 / 5,05,0 / 5,05,0 / 5,05,0 / 5,05,0 / 5,0Piston Ring wear radial @ ring 1 / ring 2 (avg.) (4) m5,0 / 12,05,0 / 12,05,0 / 12,05,0 / 12,05,0 / 12,0Piston Ring wear axial @ ring 1 / groove 1 (avg.) (4) m5,0 / 15,05,0 / 15,05,0 / 15,05,0 / 15,05,0 / 15,0Ring stickingYes/NonononononoMain Bearing wear (avg.) (4) / (max.) m1,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,5Conrod Bearing wear (avg.) (4) / (max.) m1,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,5Timing Chain wear (elongation)%0,250,250,250,250,25Timing Chain wear (single chain link)%1,01,01,01,01,0Timing Chain wear (single chain link), %, 111 (CEC SG-L-54)PassPassPassPassFuel economy improvement vs. RL 191 (15W-40)%-1,01,01,71,7Note: (3) Re-rating by Daimler at EP/MOR for all related engine parts.(4) The worst result (outlier result) will be replaced by the second worst to calculate the average to control - Engine Oils - 118OEM Specifications: Mercedes Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils 646 DE22 LA (CEC SG-L-099) (3)PassPassPassPassPassCam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m120110110100100Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m155140140120120Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cylinder) m5,05,05,05,05,0Bore polishing (13 mm) - max. value of 4 , cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons)merit10, sludge ,58,78,79,09,0Ring stickingyes/nonononononoTappet wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportNote:(3) Re-rating by Daimler at EP/MOR for all related engine - Engine Oils - 119OEM Specifications: Mercedes Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils 646 DE22 LA (CEC SG-L-099) (3)PassPassPassPassPassBearing wear main / con rod bearing m2,1/2,12,1/2,12,1/2,12,1/2,12,1/2,1Piston ring wear axial @ ring 1 (4) m10,410,410,48,78,7Piston ring wear axial @ ring 2 (4) m6,06,06, ring wear axial @ ring 3 (4) m5,05,05, ring wear radial @ ring 1 (4) m10,010,010,010,010,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 2 (4) m12,012,012,012,012,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 3 (4) m8,08,08,08,08,0Timing chain wear (elongation)%0,40,40,40,40,4Oil consumptiong/test70007000700070007000Soot%4,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,0Viscosity increase at 100 C%1001001009090Note:(3) Re-rating by Daimler at EP/MOR for all related engine parts.(4) The worst result (outlier result) will be replaced by the second worst to calculate the average to control - Engine Oils - 120OEM Specifications: Mercedes Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils Dyno Test - when ready Chassis: W204 C250CDI / Engine: OM 651 %tbdtbdtbdtbdtbd Chassis: W204 C350CDI / Engine: OM 642%tbdtbdtbdtbdtbd Chassis: W204 C200K / Engine: M271 ML18%tbdtbdtbdtbdtbd Chassis: W204 C350CGI / Engine: M272 DE35%tbdtbdtbdtbdtbdVW TDI (CEC-SG-L-078)PassPassPassPassPass Piston cleanliness (avg.)meritRL 206 - 4RL 206RL 206RL 206RL 206 All other requirements as listed in ACEA B4 & C3-08PassB3B4C3B4C3VW PV 1449-PassPassPassPassVW or PV 1449PassYe sYe sYe sYe s02/14 - Engine Oils - 121OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils Number (1) RequirementsMono / MultigrademultimultimultimultimultimultimultimultiViscosity GradesSAE0W-30, -405W-30, -4010W-400W-30, -405W-30, -40acc. ACEA0W-, 5W-, 10W-X0W-, 5W-, 10W-X0W-, 5W-, 10W-X0W-, 5W-, 10W-X0W-, 5W-XSAE XW-30 and 0W-40PossibleYe sYe sYe sYe sYe sYe sYe sYe sRead-Across GuidelinesMB Read-Across (2)RANoNoYe sYe sYe sYe sYe sYe sPackage Pass (2)RANoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoACEA Oil sequence requiredACEAAPI Oil Categories required Oil Specification levelPGOS--------RN Oil specification - RN approval letter mandatoryRN SpecRN0710RN0720------Laboratory TestsSulphated ash (DIN 51575 or ASTM D874) % 0,7 & <1,5 0,5> 0,8 & 1,5> 0,8 & 1,5 0,8> 1,0 & 1,6 0,8 0,8TBN (ISO 3771 or ASTM D2896 fresh oil) mgKOH/g8,06,06,07,06,010,06,06,0TBN (ASTM D4739 fresh oil) mgKOH/g--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportPour Point ( ISO 3016 or ASTM D97) CRate & ReportRate & Report-27-27-27-27-27-36Evaporative loss CEC L-40-A-93, ASTM D5800, NOACK%1211131312101010Viscosity @ HTHS (CEC L-36-90) ,53,53,53,53,53,53,53,5Zinc, min (DIN 51391 -2/-3 or ASTM D5185 / 6443)% & ReportRate & Report0,040,040,040,040,040,04Sulfur (DIN EN ISO 14596 or ASTM D5185 / 2622) % & Report0,2Rate & Report0,50,30,50,30,3Phosphorus (DIN 51363 -2/-3 / ASTM D5185 / 4951)% & Report0,9Rate & Report0,05 - 0,110,05 - 0,090,05 - 0,110,05 - 0,090,05 - 0,09Chlorine (DIN ISO 15597:2006-01 or ASTM D6443)% & ReportRate & ReportRate & Report0,01500,01500,01500,01500,0100Note :(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(2) Read-Across only according to MB Read-Across Guidelines for engine tests (based on latest ATC and ATIEL Code of Practice). MB Package Pass only for Mineral Oils (SN, ATIEL Grp. I & II) and for SAE 15W-40, 20W-40, 15W-50, - Engine Oils - 122OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) Tests (continued)Daimler Oxidation Test - Fresh Oil (Daimler Oxidation Test Procedure) (3) PassPassPassPassPassPassKin. Viscosity @ 100 C, EOT 168 hrs, avg. of 3 runsmm2/s--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportOxidation DIN 51453 @ EOT 168 hrs, avg. of 3 runsA/cm--Rate & Report6060252520Delta Kin. Viscosity KV100 avg. of 3 runs - absolutemm2/s--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportDelta Kin. Viscosity KV100 avg. of 3 runs - relative%--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & Report50Daimler Oxidation Test with Fuel Dilution 5% B100 (FAME from OM 646 Biodiesel Test) (3)PassPassPassPassPassPassKin. Viscosity @ 100 C, EOT 168 hrs, avg. of 3 runsmm2/s--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportOxidation DIN 51453 @ EOT 168 hrs, avg. of 3 runsA/cm--Rate & Report120120808040Delta Kin. Viscosity KV100 avg. of 3 runs - absolutemm2/s--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportDelta Kin. Viscosity KV100 avg. of 3 runs - relative%--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & Report50TOC Oxidation Test (D55 3099)PassPass------TA Nmg KOH/gR&R @ 80 hrsR&R @ 96 hrs------PAI CO400 @ 80 hrs400 @ 96 hrs------Variation of viscosity at 40 C @ 96 hrs%200200------Variation of viscosity at 100 C%R&R @ 80 hrsR&R @ 96 hrs------Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine - Engine Oils - 123OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) Tests (continued)MCT Cokefaction Test (GFC Lu 27)merit cot. 17,07,0------SRV (Schwing Reib Verschleib) Test (MBN 10474) (3)MBN 10474PassPassPassPassPassPassLoad carrying capacity avg. 5 runs - fresh oilN--100100100100100100Coefficient of friction avg. 5 runs - fresh oil m--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportLoad carrying capacity avg. 5 runs - aged oilN--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportCoefficient of friction avg. 5 runs - aged oil m--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportCEC Low Temperature Pumping Test (CEC-TDG-L 105) (3)PassPassPassPassPassPassMRV @ SAE J300 fresh oil temperaturemPa s--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportMRV @ SAE J300 fresh oil temperature +5 CmPa s--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportYield Stress ( 35 = no yield stress)Pa--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportDeposit test (MTU, DIN 51535)mg--------Sooted Oil MRV T11/11A ASTM D6896180 hr sample T-11/T11 A drain MRVmPa s--------MRV Yield StressPa--------High Temperature Corrosion Bench Test HTCBT (modified ASTM D6594 @ 135 C) (3)-PassPassPassPassPassCu, ppm increase - w/o & with 10% B100 RME/SME*ppm---R&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RPb, ppm increase - w/o & with 10% B100 RME/SME*ppm---R&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RCopper strip rating - w/o & with 10% B100 RME/SME*ppm---R&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RR&R/ R&RR&R/ R&R* Reference Fuel B100 (80% RME +20% SME) from OM 646 TDG-L104Shear Stability CEC-L-14-93, ASTM D6278 / 7109Pass @ 30 cyclesPass @ 30 cyclesPass @ 30 cyclesPass @ 30 cyclesPass @ 30 cyclesPass @ 90 cyclesPass @ 90 cyclesPass @ 90 after 30 / 90 pass Shearing @ 100 Cmm /sStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-grad eStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-grade Stay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeNote:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine - Engine Oils - 124OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) Tests (continued)Foaming tendencyPassPassPassPassPassPassSequence I (24 C) ASTM D892 w/o option Aml10 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 0Sequence II (94 C) ASTM D892 w/o option Aml10 / 010 / 050 / 020 / 020 / 020 / 020 / 020 / 0Sequence III (24 C) ASTM D892 w/o option Aml10 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 0Sequence IV (150 C) ASTM D6082 After 1 min. settle periodml100 / 0100 / 0Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportElastomer Compatibility - (CEC-L-39-96) (4)ACEAACEA A3/B3ACEA C4ACEA A3/B4ACEA A3/B4ACEA C3ACEA A3/B4ACEA C3ACEA C3Related Daimler LiefervorschriftDBL661566156615661566156 615Engine Tests (x = number of tests for Package Pass) (5)M 271 Sludge Test (M 271 Classic Sludge DL) Until M 271 EVO Sludge (CEC-TDG-L 107) is ready @ CEC (3) PassPassPassPassPassPassEngine sludge 140 + 4 RL 140 + 4 8,58,88,89,19,19,1M 271 EVO Sludge Test (CEC-TDG-L107) when ready @ CEC as alternative to M 271 Sludge Test (3) PassPassPassPassPassPassEngine sludge ,58,88,89,19,19,1Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine parts.(4) Elastomer compatibility tests according to ACEA 2012 or to DBL 6674 / 6610 / 6615 with materials NBR34, AK6, ACM E7503, VMQ RE3-04 and EAM Limits according to DBL 6610 / 6615.(5) Approval conditions for engine oils for natural gas (CNG) engines: positive field test with MB CNG busses or a pass result in a 500 hrs CNG engine test by MB do Brasil or a Read-Across from MAN M 3271 - Engine Oils - 125OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) Tests (x = number of tests for Package Pass) (5)M 271 (MB DL, Wear, 250 hrs) (3)PassPassPassPassPassPassCam wear inlet / outlet valve (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m--5,0 / 5,05,0 / 5,05,0 / 5,05,0 / 5,05,0 / 5,05,0 / 5,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 1 / ring 2 (avg.) (6) m--5,0 / 12,05,0 / 12,05,0 / 12,05,0 / 12,05,0 / 12,05,0 / 12,0Piston ring wear axial @ ring 1 / groove 1 (avg.) (6) m--5,0 / 15,05,0 / 15,05,0 / 15,05,0 / 15,05,0 / 15,05,0 / 15,0Ring stickingyes/no--NoNoNoNoNoNoMain Bearing wear (avg.) (6) / (max.) m--1,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,5Conrod Bearing wear (avg.) (6) / (max.) m--1,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,51,5 / 3,5Timing chain wear (elongation)%--0,250,250,250,250,250,25T iming chain wear (single chain link)%--1,01,01,01,01,01,0Bore polishing (xmm) - max. value of 6 cylinders% 111 Fuel Economy (CEC L-54-96) (3)PassPassPassPassPassFuel economy improvement vs. RL 191 (15W-40)%1,0(for xW-30 C3)1,0(for xW-30)-1,01,01,71,71,7Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine parts.(5) Approval conditions for engine oils for natural gas (CNG) engines: positive field test with MB CNG busses or a pass result in a 500 hrs CNG engine test by MB do Brasil or a Read-Across from MAN M 3271 approval.(6) The worst result (outlier result) will be replaced by the second worst to calculate the average to control - Engine Oils - 126OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) Tests (x = number of tests for Package Pass) (5)MB Fuel Economy Test - FE-Benefit in NEDC (PC Chassis Dynamometer Test) 0W-30/-40 and 5W-30/-40 vs MB RL001 Otto & MB RL002 Diesel (3)PassPassPassPassPassFE-Benefit in W204 C250 CDI / Engine: OM651 vs MB RL002%---Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & Report1,0FE-Benefit in W204 C350 CDI / Engine: OM642 vs MB RL002%---Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & Report1,0FE-Benefit in W204 C200 K / Engine: M 271 ML 18 vs MB RL001%---Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportFE-Benefit in W204 C350 CGI / Engine: M 272 DE35 vs MB RL001%---Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportOM 646 DE22LA Biodiesel Test (CEC-L-104) (3)PassPassPassPassPassPassPiston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons)merit--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportEngine sludge & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRing stickingyes/no--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportTBN (ASTM D4739) @ end of testmgKOH/g--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportTAN (ASTM D664) @ end of testmgKOH/g--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportOil consumptiong/test--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportSoot%--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportViscosity increase at 100 C%--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportOM 646 DE22LA (CEC-SG-L-099) (3)PassPassPassPassPassPassPassPassCam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m100100120100100909090Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m120120155130130110110110Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cylinder), max. m5,05,05,05,05,05,05,05,0Bore polishing (13 mm) - max. value of 4 ,03,04,03,53,53,03,03,0Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine parts.(5) Approval conditions for engine oils for natural gas (CNG) engines: positive field test with MB CNG busses or a pass result in a 500 hrs CNG engine test by MB do Brasil or a Read-Across from MAN M 3271 - Engine Oils - 127OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) Tests (x = number of tests for Package Pass) (5)OM 646 DE22LA (CEC-SG-L-099) (3)PassPassPassPassPassPassPassPassPisto n cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons), & ReportRate & Report10,012,012,014,014,014,0Engine sludge avg, & ReportRate & Report8,68,88,89,19,19,1Ring stickingyes/noRate & ReportRate & ReportnonononononoTappet wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportBearing wear main / con rod bearing (6), max. mRate & ReportRate & Report2,1/2,12,1/2,12,1/2,12,1/2,12,1/2, 12,1/2,1Piston ring wear axial @ ring 1 (6), max. mRate & ReportRate & Report10,410,410,48,78,78,7Piston ring wear axial @ ring 2 (6), max. mRate & ReportRate & Report6,06,06,04,04,04,0Piston ring wear axial @ ring 3 (6), max. mRate & ReportRate & Report5,05,05,03,03,03,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 1 (6), max. mRate & ReportRate & Report10,010,010,010,010,010,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 2 (6), max. mRate & ReportRate & Report12,012,012,012,012,012,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 3 (6), max. mRate & ReportRate & Report8,08,08,08,08,08,0Timing chain wear (elongation), & ReportRate & Report0,40,40,40,40,40,4Oil consumption, & ReportRate & Report700070007000700070007000Soot, & ReportRate & Report4,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,0Viscosity increase at 100 C, & ReportRate & Report100100100909090Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine parts.(5) Approval conditions for engine oils for natural gas (CNG) engines: positive field test with MB CNG busses or a pass result in a 500 hrs CNG engine test by MB do Brasil or a Read-Across from MAN M 3271 approval.(6) The worst result (outlier result) will be replaced by the second worst to calculate the average to control - Engine Oils - 128OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Passenger Car Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) TDI (CEC-SG-L-078-99)PassPassPassPassPassPas sPassPassPiston cleanliness (avg.)meritRL206RL206RL 206-4RL 206RL 206RL 206RL 206RL 206All other requirements as listed in ACEA 2010PassA5/B5-10C4-10A3/B3-10A3/B4-10C3- 10A3/B4-10C3-10C3-10VW TDI (CEC-SG-L-078-99)---Pass-Pass--All test parameter from VW s-Ye s--LLR Renault in-house TestPass-Pass------PAI CO @ end of test--200------Viscosity Increase @ 40 C end of test%-100------Oil Consumptiong/h-Report------Piston deposits (cotation)merit-5------Ring sticking (all rings)-No------Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not - Engine Oils - 129OEM Specifications: BMWSpecificationBMW Longlife-01BMW Longlife-01 FEBMW Longlife-04Viscosity gradesSAE 0W-30, 0W-40, 5W-30, 5W-40Based performanceACEA A3/B4ACEA A5/B5ACEA C3Kinematic Viscosity @ 100 C, cStAs described per SAE described per SAE J300HTHS, N52 (1)requiredrequiredrequiredBMW N42, wear testrequiredrequiredrequiredBMW In-house Fuel Economy-required-Note: (1) BMW N52 will be replaced by N20 test during - Engine Oils - 130OEM Specifications: VolkswagenRequirementsVW 501 01VW 502 00VW 504 00VW 505 00VW 505 01VW 507 00Minimum ACEA performance levelA3/B3-----Viscosity gradesAll grades0W-30, 0W-40, 5W-30, 5W-40, 10W-30, 10W-405W-300W-305W/10W/15W20W-XXW-30/40/ 50/600W-30, 0W-405W-30, 5W-4010W-30, 10W-405W-300W-30TBN, mg KOH/g (DIN ISO 3771) ash, % wt. (DIN 51575) , % wt. (DIN 51363-3) In combination with VW 505 In combination with VW 505 , %wt. (CEC-L-40-A-93) Temperature High Shear viscosity, 150 C, 106s-1 (CEC-L-36-A-90) Stability (Bosch) Viscosity at 100 C, cSt, loss, %, compatibility (PV 3344)See last page of this sectionCam and Tappet (PV 5106) Cam pitting, m, Tappet pitting, m, Cam wear, m, Tappet wear, m, JP-L4 (CEC-L-88-T-02)----- Piston ring sticking, points, Piston varnish, merit, 216----- Viscosity increase @ 40 C, mm2/s, X RL216-----02/14 - Engine Oils - 131OEM Specifications: VolkswagenRequirementsVW 501 01VW 502 00VW 504 00VW 505 00VW 505 01VW 507 00M271 Sludge MB In-house Method Sludge rating, avg, pressure on oil filter, bar, T4 (PV 1449)------Viscosity at 40 C at end of the test, mm2/s- 200 - Vfresh oil x X (1) 200 - Vfresh oil x X (1)---Viscosity increase at 40 C, mm /s- 130 - X (1) 130 - X (1)-EOT TBN, mg KOH/g - 5 + TBNnew oil x Y (2) 5 + TBNnew oil x Y (2)-Piston ring sticking, ASF--> 1 point---Piston cleanliness, merit --0 ASF---VW Fuel Economy Test (PV 1451), %, Economy, % (comparison with RL 191)-- for 5W-30 and for 0W-30-- for 5W-30 and for 0W-30Fuel Economy of each phases, %--Phase 1Phase 2Phase 3----Phase 1Phase 2Phase FE FE FE FE FE FE FSI (Direct Injection Gasoline) (PV 1481)------Engine oil for reference runs--FSI 5510---Weight increase of the 8 intake valves, g-- MWTest bed (FSI 5510) - 40%---VW ICTD (PV 1431)------Piston ring sticking, ASF-00---Piston cleanliness, merit->1>1---Note: (1) X = v (reference oil) - v (candidate oil) with v being the variation of viscosity @ 40 C for the specified oil during the test.(2) Y = TBN (reference oil) - TBN (candidate oil) with TBN being the variation of TBN for the specified oil during the - Engine Oils - 132Note: (1) Possible approval combinations are VW , VW , VW , VW , VW (2) Needs to be discussed with VW on a case by case Specifications: VolkswagenRequirements (1)VW 501 01VW 502 00VW 504 00VW 505 00VW 505 01VW 507 00VW TDi (PV 1452)------Piston cleanliness, merit, +s-4RL 206 +s-3RL 206 +sPiston ring sticking------Average of all 1st rings, ASF, ,511Max. for any 1st ring, ASF, for any 2nd ring, ASF, TBN mg/KOHg--- 4--Diesel Particle Filter Test (2)-----requiredBaumusterpr fung (2)------RNT Wear Test--(650 hrs.)-(250 hrs.)(650 hrs.)Gasoline Engine Tests (2)--required---Diesel Engine Tests (2)----requiredrequired02/14 - Engine Oils - 133Renault Service Fill RN0700 - Laboratory Tests (ACEA A3/B4 or A5/B5) RequirementsTest Viscosity gradesSAE J300 Latest active issue0W-30/5W-30 0W-40/5W-40 Shear stabilityCEC-L-014-93 or ASTM D6278 Viscosity after 30 cycles @ 100 Cmm2 Viscosity at high temp. & high shear rate CEC-L-036-90 (2nd edition) (Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and 106s-1 shear rate for 5W30 and for Evaporative lossCEC-L-040-93 (NOACK)Max weight loss after 1 hr @ 250 C% Sulphur (1)ASTM D5185% Phosporous (1)ASTM D5185% Sulphated ashASTM D874%m/m< ChlorineASTM D6443ppm TBNASTM D2896mgKOH/g Oil /Elastomer compatibility CEC-L-039-96 (3)Max variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingAs ACEA A5/B5-04Hardness DIDCpointsTensile strength%Elongation at rupture%Volume variation% Foaming tendencyASTM D892 without option ATendency - StabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10-nilSequence II (94 C) 50-nilSequence III (24 C) High temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082 High temperature foam testTendency - StabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) Dynamic Viscosity CCS ASTM D5293Dynamic viscosity @ -20 CSee SAE J300Dynamic viscosity @ -30 Pumpability limit temperature ASTM D4684Pumpability temperature C< Density ISO 12185 Open cup flash point ISO 2592 C> Pour point ISO 3016 Copper corrosion (3 hrs. @ 150 C) ISO 2160Cotation1aNote: (1) The internal method standard has to be used.(3) Use either complete Daimler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days +/- 2h, 4 materials (NBR : NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C +/- 2 C); FPM: AK6 (150 C +/- 2 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C +/- 2 C); AEM: D8948 (150 C +/- 2 C)) + RE3, or complete requirements above + Daimler requirements for AEM. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 134Renault Service Fill RN0700 - Laboratory Tests (ACEA A3/B4 or A5/B5) RequirementsTest Anti-wear properties (60min-40daN) D551994Average diametermm< De-airing @ 40 C NFT 60 149min.< Water content D50 1622%< Type of base oil Percent of each type (Gp I, Gp II, Gp III, GP IV, Gp V)% Oxidation test TOC D553099Big Tube (150g), 170 C, 360ppm of Iron, 10L/hr air Samples at 0, 8, 80, 96, 104 hrs(TAN, PAI CO, Viscosity)TAN @ 80 hrsmgKOH/gReportPAI CO @ 80 hrs. < 400Variation of viscosity at 40 C @ 80 hrs%< 200Variation of viscosity at 1000 C @ 80 hrs% MCT Cokefaction test GFC Lu 27Merit cotation 1> Auto-ignition temperature ASTM E659 Storage Stability test* See annex 1 (Official RN0700 Spec Sheet)After a temperature cycle:No cloudiness, No deposit, No salting-out Variation in viscosity @ 40 C% 2Variation in 2 months of storageNo cloudiness, No deposit, No salting-outVariation in viscosity @ 40 C% 2Variation in Compatibility with current Renault First Fill oils See annex 2 (Official RN0700 Spec Sheet)No cloudiness, No deposit, No Compatibility with plastics* See annex 3 (Official RN0700 Spec Sheet) See annex 3 (RN0700 Spec Sheet) Particular contamination*ISO 4426Measured with HIAC or manually with microscope on industrial batch Code ISO 16 Filterability (PALL Method)*ME 64120 A 014/--BFilter KN (7 > 1000)kPa< after 5 min< after 50 Filterability (PALL Method)* ME 64120 A 014/--BFMAMicron 12* Only for first fill oil02/14 - Engine Oils - 135Renault Service Fill RN0700 - Engines Tests (ACEA A3/B4 or A5/B5)RequirementsTest MethodPropertiesUnitLimits2. ACEA Engine test High temperature deposits Ring sticking Oil thickening CEC-L-088-A-02 (PSA TU5JP-L4) 72 hrs. test Ring sticking (each part)merit varnish (6 elements, average of 4 pistons)merit RL 216Absolute viscosity increase @40 C between min. and Max. values during test mm2/s * RL216Oil consumption kg/test Low temperature sludge ASTM D6593-00 (sequence VG) Under protocol and requirements for API(4)Average engine sludge merit cover sludgemerit piston skirt varnishmerit engine varnishmerit ring (hot stuck)noneOil screen clogging% Valve train scuffing wearCEC-L-038-A-94 (TU3M)Cam wear average m 10Cam wear max. m 15Pad merit (avg. of 8 pads) merit SludgeMB In-house Method (M271)Average engine sludge (4)merit Fuel economy (5)CEC-L-54-T-96 (M111FE)Fuel economy improvement vs. reference oil RL 191 (15W40)% for Medium temperature dispersivityCEC-L-093-04 (DV4TD)Absolute viscosity increase @ 100 C and 6% of sootmm2/s * RL233Piston merit merit ( ) DI Diesel Piston cleanliness & Ring sticking CEC-L-078-99 (VW TDI)Piston cleanlinessmerit RL206 for xW30 and RL206 - 3pts for xW40Ring sticking (rings 1 & 2)Avg. of all 8 rings ASF for any 1st ringASF for any 2nd TBN (ISO 3771)mg KOH/g TAN (ASTM D664) mg Wear, Viscosity stability & Oil consumptionCEC-L-51-A-98 (OM 602 A)Average Cam wear (new tappet) m increase @ 40 C% 90Bore polishing% 7Average Cylinder wear m 20Oil consumption kg/test 10Note: (4) The limits are based upon those applied in the US market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits are appropriate for European vehicles and lubricants.(5) ACEA considers the CEC-L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvements should be - Engine Oils - 136Renault Service Fill RN0700 - Engines Tests (ACEA A3/B4 or A5/B5)RequirementsTest WearCEC-L-099-08 (OM 646 LA) Replacement of OM 602 ACam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams ) m 120Cam wear inlet (avg. max wear 8 cam) (6) m 100Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cyl) (6) m polishing (13 mm) max. value of 4 cylinders (6)% wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportPiston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons) meritReportEngine sludge avg. meritReportNote: (6) Not yet official CEC parameters. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 137Renault Service Fill RN0710 - Laboratory Test (ACEA A3/B4) RequirementsTest Viscosity gradesSAE J300 Latest active issue 0W-40/5W-40/ 5W-30 for first fill only Shear stabilityCEC-L-014-93 or ASTM D6278 Viscosity after 30 cycles @ 100 Cmm2 Viscosity at high temp. & high shear rate CEC-L-036-90 (2nd edition) (Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and 106s-1 shear rate for 5W30 and for Evaporative lossCEC-L-040-93 (NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1 hr @ 250 C% Sulphur (1)ASTM D5185% Phosporous (1)ASTM D5185% Sulphated ashASTM D874%m/m< ChlorineASTM D6443ppm TBNASTM D2896mgKOH/g Oil /Elastomer compatibility CEC-L-039-96(3)Max. variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingAs ACEA A5/B5-04Hardness DIDCpointsTensile strength%Elongation at rupture%Volume variation% Foaming tendencyASTM D892 without option ATendency - StabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10-nilSequence II (94 C) 50-nilSequence III (24 C) High Temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082 High temperature foam testTendency - StabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) Dynamic Viscosity CCS ASTN D5293Dynamic viscosity @ -20 CSee SAE J300Dynamic viscosity @ -30 Pumpability limit temperature ASTM D4684Pumpability temperature C< Density ISO 12185 Open cup Flash point ISO 2592 C> Pour point ISO 3016 Copper corrosion (3 hr @ 150 C) ISO 2160Cotation1aNote: (1) The internal method standard has to be used.(3) Use either complete Daimler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days +/- 2h, 4 materials (NBR : NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C +/- 2 C); FPM: AK6 (150 C +/- 2 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C +/- 2 C); AEM: D8948 (150 C +/- 2 C)) + RE3, or complete requirements according to above + Daimler requirements for AEM. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 138Renault Service Fill RN0710 - Laboratory Test (ACEA A3/B4) RequirementsTest Anti-wear properties (60min-40daN) D551994Average diametermm< De-airing @ 40 C NFT 60 149min< Water content D50 1622%< Type of base oil Percent of each type (Gp I, Gp II, Gp III, GP IV, Gp V)% Oxidation test TOC D553099Big Tube (150g), 170 C, 360ppm of Iron, 10l /hr air Samples at 0, 8, 80, 96, 104 hr(TAN, PAI CO, Viscosity)TAN @ 80 hrsmgKOH/gReportPAI CO @ 80 hrs. < 400Variation of viscosity @ 40 C @ 80 hrs%< 200Variation of viscosity at 1000 C @ 80 hrs% MCT Cokefaction test GFC Lu 27Merit cotation 1> Auto-ignition temperature ASTM E659 Storage Stability test * See annex 1 (Official RN0700 Spec Sheet)After a temperature cycle:No cloudiness, No deposit, No salting-out Variation in viscosity at 40 C% 2Variation in 2 months of storageNo cloudiness, No deposit, No salting-outVariation in viscosity at 40 C% 2Variation in Compatibility with current Renault First Fill oils See annex 2 (Official RN0700 Specs Sheet)No cloudiness, No deposit, No Compatibility with plastics * See annex 3 (Official RN0700 Specs Sheet) See annex 3 (RN0700 Specs Sheet) Particular contamination *ISO 4426Measured with HIAC or manually with microscope on industrial batch Code ISO 16 Filterability (PALL Method)*ME 64120 A 014/--BFilter KN (7 > 1000)kPa< after 5 min< after 50 Filterability (PALL Method)* ME 64120 A 014/--BFMAMicron 12* Only for first fill oil02/14 - Engine Oils - 139Renault Service Fill RN0710 - Engines Tests (ACEA A3/B4)RequirementsTest MethodPropertiesUnitLimits2. ACEA Engine test High temperature deposits Ring sticking Oil thickening CEC-L-088-A-02 (PSA TU5JP-L4) 72 hr test Ring sticking (each part)merit varnish (6 elements, average of 4 pistons)merit RL 216Absolute viscosity increase @ 40 C between min. and max. values during test mm2/s * RL216Oil consumption kg/test Low temperature sludge ASTM D6593-00 (sequence VG) under protocol and requirements for API(4)Average engine sludge merit cover sludgemerit piston skirt varnishmerit engine varnishmerit ring (hot stuck)noneOil screen clogging% Valve train scuffing wearCEC-L-038-A-94 (TU3M)Cam wear average m 10Cam wear max m 15Pad merit (avg. of 8 pads) merit SludgeMB In-house Method (M271)Average engine sludge (4)merit Fuel economy (5)CEC-L-54-T-96 (M111FE)Fuel economy improvement vs. reference oil RL 191 (15W40)% for Medium temperature dispersivityCEC-L-093-04 (DV4TD)Absolute viscosity increase @ 100 C and 6% of sootmm2/s * RL233 resultsPiston merit merit ( ) DI Diesel Piston cleanliness & Ring sticking CEC-L-078-99 (VW TDI)Piston cleanlinessmerit RL206 Ring sticking (ring 1 & 2)Avg. of all 8 rings ASF for any 1st ringASF for any 2nd TBN (ISO 3771)mg KOH/g TAN (ASTM D664) mg Wear, Viscosity stability & Oil consumptionCEC-L-51-A-98 (OM 602 A)Average cam wear (new tappet) m increase @ 40 C% 90Bore polishing% 7Average cylinder wear m 20Oil consumption kg/test 10Note: (4) The limits are based upon those applied in the US market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits are appropriate for European vehicles and lubricants.(5) ACEA considers the CEC-L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvements should be - Engine Oils - 140Renault Service Fill RN0710 - Engines Tests (ACEA A3/B4)RequirementsTest WearCEC-L-099-08 (OM 646 LA) Replacement of OM 602 ACam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams ) m 120Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cam) (6) m 100Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cyl) (6) m polishing (13 mm) max. value of 4 cylinders (6)% wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportPiston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons) meritReportEngine sludge avg. meritReport3. Renault Engine Test Turbosludge Test F4RtIN DEVELOPMENTTO BE DEFINEDNote: (6) Not yet official CEC parameters. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 141Renault Service Fill RN0720 - Laboratory Test (ACEA C4) RequirementsTest Viscosity gradesSAE J300 Latest active issue0W30/5W30/ 0W40 Shear stabilityCEC-L-014-93 or ASTM D6278 Viscosity after 30 cycles @ 100 Cmm2 Viscosity at high temp. & high shear rate CEC-L-036-90 (2nd edition) (Ravenfield)Viscosity at 150 C and 106s-1 shear rate Evaporative lossCEC-L-040-93 (NOACK)Max. weight loss after 1hr @ 250 C% Sulphur (1)ASTM D5185%m/m Phosporous (1)ASTM D5185%m/m Sulphated ashASTM D874%m/m ChlorineASTM D6443ppm TBNASTM D2896mgKOH/g Oil /Elastomer compatibility CEC-L-039-96 (3)Max. variation of characteristics after immersion for 7 days in fresh oil without pre-agingAS ACEA C3-04Hardness DIDCpointsTensile strength%Elongation at rupture%Volume variation%Renault SpecificationsTo be Foaming tendencyASTM D892 without option ATendency - StabilitymlSequence I (24 C) 10-nilSequence II (94 C) 50-nilSequence III (24 C) High temperature foaming tendencyASTM D6082 High temperature foam testTendency - StabilitymlSequence IV (150 C) Dynamic Viscosity CCS ASTN D5293Dynamic viscosity @ -20 CSee SAE J300Dynamic viscosity @ -30 Pumpability limit temperature ASTM D4684Pumpability temperature C< Density ISO 12185 Open cup flash point ISO 2592 C> Pour point ISO 3016 Copper corrosion (3 hrs. @ 150 C) ISO 2160Cotation1aNote: (1) The internal method standard has to be used.(3) Use either complete Daimler requirements (VDA 675301, 7 days +/- 2h, 4 materials (NBR : NBR34 DIN 53538 T3 (100 C +/- 2 C); FPM: AK6 (150 C +/- 2 C); ACM: E7503 (150 C +/- 2 C); AEM: D8948 (150 C +/- 2 C)) + RE3, or complete requirements according to above + Daimler requirements for AEM. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 142Renault Service Fill RN0720 - Laboratory Test (ACEA C4)RequirementsTest Anti-wear properties (60min-40daN) D551994Average diametermm< De-airing @ 40 C NFT 60 149min.< Water content D50 1622%< Type of base oil Percent of each type (Gp I, Gp II, Gp III, GP IV, Gp V)% Oxidation test TOC D553099Big Tube (150g) 170 C, 360ppm of Iron, 10L/hrs. air Samples at 0, 8, 80, 96, 136, 168 hrs(TAN, PAI CO, Viscosity)TAN @ 96 hrsmgKOH/gReportPAI CO @ 96 hrs. < 400Variation of viscosity at 40 C @ 96 hrs%< 200Variation of viscosity at 1000 C @ 96 hrs. % MCT Cokefaction test GFC Lu 27Merit cotation 1> Auto-ignition temperature ASTM E659 Storage Stability test* See annex 1 (Official RN0700 Spec Sheet)After a temperature cycleNo cloudiness, No deposit, No salting-out Variation in viscosity at 40 C% 2Variation in 2 months of storageNo cloudiness, No deposit, No salting-outVariation in viscosity at 40 C% 2Variation in Compatibility with current Renault First Fill oils See annex 2 (Official RN0700 Spec Sheet)No cloudiness, No deposit, No Compatibility with plastics* See annex 3 (Official RN0700 Spec Sheet) See annex 3 (Official RN0700 Spec Sheet) Particular contamination*ISO 4426Measured with HIAC or manually with microscope on industrial batch Code ISO 16 Filterability (PALL Method)*ME 64120 A 014/--BFilter KN (7 > 1000)kPa< after 5 min.< after 50 Filterability (PALL Method)* ME 64120 A 014/--BFMAMicron 12* Only for first fill - Engine Oils - 143Renault Service Fill RN0720 - Engines Tests (ACEA C4)RequirementsTest MethodPropertiesUnitLimits2. ACEA Engine test High temperature deposits Ring sticking Oil thickening CEC-L-088-A-02 (PSA TU5JP-L4) 72 hrs. test Ring sticking (each part)merit varnish (6 elements, avg. of 4 pistons)merit RL 216Absolute viscosity increase @40 C between min. and max. values during test mm2/s * RL216Oil consumption kg/test Low temperature sludge ASTM D6593-00 (sequence VG) Underprotocol and requirements for API(4)Average engine sludge merit cover sludgemerit piston skirt varnishmerit engine varnishmerit ring (hot stuck)noneOil screen clogging% Valve train scuffing wearCEC-L-038-A-94 (TU3M)Cam wear average m 10Cam wear max. m 15Pad merit (avg. of 8 pads) merit SludgeMB In-house Method (M271)Average engine sludge (4)merit Fuel economy (5)CEC-L-54-T-96 (M111FE)Fuel economy improvement vs. reference oil RL 191 (15W40)% for xW30 Medium temperature dispersivityCEC-L-093-04 (DV4TD)Absolute viscosity increase @ 100 C and 6% of sootmm2/s * RL233Piston merit merit ( ) DI Diesel Piston cleanliness & Ring sticking CEC-L-078-99 (VW TDI)Piston cleanlinessmerit RL206 Ring sticking (rings 1 & 2)Avg. of all 8 rings ASF for any 1st ringASF for any 2nd TBN (ISO 3771)mg KOH/gReportEOT TAN (ASTM D664) mg Wear, Viscosity stability & Oil consumptionCEC-L-51-A-98 (OM 602 A)Average cam wear (new tappet) m increase @ 40 C% 70Bore polishing% cylinder wear m 15Oil consumption kg/test 10Note: (4) The limits are based upon those applied in the US market requirements. ACEA will continuously review the situation to ensure that these limits are appropriate for European vehicles and lubricants.(5) ACEA considers the CEC-L-54-T-96 test the only valid comparator against which claims of lubricant fuel economy improvements should be - Engine Oils - 144Renault Service Fill RN0720 - Engines Tests (ACEA C4)RequirementsTest WearCEC-L-099-08 (OM 646 LA) Replacement of OM 602 ACam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams ) m 120Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cam) (6) m 100Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cyl) (6) m polishing (13 mm) max. value of 4 cylinders (6)% wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mReportPiston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons) meritReportAverage engine sludge meritReport3. Renault Engine Test LLR Renault In-house Test Oil oxidation at the end of the test: PAI CO250Viscosity increase at 40 C% 100Oil Consumptiong/hReportPiston deposits:CotationmeritRing stickingNo sticking (for all rings)Note: (6) Not yet official CEC parameters. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 145PSA First-fill Specifications RequirementsLimitsB71 2295B71 2294B71 2296B71 2290ACEAA3/B3A3/B3 or A3/B4A3/B4 or A5/B5C2SAE J300depending on geographical area and engine typeBosch shear stabilityCEC-L-14-A-88 30 : 9 cSt : 12 : 15 > 3,5> 3,5A5/B5: > : > : 13% max.< 13<13<13> 5W: 15% ash< : < < < : < compatibilityRE1 - RE5 according to ACEA 2008TBN ASTM D4739EC: 8 : 8 : 8 D2896Outside EC: 10 EC: 10 EC: 10 PCT (24 hrs. @ 288 C)8 Ball, wear0,5 mm, 100kg testsee separate sheetEngine performance levelACEA 2008A3/B3A3/B3 or or A5/B5C2DW 10TD PSA testViscosity increase+ 3 cSt+ 3 cSt+ 3 cSt+ 3 cStPiston deposits10/1010/1010/1010/1002/14 - Engine Oils - 146PSA Service Oils - ACEA A3/B4 Specification 2010 71 2300Bench TestingTest MethodPropertiesUnitLimitsViscosity GradesSAE J300 Latest active issueShear StabilityCEC-L-014-93 or ASTM D6278Viscosity after 30 cycles @ 100 Cmm2/sStay-in-gradeViscosity at high temperature and high shear rateCEC-L-036-90Viscosity at 150 C and 106s-1 shear loss (NOACK)CEC-L-040-93 (NOACK)Max weight loss after 1hr @ 250 C%< 13Sulphated ashAs ACEA 2008%m/m< for A3/B4 oilsAerationTime for desertion + curveOil/Elastomer compatibilityCEC-L-039-96RE1, RE2, RE3, RE4 & RE5As per ACEA 08Hardness DIDCpointsTensile Strength%Elongation at rupture%Volume variation% 4739Zone EuropemgKOH/g 2896AOutside EuropemgKOH/g 10Cokefaction PCT24 hrs. @ 288 CPictures to be shownmerit 8 Cokefaction PCT16 hrs. @ 305 CPictures to be shownmeritReportFour-Ball Test (limits to be targeted indication)Wear (60 min, 1500rpm 40kg)Wear scaremm (1 min, 1500rpm)Load before weldingkg 10002/14 - Engine Oils - 147PSA Service Oils - ACEA A3/B4 Specification 2010 71 2300Bench TestingTest MethodPropertiesUnitLimitsOxidation stability (170 C) + 100ppm IronAccording to PSA CPBM_CMPM07_1564% KV variation @ 48 hrs% cStReport% KV variation @ 72 hrs% cStReport% KV variation @ 96 hrs% cSt-20% or +20% max. or max. of grade KV variation @ 120 hrs% cSt+250% or TAN @ 72 hrs, 96 hrs. and 120 hrsReportInsoluble content. Visual aspect and/or evaluation if deposits present% (Deposits)< stability (170 C) + 100ppm Iron + FAME in GOPSA10 LUBAccording to PSA CPBM_CMPM07_0961 (available at TOTAL ACS)% KV variation @ 48 hrs% cStReport% KV variation @ 72 hrs% cStReport% KV variation @ 96 hrs% cSt-20% or +20% max. or max. of grade tested% KV variation @ 120 hrs% cStReportPAI or TAN @ 72 hrs, 96 hrs. and 120 hrsReportInsoluble content. Visual aspect and/or evaluation if deposits present% (Deposits)< stability (EHN 1%)Performed by PSA. Accepted by PSADurability and compatibility with E10 FuelPerformed by PSA. Accepted by PSA02/14 - Engine Oils - 148PSA Service Oils - ACEA A3/B4 Specification 2010 71 2300Engine TestingTest MethodLimitsACEA Engine TestAll ACEA Engine TestsSee ACEA 08ACEA C2 - 2008 levelFollowing reports have to be sent to PSA:CEC-L-088-T-02 (TU5JP-L4)CEC-L-038-94 (TU3M)CEC-L-093-04 (DV4TD)Other reports have to be available on demandSpecific PSA TestsEndurance Test DW10 EnginesMethod PSA or PSA 01523_09_00234 if availableComplete report has to be sent to PSA:- Specific Criteria- Acceptability by PSAIf Read-Across rules are used, a document with oil references (oil reference and batch number used) and its components (oil bases: type and percentage, additive packages: name and percentage) have to be sent with the engine test reports. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 149PSA Service Oils - Low SAPs ACEA C3 Specification 2010 B71 2297Bench TestingTest MethodPropertiesUnitLimitsViscosity GradesSAE J300 Latest active issueShear StabilityCEC-L-014-93 or ASTM D6278Viscosity after 30 cycles @ 100 Cmm2/s 10Viscosity at high temperature and high shear rateCEC-L-036-90Viscosity at 150 C and 106s-1 sheer loss (NOACK)CEC-L-040-93 (NOACK)Max weight loss after 1 hr @ 250 C%< 13Sulphated ashAs ACEA 2008%m/m< for desertion + curveOil / Elastomer compatibilityCEC-L-039-96RE1, RE2, RE3, RE4 & RE5As per ACEA 08Hardness DIDCpointsTensile Strength%Elongation at rupture%Volume variation% 4739mgKOH/g 2896AmgKOH/g 6Cokefaction PCT24 hrs. at 288 CPictures to be shownmerit 8 Cokefaction PCT16 hrs. at 305 CPictures to be shownmeritReportFour-Ball Test (limits to be targeted indication)Wear (60 min, 1500rpm, 40kg)Wear scaremm (1 min, 1500rpm)Load before weldingkg 10002/14 - Engine Oils - 150PSA Service Oils - Low SAPs ACEA C3 Specification 2010 B71 2297Bench TestingTest MethodPropertiesUnitLimitsOxidation stability (170 C) + 100ppm IronAccording to PSA CPBM_CMPM07_1564% KV variation @ 120 hrs% cStGrade 30: -20% 40: 9,3 cSt KV variation @ 120 hrs% cSt+20% max. or max. of grade tested% KV variation @ 144 hrs% cSt+200% or TAN @ 72 hrs, 96 hrs. and 120 hrsReportInsoluble content. Visual aspect and/or evaluation if deposits present% (Deposits)< stability (170 C) + 100ppm Iron + FAME in GOPSA10 LUBAccording to PSA CPBM_CMPM07_0961 (available at TOTAL ACS)% KV variation @ 48 hrs% cStReport% KV variation @ 72 hrs% cStReport% KV variation @ 96 hrs% cSt-20% or + 20% max. or max. of grade tested% KV variation @ 120 hrs% cStReportPAI or TAN @ 72 hrs, 96 hrs. and 120 hrsReportInsoluble content. Visual aspect and/or evaluation if deposits present% (Deposits)< stability (EHN 1%)Performed by PSA. Accepted by PSADurability and compatibility with E10 FuelPerformed by PSA. Accepted by PSA02/14 - Engine Oils - 151PSA Service Oils - Low SAPs ACEA C3 Specification 2010 B71 2297Engine TestingTest MethodLimitsACEA Engine TestAll ACEA Engine TestsSee ACEA 08ACEA C2 - 2008 levelFollowing reports have to be sent to PSA:CEC-L-088-T-02 (TU5JP-L4)CEC-L-038-94 (TU3M)CEC-L-093-04 (DV4TD)Other reports have to be available on demandSpecific PSA TestsEndurance Test DW10 EnginesMethod PSA or PSA 01523_09_00234 if availableComplete report has to be sent to PSA:- Specific Criteria- Acceptability by PSAIf Read-Across rules are used, a document with oil references (oil reference and batch number used) and its components (oil bases: type and percentage, additive packages: name and percentage) have to be sent with the engine test reports. 02/14 - Engine Oils - 152OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oils Number (1) RequirementsMono / Multigrademultimono/multimono/multimultimultimultiViscosity GradesSAEacc. ACEAacc. ACEAacc. ACEAacc. ACEAacc. ACEAacc. ACEASAE XW-30 and 0W-40PossibleNoYes (7)Yes (7)Yes (7)Yes (7)Yes (7)Read-Across GuidelinesMB Read-Across (2)RANoYe sYe sYe sYe sYe sPackage Pass (2)RAYe sYe sYe sYe sNoNoACEA Oil sequence requiredACEAWhen any ACEA Ax, Bx, Cx or Ex oil sequence is claimed, then all tests within this oil sequence are mandatoryAPI Oil Categories required CJ-4--DDC Oil Specification levelPGOS---(93K218)--RN Oil specification - RN approval letter mandatoryRN Spec------Laboratory TestsSulphated ash (DIN 51575 or ASTM D874) % 1,0 2,0> 1,0 & 2,0 1,0> 1,0 & 2,0 1,0TBN (ISO 3771 or ASTM D2896 fresh oil) mgKOH/g-6,08,07,012,07,0TBN (ASTM D4739 fresh oil) mgKOH/g-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportPour Point (ISO 3016 or ASTM D97) C-27R&R/-27R&R/-27-27-27-27Evaporative loss CEC-L-40-A-93, ASTM D5800, NOACK%131313131312Viscosity @ HTHS (CEC-L-36-90) ,53,53,53,53,53,5Zinc, min (DIN 51391 -2/-3 or ASTM D5185 / 6443)% & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportSulfur (DIN EN ISO 14596 or ASTM D5185 / 2622) % & ReportRate & ReportRate & Report0,4Rate & Report0,3Phosphorus (DIN 51363 -2/-3 / ASTM D5185 / 4951)% & ReportRate & ReportRate & Report0,12Rate & Report 0,08Chlorine (DIN ISO 15597:2006-01 or ASTM D6443)% & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & Report0,0150Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(2) Read-Across only according to MB Read-Across Guidelines for engine tests (based on latest ATC and ATIEL Code of Practice). MB Package Pass only for Mineral Oils (SN, ATIEL Grp. I & II) and for SAE 15W-40, 20W-40, 15W-50, - Engine Oils - 153OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) Oxidation Test - Fresh Oil (Daimler Oxidation Test Procedure) (3)PassPassPassPassKin. Viscosity @ 100 C, EOT 168 hrs, avg. of 3 runsmm2/s--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportOxidation DIN 51453 @ EOT 168 hrs, avg. of 3 runsA/cm--60602525Delta Kin. Viscosity KV100 avg. of 3 runs - absolutemm2/s--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportDelta Kin. Viscosity KV100 avg. of 3 runs - relative%--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportDaimler Oxidation Test with Fuel Dilution 5% B100 (FAME from OM 646 Biodiesel Test) (3)PassPassPassPassKin. Viscosity @ 100 C, EOT 168 hrs, avg. of 3 runsmm2/s--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportOxidation DIN 51453 @ EOT 168 hrs, avg. of 3 runsA/cm--1201209090Delta Kin. Viscosity KV100 avg. of 3 runs - absolutemm2/s--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportDelta Kin. Viscosity KV100 avg. of 3 runs - relative%--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportCEC Low Temperature Pumping Test (CEC-TDG-L 105) (3)PassPassPassPassPassPassMRV @ SAE J300 fresh oil & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportMRV @ SAE J300 fresh oil temperature +5 & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportYield Stress ( 35 = no yield stress)PaRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportDeposit test (MTU, DIN 51535)mg-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportNote:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine - Engine Oils - 154OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) Oil MRV T11/11A ASTM D6896Pass180 hrs sample T-11/T11 A drain Yield StressPa---35--High Temperature Corrosion Bench Test HTCBT (modified ASTM D6594 @ 135 C) (3)--PassPassPassPassCu, ppm increase - w/o & with 10% B100 RME/SME*ppm--R&R / R&R20 / R&RR&R / R&RR&R / R&RPb, ppm increase - w/o & with 10% B100 RME/SME*ppm--100 / R&R120 / R&RR&R / R&RR&R / R&RCopper strip rating - w/o & with 10% B100 RME/SME*ppm--R&R / R&R3 / R&RR&R / R&RR&R / R&R* Reference Fuel B100 (80% RME +20% SME) from OM 646 TDG-L104Shear Stability CEC-L-14-93, ASTM D6278 / 7109Pass @ 30 cyclesPass @ 30 cyclesPass @ 30 cyclesPass @ 90 cyclesPass @ 90 cyclesPass @ 90 after 30 / 90 pass Shearing @ 100 Cmm /sStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-grad eStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-grade Foaming tendencyPassPassPassPassPassPassSequence I (24 C) ASTM D892 w/o option Aml10 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 0Sequence II (94 C) ASTM D892 w/o option Aml50 / 050 / 020 / 020 / 020 / 020 / 0Sequence III (24 C) ASTM D892 w/o option Aml10 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 010 / 0Sequence IV (150 C) ASTM D6082 After 1 min. settle periodmlRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportElastomer Compatibility - (CEC-L-39-96) (4)ACEAACEA E9ACEA E7ACEA E7ACEA E9ACEA E4ACEA E6Related Daimler LiefervorschriftDBL661066106610661066106 610Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine parts.(4) Elastomer compatibility tests according to ACEA 2012 or to DBL 6674 / 6610 / 6615 with materials NBR34, AK6, ACM E7503, VMQ RE3-04 and EAM Limits according to DBL 6610 / - Engine Oils - 155Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine parts.(5) Approval conditions for engine oils for natural gas (CNG) engines: positive field test with MB CNG busses or a pass result in a 500 hrs CNG engine test by MB do Brasil or a Read-Across from MAN M 3271 approval.(6) The worst result (outlier result) will be replaced by the second worst to calculate the average to control Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) Tests (x = number of tests for Package Pass ) (5)OM 646 DE22LA Biodiesel Test (CEC-L-104) (3)PassPassPassPassPassPiston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons)merit-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportEngine sludge & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRing stickingyes/no-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportTBN (ASTM D4739) @ end of testmgKOH/g-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportTAN (ASTM D664) @ end of testmgKOH/g-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportOil consumptiong/test-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportSoot%-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportViscosity increase at 100 C%-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportOM 646 DE22LA (CEC-SG-L-099) (3)-PassPassPassPassPassCam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m-1201001009090Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m-155130130110110Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cylinder), max. m-5,05,05,05,05,0Bore polishing (13 mm) - max. value of 4 ,03,53,53,03,0Piston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons), ,012,012,014,014,0Engine sludge avg, ,68,88,89,19,1Ring stickingyes/no-nononononoTappet wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportBearing wear main / con rod bearing (6), max. m-2,1/2,12,1/2,12,1/2,12,1/2,12,1/2,1Pis ton ring wear axial @ ring 1 (6), max. m-10,410,410,48,78,7Piston ring wear axial @ ring 2 (6), max. m-6,06,06,04,04,002/14 - Engine Oils - 156OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) Tests (x = number of tests for Package Pass ) (5)OM 646 DE22LA Biodiesel Test (CEC-L-104) (3)PassPassPassPassPassPiston ring wear axial @ ring 3 (6), max. m-5,05,05,03,03,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 1 (6), max. m-10,010,010,010,010,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 2 (6), max. m-12,012,012,012,012,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 3 (6), max. m-8,08,08,08,08,0Timing chain wear (elongation), ,40,40,40,40,4Oil consumption, , ,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,04,0 - 7,0Viscosity increase at 100 C, 501 LA Euro 5 (CEC SG-L-101) (3) (7)-PassPassPassPassPassPiston cleanliness avg., ,019,019,028,028,0Ring sticking 2. piston rings, ,01,01,01,01,0Engine sludge avg, ,09,09,09,49,4General engine deposits avg, ,02,02,02,02,0Wear rating (visual) avg, ,02,02,02,02,0Bore polishing avg, ,02,02,01,01,0Cylinder wear avg, ,0080,0080,0080,0080,008Turbocharger deposits, ,02,02,02,02,0TBN (ASTM D4739) @ end of & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportTAN (ASTM D664) @ end of testmgKOH/g-Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportSpecific oil consumption, ,030,030,030,030,0Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine parts.(5) Approval conditions for engine oils for natural gas (CNG) engines: positive field test with MB CNG busses or a pass result in a 500h CNG engine test by MB do Brasil or a Read-Across from MAN M 3271 approval.(6) The worst result (outlier result) will be replaced by the second worst to calculate the average to control outliers.(7) Only for xW-30 or 0W-40: Evaluation of bearing wear in a OM 501 LA engine with new crankshaft and premeasured bearings. Rerating by Daimler at - Engine Oils - 157OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) 501 LA Euro 5 Fuel Economy-Test (Daimler Inhouse Test, based on WHTC, FE-Benefit bs MB RL003, 10W-40) (3) --PassPassPassPassFE-Benefit vs MB RL003 - only required for xW-30)%--Rate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportMack T-12 EGR (8)---Pass--Mack Merit Rating, T-11 (ASTM D7156)---Pass--Minimum TGA % Soot @ cSt increase @ 100 C%---3,5 / 3,4 / 3,3--Minimum TGA % Soot @ cSt increase @ 100 C%---6,0 / 5,9 / 5,9--Minimum TGA % Soot @ cSt increase @ 100 C%---6,7 / 6,6 / 6,6--Cummins ISM EGR (8)---Pass--Cummins Merit Rating, Ring Weight Loss, / 100 / 100--Cummins ISB EGR---Pass--Average Slider Tappet Weight Lossmg---100 / 108 / 112--Average Cam Lobe Wear, m, max. 55 m---55 / 59 / 61--Average Crosshead Weight Loss, max. R&Rmg---Rate & Report--Caterpillar C13 (8)---Pass--CAT Merit Rating, piston ring---none--Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not accepted.(3) Complete Test Report is required. Additional for MB Engine Tests: Rerating at RD/PDI for all related engine parts.(8) Detailed rating for Mack T-12, Cummins ISM and Cat C-13 according to API CJ-4 Merit - Engine Oils - 158OEM Specifications: Mercedes-Benz Sheets For Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oils - Cont dSheet Number (1) 1N (ASTM D6750)---Pass--Weighted Demerits, ,2 / 311,7 / 323,0--Top Groove Fill, / 23 / 25--Top Land Heavy Carbon, / 4 / 5--Oil Consumption (0-252 hrs), kW h---0,5--Piston/ring/liner scuffing---none--Piston ring stick---none--Sequence IIIF (ASTM D6984) ---Pass--EOT Kinematic Viscosity / %Incr. @ 40 C, (MTAC)--Sequence IIIG (alternative to IIIF)---Pass--EOT Kinematic Viscosity / %Incr. @ 40 C, (MTAC)--Roller Follower Wear Test (ASTM D5596)---Pass--Average pin wear, mils, ,30 /0,33 /0,36--or Average pin wear, m, max m---7,6 / 8,4 / 9,1--Engine Oil Aeration Test (ASTM D6894)---Pass--Oil aeration volume %, max. (MTAC)%---8,0--Note:(1) All required data have to be measured, calculated values are not - Engine Oils - 159EvaporationLoss %. Pointmax. Point(COC) min. 10-W15-33205SAE 10W-4013-30215SAE 15W-4013-27215SAE 20W-2013-24210SAE 20W-3013-24210SAE 20W-5013-24215SAE 3010-18220SAE 4010-15225Additional NotesMWM B tests are no longer required or accepted for new oil approvals. Approvals based on MWM B tests invalid after 31 May 1996. Evaporation loss, pour point and flash point Specifications: MAN 270, MAN 271 Base oil blends to meet requirements of MAN N699. Unconventional base oils may require additional - Engine Oils - 160OEM Specifications: MAN 270, MAN 271Requirements MAN 270MAN 271Performance Level: ACEAE2-96E2-96SAE Viscosity Grades (J300) (1)10W, 20W-2020W-30, 30, 4010W-4015W-4020W-50Viscosity after Shear, (2)HTHS, , , % wt. Glycol, % wt. Tendency, ml, max 10/50/1010/50/10Foam Stability, ml, max180/90/180180/90/180NBR-28 Compatibility (100 C/7 days)Change in Hardness (Shore A), Strength, % change, Change, % of %, Change, %0/+100/+10FPM-AK6 Compatibility (150 C/7 days)Change in Hardness (Shore A)-5/+5-5/+5Tensile Strength, % change, Change, % of %, Change, %-2/+5-2/+5Note:(1) Other viscosities need MAN agreement, 10W-40 must contain 25% of unconventional base stocks.(2) 15 min. for SAE - Engine Oils - 161OEM Specifications: MAN M 3275-1 (Multi-Grade Oils)Requirements Method/UnitsMAN M 3275SAE J300 Viscosity Grades 5W-X10W-X15W-XDensity @ 15 C, g/mlDIN 51757To be reportedApparent viscosity, 51377according DIN 51511Viscosity @ 40 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-1To be reportedViscosity @ 100 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-2according DIN 51511HTHS Viscosity, after shear, mm2/sDIN EN ISO 20844xW-30: 9 and xW-40: 12NOACK Evaporation Loss, % massDIN 51581-1 13Flash Point (COC), CDIN EN ISO 2592 215Pour Point, C, maxDIN ISO 3016-40-30-27TBN, mg KOH/gDIN ISO 3771To be reportedTAN mg KOH/gASTM D664To be reportedMetals, Calcium, Magnesium and others % 51399-1To be reportedZinc, % 51399-1 , % wt. DIN 51399-1To be reportedNitrogen (additive)CalculatedTo be reportedSulphated Ash, % 51575 Glycol, % wt. DIN 51375-2 deposits (MTU), mgDIN 51535To be reportedFoaming (without option A) ASTM D892Tendency I,II,III ml 10/50/10Stability I,II,III ml0Seals test NBR 28, AK6Pass02/14 - Engine Oils - 162Note:(1) MAN In-house Reference oil (2) Deposits on intercooler or turbocharger with individual rating of 5 will not be accepted.(3) Test run to be aborted if oil consumption exceeds kg oil during the first 100 Specifications: MAN M 3275-1 (Multi-Grade Oils)Requirements Method/UnitsMAN M 3275SAE J300 Viscosity Grades 5W-X10W-X15W-XEngine TestsOM 501 LA (1)CEC-L-101-08Piston cleanliness rating (visual) polishing engine deposits sludge depositsdemerit wear sticking 2. piston ringsASF oil consumptiong/h 9TBN (ASTM D4739) @ end of testmgKOH/gRate & ReportTAN (ASTM D664) @ end of testmgKOH/gRate & ReportOM 646 LA (2) (3)CEC-L-099-08Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 110Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 140Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cylinder) m polishing (13 mm) - max. value of 4 wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportViscosity increase at 100 C% 100Oil consumptiong/test 702/14 - Engine Oils - 163OEM Specifications: MAN M 3275-2 (Mono-Grade Oils)Requirements Method/UnitsMAN M 3275SAE J300 Viscosity Grades 304050Density @ 15 C, g/mlDIN 51757To be reportedApparent viscosity, 51377according DIN 51511Viscosity @ 40 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-1To be reportedViscosity @ 100 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-2according DIN 51511HTHS Viscosity, after shear, mm2/sDIN EN ISO 20844xW-30: 9 and xW-40: 12NOACK Evaporation Loss, % massDIN 51581-1 10Flash Point (COC), CDIN EN ISO 2592 215Pour Point, C, ISO 3016To be reportedTBN, mg KOH/gDIN ISO 3771To be reportedTAN mg KOH/gASTM D664To be reportedMetals, Calcium, Magnesium and others % 51399-1To be reportedZinc, % 51399-1 , % wt. DIN 51399-1To be reportedNitrogen (additve)CalculatedTo be reportedSulphated Ash, % 51575 Glycol, % wt. DIN 51375-2 deposits (MTU), mgDIN 51535To be reportedFoaming (without option A) ASTM D892Tendency I,II,III ml 10/50/10Stability I,II,III ml0Seals test NBR 28, AK6Pass02/14 - Engine Oils - 164Note:(1) MAN In-house Reference oil. (2) Deposits on intercooler or turbocharger with individual rating of 5 will not be accepted.(3) Test run to be aborted if oil consumption exceeds kg oil during the first 100 Specifications: MAN M 3275-2 (Mono-Grade Oils)Requirements Method/UnitsMAN M 3275SAE J300 Viscosity Grades 5W-X10W-X15W-XEngine TestsOM 501 LA (1)CEC-L-101-08Piston cleanliness rating (visual) polishing engine deposits sludge depositsdemerit wear sticking 2. piston ringsASF oil consumptiong/h 9TBN (ASTM D4739) @ end of testmgKOH/gRate & ReportTAN (ASTM D664) @ end of testmgKOH/gRate & ReportOM 646 LA (2) (3)CEC-L-099-08Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 110Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 140Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cylinder) m polishing (13 mm) - max. value of 4 wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportViscosity increase at 100 C% 100Oil consumptiong/test 702/14 - Engine Oils - 165OEM Specifications: MAN M 3277RequirementsMethod/UnitsMAN M 3277SAE Viscosity Grades (J300)5W-X10W-XDensity @ 15 C, g/mlDIN 51757To be reportedApparent viscosity, 51377According DIN 51511Viscosity @ 40 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-1To be reportedViscosity @ 100 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-2According to DIN 51 511HTHS Viscosity, after shear, mm2/sDIN EN ISO 20844xW-30: 9 and xW-40: 12NOACK Evaporation Loss, % massDIN 51581-1 12Flash Point (COC), CDIN EN ISO 2592 215Pour Point, C, ISO 3016-40-30TBN, mg KOH/gDIN ISO 3771To be reportedTAN mg KOH/gASTM D664To be reportedMetals, Calcium, Magnesium and others % 51399-1To be reportedZinc, % 51399-1To be reportedPhosphorous, % wt. DIN 51399-1To be reportedNitrogen (additive), % be reportedSulphated Ash, % 51575 Glycol, % wt. DIN 51375-2 (without option A) ASTM D892Tendency I,II,III ml 10/50/10Stability I,II,III ml0Turbocharger Deposit (MTU), mgDIN 51535 120Seals test NBR 28, AK6PassEngine tests OM 501 LA (1)CEC-L-101-08Piston cleanliness rating (visual) polishing engine deposits sludge depositsdemerit wear sticking 2. piston ringsASF oil consumptiong/h 9TBN (ASTM D4739) @ end of testmgKOH/gRate & ReportTAN (ASTM D664) @ end of testmgKOH/gRate & ReportOM 646 LA (2)(3)CEC-L-099-08Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 100Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 120Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cylinder) m polishing (13 mm) - max. value of 4 wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportViscosity increase at 100 C% 90Oil consumptiong/test 7Notes:(1) MAN In-house Reference oil.(2) Deposits on intercooler or turbocharger with individual rating of 5 will not be accepted.(3) Test run to be aborted if oil consumption exceeds kg oil during the first 100 - Engine Oils - 166OEM Specifications: MAN M 3277RequirementsMethod/UnitsMAN M 3277SAE Viscosity Grades (J300)5W-X10W-XMAN In-house Test D2876 LF04M 3477 (1) Engine cleanlinessSludgepoints Piston cleanlinesspoints RingsPiston Ring wearRate & ReportRing stickingmerit LinersBore polishingRate & ReportCylinder Wear m ControlsRocker Arm wearRate & ReportTappetsRate & ReportCamshaftRate & ReportWear - Rocker Arm Axis Outlet m - Valve Bridges Inlet m - Valve Bridges Outlet m and Oil PumpBearing and Oil PumpRate & ReportDepositsTotal Engine Deposits (2)rating Oil Analysis (target values)Viscosity Increase at 4% Soot%max. 45Iron Content at 4% Sootmg/kgmax. 180Oil Consumption (target value)Oil Consumption, total, 400 hrskgmax. (3)Notes:(1) MAN In-house Reference oil.(2) Deposits on intercooler or turbocharger with individual rating of 5 will not be accepted.(3) Test run to be aborted if oil consumption exceeds kg oil during the first 100 - Engine Oils - 167OEM Specifications: MAN M 3477RequirementsMAN M 3477SAE J300 Viscosity Grades 0W-X / 5W-X10W-XDensity @ 15 C, g/mlDIN 51757To be reportedApparent viscosity, 51377According DIN 51511Viscosity @ 40 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-1To be reportedViscosity @ 100 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-2According to DIN 51 511HTHS Viscosity, after shear, mm2/sDIN EN ISO 20844xW-30: 9 and xW-40: 12NOACK Evaporation Loss, % massDIN 51581-1 12Flash Point (COC), CDIN EN ISO 2592 215Pour Point, C, ISO 3016-40-30TBN, mg KOH/gDIN ISO 3771To be reportedTAN mg KOH/gASTM D664To be reportedMetals, Calcium, Magnesium and others % 51399-1To be reportedZinc, % 51399-1To be reportedPhosphorous, % wt. DIN 51399-1 , % 51399-1To be reportedNitrogen (additive) CalculatedTo be reportedSulphated Ash, % 51575 Total (only additive) DIN EN ISO 14596 Glycol, % wt. DIN 51375-2To be reportedTurbocharger Deposit (MTU), mgDIN 51535 120Oxidation stability, PDSC, minCEC-L-85-T-99 100Foaming (without option A) ASTM D892Tendency I,II,III ml 10/50/10Stability I,II,III ml0Seals test NBR 28, AK6Pass02/14 - Engine Oils - 168OEM Specifications: MAN M 3477RequirementsMethod/UnitsMAN M 3477SAE Viscosity Grades (J300)5W-X10W-XMAN In-house Test D2876 LF04M 3477 (1) Engine cleanlinessSludgepoints Piston cleanlinesspoints RingsPiston Ring wearRate & ReportRing stickingmerit LinersBore polishingRate & ReportCylinder wear m ControlsRocker Arm wearRate & ReportTappetsRate & ReportCamshaftRate & ReportWear - Rocker Arm Axis Outlet m - Valve Bridges Inlet m - Valve Bridges Outlet m and Oil PumpBearing and Oil PumpRate & ReportDepositsTotal Engine Deposits (2)rating Oil Analysis (target values)Viscosity Increase at 4% Soot%max. 45Iron Content at 4% Sootmg/kgmax. 180Oil Consumption (target value)Oil Consumption, total, 400 hrskgmax. (3)Note:(1) MAN In-house Reference oil. (2) Deposits on intercooler or turbocharger with individual rating of 5 will not be accepted.(3) Test run to be aborted if oil consumption exceeds kg oil during the first 100 - Engine Oils - 169OEM Specifications: MAN M 3575RequirementsMethod/UnitsMAN M 3575SAE J300 Viscosity Grades XW-40XW-30Density @ 15 C, g/mlDIN 51757To be reportedApparent viscosity, 51377According DIN 51511Viscosity @ 40 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-1To be reportedViscosity @ 100 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-2According to DIN 51 511HTHS Viscosity, @ 100 after shear, mm2/sDIN EN ISO 20844 Evaporation Loss, % massDIN 51581-1 13Flash Point (COC), CDIN EN ISO 2592 215Pour Point, C, maxDIN ISO 3016-30-27TBN, mg KOH/gDIN ISO 3771To be reportedTAN mg KOH/gASTM D664To be reportedMetals, Calcium, Magnesium and others % 51399-1To be reportedZinc, % 51399-1To be reportedPhosphorous, % wt. DIN 51399-1 , % 51399-1To be reportedNitrogen (additive) CalculatedTo be reportedSulphated Ash, % 51575 Total (only additive) DIN EN ISO 14596 Glycol, % wt. DIN 51375-2 Deposit (MTU), mgDIN 51535 120Oxidation stability, PDSC, 100Foaming (without option A) ASTM D892Tendency I,II,III ml 10/50/10Stability I,II,III ml0Seals test NBR, FPMPass02/14 - Engine Oils - 170OEM Specifications: MAN M 3575RequirementsMethod/UnitsMAN M 3575SAE J300 Viscosity Grades XW-40XW-30Engine TestsOM 501 LA (1)CEC-L-101-08Piston cleanliness rating (visual) polishing engine deposits sludge depositsdemerit wear sticking 2. piston ringsASF oil consumptiong/h 9TBN (ASTM D4739) @ end of testmgKOH/gRate & ReportTAN (ASTM D664) @ end of testmgKOH/gRate & ReportOM 646 LA (2)(3)CEC-L-099-08Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 110Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) m 130Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cylinder) m polishing (13 mm) - max. value of 4 wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams) mRate & ReportViscosity increase at 100 C% 100Oil consumptiong/test 7Note:(1) MAN In-house Reference oil. (2) Deposits on intercooler or turbocharger with individual rating of 5 will not be accepted.(3) Test run to be aborted if oil consumption exceeds kg oil during the first 100 - Engine Oils - 171API CD/CEViscosities shall be SAE 10W-30 or SAE 15W-40, (SAE 10W-30 approval includes SAE 15W-40 but not vice versa).Minimum of three trucks required equipped with Volvo 12 litre intercooled engine. Field trial shall run for minimum 300,000 km. with 50,000 km. oil and filter changes. Test vehicles should be run on fuel with max. by weight sulphur. Oil samples taken after 15,000, 30,000 and 50,000 km. of the change interval are tested for viscosity at 100 C (ASTM D445). The values must not be less than:9 cSt for SAE 10W-3012 cSt for SAE 15W-40TBN (ASTM D2896) value must not be less than 50% of the fresh oil value. Wear rate must not increase during the test. Oil consumption must not increase during the test. Bore polishing to be 300 cm2 max. for the entire engine (100 cm2 max. for any individual liner).From January 1st 2012, no new VDS approvals will be issued by issued before January 1st 2012 will remain valid as long as the finished oil remains unchanged from the time of original Specifications: Volvo Drain Specifications (VDS)Performance Requirements:Field Trial Requirements:Other:02/14 - Engine Oils - 172VDS-2 is the oil quality intended for Volvo Truck engines meeting the 1996 European (Euro 2) emission test to involve a minimum of three trucks. Test oil shall be minimum ACEA E3 or API CG-4 of viscosity 5W30, 5W40, 10W30, 10W40 or 15W40. Other viscosity grades can be accepted after agreement with Volvo. Trucks used for the test to be equipped with Volvo TD 123 Series, 12 litre intercooled test to be run for minimum of 300,000 km. with 60,000 km. oil drain samples are taken after 15,000, 30,000, 45,000 and 60,000 km. of the drain interval and checked with respect to:Viscosity at 100 C: To be between 9 cSt. and 140% of the fresh oil (ASTM D445) value for XW-30 oils, and between 12 cSt. and 140% of the fresh oil value for XW-40 (ASTM D4739): 50% of the fresh oil value, or 4, whichever is the greater. TAN (ASTM D664): ReportPentane Insolubles: Report Wear Metals: Concentration must not increase during the test. Additive elements: ReportIn addition, oil and fuel consumption are measured during the test, oil consumption must not completion of the field test, the following engine components are inspected: Pistons, Piston rings, Cylinder liners, Tappets, Camshaft, Rocker arms, Valves, Bearings. Cleanliness of covers and oil sump also inspected. Average 2 trucks Average 3 trucks Max liner/piston per engine 30 min. 25 min. - 35 max. 40 max. 40 max. 20 max. 25 max. - 120 max. 140 max. 35 to other viscosity grades, base oils or viscosity modifiers are subject to discussion with January 1st 2012, no new VDS-2 approvals will be issued by issued before January 1st 2012 will remain valid as long as the finished oil remains unchanged from the time of original Specifications: Volvo Drain Specifications - 2 (VDS-2)Test Conditions:Field Test:Inspection and Evaluation:Limits VDS-2: Piston Cleanliness(1st G + 2nd G + 2nd L) Ring Riding (max. %)(avg. %)Bore Polish (Total, cm2)Other:02/14 - Engine Oils - 173VDS-3 is the oil quality intended for Volvo Truck Euro 3 (any version > 400 hp) fitted to FH12 or FM12 trucks. European Long Haul Service only, two trucks minimum. GVW up to 44t: 3 x 100,000 km oil drains with oil samples taken at 0, 25,000, 50,000, 75,000 and 100,000 km. GVW over 44t: 4 x 75,000 km oil drains with oil samples taken at 0, 25,000, 50,000 and 75,000 test to commence before engine reaches 50,000 completion of the field test, engine parts will be inspected for piston cleanliness, bore polish and ring wear. Average 2 trucks Average 3 trucks Max liner/piston per engine 40 min. 35 min. - 25 max. 30 max. 30 max. 12 max. 15 max. - 100 max. 120 max. 30 max. For VDS-3 oils sold in Europe, ACEA E7 or DHD-1 performance to be demonstrated. For VDS-3 oils sold outside Europe, DHD-1 performance to be demonstrated for global markets or API CI-4 for US market. T8E limits as per Mack EO-M+ Mack T12 CI-4 limits + Seq. IIIF limits as per API CI-4 specification. The Volvo D12D engine test can now be run, in place of field trials to qualify an oil against the VDS-2 and VDS-3 specifications. The limits are similar, but VDS-3 requires a merit rating of 1250 in the Mack T12 engine VDS-2 VDS-3 Piston cleanliness points 40 40 Ring riding % Max. 50 Max. 50 Oil Consumption (total and final 100h) g/h Max. 35 Max. 35 Bore Polish (based on OM 501 LA Procedure) cm2 Max. 150 Max. 150 Other needed criteria - ACEA E7 ACEA E7 Merit of 1250 in Mack T12Engine:Field Test:Test Length and Drain Intervals:Limits: Limits VDS-3: Piston Cleanliness(1st G + 2nd G + 2nd L) Ring Riding (max. %)(avg. %)Bore Polish (Total, cm2) Other Requirements:Engine Test Alternative:OEM Specifications: Volvo Drain Specifications - 3 (VDS-3)02/14 - Engine Oils - 174OEM Specifications: Volvo Drain Specifications - 4 (VDS-4)RequirementsLimitsViscosity gradeSAE 15W-30SAE 15W-4097486-1397486-15Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s, (cSt), min. at 40 C, mm2/s, (cSt)ReportReportViscosity at 110 C after shearing (90 cycles), mm2/s (cSt), after shearing by ASTM D7109 (90 cycles), mPas (cP), oil viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s (cSt), , kg/m3ReportReportFlash point COC, CReportReportPour point, CReportReportEvaporative loss (NOACK), %, ash, % w/w, , % w/w, , % w/w, tendency/stabilitySequence I, ml/ml, II, ml/ml, III, ml/ml, , ppm, , ppm, strip, : Grade SAE 10W-30 now allowed for VDS-4 but specifications have not been updated - Engine Oils - 175OEM Specifications: Volvo Drain Specifications - 4 (VDS-4)RequirementsLimitsViscosity gradeSAE 15W-30SAE 15W-40Specifications number97486-1397486-15Seal compatibilityNitrileVolume, %+5/-3+5/-3Hardness, points+7/-5+7/-5Tensile strength, %+10/-TMC 1006+10/-TMC 1006Elongation at break, %+10/-TMC 1006+10/-TMC 1006SiliconeVolume, %+TMC 1006/-3+TMC 1006/-3Hardness, points+5/-TMC 1006+5/-TMC 1006Tensile strength, %+10/-45+10/-45Elongation at break, %+20/-30+20/-30PolyacrylateVolume, %+5/-3+5/-3Hardness, Points+8/-5+8/-5Tensile strength, %+18/-15+18/-15Elongation at break, %+10/-35+10/-35FKMVolume, %+5/-2+5/-2Hardness, Points+7/-5+7/-5Tensile strength, %+10/-TMC 1006+10/-TMC 1006Elongation at break, %+10/-TMC 1006+10/-TMC 1006Vamac GVolume, %+TMC 1006/-3+TMC 1006/-3Hardness, Points+5/-TMC 1006+5/-TMC 1006Tensile strength, %+10/-TMC 1006+10/-TMC 1006Elongation at break, %+10/-TMC 1006+10/-TMC 1006Note: Grade SAE 10W-30 now allowed for VDS-4 but specifications have not been updated - Engine Oils - 176OEM Specifications: Volvo Drain Specifications - 4 (VDS-4)RequirementsLimitsViscosity gradeSAE 15W-30SAE 15W-40Specifications number97486-1397486-15Cummins ISMMerit, rating, min10001000Cross head % wt. loss at soot, mg, at 150 hrs, kPa, max1919Avg. engine sludge, merit, VAS % wt. loss at soot, mg, ISBAvg. Slider Tappet % wt. loss, mg, max100 / 108 / 112100 / 108 / 112Avg. Cam Lobe Wear, m, / 53 / 5550 / 53 / 55Avg. Crosshead % wt. loss, mg, & ReportRate & ReportMack T11 (D7516)TGA soot at 4 cSt increase @ 100 C %, / / / / soot at 12 cSt increase @ 100 C %, / / / / soot at 15 cSt increase @ 100 C %, / / / / T11A used MRV TP-1180 hr drain MRV, mPas, ,00018,000MRV yield stress, Pa, T12Mack Merit rating, liner wear, m, ring weight. loss, mg, 0-300 hrs, ppm, Lead 250-300 hrs, ppm, consumption, g/h, C13Merit rating, min10001000Delta Oil consumption, g/h, Top Land Carbon, demerit, Top Groove Carbon, demerit, Ring Top Face Carbon, demerit, IIIGEOT KV increase (adjusted), %, Increase Parameters 100 hr (unadjusted) [B], %, 80 hr [C], %ReportReport 60 hr [D], %ReportReportEOT Ratio [(B-C)/(C-D)], : Grade SAE 10W-30 now allowed for VDS-4 but specifications have not been updated - Engine Oils - 177OEM Specifications: Volvo Drain Specifications - 4 (VDS-4)RequirementsLimitsViscosity gradeSAE 15W-30SAE 15W-40Specifications number97486-1397486-15Roller Follower Wear Test (D5596)Avg. pin wear, m, / / / / Oil Aeration TestAeration, % volume, DepositsBoost pressure loss and/or, %, be determinedto be determinedDeposit weight, mg, be determinedto be determinedD12D460Piston deposits, merit, riding, %, polish, cm2, max150150Oil consumption (400 h), g/h, consumption (final 100 h), g/h, economy, D12D460, g/kW-h ref oil-Note: Grade SAE 10W-30 now allowed for VDS-4 but specifications have not been updated - Engine Oils - 178OEM Category: MTU MTL 5044 Laboratory TestsMethodMonogradeMultigrade1 to gradeSAE J300SAE 30SAE 405W-30 10W-305W-40 10W-40 15W-4010W40AppearanceVisual Clear & free from insoluble material Kinematic viscosity@ 100 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-1 or ASTM viscosity@ 40 C, mm2/sDIN 51562-1 or ASTM D445To be submittedDynamic Viscosity, 51377 or SAE J300To be submittedHigh Temperature High Shear at 150 C, 106s-1CEC-L-36-A-90-- Index, VIISO 2909 or ASTM D1298To be submittedSpecific gravity at 15 C, g/mlDIN 51757 or ASTM D1298To be submittedShear Stability, Viscosity on shearing at 100 C, mm2/sCEC-L-14-A-88, ASTM D6278, ASTM D7109, DIN 51382 30 cycles-Oil category 1 and 2 Stay-in-gradeASTM D6278, ASTM D7109, 90 cyclesOil category , 3, Stay-in-gradePour point, CISO 3016 or ASTM D97To be submittedFlash Point COC, CISO 2592 or ASTM D92 225PM, CISO 2719To be submittedDistillation Loss at 250 C, NOACK Method CEC-L-40-A-93 or DIN 51581 10 12 13Sulfated Ash, % wt. DIN 51575 or ASTM to to Oil category , mg KOH/gISO 3771 or ASTM D2896 Category 1 and 2 Oil category Oil category 3 , mg KOH/gASTM D664To be submittedChlorine, ppmDIN ISO 15597Less than 150Magnesium, % 51391-3To be submittedPhosphorous, % 51363-2 DIN 51363-3To be submittedTo be submitted Oil category , % 51400-1 DIN EN ISO 14596To be submittedTo be submitted Oil category - Engine Oils - 179OEM Category: MTU MTL 5044 Laboratory TestsMethodMonogradeMultigrade1 to , % 51391-3To be submittedZinc, % 51391-3 , % D3228 ASTM D5762To be submittedBoron, % 51443-2To be submittedMolybdenum, % 51379-2 DIN 51396-1To be submittedFurther additive elements, >0,01 % be submittedElastomer compatibility- Standard strip S 2 to Din 53504 -Test material SRE-NBR 28 to DIN 53538-3Volume Change, %DIN 53521 (168 +/- 2)h at (100 +/- 1) C. Test agent volume : 80 * test body volume sealed container0 to +10Shore A hardness change0 to -10Tensile strength change, %max. -20Elongation Rupture Change %max. -35- Standard strip S 2 to Din 53504 -Test material FKM-AK6 (Note1)Volume Change, %DIN 53521 (168 +/- 2)h at (150 +/- 2) C. Test agent volume : 80 * test body volume sealed container0 to +5Shore A hardness change-5 to +5Tensile strength change, %max. -50Elongation Rupture Change %max. -55Mechanical test in the FZG gear rigTest load stageDIN 51354-2 or CEC-L-07-A-95min. 11Foaming test at 150 C, ml ASTM D6082max. 250-50Deposits only for multigrade oils, mgDIN 51535--*max. 120Note:* Test limit should be the average of two tests, run in two different - Engine Oils - 180OEM Specifications: MTU MTL 5044 Engine TestsOil Category12 / / 364 LA (1)Bore polishing, %max. 3,5Piston cleanliness, meritmin. 40Cylinder wear, mmax. 3,5Engine sludge, meritmin. 9,4Oil consumption, kg/testmax. 16OM 441 LA (1)Bore polishing, %max. 3,0max. 2,0max. 2,0Piston Cleanliness, meritmin. 20min. 25min. 40Cylinder wear, mmax. 8,0max. 8,0max. 8,0Engine Sludge, meritmin. 9,0min. 9,0min. 9,0Oil consumption, kg/testmax. 100g/hmax. 100g/hmax. 100g/hViscosity increase at 40 C, %--To be submittedWear rating, meritmax. 2,5max. 2,5max. 2,5General engine deposit, meritmax. 3,0max. 3,0max. 3,0Oil drain interval, 501 LA (2)Piston cleanliness avg. meritmin. 14,0min. 17,0min. 26,0Ring sticking 2. piston rings, ASFmax. 1,0max. 1,0max. 1,0Engine sludge avg., meritmin. 9,0min. 9,0min. 9,4General engine deposits avg., demeritmax. 3,0max 2,0max 2,0Wear rating (visual) avg., demeritmax. 3,0max. 3,0max. 2,0Bore polishing avg., %max. 3,0max. 2,0max. 1,0Cylinder wear avg., mmmax. 0,008max. 0,008max. 0,008Turbocharger deposits, demeritmax. 3,0max. 2,0max. 2,0TBN (ASTM D4739) @ end of test, mg KOH/gRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportTAN (ASTM D664) @ end of test, mg KOH/gRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportSpecific oil consumption, g/hrmax 50,0max 30,0max 30,0OM 611 (300 hrs.)Bore polishing, %max. 4,0max. 3,5max. 3,0Piston cleanliness, meritmin. 23min. 25min. 27Cylinder wear (avg), mmax. 7,0max. 7,0max. 5,2Cam wear, mmax. 140 (3) max. 155 (4)max. 140 3) max. 155 (4)max. 120 (3) max. 140 (4)Engine sludge avg., meritmin. 8,0min. 8,5min. 9,0Oil consumption, kg/testmax. 6max. 6max. 6Viscosity increase at 40 C, %max. 100max. 100max. 90Note: (1) OM 441 LA test as alternative to the OM 364 LA.(2) OM 501 LA test as alternative to the OM 441 LA.(3) Inlet valve.(4) Outlet - Engine Oils - 181OEM Specifications: MTU MTL 5044 Engine TestsOil Category12 / / 646 DE22LA (CEC-SG-L-099) (5)Cam wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams), mmax. 120max. 110max. 100Cam wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams), mmax. 155max. 140max. 120Cylinder wear (avg. 4 cylinder), mmax. 5max. 5max. 5Bore polishing (13 mm) - max. value of 4 cyl., %max. 4,0max. 3,5max. 3,0Piston cleanliness (avg. 4 pistons), meritmin. 10,0min. 12,0min. 14,0Engine sludge avg., meritmin. 8,5min. 8,7min. 9,0Ring sticking, yes/nonononoTappet wear inlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams), mRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportTappet wear outlet (avg. max. wear 8 cams), mRate & ReportRate & ReportRate & ReportBearing wear main / con rod bearing, mmax. 2,1 / 2,1max. 2,1 / 2,1max. 2,1 / 2,1Piston ring wear axial @ ring 1*, mmax. 10,4max. 10,4max. 8,7Piston ring wear axial @ ring 2*, mmax. 6,0max. 6,0max. 4,0Piston ring wear axial @ ring 3*, mmax. 5,0max. 5,0max. 3,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 1*, mmax. 10,0max. 10,0max. 10,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 2*, mmax. 12,0max. 12,0max. 12,0Piston ring wear radial @ ring 3*, mmax. 8,0max. 8,0max. 8,0Timing chain wear (elongation), %max. 0,4max. 0,4max. 0,4Oil consumption, g/testmax. 7000max. 7000max. 7000Soot, %max. 4,0-7,0max. 4,0-7,0max. 4,0-7,0Viscosity increase at 100 C, %max. 100max. 100max. 90Note: (5) OM 646 DE 22 LA test as alternative to the OM 611.* The worst result (outlier result) will be replaced by the second worst to calculate the average to control - Engine Oils - 182Quality level must pass one or more of the following specifications ACEA E4, E6, E7, E9, API CJ-4 Minimum 3 vehicles with candidate oil to complete the test. Approvals issued based on field testing with Euro III, IV and Euro V engine typesDT12 12, 420 HP and DT12 17, 480 HP both Euro IV engine types DC13 10, 440 HP Euro V engine type Scania recommends that engine mileage is not more than 60,000 km before start of test and that the existing oil is analysed to screen for proper operation before switching to the candidate oil. 2 x 120,000 kms (Total 240,000kms) or 3 x 90,000 kms (Total 270,000 kms) depending on vehicle operation (medium or severe). Alternatively for Low Ash Oil, 4 x 60,000 kms in severe operation is permitted. In this case, no approvals for LDF, LDF-2 or LDF-3 will be given. 120,000 5,000 kms, 90,000 5,000 kms or 60,000 2,000 kms Samples have to be taken at least at 0, , , , and 120,000 kms for each drain intervals. For 4 x kms samples have to be taken at 0, 10,000, 30,000, 45,000 and 60,000 kmsOEM Specifications: Scania LDF 1&2 (DM 2004_181 2008-10-07, Issue 6)Oil Specifications:Number of vehicles:Test Engine Type:Test Distance:Test Drain Periods:Oil samples:Component/SystemScania SpecificationEURO IIIEURO IVEURO VMinimum Piston Rating averagePiston LDF-3383844LDF-2353538LDF323235Scania Low Ash 32* 32* 35*EOT TBN mg KOH/g ASTM D Low Ash-**-**-**Component/SystemParameterMet hodCriteriaRemarksValvesValve head depositCRC Manual No 20, p115Average on compressor backplateScania Turbocharger deposit gauge, see appendix 5 mm thickness-DiffuserScania Turbocharger deposit gauge, see appendix 5 mm thickness-Full required parameters and comments are mentioned in the Scania Specifications DM 2004_181, 2008-10-07, Issue 602/14 - Engine Oils - 183OEM Specifications: CaterpillarBench TestsCat ECF-1aCat ECF-2Cat ECF-3API CH-4 OnlyAPI CI-4, CI-4 +CJ-4 AcceptableCJ-4SAE GradeSAE J300, latest active issueSulfated Ash, % wt. ; 2x1P s if > , % max (ASTM D5800)18 (15W-40); 20 (10W-30)1513HTHS Viscosity, , , % wt. , % wt. T-11A 180 hrs. Used Oil MRV, , if CJ-425,000Mack T-11A 180 hrs. Used Oil Yield Stress, T-10A 75 hrs. Used Oil MRV, , ,000-Mack T-10A 75 hrs. Used Oil Yield Stress, (D6594)Cu, ppm increase , ppm increase , ppm increase , Strip Rating, Stability (ASTM D7109)by ASTM D6278ASTM D6278or D7109100 C viscosity after 90 cycles, (xw30) (xw40)Foaming tendency / stabilitySequence I (w/o Option A), ml, / 010 / 010 / 0Sequence II (w/o Option A), ml, / 020 / 020 / 0Sequence III (w/o Option A), ml, / 010 / 010 / 0Elastomer CompatibilityAPI CJ-4 (D7216) Seal Compatibility-Use if CJ-4PassAPI CJ-4 Seal Compatibility-Pass-02/14 - Engine Oils - 184OEM Specifications: CaterpillarEngine TestsCat ECF-1aCat ECF-2Cat ECF-3API CH-4 OnlyAPI CI-4, CI-4 +CJ-4 AcceptableCJ-4Mack T-12 EGR (1)-Use if CJ-4Mack Merit Rating, liner wear, um / / Ring % wt. Loss, mg. / 132 / 137--Delta Pb, 250 - 300 hrs, ppm / 75 / 79--Mack T-11 (D7156) (1)Use if CJ-4 or CI-4+Min. TGA % Soot @ 4 cSt Increase, @ 100 C, / / TGA % Soot @ 12 cSt Increase, @ 100 C, / / TGA % Soot @ 15 cSt Increase, @ 100 C, / / T-10 EGR (1)Merit Rating, Liner Wear, micron, / 34 / 35--Avg. TRWL, mg, max. 150 / 159 / 163--EOT Used Oil/New Oil Pb Content, ppm Increased 250 - 300 hrs, ppm, / 56 / 59--Avg. Oil Consumption, g/h, T-9 (ASTM D6483)Avg. liner wear, microns, / / Top Ring Weight Loss, mg, / 136 / 144--Pb Increase, ppm, / 32 / 36--Mack T-8E (D5967-96 EXT) Relative Viscosity @ Soot, cSt, / / / / Increase @ Soot, cSt, / / : (1) For Cat ECF-1-a run either Mack T9, Mack T10, or Mack 12. For Cat ECF-2 run either Mack T11 or Mack - Engine Oils - 185OEM Specifications: CaterpillarEngine TestsCat ECF-1aCat ECF-2Cat ECF-3API CH-4 OnlyAPI CI-4, CI-4 +CJ-4 AcceptableCJ-4Cummins ISM EGRUse if CJ-4Cummins Merit Rating, Ring % wt. Loss, mg Wear. Loss, mg / / @ 150 hrs, kPa / 67 / 74-Avg. Engine Sludge, merit / / M-11 (D6838) Crosshead % wt. Loss, mg, / / , kPa, / 93 / 100--Sludge rating, merits, / / M-11 EGR (2)Avg Crosshead % wt. Loss, mg, / / Top Ring % wt. Loss, mg, at 250 hr, kPa, / 320 / 341-Avg Engine Sludge rating, merits at EOT, / / ISBAvg. Slider Tappet % wt. Loss, mg, / 108 / 112Avg. Cam Lobe Wear, um. / 59 / 112Avg. Crosshead % wt. Loss, mg C13Caterpillar Merit Rating, stuck piston ring-NoneNoneCaterpillar 1R (3)Weighted Total Demerits, / 396 / 402-Top Grove Carbon, Demerits, / 57 / 59-Top Land Carbon, Demerits, / 35 / 36-Initial Oil Consumption, g/hr, / / Oil Consumption, g/hr, + ring & liner scuffing, ring sticking-None-Caterpillar 1P (D6681)-Weighted Total Demerits, / 378 / 390--Top Groove Carbon, %, / 39 / 41--Top Land Carbon, %, / 46 / 49--Avg. Oil Consumption, g/hr, / / Oil Consumption, g/hr, / / ring and liner scuffing None--Note: (2) For ECF-2 run Cummins ISM or M11 EGR.(3) For ECF-2, run Caterpillar 1R or - Engine Oils - 186OEM Specifications: CaterpillarCat ECF-1aCat ECF-2Cat ECF-3API CH-4 OnlyAPI CI-4, CI-4 +CJ-4 AcceptableCJ-4Caterpillar 1N (5) Weighted Demerits, / / / / Grove Fill, % / 23 / 2520 / 23 / 25Top Land Heavy Carbon, % / 4 / 53 / 4 / 5Oil Consumption, g/Kw-h max.) / / / / scuffing-NoneNonePiston ring sticking-NoneNoneCaterpillar 1K (5)Weighted total demerits, / 347 / 353332 / 347 / 353-Top Groove Fill, %, / 27 / 2924 / 27 / 29-Top Land Heavy Carbon, % / 5 / 54 / 5 / 5-Avg Oil Consumption, g/bhp-hr, / / / / ring and linerNoneNone-Sequence IIIF (ASTM D6984)EOT KV % Increase @ 40 C, (MTAC)275 (MTAC)Viscosity Increase @ 60 hrs, % (MTAC)--Sequence IIIG (D7320)(4)EOT KV % Increased @ 40 C, (MTAC)150 (MTAC)150 (MTAC)RFWT (D5596)Avg. pin wear, mils / / / / (D6894)Oil aeration volume, % (MTAC) (MTAC) (MTAC)Note: (4) For Cat ECF-1-a, ECF-2 & ECF-3 run Sequence IIIF or Sequence IIIG.(5) For Cat ECF-2 run Cat IN or Cat - Engine Oils - 187OEM Specifications: CumminsBench TestsCummins 20078Cummins 20081CI-4 / CI-4 +CJ-4SAE GradeSAE J300, latest active issueSAE J300, latest active issueSulfated Ash, (D874) % wt. max. / / , mg KOH/g, m10ReportNOACK, (D5800) %, :xW40, 15:xW30HTHS Viscosity, (D4683) , , % wt. , % wt. Index (D5133), Volume, % T-11A 180 hrs. Used Oil MRV, , ,000Mack T-11A 180 hrs. Used Oil Yield Stress, T-10A 75 hrs. Used Oil MRV, , ,000-Mack T-10A 75 hrs. Used Oil Yield Stress, (D6594) Cu, ppm increase, Pb, ppm increase, Sn, ppm increase, Cu strip rating, Stability (D7109)by ASTM D6278 100 C viscosity after 90 cycles, cStStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeFoaming (ASTM D892) Sequence I (w/o Option A)10 / 010 / 0 Sequence II (w/o Option A)20 / 020 / 0 Sequence III (w/o Option A)10 / 010 / 0Elastomer Compatibility API CJ-4 (D7216) Seal Compatibility-Pass API CI-4 Seal CompatibilityPass-Engine TestsMack T-12 EGR (1) Mack Merit rating, Avg Liner Wear, um, Avg Top Ring % wt. Loss, mg, Delta Pb, 0 - 300 hrs, ppm, Delta Pb, 250 - 300 hrs, ppm, Oil Consumption, g/hr, : (1) For Cummins 20078, run Mack T12 or - Engine Oils - 188OEM Specifications: CumminsBench TestsCummins 20078Cummins 20081CI-4 / CI-4 +CJ-4Mack T-11 (ASTM D7156) TGA % Soot @ 4 cSt Increase, at 100 C, TGA % Soot @ 12 cSt Increase, at 100 C, TGA % Soot @ 15 cSt Increase, at 100 C, T-10 EGR (1) Merit Rating, Avg. Liner Wear, m, Avg. TRWL, mg, EOT Used Oil/New Oil Pb Content, ppm Pb Increase 250 - 300 hrs, ppm, oil consumption, g/h, T-8E (D5967-96 EXT) Relative Viscosity @ Soot, cSt, max- Viscosity increase @ Soot, cSt, ISM Cummins Merit Rating, Crosshead % wt. Loss, mg OFDP @ 150 hrs, kPa Avg. Engine Sludge, merit Avg. Adj. Screw % wt. Loss, mg M-11 EGR Avg. crosshead % wt. Loss, mg, Top Ring % wt. Loss, mg OFDP @ 150 hrs, kPa EOT Sludge Rating, merits, M354-2000 Cam Lobe Wear, m, ISB EGR Avg. Slider Tappet % wt. Loss, mg / 108 / 112 Avg. Cam Lobe Wear, mm, / 53 / 55 Avg. Crosshead % wt. Loss, mg C13 Caterpillar Merit Rating, Hot stuck piston ring -Report Delta Oil Consumption, g/hr Avg. Top Land Carbon, Demerit Avg. Top Groove Carbon, Demerit 2nd Ring Top Carbon, Demerit : (1) For Cummins 20078, run Mack T12 or - Engine Oils - 189OEM Specifications: CumminsEngine TestsCummins 20078Cummins 20081CI-4 / CI-4 +CJ-4Caterpillar 1R Weighted Demerits, Top Groove Carbon, Demerits, Top Land Carbon, Demerits, Initial Oil Consumption, g/h, max. Final Oil Consumption, g/h, + Piston ring and liner scuffing, ring stickingNone-Caterpillar 1N % wt. Demerits, Top Groove Fill, % Top Land Heavy Carbon, % max. 33 Oil Consumption, g/kW-h Piston/ring/liner scuffingNoneNone Piston ring stickingNoneNoneCaterpillar 1K Weighted Total Demerits, Top Groove Fill, %, Top Land Heavy Carbon, % Avg Oil Consumption, g/bhp-hr, Piston ring and liner scuffingNone-Sequence IIIF (2) (ASTM D6984) EOT KV % Increase @ 40 C, Cam + Tappet Wear, m, Oil Consumption, Litres, IIIG (2) EOT KV % Increase @ 40 C, (D5596) Avg. pin wear, mils (D6894) Oil aeration volume, % : (2) For Cummins 20081, run sequence IIIF or sequence - Engine Oils - 190OEM Specifications: DDCBench TestsDDC 93K214DDC 93K215DDC 93K218SAE GradeSAE J300, latest active issueSAE J300, latest active issueSulfated Ash, % wt. Point, C , (D5800) % Viscosity, , % wt. , % wt. T-11A 180 hr Used Oil MRV, , ,000Mack T-11A 180 hr Used Oil Yield Stress, T-10A 75 hr Used Oil MRV, , ,000--Mack T-10A 75 hr Used Oil Yield Stress, (ASTM D6594)Cu, ppm increase , ppm increase , ppm increase , strip rating, Stability (ASTM D7109) 100 C Viscosity after 90 cycles, cStStay-in-gradeStay-in-gradeStay-in-gra de HTHS after 90 cycle shear stability, (ASTM D892) Sequence I (w/o Option A)10 / 010 / 010 / 0 Sequence II (w/o Option A)20 / 020 / 020 / 0 Sequence III (w/o Option A)10 / 010 / 010 / 0Elastomer CompatibilityRelated DBL Elastomer CompatibilityPass CI-4 Test--CEC-L-39-T-96-Pass-API CJ-4 (D7216) Seal CompatibilityReport-PassAPI CI-4 Seal CompatibilityCompression SetPass-Engine TestsOM 441 LA Euro 2 (CEC-L-52-T-97) Avg Piston Cleanliness, merit Bore polishing, % Specific Oil Consumption, kg/test Boost pressure loss at 400 hrs, % - Engine Oils - 191OEM Specifications: DDCEngine TestsDDC 93K214DDC 93K215DDC 93K218OM 501 LA Euro 5--PassPiston cleanliness avg., min., sticking 2. piston rings, max., sludge avg., min., engine deposits avg., max., rating (visual) avg., max., polishing avg., % wear avg., mm ,008Turbocharger deposits, max., demerit2,0TBN (ASTM D4739) @ end of test, mgKOH/gRate & ReportTAN (ASTM D664) @ end of test, mgKOH/gRate & ReportSpecific oil consumption, max., g/hr30,0Mack T-12 EGR(1) Mack Merit Rating, T-11 (ASTM D7156) TGA % Soot @ 4 cSt Increase, at 100 C, TGA % Soot @ 12 cSt Increase, at 100 C, TGA % Soot @ 15 cSt Increase, at 100 C, T-10 EGR(1) Merit Rating, Avg. Liner Wear, m, Avg. Top Ring % wt. loss, mg, EOT Used Oil/New Oil Pb Content, ppm, Pb Increase 250 - 300 hrs, ppm, Avg. Oil Consumption, g/hr, T-8E (D5967-96 EXT) Relative Viscosity @ Soot, cSt, Viscosity Increase @ Soot, cSt, ISM Cummins Merit Rating, Crosshead % wt. loss, mg, M-11 Crosshead % wt. loss, mg, OFDP, kPa, Sludge rating, merits, : (1) For DDC 93K214 & 93K215, run either Mack T12 or T10.(2) TBD = Limit to be = Not = To Be - Engine Oils - 192OEM Specifications: DDCBench TestsDDC 93K214DDC 93K215DDC 93K218Cummins M-11 EGR Crosshead % wt. Loss, mg, Top Ring % wt. Loss, mg, OFDP @ 250 hrs, kPa, Avg. Engine Sludge Rating, merits, M354-2000 Avg. Cam Lobe Wear, m-95-Cummins ISB Avg. Slider Tappet % wt. Loss, mg, Avg. Cam Lobe Wear, m, Avg. Crosshead % wt. Loss, mg, - Engine Oils - 193OEM Specifications: DDCBench TestsDDC 93K214DDC 93K215DDC 93K218Caterpillar C13 Caterpillar Merit Rating, Hot stuck piston ring --NoneCaterpillar 1R Weighted Demerits, max. 382-- Top Groove Carbon, Demerits, Top Land Carbon, Demerits, Initial Oil Consumption, g/h, Final Oil Consumption, g/h, + Piston ring and liner scuffing, ring stickingNone--Caterpillar 1P (D6681) Weighted Demerits, Top Groove Carbon, %, Top Land Carbon, %, Avg. Oil Consumption, g/hr, Final Oil Consumption, g/hr, Piston ring and liner scuffing-None-Caterpillar 1N (D6750) Weighted Demerits, max. Top Groove Fill, %, Top Land Heavy Carbon, %, 345 Oil Consumption, g/kW-hr, Piston/ring/liner scuffingNone-None Piston ring stickingNone-NoneCaterpillar 1K Weighted Demerits, Top Groove Fill, %, Top Land Heavy Carbon, %, Avg. Oil Consumption, g/kW-hr, Piston ring and liner scuffing NoneNone-Sequence IIIF(2) (ASTM D6984) EOT KV % Increase @ 40 C, Viscosity Increase @ 60 hrs, %, Oil Consumption, litres, IIIG (2) EOT KV % Increase @ 40 C, (D5596) Avg. pin wear, mils, (D6894) Oil aeration volume, %, : (2) For DDC 93K218, run either Sequence IIIF or - Engine Oils - 194OEM Specifications: MackBench TestsMack EO-N PP 03Mack EO-O/VDS-4SAE GradexW-4015W-40Sulfated ash, % wt. (D4739) , %, Viscosity @ 100 C, cSt, Oil Viscosity, , % wt. , % wt. CEC Turbo Deposit (1)Mack T-11A 180 hrs. Used Oil MRV, ,00018,000Mack T-11A 180 hrs. Used Oil Yield Stress, (D6594) Cu, ppm increase, Pb, ppm increase, Sn, ppm increase, Cu Strip Rating, Stability (ASTM D7109) 100 C viscosity after 90 cycles, cStStay-in-gradeStay-in-grade HTHS after 90 cycle shear stability, min. Tendency Stability Sequence I (w/o Option A), ml, Sequence II (w/o option A), ml, Sequence III (w/o Option A), ml, Compatibility- Related DBL Elastomer Compatibility-Pass Vamac API CJ-4 (D7216) Seal CompatibilityPass- Vamac API CI-4 Seal CompatibilityPass- HFRR Boundary TraceRequired-Engine TestsMack T-12 EGR Mack Merit Rating, Cylinder liner wear, um, Top Ring % wt. loss, mg, Delta Pb, 0-300 hrs, ppm, Delta Pb, 250-300 hrs, ppm, Oil Consumption, g/hr, T-11 (D7156) TGA Soot @ 4 cSt Increase, at 100 C, %, TGA Soot @ 12 cSt Increase, at 100 C, %, TGA Soot @ cSt Increase, at 100 C, %, : (1) Limit to be SAE 10W-30 now allowed for MACK EO-O / VDS-4 but specifications for it have not been updated - Engine Oils - 195OEM Specifications: MackEngine TestsMack EO-N PP 03Mack EO-O/VDS-4Mack T-10 EGR Merit Rating, Avg. Liner wear, mm, Avg. Top Ring Weight Loss, mg, EOT Used Oil/New Oil Pb Content, ppm, Pb Increase 200-300 hrs, ppm, max. 10- Pb Increase 250-300 hrs, ppm, max. 5- Avg. Oil Consumption, g/h, EOT Oxidation - FTIR. ISM Cummins Merit Rating, Top Ring % wt. loss, mg, Crosshead % wt. loss, @ soot mg, OFDP @ 150 hrs, kPa, Avg Engine Sludge, merit, Avg. Adj. Screw % wt. Loss, mg, M-11 EGR Crosshead % wt. loss, mg, Top Ring % wt. loss, mg, OFDP at 250 hrs, kPa, max. 275- Sludge rating, merits, ISB EGR Avg. Slider Tappet % wt. loss, mg, Avg. Cam Lobe Wear, um, Avg. Crosshead % wt. loss, mg, C13 Caterpillar Merit rating, Hot stuck piston ring-None Delta Oil Consumption, g/hr, Avg. Top. Land Carbon, Demerit, max. -35 Avg. Top. Groove Carbon, Demerit, max. -53 2nd Ring Top Carbon, Demerit, 1R Weighted Demerits, Top Groove carbon, Demerits, Top Land Carbon, Demerits, Initial Oil Consumption, g/hr, Final Oil Consumption, g/hr, + Piston ring and liner scuffing, ring stickingNone-Sequence IIIF (ASTM D6984) EOT KV % Increase @ 40 C, 70 - 80 hr Viscosity Increase, %25-Note:Grade SAE 10W-30 now allowed for MACK EO-O / VDS-4 but specifications for it have not been updated - Engine Oils - 196OEM Specifications: MackEngine TestsMack EO-N PP 03Mack EO-O/VDS-4Sequence IIIGEOT KV % Increase @ 40 C, 40 C Increase parameters100 hrs. unadjusted (B), %-Report80 hrs. unadjusted (C), %-Report60 hrs. unadjusted (D), %-ReportEOT ratio [(B-C)/(C-D)] (D5596) Avg. pin wear, mils, (D6894) Oil aeration volume, %, D12D460 Piston Deposits, merit, Ring Riding, %, Bore Polish. cm2, Oil Consumption (400 hrs.), g/hrs, Oil Consumption (final 100 hrs.), g/hrs, ApprovalRequired-Note:Grade SAE 10W-30 now allowed for MACK EO-O / VDS-4 but specifications for it have not been updated - Engine Oils - 197European OEM Seal Test Requirements For Automotive Engine OilsTest ConditionsTest LimitsOEMSpecificationsTest MethodElastomerTemp( C)Time(Hrs.)Change in Hardness(Shore A)Tensile Strength at Break (N/mm2)Change in Tensile Strength at yield (%) Elongation at break (%)Change in elongation at break (%)Volume Change (%)Weight Change (%)CrackingMercedes , , , , , , , , , 34100168-8+2--20 +10--AK6150168-5/+5--50 +5--ACM E7503150168-2/+6--30 +10--EAM D8948-200150168-5/+10--35 + 3344AK61503 X 94-8 3344AK61503 X 94-8 CracksACM150168-5/+6--30 +4-VAMAC150168-8/+8--30 + 3344AK6150168-7 CracksACM150500-4/+10--40 +6-VAMAC150500-4/+10--40 +10-MAN270, 271M3275M3277DIN 53521NBR 28100168-10 +10--AK6150168-5/+5--30 +5--Specification HandbookDrivelineDriveline02/14 - Driveline - 1Contents DrivelineAutomotive Gear:API Lubricant Service Designation for: Automotive Manual Transmissions & Axles ........................................ .....................2API Lubricant Service Designation ........................................ ...................................3 SAE J306 Automotive Gear Viscosity Classifications ........................................ ......4DEF STAN 91-59/2 Lubricating Oil, Extreme GO-H Requirements ........................................ ........................................ .....6MACK GO-J and GO-J Plus Requirements ........................................ .....................7MACK TO-A Plus Requirements ........................................ ......................................8M AN and Specifications ........................................ ..............................9MAN 342 Specifications ........................................ ........................................ ........13MAN 3343 Specifications ........................................ ........................................ ......14Performance Requirements For MIL-L-2105D (GL-5) Lubricants .........................15Performance Requirements For SAE J2360 (formerly MIL-PRF-2105E) ........................................ ........................................ .....16MT-1 Category Tests and Acceptance STO 1:0 ........................................ ........................................ .....................18Volvo Transmission Oil Specifications and ................................19ZF Specifications: Master List ........................................ .......................................2 1Automatic Transmission Fluids:Ford MERCON V Specifications ........................................ ..................................26Gene ral Motors Allison C-4 Specifications ........................................ ...................27Allison TES-439 Specifications ........................................ .....................................29A llison TES 389 (Rev. B) Specifications ........................................ ........................31General Motors Specifications ........................................ ......................................32 General Motors H Revision ........................................ ........................................ ...37General Motors DEXRON VI ........................................ ........................................ 3902/14 - Driveline - 2This material was prepared by the Lubricants Service Classification Task Force of the Fuels and Lubricants Committee, Marketing Department, American Petroleum Institute, to assist manufacturers and users of automotive equipment in the selection of transmission and axle lubricants for the operating conditions as transmissions, and particularly in rear axles, gears of different designs are available for a variety of different service conditions. Selection of a lubricant for specific applications involves careful consideration of the operating conditions and the chemical and physical characteristics of the lubricant to meet these service conditions. Until recently, transmission and differential lubricants were described in qualitative terms and by a variety of designations, each one attempting to describe both the lubricant and the service conditions under which the lubricant must perform. Consideration of these lubricant designations to a minimum number was deemed highly desirable in the light of present day technology. The American Petroleum Institute, therefore, prepared six lubricant service designations for automotive manual transmissions and axles, each designation referring to the performance required of a gear lubricant for a specific type of automotive service. These designations also recognise the possibility that lubricant may be developed for more than one service classification and as a result may be so developing the language for the service classifications, a need was recognised to supplement the descriptions for certain gear lubricants, particularly those for hypoid gears, by referring to a series of tests which would serve as a test language to provide more detailed information on the performance requirements of such lubricant. This test language was developed by Section III of Technical Division B on Automotive Lubricants of ASTM Committee D-2, and reference is made to these test procedures in the API service designations described system of designations replaced all previous API gear lubricant designations and became effective May 1, 1969. These designations are as follows:-Designates the type of service characteristic of automotive spiral-bevel and worm-gear axles and some manually operated transmissions operating under such mild conditions of low unit pressures and sliding velocities, that straight mineral oil can be used satisfactorily. Oxidation and rust inhibitors, defoamers, and pour depressants may be utilised to improve the characteristics of lubricants for this service. Frictional modifiers and extreme pressure agents shall not be the type of service characteristic of automotive type worm-gear axles operating under such conditions of load temperature and sliding velocities, that lubricants satisfactory for API GL-1 service will not the type of service characteristic of manual transmissions and spiral-bevel axles operating under moderately severe conditions of speed and load. These service conditions require a lubricant having load carrying capacities greater than those which will satisfy API GL-1 service, but below the requirements of lubricants satisfying API GL-4 GL-1API GL-2API GL-3API Lubricant Service Designation for Automotive Manual Transmission(1) & Axles 02/14 - Driveline - 3This classification is still used commercially to describe lubricants, but the equipment required for the anti-scoring test procedures to verify lubricant performance is no longer the type of service characteristic of gears, particularly hypoid(2) in passenger cars and other automotive type of equipment operated under high-speed, low-torque, and low-speed, high-torque suitable for this service are those which provide anti-score protection equal to or better than that defined by CRC Reference Gear Oil RGO-105 and have been subjected to the test procedures and provide the performance levels described in ASTM STP-512A, dated March 1987(3).Designates the type of service characteristic of gears, particularly hypoid in passenger cars and other automotive equipment operated under high-speed, shock-load; high-speed, low-torque; and low-speed, high-torque suitable for this service are those which provide anti-score protection equal to or better than that defined by CRC Reference Gear Oil RGO-110 and have been subjected to the test procedures and provide the performance levels described in ASTM D7450(2).This category is obsolete and is listed for historical reference only. The equipment used to measure performance is no longer available.(1) Automatic or semi-automatic transmissions, fluid couplings, torque converters, and tractor hydraulic systems usually require special lubricants. For the proper lubricant to be used, consult the manufacturer or lubricant supplier.(2) Limited slip differentials generally have special lubricant requirements. The lubricant supplier shall be consulted regarding the suitability of their lubricant for such differentials. Information helpful in evaluating lubricants for this type of service may be found in ASTM D7450.(3) The complete publication is titled Laboratory Performance Tests for Automotive Gear Lubricants intended for API GL-5 Service. API GL-4 oils are not suitable for highly-loaded hypoid axles. API GL-4 oils are used in synchronised manual transmissions and transaxles as well as in mild hypoid and spiral bevel GL-4API GL-5API GL-6Footnotes:Note: API Lubricant Service Designation 02/14 - Driveline - 4SAE J306 Automotive Gear Viscosity Classifications Axle and Manual Transmission Lubricant Viscosity Classification70W75W80W85W80859011014019 0250Viscosity at 100 C, mm2 No requirement< < < < < < reqMax. Viscosity of 150,000 , at temp C-55-40-26-12No requirement20 hr. KRL Shear (CEC L-45-A-99),KV100 after Shear, mm2/s, - Driveline - 5DEF STAN 91-59/2 Lubricating Oil, Extreme PressureGrades 75W and 80W90: Joint Service Designation OEP-38 and OEP-220 RespectivelyPropertyLimitsTest MethodOEP-38OEP-220AppearanceClear homogenous and free from visual impuritiesVisual ExaminationKinematic Viscosity mm2/s at 100 CBS EN ISO 3104 (1) Index, D2270, IP 226Low Temperature Viscosity: ASTM D2983at -26 C 000at -40 C 000-Detection of Copper CorrosionBS 2000 Part 154 or ASTM D130: IP 154 3 hrs at 120 CCopper Strip Classification, of Copper StripNo pitting or etchingFlash point, C, of Steel CorrosionAppearance of test pieceNo rusting or pittingBS 2000 Part 135 ASTM D665: IP 135 Procedure A (60 1) CFoaming tendency andstability characteristics:BS 2000 Part 146 ASTM D892/IP 146Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, ElementsSee clause clause oxidation stability (TOST)ASTM D5704 (L-60-1)Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C 100 increase percent, in total acid number mg KOH/g, Insolubles, % m/m, Toluene Insolubles, % m/m, Carbon Varnish rating, rating, Torque test Condition of Gear Teeth Condition of Half-Shaft and Axle HousingThe performance of the oil shall be superior to that of the CRC reference oil RGO 104ASTM D6121(L-37)High speed/shock load testThe performance of the oil shall be superior to that of the CRC reference oil RGO 114L-42Storage StabilityAnnex ASolid, % m/m, % volume, : (1) Test facilities for these tests are available at DQA/TS above requirements are absolute and not subject to correction for tolerance of test method. This specification is currently (March 2000) under - Driveline - 6MACK GO-H Requirements Covering SAE 90, SAE 140, SAE 80W-90 and SAE 85W-140 oilsTestParametersLimitsPower DividerSnap Test 5GT11Condition of cams and divider wedges:BreakagenoneChippingnoneScoringnoneHard snaps during testnoneMIL-L-2105DFull approval requiredTest for Transmission and Carrier RadialLip Seal 5 GT 75Immersion at 93 C for 100 hrs:Appearanceas originalBlisteringnoneGumnoneTackinessnoneBrittlenessnoneSwellingnoneTimken BearingCorrosion 09196Sample heated for 6 hrs at 150 C. Bearing dipped in sample and drained for 1 hrBearing placed in humidity cabinet for 3 hrs at 60 C in 100% humidityRust at end of test, Oxidation Stability200g/sample in uncovered 400 ml. beaker for 100 hrs. at 150 C in a gravity convection ovenEvaporation Loss, max. %10Viscosity Increase at 99 C, max. %15Precipitation Number, Oil Spalling Test 5 GT 71AMinimum B 10 life of 50% above the GO-G reference160 hrs minimumTransmission Test for Evaluation of Thermally Stable Gear Oils 5 GT 73No missed shifts and no measurable shifter fork wear at the centre of the padsMinimum65,000 cyclesNote:The lubricant must be a blend from well-refined virgin base stocks (high viscosity index - 95 min.) compounded with load-carrying and lubricity ingredients. The oil shall be stable and contain no abrasive or corrosive - Driveline - 7MACK GO-J and GO-J Plus Requirements Gear Oil RequirementsExtended Drain (GO-J Plus)Standard Drain (GO-J)Highway (Class A, B)(1)500,000 Miles or 3 Years250,000 Miles or 2 YearsVocational (Class AA, BB, C, CC)(1)80,000 Miles or 1 Year or 1,200 hrs40,000 Miles or 1 Year or 1,200 hrsOff Road (Class D)(1)6 Months6 MonthsTestProcedureExtended Drain LimitsStandard Drain LimitsCommentRust ProtectionASTM D7038 (L-33)(2)(2)-Copper CorrosionASTM D130(2)(2)-Foaming TendenciesASTM D892(2)(2)-Oil Seal CompatibilityASTM D5662(2)(2)-PG2 Oil Seal CompatibilityASTM D5662(2)(2)Section CapabilityASTM D5704 (L-60-1)100 hr. test(2)Section +CFed. Test No. 791C---Storage StabilityMethod (2)(2)-CompatibilityMethod (2)(2)-Surface ProtectionASTM STP512A (L-42)(2)(2)-Surface ProtectionASTM D6121 (L-37)(2)(2)-Cyclic Durability TestASTM times(2)(2)Section Divider Snap TestMAT 700 WI--Section Bearing ShearDIN 51 350 Part 6, Test CStay-in-grade 17% Max. ChangeStay-in-grade 17% Max. ChangeSection TestMAT 701 WI--Section Axle Gear DurabilityMAT 706 WI (L-37 Modified)(2)Not RequiredSection Testing-500,000 miles(2)Section Program-RequiredRequiredSection :(1) Vehicle classifications as determined for Mack Trucks vehicle warranty.(2) SAE J2360 - Driveline - 8TestProcedureExtended Drain LimitsCommentCopper CorrosionASTM D130ASTM D5760 Limits-Foaming TendenciesASTM D892ASTM D5760 Limits-Oil Seal CompatibilityASTM D5662ASTM D5760 Limits-Thermal CapabilityASTM D5704-Section DurabilityASTN X ASTM D5760 Limits-CompatibilityFed. Test No. 791C Method J2360 Limits-Tapered Bearing ShearDIN 51 350 Part 6, Test CStay-in-grade, 17% Max. ChangeSection Resistance (FZG)ASTM D5182ASTM D5760 Limit-Field Test-500,000 milesSection Program-RequiredSection PointASTM D97-40 C minimum-MACK TO - A Plus Requirements Transmission Oil RequirementsExtended Drain (TO-A Plus)Highway (Class A,B)(1)500,000 Miles or 3 YearsVocational (Class AA, BB, C, CC)(1)80,000 Miles or 1 Year or 1,200 hrsOff Road (Class D)Not AvailableNote:(1) Vehicle classifications as determined for Mack Trucks vehicle - Driveline - 9MAN 341-1 SpecificationsTestRequirementTest MethodTypeZ1Z2Z3Z4Z5SAE J306 classifications80W80W-8580W-9075W-8075W-8575W-9080W80W-8580W-9075W-8075W-8075W-8575W-80ZF Approval RequiredObsolete02BObsolete02L02EDensity at 15 C, g/mlReportDIN 51757Brookfield temperature, C-26/-40-40DIN 51398Brookfield viscosity, 51398Kinematic Viscosityat 40 C, cStReportmax. 65DIN 51562-1at 100 C, cStmin. of viscosity at 100 C after 20 hrs shearingwithin viscosity grade limits and 10% max. lossDIN 51350-6 KRLFlash Point (COC), CReportDIN EN ISO 2592Pour Point, CReportDIN ISO 3016TBN, mgKOH/gReportDIN ISO 3771TAN, mgKOH/gReportASTM D664Neutralisation Number, mgKOH/gReportDIN 51558-1ElementalsCalcium, %ReportDIN 51391-3Zinc, %ReportDIN 51391-3Magnesium, %ReportDIN 51391-3Phosphorus, %ReportDIN 51363-3Sulphur, %ReportE DIN 51400-10Boron, %ReportDIN 51443-2Chlorine, mg/kgReportDIN 51577-402/14 - Driveline - 10MAN 341-1 Specifications - Cont dTestRequirementTest MethodSteel Corrosion (2) Procedure A (distilled water), No rustDIN ISO 7120Copper Corrosion (2)2 or better (3 hrs / 120 C)DIN EN ISO 2160ASTM D130FoamASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, :(2) Report metal content in oil at end of - Driveline - 11MAN 341-2 SpecificationsTestRequirementTest MethodTypeZE, VRMBSAE J306 classifications75W-8075W-90Density at 15 C, g/mlReportDIN 51757Brookfield temperature, C-40DIN 51398Brookfield Viscosity, 150000max. 60,000DIN 51398Kinematic ViscosityDIN 51562-1at 40 C, cStReportReportat 100 C, of viscosity at 100 C after 20 hrs shearingwithin viscosity grade limits and 10% max. lossDIN 51350-6 KRLFlash point (COC), CReport 200DIN EN ISO 2592Pour point, CReport -40DIN ISO 3016TBN, mgKOH/gReportDIN ISO 3771TAN, mgKOH/gReportASTM D664Neutralisation number, mg KOH/gReportDIN 51558-1ElementalsCalcium, %ReportDIN 51391-3Zinc, %ReportDIN 51391-3Magnesium, %ReportDIN 51391-3Phosphorus, %ReportDIN 51363-3Sulphur, %ReportE DIN 51400-10Boron, %ReportDIN 51443-2Chlorine, mg/kgmax. 100DIN 51577-4Oxidation test, 192 hrs (1), 160 C CEC-L-48-A-00-BKv 100 increase, %max. 25DIN 51562-1Change in TAN, mgKOH/gmax. 2ASTM D664SludgenoneSteel corrosion (2)Procedure A (distilled water), No rustDIN ISO 7120Copper corrosion (2)2 or better (3h/120 C)DIN EN ISO 2160ASTM D130Note:(1) Testing for 384 hrs could also be considered.(2) Report metal content in oil at end of - Driveline - 12MAN 341-2 Specifications - Cont dTestRequirementTest MethodFoamASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, 28VDA 675 301Hardness change, shore A-10 to +10Tensile strength change, %-30Elongation rupture change, %-40Volume change, %0 to +10AK-6VDA 675 301Hardness change, shore A-5 to +10Tensile strength change, %-40Elongation rupture change, %-50Volume change, %0 to +570 ACM 121 433VDA 675 301Hardness change, shore A-10 to +5Tensile strength change, %-20Elongation rupture change, %-30Volume change, %0 to +502/14 - Driveline - 13MAN 342 SpecificationsTypeM1, M2 and M3S1, S2SAE Viscosity Class80W80W-9085W-909075W-90Density at 15 C, g/mlReportReportReportReportReportMax. Temperature at which the Brookfield Viscosity is 150,000 , C-26-26-12--40Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, mm2/sReportReportReportReportReportKinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm2 at 100 C after Shear (20 hr KRL), mm2/sStay-in-grade (max. 10% loss)Flash Point, C190 Point, C-27 Acid No., mg KOH/gReportReportReportReportReportCalcium, Magnesium, Zinc mg/kgReportReportReportReportReportBoron Content, mg/kgReportReportReportReportReportPhosphorus, % massReportReportReportReportReportSulphur, % massReportReportReportReportReportChlorine, mg/kg100 Stability CEC-L-48-A-00 (B)192 hrs at 150 C192 hrs at 160 CViscosity Increase at 100 C, %130 in TAN, mg KOH/g10 FormationReportReportReportReportNoneSteel Corrosion (DIN ISO 7120 Method A) - Metallic elements in oil after test to be reportedno rustno rust no rustno rustno rustCopper Corrosion (3 hrs at 120 C) ASTM D130 - Copper in oil after test to be reported2 max2 max2 max2 max2 maxFoaming Tendency/Stability, ml, I20/020/020/020/020/0Sequence II50/050/050/050/050/0Sequence III20/020/020/020/020/0MAN Seal Tests (168 hrs: 100 C NBR-28, 150 C AK6 & ACM 121433)PassPassPassPassPassTesting Required for new Additive TechnologiesAPI GL-5 and MIL-L-2105D PerformanceMeetFZG Pitting ( ), 3 Runs, HrsM1, M2, M3: 90 min. - S1, S2: 250 min. FZG Sprung S-A 10/16, 6R/90, Pass Load Stage10 A/8, 3/90 on used oil after DKA oxidation, Pass Load Stage10 min. (1)FZG wear and , wear, mgMax 400mg in 120 hrsDynamic Seals Test: 240 hrs at 120 C (10 cycles): 75 FPM 595 and FKM 585Pass (1)Bearing wear test - DIN 51819-3Report results Field Test for M3 and S1, S2 Grades - must include trucks with Intarders / Retarders500,000kmNote: (1) Only required for S1, S2. (2) Only required for M3 and SI, - Driveline - 14Performance Requirements For MIL-L-2105D (GL-5) Lubricants SAE Viscosity Grade75W80W-9085W-140ASTM D5704 (formerly CRC L-60-1 or L-60)Thermal Oxidation Stability100 C Viscosity Increase at 50 hrs, max. %100100100Pentane Insolubles, max. %333Toluene Insolubles, max. %222ASTM D7038 (formerly CRC L-33-1)Moisture CorrosionFinal rust merit rating, min999ASTM D6121 (formerly CRC L-37)Low Speed - High Torque Green GearsPassPassNRASTM D7452 (formerly CRC L-42)High Speed-ShockRing & Pinion Tooth Scoring, max. %Equal to or better thanPassing reference oilNRLoading Axle TestASTM D130 (3 hrs @ 121 C)Copper Strip Corrosion Strip Rating, D892Foam Tendency/Stability, ml, maxSequence I20/02020Sequence II50/05050Sequence III50/05050Note: NR: Not Required, if 80W90 passes in the same base stock. Lower L-37 and L-42 test temperatures are required for 75W oils often referred to as Canadian - Driveline - 15Performance Requirements For SAE J2360 (formerly MIL-PRF-2105E) November 1998SAE Viscosity Grade75W80W-9085W-140Viscosity at 100 C, mm2 at 150,000 , max temp C-40-26-12Flash Point, min, C150165180ASTM D5704 (formerly CRCL-60-1)Thermal Oxidation Stability100 C Viscosity Increase at 50 hrs, max. %100100100Pentane Insolubles, max. %3 33 Toluene Insolubles, max. %222Carbon Varnish, min, , max. D7038 (formerly CRC L-33-1)Moisture CorrosionRust on Gear Teeth Bearings and Cover plate, Rating, D6121 (formerly CRC L-37)High Speed - Low Torque Green Gears PassPassNRHigh Torque - Low Speed Lubrited GearsPassPassNRASTM D7542 (formerly CRC L-42)High Speed-ShockLoading Axle TestRing and Pinion Tooth Scoring, max., %Equal to or better than passing reference oilNRASTM D130Copper Corrosion/3 hrs at 121 CStrip Rating, Compatibility (ASTM D5662)PolyacrylateFluoroelastomerNitrilePolyacrylate + FluoroelastomerElongation Change, min, %-60-75-60at-150 C for 240 hrsHardness Change, Points-35 to + 5-5 to + 10-10 to + 5Nitrile at 100 C for 240 hrsVolume Change, %-5 to + 30-5 to + 15-5 to + 20ASTM D892Foam Tendency/Stability, ml, I20/020/020/0Sequence II50/050/050/0Sequence III20/020/020/0SS&C FTM 791Storage Stability & CompatibilityMethod 3340PassPassPassField Trial (1)PassPassPassNote: NR: Not required, if 80W-90 passes in the same base stock. Lower L-37 and L-42 Test Temperatures are required for 75W oils.(1) Must pass once in a single SAE grade per additive, 100,000 miles light duty and 200,000 miles heavy duty axles - Driveline - 16MT-1 Category Tests and Acceptance CriteriaTest MinimumMaximumTest method for Evaluation of the Thermal and OxidativeStability of Lubricants used for Manual Transmissions andFinal Drive Axles L-60-1(ASTM D5704)Viscosity Increase, %-100Pentane Insolubles, % Insolubles, % method for determining Automotive Gear Oil compatibility with Typical Oil Seal Elastomers (ASTM D5662)Polyacrylate at 150 C, 240 hrsElongation change, %No limits-60Hardness change, points-35+5Volume change, %-5+30Fluoroelastomer at 150 C, 240 hrsElongation change, %No limits-75Hardness change, points-5+10Volume change, %-5+15Test method for evaluating the thermal stability of manualtransmission lubricants in a Cyclic Durability TestCycles to fail (ASTM D5579)Better than passing reference oil-Test method D130 for detection of copper corrosion frompetroleum products by the Copper Strip Tarnish Test,121 C, 3 hrs-2aTest Method D5182 for evaluating the scuffing (scoring) load capacity of oilsFailing load stage11-Test Method D892 for foaming characteristics of lubricatingoils (tendency only) Sequence I, ml-20Sequence II, ml-50Sequence III, ml-20Federal Test Method 791C, Method , for compatability characteristics of Universal Gear Lubricant Compatible withJ2360 oils(1)-Federal Test Method 791C, Method , for storage solubility characteristics of Universal Gear LubricantPass(2)-Note:(1) Shall be compatible with specific reference oils when tested in accordance with Federal Test Method Reference oils may be obtained from SAE, 400 Commonwealth Drive, Warrendale, Pennsylvania, 15096.(2) Shall pass the performance requirements as specified in the SAE J2360 specifications when tested in accordance with Federal Test Method - Driveline - 17Scania STO 1:0TypeRequirementLimitsGear OilAPIGL-5STO (1) 1:0APIGL-5Shear Stability 20 hr KRL Shear (CEC-L-45-A-99)Viscosity change (%) less than or equal to RL181FilterabilityMinimum 90% in stage 2 of ISO 13357-2 using 5 m filter and bar pressureThermal and Oxidation Stability, ASTM D5704 (L-60-1) (2)Carbon varnish = min. (on large gear only) Sludge = min. (on both gears)Note:(1) Scania Gear Oil.(2) MIL-PRF-2105E (SAE J2360) - Driveline - 18Volvo Transmission Oil Specifications MethodDensity, kg/m3To be statedASTM D1298Flash Point, COC, min, C200 ASTM D92Pour Point, max. C-48ASTM D97Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/sASTM Loss after Shearing, 20 hrs, max. %5ASTM D445CEC L-45-A-99Viscosity at -40 C, , ,000 ASTM D2983Oxidation Stability after 160 C/192 hrsCEC L-48-A-95BViscosity Increase, 100 C, max. %10 Tan Increase, mg KOH/mg, Corrosion, 3 hrs, max. 150 C1BASTM D130Rust Protection 24 hrsNo rustASTM D665 ARust Protection after OxidationNo rustASTM D665 ACEC L-48-A-95Foaming Tendency, ml/mlASTM D892Sequence I/II/III, Water Content, ppm, D1744Solid Particles, code, 4406Synchronization Properties(1)Seal CompatibilityPassVTM-02-95(2)Load Carrying Capacity, load stage, +CEC L-07-A-95Surface Fatigue, gears50% better thanreference oilVTM-01-96(2)Field Tests400,000 kmVTM-03-95(2)Note:(1) The oil shall be tested in the Volvo test rig with approved results after 300,000 engagements.(2) Volvo Test - Driveline - 19Note:(1) Volvo Test Transmission Oil Specifications MethodDensity, kg/m3To be statedASTM D1298Flash Point, COC, min, C200ASTM D92Pour Point, max. C-48ASTM D97Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/sASTM Viscosity Loss after Shearing, 20 hrs, max. %5ASTM D445CEC L-45-A-99Viscosity at -40 C, ,000 ASTM D2983Oxidation Stability after 120 C/192 hrsCEC L-48-A-95BViscosity Increase, 100 C, max. %10 Tan Increase, mg KOH/mg, Corrosion, 3 hrs, max. 120 C1BASTM D130Rust Protection 24 hrsNo rustASTM D665 ARust Protection after OxidationNo rustASTM D665 ACEC L-48-A-95Foaming Tendency, ml/mlASTM D892Sequence I/II/III, Content, ppm, D1744Solid Particles, code, 4406APIGL-5Seal CompatibilityPassVTM-02-95(1)Surface Fatigue, gears30% better thanreference oilVTM-01-96(1)Field Tests400,000 kmVTM-03-95(1)02/14 - Driveline - 20ZF Specifications: Master ListDescriptionZF ListNotesViscosity GradesTE-ML 01Manual synchronised transmissions for commercial vehiclesClass 01EClass 01LRequires ZF TE-ML 02ESAE 75W-80Requires ZF TE-ML 02LSAE 75W-80TE-ML 02Manual and automatic transmissions for trucks and busesClass 02A (1)Gear oils of API GL-4, MIL-L-2105 quality - not applicable for intarderSAE 80W / SAE 75W-80 / 80W-85W / 80W-90Class 02BGear oils - not applicable for intarderSAE 80W / 80W-85 / 80W-90 / SAE 90 /75W-80 / 75W-85 / 75W-90Class 02C (1)Monograde engine oils - mineral oil based - applicable for intarderSAE 30Class 02D (1)Semi-synthetic gear oils - applicable for intarderSAE 75W-80Class 02EGear oil - Synthetic gear oil applicable for intarderSAE 75W-80Class 02FATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid)Class 02G (1)Gear oil - mineral based, not applicable for intarderSAE 75WClass 02HMonograde engine oils (mineral based) - applicable for in tarderSAE 30, SAE 4080W / 80W-85W / 80W90 / 85W-90 / 90Class 02KHydraulic oilClass 02LSemi-synthetic gear oil - applicable for intarderSAE 75W-80TE-ML 03Torque convertor transmissions for off-road vehicles and machinery (construction plant, special vehicles, lift trucks)Class 03AMineral based engine oil in accordance with Group Standard SAE 10W-30 / 10W-40 SAE 15W-30 / 5W-40 SAE 20W-20 & 30 grade / 20W-40Class 03BMineral based engine oil in accordance with Group Standard SAE 10W / 5W-30 / 5W-40Class 03COff highway lubricantsSAE 5W-30 / 5W-40 / 10W / 10W-30 / 10W-40 / 15W-30 / 15W-40 / 20W-20 / 20W-40 / SAE 30Class 3DAT FClass 03EUniversal Tractor transmission oils (UTTO) for converter transmissions for off-road equipmentClass 03FUniversal Tractor transmission oils (UTTO) for use at outside temperatures below -10 CClass 03GUniversal construction machinery oilTE-ML 04MarineClass 04AMonograde engine oils - API CD / CE / CF-4 / CF / SF / SG / SH / SJ or ACEA categories A / B / ESAE 30 (SAE 40 in hot countries)Class 04BMonograde engine oilsClass 04CMultigrade engine oilsSAE 5W-40, 10W-40, 15W-40Class 04DAT FClass 04EMonograde engine oils (API CD / CE /CF-4 / CG-4 / CH-4 / CI-4 / SF / SG / SH / SJ / SL or ACEA categories A / B / CSAE 50Class 04FOil CLP 220 in accordance with DIN 51517 -3ISO VG 220Note:(1) Now obsolete: Class 02A, 02C, 02D, - Driveline - 21ZF Specifications: Master ListDescriptionZF ListRequired PerformanceViscosity GradesTE-ML 05Axles for off-road vehiclesClass 05AMineral oil based & semi-synthetic gear oilsSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90Class 05BSynthetic gear oilsSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90Class 05CMineral oil based gear oils with limited slip additivesSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90Class 05DSynthetic gear oils with limited slip additivesSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90No longer activeClass 05EUniversal Tractor Transmission Oils (UTTO)SAE 20W-40Class 05FUniversal Tractor Transmission Oils (UTTO) as service oil for ZF axles in off-road vehicles with and without wet breaks and/or differentialClass 05GUniversal construction machinery oilClass 05HBio-degradeable lubricantSAE 75W-80Class 05KEngine oil in accordance with API CD / CE / CF-4 / CG-4 / CH-4 / CI-4 or SF / SG / SH / SJ / SL or ACEA Catagories A / B / CSAE 10-W, 10W-30, 10W-40Class 05LMineral ATF in accordance with General MotorsTE-ML 06Tractor transmissions and hydraulic liftsClass 06AEngine oils - API CD / CE / CF-4 / CF / SF / SG / SH / SJ or ACEA categories A / B / ESAE 20W-20Class 06BSTOU (Super Tractor Oil Universal) braking testSAE 10W-30 / 10W-40 / 15W-30 / 15W-40 / 20W-40Class 06CSTOU (Super Tractor Oil Universal)SAE 10W-30 / 10W-40 / 15W-30 / 15W-40 / 20W-40Class 06DSTOU (Super Tractor Oil Universal)SAE 10W-30Class 06EUniversal Tractor Transmission Oil (UTTO)Class 06FSuper Tractor Oil Universal (STOU) and Universal Tractor Transmission Oil (UTTO)SAE 10W-30 / 10W-40 / 15W-30 / 15W-40Class 06GBiodegradeable lubricant with environmental labels RAL-UZ 79 (Blue Angel), Vamil-regelingSAE 75W-80Class 06HTractor oilsSAE 10W-30 / 10W-40Class 06KUniversal Tractor Transmission Oil (UTTO)Class 06LGear oils GL-4 and Mil 2105SAE 75W-80 / 75W-85 / 80W / 80W-85Class 06MTractor oilsSAE 10W-30 / 10W-40 / 15W-30 / 15W-40Class 06QTractor oilsSAE 15W-40TE-ML 07Hydrostatic & mechanical drives and electric drive systemsClass 07AGear oilsSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-85 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-140 / 85W-110 / 90 Class 07BSTOU (Super Tractor Oil Universal)SAE 10W-30 / 10W-40 / 15W-30 / 15W-40 / 20W-40Class 07CEngine oilSAE 5W-40 / 10W-40 / 15W-40Class 07DEngine oils - API CD / CE / CF-4 / CF / CG-4 / CH-4 / CI-4 / SF / SG / SH / SJ / SL or ACEA categories A / B / ESAE 20W-20 / 30 / 5W-30 / 5W-40 / 10W-30 / 10W-40 / 15W-30 / 15W-40 for powershift transmissions SAE 10W-40 / 15W-40 for Mobile mixer drivesClass 07EBiodegradeable lubricant Environmental labels RAL-UZ 79 (Blue Angel) Vamil-regelingSAE 75W-80Class 07FOff highway lubricantsSAE 30Class 07GBiodegradeable lubricant with environmental labels RAL-UZ 79 (Blue Angel), Vamil-regeling and Swedish standard 15 54 34ISO VG 46 / 68Class 07HMineral based hydraulic oil HLP or HVLP in accordance with DIN 51524-2ISO VG 46 / 6802/14 - Driveline - 22ZF Specifications: Master ListDescriptionZF ListRequired PerformanceViscosity GradesTE-ML 08 Steering systems (non-power assisted) for cars, commercial vehicles and off road vehiclesGear oils (API GL-4, MIL-L-2105)SAE 75W-80 / 75W-85 / 75W-90 / 80W / 80W-85 / 80W-90Gear oils (API GL-5, MIL-L-2105D, MIL-PRF-2105E, SAE J2360)SAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-140 / 90TE-ML 09 Steering systems and oil pumps for cars, commercial vehicles and off road vehiclesClass 09XSpecial approvalsTE-ML 11 Manual transmissions, double clutch transmissions and automatic transmissions for carsClass 11AAutomatic transmission fluid (ATF)Class 11BAutomatic transmission fluid (ATF)TE-ML 12 Axles for cars, commercial vehicles and buses Axles, differentials, wheel heads and wheel hubs - 12B,12C,12D,12E Axles and differentials with multi disc self locking differentials - 12C & 12DClass 12BSynthetic gear oils - subject to intensified wear protection requirementsSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140Class 12CMineral oil based gear oils with limited slip additivesSAE 80W-90 / 80W-140 / 80W-110 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90Class 12DSynthetic gear oils with limited slip additivesSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140Class 12EMineral oil & semi-synthetic gear oil - subject to intensified wear protection requirementsSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90TE-ML 13 ZF assemblies in special purpose vehiclesTE-ML 14 Powershift transmissions, type Ecomat, for buses, trucks and special vehiclesClass 14AMineral oil based ATFsClass 14BSemi-synthetic ATFsClass 14CSynthetic ATFClass 14EFully synthetic ATFTE-ML 15 Brake systems for special vehicles02/14 - Driveline - 23ZF Specifications: Master ListDescriptionZF ListRequired PerformanceViscosity GradesTE-ML 16Transmissions forrail vehiclesClass 16AGear oil - Mineral oil based & semi-syntheticSAE 80W-90 / 85W-90 / 90Class 16BGear oil - Mineral oil based & semi-syntheticSAE 75W-90 / 80W-90 / 85W-90 / 90Class 16CGear oil - Mineral oil based & semi-syntheticSAE 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90Class 16DGear oil - Mineral oil based & semi-syntheticSAE 80W-140 / 85W-140 / 140Class 16EGear oil with limited slip additives - Mineral oil basedSAE 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90Class 16FGear oil - SyntheticSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-110 / 85W-110Class 16GGear oil with limited slip additives - SyntheticSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140Class 16KGear oil of viscosity grade 75W85 (synthetic, suitable for intarder)SAE 75W-80Class 16LSemi-synthetics ATFsClass 16MSynthetic ATFsClass 16NSynthetic ATFsClass 16PSynthetic gear oil suitable for intarderSAE 75W-80TE-ML 17Transmissions and axles for lift-trucksClass 17AGear oil in accordance with API GL-4, MIL-2105SAE 75W-80 / 75W-85 / 75W-90 / 80W / 80W-85 / 80W-90 / 85W-90 / 90Class 17BGear oilSAE 75W-80 / 75W-85 / 75W-90 / 80W / 80W-85 / 80W-90 / 85W-90 / 90Class 17CATF and special requirementsClass 17Dspecial approvalsClass 17EClass 17FTE-ML 18Axles for carsTE-ML 19Transfer and offset transmissions for commercial vehiclesClass 19AGear oilSAE 80W-90 / 85W-90 / 90Class 19BMineral oil-based and semi-synthetic gear oilSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 85W-90 / 90Class 19CSynthetic gear oilSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140TE-ML 20Powershift transmissions type Ecolife, for busesClass 20AClass 20BClass 20CClass 20DClass 20EClass 20ETE-ML 21Tractor front axles, transmissions for harvesters andfinal drivesClass 21AGear oilSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90Class 21BGear oilSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90Class 21CGear oil with limited slip additivesSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 90Class 21DGear oil with limited slip additivesSAE 75W-90 / 75W-110 / 75W-140 / 80W-90 / 80W-110 / 80W-140 / 85W-90 / 85W-110 / 85W-140 / 9002/14 - Driveline - 24Ford SpecificationsTestMethodMERCON VFORDMiscibilityFORD Appendix 1No separationNo separationViscosityat 100 C ASTM mm2/s, mm2/s, -20 CASTM D29831,500 , ,500 , -40 CASTM D298313,000 , ,000 , StabilityDegraded 100 CASTM D445/KRL 20 mm2/s, Vis at 150 CASTM D4683ULSV40 passes FISSTRead & ReportUHSV(D5275)Read & ReportDLSVRead & , Vis at 100 CASTM , after mod. NOACK at -40 CASTM D2983Modified NOACK (150 C, 2 hrs)ASTM D298310% maximum change2,000 maximum change10% maximum changeEvaporation LossFlash PointASTM D92180 C, min. 177 C, StripASTM D1301b, , maxNon-Corrosion and Non-Rusting PropertiesASTM D665 ANo visible rustNo visible rustColourASTM D1500 - - Pump Wear TestASTM D288210mg, , Wear TestASTM D5182, 1450 rpm,15 min. at 150 C11 Load Stage PassFour Ball WearASTM D4172600rpm, 100 C600rpm, 150 CAverage scar diameter of two mm mm EP TestMethod BASTM D3233No seizure at 100 CNo seizure at 150 CAverage of 750 lbs. of 750 lbs. TimkenASTM D27829lb. Load, 150 C, 10 scoringAverage mm - Driveline - 25Ford Specifications - Cont dTestMethodMERCON VFORDAnti-shudder EvaluationMERCON V Appendix 4Candidate Fluid Equivalent to ReferenceClutch Friction Evaluation and DurabilityMERCON V Appendix 5 20K Friction DurabilitySD 1777Midpoint Coeff. , - Coeff. , - Speed Dynamic, - Speed Dynamic, - Time, s - time, s - (S1/D) Ratio, - (S1/D) Ratio, - Breakaway, - Breakaway, - Ratio, Rate & ReportAnti-foaming PropertiesASTM D892Tendency/StabilityTendency/StabilitySequence 1: 50/0 1: 100/0 2: 50/0 2: 100/0 3: 50/0 3: 100/0 4: 100/0 4: 100/0 Compatibility(Volume Change/Hardness Change)MERCON V Appendix 7Volume/HardnessATRR 101, -3 to +4% / 0 to +10ATRR 101, -1 to +6% / 7ATRR 201, 0 to +6% / 5ATRR 201, 0 to +6% / 5ATRR 300, +20 to +48% / -15 to -40ATRR 300, +20 to +48% / -15 to -40ATRR 400, 0 to +4% / 8ATRR 400, 0 to +4% / 5ATRR 500, +5 to +15% / 5ATRR 500, -10 to +20% / -10 to 0ATRR 600, +5 to +35% / -30 to 0ATRR 600, +20 to +50% / -40 to -10ATRR 700, -2 to +4% / 0 to +5ATRR 700, -2 to +4% / 5Aluminum Beaker Oxidation TestMERCON V Appendix 8Pentane Insolubles < Insolubles <1%Delta TAN, TAN, IR, 30 IR, 40 Inc. at 40 C, 25% Inc. at 40 C, 40% Strip Rating, 3b Strip Rating, 3b maxAl Strip Rating, No VarnishAl Strip Rating, No VarnishSludge, No SludgeSludge, No SludgeViscosity at -40 C, Rate & ReportViscosity at -40 C, Rate & ReportCalculated % wt. loss, Rate & ReportCalculated % wt. loss, Rate & ReportCycling TestGM-6297-M plus post test viscosity limitsPass GM cycling testPass GM cycling test20K cycle used oil vis at 100 mm2/s, cycle used oil vis at 40 CRate & Report20K cycle used oil vis at -40 CRate & ReportShift FeelMERCON VCandidate Fluid Equivalent to ReferenceCandidate Fluid Equivalent to Reference02/14 - Driveline - 26Allison Transmission C-4 Heavy Duty Transmission Fluid SpecificationsTestRequirementsTest MethodChemical AnalysisMetals ContentBariumReportEmission spectroscopy: ICPBoronReportEmission spectroscopy: ICPCalciumReportEmission spectroscopy: ICPMagnesiumReportEmission spectroscopy: ICPPhosphorusReportEmission spectroscopy: ICPSiliconReportEmission spectroscopy: ICPSodiumReportEmission spectroscopy: ICPZincReportEmission spectroscopy: ICPNon Metals ContentChlorineReportASTM D808NitrogenReportASTM D3228SulphurReportASTM D4951 or ASTM D129Total Acid NumberReportASTM D664Total Base NumberReportASTM D4739 or D2896Infrared SpectrumReportASTM E168Physical PropertiesFlash Point, C D92Fire Point, C D92Viscosity CharacteristicsKinematic Viscosity at 40 CReport (1)ASTM D445Kinematic Viscosity at 100 CReport (1)ASTM D445Apparent ViscosityReport (1)ASTM D2602Brookfield ViscosityReport Temperature at 3500 D2983Stable Pour PointReport (1)ASTM D97Note:(1) Fluids shall meet SAE J300 Viscosity grades and in addition ATFs must meet General Motors and Ford - Driveline - 27Allison Transmission - Cont d C-4 Heavy Duty Transmission Fluid SpecificationsTestRequirementsTest MethodBench TestsGM 6297-M,Test M(Appendix A) Foaming TendencyFoam at 95 C, at 135 C, mm time at 135 C, secs. Copper CorrosionNo blackening or flakingASTM D130, 3 hrs at 150 C Corrosion/Rust ProtectionNo visible rust on test pinsASTM D665, procedure A for 24 hrs Rust ProtectionNo rust or corrosion on any test surfaceASTM D1748, 98% humidity, 50 hrs at 40 CElastomer CompatibilityLimits are adjusted for each new elastomer batchGM 6137-M(Appendix B) V1 Volume difference, %0 to 20Hardness difference, points-15 to 0 V2 Volume difference, %0 to 12Hardness difference, points-7 to +3 V3 Volume difference, %0 to 22Hardness difference, points- 14 to 0 P1 Volume difference, %0 to 8Hardness difference, points-10 to 0 P2 Volume difference %0 to 8Hardness change, points-11 to +3 P3 Volume difference %0 to 4Hardness change, points-8 to +4 F1 Volume difference %0 to 3Hardness change, points-5 to +4 F2 Volume difference %0 to 4Hardness change, points-2 to +5 N1 Volume difference %0 to 5Hardness change, points-12 to +12 N2 Volume difference %0 to 6 02/14 - Driveline - 28Allison Transmission - Cont d C-4 Heavy Duty Transmission Fluid SpecificationsTestRequirementsTest MethodOxidation Stability, C-4 Oxidation Test (THOT)Satisfactory operation for 300 hrsGM 6297-M (Appendix E)Viscosity Increase, 40 C, %, Increase, 100 C, %, Increase, Absorbance, protection30ASTM D2882 mod.(a) 80 3 C (b) MpaC-4 Vane Pump Wear Test,Total Weight Loss, mg, Frictional CharacteristicsC-4 Graphite Clutch TestMid-point dynamic coefficient and slip time must surpass limits set with minimum performance reference oilAllison C-4 graphite clutch friction testC-4 Paper Clutch Friction TestAllison C-4 paper clutch friction test02/14 - Driveline - 29Allison TES 439TestRequirementsTest MethodSAE Grades0W-30, 0W-40, 30, 5W-40, 10W-40, 15W-40, 40SAE J300Chemical AnalysisReport (ppm): Al, Ba, B, Ca, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Mg, Mn, Mo, Ni, P, K, Si, Ag, Na, S, Sn, Ti, V and ZnASTM D5185Total Acid NumberReportASTM D664Physical PropertiesFlash Point, C D92Viscosity CharacteristicsKinematic Viscosity at 100 CReport (1)ASTM D445Low Temperature Cranking Viscosity, cPReport (1)ASTM D5293Low Temperature Pumping Viscosity, cPReport (1)ASTM D4684High Temperature Shear Rate (HTHS), 150 C, cStReport (1)ASTM D4683, CEC-L-36-A-90 or ASTM D5481Glycol ResponseReport (negative, trace or positive)ASTM D2982Bench TestsASTM D892 Foaming TendencySeq I10/0Seq II20/0Seq III10/0 Copper Corrosion1bASTM D130, 3 hrs at 150 C Corrosion / Rust ProtectionPassASTM D665, procedure A Rust Protection, Elongation rupture change, %No rust or corrosion permissible on 3 of 4 surfacesASTM D1748, (sandblasted surface, 50 C, 50hrs)Note:(1) Fluids shall meet SAE J300 Viscosity grades. 02/14 - Driveline - 30Allison TES 439 Cont dTestRequirementsTest MethodFZG Wear Test (not required if API CI-4 or API CJ-4 approved)Failure load stage >12 EOT total weight loss < ASTM D5182Seals Compatibility Test Not required if API CI-4 or CJ-4 approvedASTM D7216 Nitrile Volume change, %+5 to -3Hardness change, shore A+7 to -5Tensile strength change, %+10 to - TMC 1006Elongation rupture change, %+10 to -TMC 1006 Polyacrylate Volume change, %+5 to -3Hardness change, shore A+8 to -5Tensile strength change, %+18 to -15Elongation rupture change, %+10 to -35 FKM Volume change, %+5 to -2Hardness change, shore A+7 to -5Tensile strength change, %+10 to -TMC 1006Elongation rupture change, %+10 to -TMC 1006 Vamac G Volume change, %+TMC 1006 to -3Hardness change, shore A+5 to -TMC 1006Tensile strength change, %+10 to -TMC 1006 Elongation rupture change, %+10 to -TMC 1006Seal Compatibility Test (TMS-22630 Material)Elongation to first crack after first heat soak shall be 65%TES-439 (Appendix A)Oxidation Stability (1)Satisfactory operation for 300 hrsTES-439 (Appendix B)Viscosity Increase, 40 C, %, Increase, 100 C, %, Increase, Smp Corrosion, Frictional CharacteristicsGraphite Clutch TestMid-point dynamic coefficient and slip time must surpass limits set with minimum performance reference oilTES-439 (Appendix C)Note:(1) Oxidation test similar to Ford Aluminium Beaker Oxidation test (ABOT).02/14 - Driveline - 31Allison TES-389 (Rev. B)TestRequirementsTest MethodColourAS TM D1500Red ( - )Elemental AnalysisAS TM D5185Report (ppm): Al, Ba, B, Ca, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Mg, Mn, Mo, Ni, P, K, Si, Ag, Na, S, Sn, Ti, V and ZnAS TM D4927Report S (ppm)AS TM D6443Report CI (ppm)AS TM D4629Report N (ppm)Flash PointAS TM D92170 C (min)Cleanliness LevelISO 440624/20/15MiscibilityAS TM D692210% Candidate : 90% Reference 90% Candidate : 10% ReferenceNo separation or colour changeWater ContentAS TM (1000 ppm) ViscosityAS TM D2983 20,000 cP max. at 40 C Report, cP at -10 C, -20 C, and -30 CKinematic ViscosityAS TM D445 cSt (min.) at 100 C cSt (max.) at 100 C Report at 40 C, 100 C and 150 CShear StabilityCEC L45-T-9940 hours EOT KV 100 = Cst (min.) Submit plot of KV 100 (cSt) at 0, 20 and 40 hrsCopper Corrosion ProtectionAS TM D130 (modified) 3 hours at 150 C1bCorrosion ProtectionAS TM D665 Procedure A 4 hoursPassRust ProtectionAS TM D1748Sandblasted surface, 40 C, 50 hoursNo rust or corrosion on any test surfaceWater ResistanceVane PumpAS TM D7043 (modified) 80 C, MPa with three gallon canister10 mg total weight loss (max.)Foam ResistanceAS TM D892 Sequence I; 50/0 Sequence II; 50/0 Sequence III; 50/0Materials CompatibilityTES-389 Appendix APassSeal Compatibility TestTES-389 Appendix BElongation to first crack shall be equal to or greater than 80%Oxidation ResistanceTES-389 Appendix C EOT KV 40 change = 25% (max.) EOT KV 100 change = 25% (max.) EOT = 25 (max.) Report Copper strip corrosion rating Report Aluminium strip rating Report Lead weight lossFrictional PropertiesTES-389 Appendix DStop Time and Midpoint Torque of both friction materials shall be within the limits established using batch controlled plates and the reference fluid02/14 - Driveline - 32A Comparison of GM Specifications RequirementsGeneral Motors ATF Specifications GM 6137-MGM IIGM II EGM III (GM 6417-M)TestMethodRequirementRequirementRequirementColourASTM D1500Not - - AnalysisASTM D4951Not requiredReport ppm: Ba, B, Ca, Mg, PSi, Na, Zn, Cu, Al, Fe, PbReport ppm: Ba, B, Ca, Mg,P, Si, Na, Zn, Cu, Al, Fe, PbASTM D808Not requiredReport, ppm: ClReport, ppm: ClASTM D3228Not requiredReport, ppm: NReport, ppm: NASTM D129 OR D 4951Not requiredReport, ppm: SReport, ppm: SInfrared SpectrumASTM E168Not requiredReportReportMiscibilityFTM 791CMethod separation or colourchange at end of testNo separation or colour change at end of test using reference fluidNo separation or colourchange at end of test using reference fluidKinematic ViscosityReportReportat 40 CASTM D445Not Requiredat 100 cSt min during and at endof oxidation and cycling testsFlash PointASTM D92160 C C C PointASTM D92175 C C C min. Brookfield ViscosityASTM D29834000 ( ) max. at CReport Viscosity, at -10 C1,500 max. at -20 CReport, at -10 C1,500 max. at -20 C50,000 ( ) max. at -40 C5,000 max. at -30 C20,000 max. at -40 C5,000 max. at -30 C20,000 max. at -40 C02/14 - Driveline - 33A Comparison of GM Specifications Requirements - Cont dGeneral Motors ATF Specifications GM 6137-MGM IIGM II EGM III (GM 6417-M)TestMethodRequirementRequirementRequirementCopper Strip TestASTM D130 Mod 3 hrs at 150 CNo blackening with flakingNo blackening with flaking1bCorrosion TestASTM D665 Procedure ANo rust on test pinsPassPassRust Protection ASTM D1748 ModSandblasted SurfaceTemp. at 40 CTest time of 50 hrsNo rust or corrosionon test panelsNo rust or corrosion on any test surfaceNo rust or corrosionon any test surfaceFoam TestGMNo foam at 95 CNo foam at 95 CNo foam at 95 C10mm max. at 135 C6mm at 135 C5mm max. height at 135 C23 s max. break-timeat 135 C15 s max. break-time at 135 C15 s max. collapse time at 135 CFluid Effect on SealsGM MethodElastomers: Procedure 1 - Total Immersion Procedure 1 - Total Immersion(1) NitrileChange in:Change in: PolyacrylateElastomerVol, %Hardness ,%Hardness pts. SiliconeA (Polyacrylate)+5 to +12-8 to +1A (Polyacrylate) +5 to +12-8 to +1B (Nitrile)+ to +5-3 to +6 B (Nitrile)+1 to +6-3 to +6The limits are assignedC (Polyacrylate)+2 to +7-4 to +4C (Polyacrylate)+2 to +7-4 to +4by GM for each batchH (Fluorinated)+ to +5-5 to +6H (Fluorinated)+ to +5-5 to +6of elastomerJ (Silicone)+23 to +45-30 to -13J (Silicone)+23 to +45-30 to -13R (Ethylene/ Acrylic)+13 to +27-17 to -7R (Ethylene/ Acrylic)+13 to +27-17 to - 7Note:(1) Tensile strength and elongation are now required to be reported but no limits have been set yet. 02/14 - Driveline - 34A Comparison of GM Specifications Requirements - Cont dGeneral Motors ATF Specifications GM 6137-MGM IIGM II EGM III (GM 6417-M)TestMethodRequirementRequirementRequirementSaginaw Power SteeringPump TestGM MethodParts condition to be equal to or better than that obtained with reference fluidVane Pump Wear TestASTM D2882 Mod80+/-3 MPaweight loss < 15mgweight loss < 15mgHEFCAD - Plate Clutch TestGM MethodSatisfactory operation for 100 hrsSatisfactory operationfor 100 hrsSatisfactory operationfor 100 hrsGM usesNo unusual clutch plate wear or flakingNo unusual wear or flaking on test partsNo unusual wear or flaking on test partsSD-715 Clutch PlatesBetween 24 and 100 hrsBetween 20 and 100 hrsBetween 10 and 100 hrsGM usesof operation:-of operation:-of operation:-D-1777 Clutch PlatesMidpoint of Dynamic TorqueMidpoint of Dynamic TorqueMidpoint of Dynamic Torque115 - 175Nm150 - 180Nm150 - 180NmGM usesDelta Torque < 14NmMaximum Torque > 150NmMaximum Torque > 150NmSD-1777 Clutch PlatesClutch Engagement timeDelta Torque < 30NmDeltaTorque < - time between Stop time between - - End Torque NmReport End Torque Nm02/14 - Driveline - 35A Comparison of GM Specifications Requirements - Cont dGeneral Motors ATF Specifications GM 6137-MGM IIGM II EGM III (GM 6417-M)TestMethodRequirementRequirementRequirementBand Clutch TestGM Method Uses 3T40Band & DrumNot RequiredSatisfactory operation for 100 hrsSatisfactory operation for 100 hrsNo unusual wear or flaking on test partsNo unusual wear or flaking on test partsBetween 20 and 100 hrs of operation:-Between 10 and 100 hrs of operation:-145Nm < Midpoint Dynamic180Nm < Midpoint Dynamic Torque < 220NmTorque < 225NmEnd Torque > 170NmEnd Torque > 170NmDelta Torque < 80NmDelta Torque < 80NmStop time between - time between and sReport Maximum Torque, NmReport Maximum Torque, NmTHOT - OxidationTestGM Method Satisfactory operation for 300 hrsSatisfactory operation for 300 operation for 300 hrsTHM-350 Transmission parts cleanliness and physical condition must be equal to or better than that obtained with Reference FluidTransmission parts cleanliness and physical condition must be equal to or better than that obtained with Reference FluidTransmission parts condition must be equal to or better than thatobtained with Reference FluidGM usesTransmissionTotal Acid Number Increase, Acid Number Increase < Acid Number Increase < usesCarbonyl Absorbance Increase, Absorbance Increase < Absorbance Increase < 4L60Min. O2 content of transmissioneffluent gas 2%Min. O2 content of transmissioneffluent gas 4%Report effluent gas O2 contentTransmissionUsed Fluid Viscosity at - max;- 40 C ReportUsed Fluid Viscosity at -20 C < 3,000 Fluid Viscosity at -20 C < 2000 Fluid Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s Fluid Viscosity at 100 C > mm2/sUsed Fluid Viscosity at 100 C > mm2/sCooler braze alloy conditionshall be acceptableNo cooler braze alloy corrosionNo cooler braze alloy corrosionNo expulsion of ATF from Vent02/14 - Driveline - 36A Comparison of GM Specifications Requirements - Cont dGeneral Motors ATF Specifications GM 6137-MGM IIGM II EGM III (GM 6417-M)TestMethodRequirementRequirementR equirementBand Clutch TestGM Method Uses 3T40Band & DrumNot RequiredSatisfactory operation for 100 hrsSatisfactory operation for 100 hrsNo unusual wear or flaking on test partsNo unusual wear or flaking on test partsBetween 20 and 100 hrs of operation:-Between 10 and 100 hrs of operation:-145Nm < Midpoint Dynamic180Nm < Midpoint Dynamic Torque < 220NmTorque < 225NmEnd Torque > 170NmEnd Torque > 170NmDelta Torque < 80NmDelta Torque < 80NmStop time between - time between and sReport Maximum Torque, NmReport Maximum Torque, NmTHOT - OxidationTestGM Method Satisfactory operation for 300 hrsSatisfactory operation for 300 operation for 300 hrsTHM-350 Transmission parts cleanliness and physical condition must be equal to or better than that obtained with Reference FluidTransmission parts cleanliness and physical condition must be equal to or better than that obtained with Reference FluidTransmission parts condition must be equal to or better than thatobtained with Reference FluidGM usesTransmissionTotal Acid Number Increase, Acid Number Increase < Acid Number Increase < usesCarbonyl Absorbance Increase, Absorbance Increase < Absorbance Increase < 4L60Min. O2 content of transmissioneffluent gas 2%Min. O2 content of transmissioneffluent gas 4%Report effluent gas O2 contentTransmissionUsed Fluid Viscosity at - max;- 40 C ReportUsed Fluid Viscosity at -20 C < 3,000 Fluid Viscosity at -20 C < 2000 Fluid Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s Fluid Viscosity at 100 C > mm2/sUsed Fluid Viscosity at 100 C > mm2/sCooler braze alloy conditionshall be acceptableNo cooler braze alloy corrosionNo cooler braze alloy corrosionNo expulsion of ATF from Vent02/14 - Driveline - 37A Comparison of GM Specifications Requirements - Cont dGeneral Motors ATF Specifications GM 6137-MGM IIGM II EGM III (GM 6417-M)TestMethodRequirementRequirementR equirementTHCT - Cycling TestGM MethodSatisfactory operation for 20,000 cyclesSatisfactory operation for 20,000 cyclesSatisfactory operation for 20,000 cyclesGM usesTHM 350 transmissionTransmission parts cleanliness & physicalcondition must be equal to or better thanthat obtained with the Reference FluidCondition of transmission parts must be equal to or better than that obtainedwith the Reference FluidCondition of transmission parts must be equal to or better than that obtainedwith the Reference FluidGM < 1-2 Shift Time < Acid Number Increase < Acid Number Increase < < 2-3 Shift Time < Absorbance Increase < Absorbance Increase < Acid Number Increase, Shift Time between and Shift Time between and Absorbance Increase, Shift Time between and Shift Time between and Used Fluid Viscosity at 100 C mm2/s and at end of testReport 3-4 Shift Time, sReport 3-4 Shift Time, sUsed Fluid Viscosity at 100 C, > mm2/sUsed Fluid Viscosity at 100 C, > mm2/sUsed Fluid Viscosity at -20 C < 2000 Fluid Viscosity at -20 C < 2000 expulsion of ATF from VentVehicle Performance TestGM MethodShift performance essentially equal to that obtained with the Reference FluidShift performance essentially equalto that obtained with the Reference FluidShift performance essentially equal to that obtained with the Reference FluidECCC VehiclePerformance TestGM MethodNot RequiredNot RequiredEqual to or better than Reference FluidSprag Wear TestGM MethodNot RequiredNot Required60mg maximum weight loss 02/14 - Driveline - 38GM, H Revision [GMN 10055]TestMethodRequirementColourASTM AnalysisASTM D5185Report, ppm: Al, Ba, B, Ca, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Mg, Mn, Mo, Ni, P, K, Si, Ag, Na, S, Sn, Ti, V, ZnUOP 975Report, ppm: FASTM D6443Report, ppm: ClASTM D4629Report, ppm: NFluid ProfileProprietary GM TestReportMiscibilityFTM 791C:Method separation or colour change at end of test using Reference FluidKinematic Viscosityat 40 CASTM D445Reportat 100 Cat 150 CFlash PointASTM D92> 170 CFire PointASTM D92> 195 CBrookfield ViscosityASTM D2983Report, cP at -10 C< 1500 cP at -20 C< 5000 cP at -30 C< 20000 cP at -40 CCu Corrosion TestASTM D130Modified: 3 hrs at 150 C1BCorrosion TestASTM D665:Procedure APassRust Protection TestASTM D1748Sandblasted surface,40 C, 50hrsNo rust or corrosion on any test surfaceWear TestASTM D2882-00 Modified:80 3 C, MPa,3 gal canister, Conestogapump parts< 10mg weight lossFoam TestAppendix ANo Foam at 95 C< 5mm height at 135 C< 15s collapse height at 135 CElastomer TestAppendix BElast% +7 to +20-15 to -2V2+2 to +12-7 to +3V3+7 to +22-14 to to +8-10 to to +8-11 to + to +4-8 to + to +4-5 to + to +4-2 to + to +5-12 to + to +6-9 to +502/14 - Driveline - 39GM, H Revision [GMN 10055] - Cont dTestMethodRequirementPlate Friction TestAppendix CSatisfactory operation for 150 h with 3T40 clutch platesNo unusual wear or flaking on test partsFrom 10-150 hrs of operation:Midpoint dynamic torque, 150-180 NmMax. Torque > 150 NmDelta Torque < 30 NmStop Time, End Torque, NmBand Friction TestAppendix DSatisfactory operation for 100 hrs on 3T40 GM Racing drums with 1473-2, Batch 00-12, Friction Material bandNo unusual wear or flaking on test partsFrom 10-100 hrs of operation:Midpoint Torque, 180-225 NmEnd Torque > 170 NmDelta Torque < 80 NmStop Time, sReport Max Torque, NmOxidation TestAppendix ESatisfactory operation for 450 hrsCondition of transmission parts must be equal to or better than that obtained withthe Reference FluidTAN increase < Absorbance increase < fluid viscosity at 100 C > cStUsed fluid viscosity at -20 C < 2000 cPNo cooler braze alloy corrosionNo expulsion of ATF from ventpDSC (Report)Cycling TestAppendix FSatisfactory operation for 32,000 cyclesCondition of transmission parts must be equal to or better than that obtained with the Reference FluidTAN Increase < Absorbance increase < fluid viscosity at 100 C > cStUsed fluid viscosity at -20 C < 2000 cP1-2 shift time, shift time, shift time, s (Report)No expulsion of ATF from ventUsed fluid viscosity at -40 C (Report, cP)Vehicle Perf. TestAppendix GShift performance essentially equal to that obtained with the Reference FluidECCC Vehicle Performance TestAppendix HEqual to or better than Reference FluidSprag Wear TestAppendix I< 60 mg weight lossLow-Speed Carbon FiberFriction TestAppendix JNew and used fluid from Cycling Test (Report)Aeration TestAppendix KNew and used fluid from Cycling Test (Report)02/14 - Driveline - 40DEXRON VI [GMW 16444]TestMethodRequirementColourASTM - AnalysisASTM D5185Report, ppm: Al, Ba, B, Ca, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Mg, Mn, Mo, Ni, P, K, Si, Ag, Na, S, Sn, Ti, V, ZnASTM D4927Report, ppm: SASTM D6443Report, ppm: ClASTM D4629Report, ppm: NFluid ProfileProprietary GM TestReportMiscibilityFED-ST D791: Method separation or color change during or atcompletion of test using reference fluidDensityASTM D4052 : at 15 CReportKinematic ViscosityASTM D44532 cSt at 40 C cSt at 100 C C (Report) cSt at 100 C min. (base oil mix)Viscosity IndexASTM D2270145 PointASTM D92180 C PointASTM D92195 C ViscosityASTM D2983Report, cP at -10 C< 1,500 cP at -20 C< 5,000 cP at -30 C< 15,000 cP at -40 CCopper Corrosion TestASTM D130 Modified: 3 hrs at 150 C1b Corrosion TestASTM D665: Procedure APassRust Protection TestASTM D1748 No rust or corrosion on any test surfacea) Sandblasted surface b) 40 Cc) 50 hrsWear TestASTM D2882-00 < 10 mg weight lossModified: a) 80 3 C b) MPac) 3 gal canister d) Conestoga pump partsCold Crank SimulationASTM D5293 -30 C3,200 cP Temperature High ShearASTM D4683 150 cP EvaporationASTM D580010% evaporation max., 1 hr at 200 CFilm ThicknessEHDPROC_11 at Imperial CollegeEqual to or better than reference fluidTaper Bearing Roller ShearCEC L-45-A-99Modified 40 hrs1) KV100, cSt ) 10% KV100 decrease ) (BOV+EOTV)/2 > cSt at 100 CFoam TestAppendix AASTM D892 ModifiedNewUsedSeq I50/050/0Seq II50/050/0Seq III50/050/0Seq I (150 C)50/0150/002/14 - Driveline - 41DEXRON VI [GMW 16444] - Cont dTestMethodRequirementElastomer TestAppendix BElastomer% VolHardnessV1+7 to +20-15 to -2V2+2 to +12-7 to + 3V3+7 to +22-14 to -2P10 to +8-10 to 0P20 to +8-11 to +3P30 to +4-8 to +4F10 to +4-5 to +4F20 to +4-2 to +5N1Report+2Plate Friction TestAppendix C1) Satisfactory operation for 200 hrs2) No unusual wear or flaking on test parts 3) Between 10 and 200 hrs of operation: a) Midpoint dynamic torque between 80 and 105 N m b) Max. Torque > 90 N m c) Delta Torque < 30 N m d) Stop Time between and s e) Report End Torque, N m f) Report Shift Energy, kJBand Friction TestAppendix D1) Satisfactory operation for 150 hrs on 4L60-E drums with modified Friction Material band2) No unusual wear or flaking on test parts 3) Between 10 and 150 hrs of operation: a) Midpoint dynamic torque between 180 and 290 N m b) End Torque > 200 N m c) Delta Torque < 120 N m d) Stop Time between and s e) Report Max. Torque, N m f) Report Shift Energy, kJ ( to typical) Oxidation TestAppendix E1) Satisfactory operation for 450 hrs 2) Condition of transmission parts must be equal to or better than that obtained with the Reference Fluid 3) TAN Increase < 4) Carbonyl Absorbance Increase < 5) Used Fluid viscosity at 100 C > cSt 6) Used fluid viscosity at -20 C < 2,000 cP 7) Used fluid viscosity at -40 C < 15,000 cP 8) No expulsion of ATF from ventCycling TestAppendix F1) Satisfactory operation for 42,000 cycles 2) Condition of transmission parts must be equal to or better than that obtained with the Reference Fluid 3) TAN Increase < 4) Carbonyl Absorbance Increase < 5) Used Fluid viscosity at 100 C > cSt 6) Used fluid viscosity at -20 C < 2,000 cP 7) Used fluid viscosity at -40 C < 15,000 cP 8) 1-2 shift time between and s 9) 2-3 shift time between and s 10) Report 3-4 shift time, s11) No expulsion of ATF from vent 02/14 - Driveline - 42Note: New DEXRON VI additive chemistry combinations are required to:-1. Successfully complete a DEXRON VI qualification Successfully complete a DEXRON VI qualification program using a 75% candidate, 25% reference fluid Successfully complete a DEXRON VI qualification program using a 50% candidate, 50% reference fluid Successfully complete a DEXRON VI qualification program using a 25% candidate, 75% reference fluid Successfully complete the tests listed in the above VI [GMW 16444] - Cont dTestMethodRequirementVehiclePerformance TestAppendix GShift performance essentially equalto that obtained with the Reference FluidECCC Vehicle Performance TestAppendix HEqual to or better thanReference FluidSprag Wear TestAppendix I50 mg weight loss (max)Low-speed Carbon Fibre Friction TestAppendix JNew and used fluid from Cycling Test must be equal to or better than Reference FluidAeration TestAppendix KNew and used fluid from Cycling Test must be equal to or better than Reference FluidDEXRON VI Approved Chemistry CombinationsCompanyChemistry NameTreat Rate (% wt.)Afton Chemical CorpHiTEC 57381 to 5InfineumInfineum T T 41630 to 6DEXRON VI Additional Test Methods and Requirements for New Additive ChemistriesTestMethodRequirementHunting BehaviourLR4 4L60-ENo HuntingPittingCEC L-07-A-85 (x3)Equal to or better than Reference FluidCarbon FibreDurabilityFORD SPProc. Modified:Low Speed CarbonFibre platesEqual to or better than Reference FluidFleet TestGM ATF Committee150,000 kmAdditional TestsGM ATF CommitteeAt the discretion of the committeeSpecification HandbookIndustrialIndustrial02/14 - Industrial - 1Contents IndustrialIndustry Standard:AIST Hydraulic Standards 126 & 127 ...................................................3ASTM D6158 Requirements For Type HM Mineral Oil ........................4Chinese National Hydraulics Specifications ...........6DIN 51524 Part 1 ................................................................................16DIN 51524 Part 2 ................................................................................18DIN 51524 Part 3 ................................................................................20German Steel Industry Specifications SEB 181222 ...........................22ISO 11158 Hydraulic Fluids ................................................................24 OEM Specifications:MAG Cincinnati Machine Anti-wear Hydraulic Specifications ...........26MAG Cincinnati Machine Hydraulic Specifications ............................27Parker Denison Hydraulic Requirements - TP30560 ..........................28General Motors Hydraulic Lubricant Standards .................................30JCMAS HK (JCHASP 041:2004) Hydraulic Fluid For Construction Machinery ...............................................................................32SAE MS1004 Type H Hydraulic Oil Specifications .............................34 Industrial Gear:AGMA 9005-E02 - Anti-wear Oils ................................................36AIST Requirements No. 224 Lead Free Gear Oil .........................37Chinese National Specification GB 5903-2011 ..................................38DIN 51517 Part 3 - Lubricating Oils CLP ............................................43Siemens Specification For Flender Gear Oils ....................................44ISO 12925-1 Enclosed Gears of Category CKC .................................46SEB 181226 Industrial Gear Specifications ........................................47GM Lubricant Standards ....................................................................48MAG Cincinnati Machine Gear Lubricant Specifications ...................51Hydraulic:02/14 - Industrial - 2Contents IndustrialAir Compressor Lubricant Standard DIN 51506 ................................52General Motors Compressor Lubricant Standards ............................55SAE MS1003-2 Compressor Oils ......................................................57 Turbine:DIN 51515 Part 1 and 2 .....................................................................59AIST Turbine Standard Standard Specifications BS 489: 1999 R & O Turbine Oils ........61SEB Turbine Specifications ................................................................62GEK Turbine Specifications ...............................................................63OEM Turbine Specifications Turbine Specifications TED 10000494596 001 02 ........................................................68Chinese National Turbine Specifications ...........................................70ASTM D4304 06A Turbine Specifications .......................................73ISO 8068 Turbine Specifications ........................................................74Russian National Turbine Specifications TP-225 ...............................77 Slideway:European Slideway Slideway Specifications ...............................................................80Chinese National Slideway Specifications .........................................83Compressor:02/14 - Industrial - 3AIST Hydraulic Standards 126 & 127 February 1997 September 1997 Specifications126127ASTMTest MethodViscosity32, 46, 6832, 46, 68D88 & D445Viscosity Index80 Pump Test (100 hrs at 2000psi), 150 Total wear (by weight)50 mg Wear Test (40 Kg, 1800 rpm, 130 F, 1 hr) mm scar diameter mm scar diameter (MOD)RPVOT120 mins., mins., Oxidation Test, D943-Max. TAN after 1000hD943Low Temp Cycling Test ( Steel method)Pass OK at 15 FPass OK at 15 FN/AWater Emulsion Test, D1401 at 130 Fml oilml waterml emulsionminutesml oilml waterml emulsionminutes40373 3040373 30D1401Rust Prevention Test, D665APass PassD665A02/14 - Industrial - 4ASTM D6158 Standard Requirements for Mineral Hydraulic Oils 2010TestASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity grade101522324668100150D2422Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, 750 cP C, (-8)-241016D2983 (3)Viscosity index, (2)Gravity (specific)ReportD1298Appearance , visual, at 20 CClear & BrightFlash point C, Point C, Number mg KOH/g, / D664Rust prevention, 24 h rsPassD665A and D665BCopper corrosion, 3 hrs at 100 C, separabilityD1401time (mins) to 3ml emulsion max. at 54 C303030303030--time (mins) to 3ml emulsion max. at 82 C------6060Elastomer compatibility100 1 C/288 2h, SRE-NBR 1 Elastomer (DIN53 538, Part 2 or AAMA 524, Part 2)D471Relative volume change, %(1)ReportReport0 to 150 to 120 to 120 to 100 to 100 to 10Change in Shore A hardness, rating(1)ReportReport0 to -80 to -70 to -70 to -60 to -60 to -6FoamD892Seq I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, :Specifications also exist for HL, HV and HH type oils.(1) These numbers are provisional; ASTM is trying to establish a technical consensus for possible revision.(2) Test method D4052 can also be used.(3) Provision of the test method for hydraulic oils at low temperatures is being improved by subcommittee D , but the test method is - Industrial - 5ASTM D6158 Standard Requirements for Mineral Hydraulic Oils Cont d 2010TestASTMTest MethodAir releaseD3427time (mins) at 50 C, (mins) at 75 C, stability time for acid number of 2mg KOH/g, h, Sludge tendancyD4310Total insoluble sludge, mg, oil/water/sludge, mgReportThermal stabilityD2070Copper appearance, visualReportReportReport555ReportReportSteel appearance, visualReportReportReport111ReportReportSludge, mg/100mlReportReportReport252525ReportReportWear protectionD7043Weight loss vanes + ring, mg, max. at 65 6 C/100 hrs--ReportReportReport---Weight loss vanes + ring, mg, max. at 79 4 C/100 hrs-----ReportReportReportNote: Also specifications for HL, HV and HH type - Industrial - 6Chinese National Hydraulic Specifications December 2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-HL R&O Hydraulic OilsTestChinese MethodAS TM/ISO/IP (equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 34481522324668100150Density @ 20 C (1), kg/m3 GB/T 1884GB/T 1885AS TM D1298ReportColour, RatingGB/T 6540AS TM D1500ReportAppearanceVisual-Clear and BrightFlash Point (COC), CGB/T 3536AS TM D92140 , mm2/sGB/T 265AS TM C0 C140 Index (2)GB/T 1995AS TM D227080 Point (3), CGB/T 3535AS TM D97-12 Number (4), mg KOH/gGB/T 4945AS TM D974ReportWater Content, % wtGB/T 260AS TM D95Trace Impurity, % wtGB/T 511Russian OCT6370NoneCleanlinessDL/T432 GB/T 14039NAS 1638ISO 4406(5)Copper Corrosion @ 100 C, 3 hrsGB/T 5096AS TM D1301 Test @ Distilled WaterGB/T 11143AS TM 665ANo rustNote:(1) Test method can also use SH/T 0604.(2) Test method can also use GB/T 2541. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 1995 for determination.(3) It can be negotiable with the supplier in case the user has special requirements.(4) Test method can also use GB/T 264.(5) It is determined by the agreement of the supplier and user. The classifications of NAS 1638 can also be - Industrial - 7Chinese National Hydraulic Specifications Cont d December 2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-HL R&O Hydraulic Oils Cont dTestChinese MethodAS TM/ISO/IP (equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 34481522324668100150Foam (Tendency/Stability), ml/mlGB/T 12579AS TM D892 150/0 I 24 CSequence II C75/0 III 24 C (after)150/0 Release @ 50 C, minuteSH/T 0308AS TM D34275 Compatibility IndexSH/T 0305IP278/72(88)14 (Time for emulsion to 3ml)GB/T 7305AS TM D140130 C, minute82 C, minute-----30 Stability GB/T 12581 AS TM after 1000 hrs (6), mg KOH/gSludge after 1000 hrs, mgSH/T 0565AS TM D4310-ReportRPVOT @ 150 C, minutesSH/T 0193AS TM D2272ReportReport4 Ball Wear Scar (392N, 60min, 75 C, 1200rpm), mmSH/T 0189AS TM D4172ReportNote:(6) ISO 15 oil shall not be measured, but its antioxidant types and dosage shall be same with the test sample of the commercialized ISO 22 - Industrial - 8Chinese National Hydraulic Specifications Cont d December 2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-HM Snti-wear Hydraulic Oil (High Pressure and Conventional Types)TestChinese MethodAS TM/ISO/IP (equivalent)Performance SpecsL-HM (High Pressure Type)L-HM (Conventional Type)ISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 344832466810022324668100150Density @ 20 C (1), kg/m3GB/T 1884 GB/T 1885AS TM D1298ReportReportColour, ratingGB/T 6540AS TM D1500ReportReportAppearanceVisual-Clear and BrightClear and BrightFlash Point (COC), CGB/T 3536AS TM D92175 , mm2/sGB/T 265AS TM D445 90-110 90-110 135-16540 C0 C----300 Index (2)GB/T 1995AS TM D227095 Point (3), CGB/T 3535AS TM D97-15 Number (4), mg KOH/gGB/T 4945AS TM D974ReportReportWater content, %wtGB/T 260AS TM D95Trace Impurity, %wtGB/T 511Russian OCT6370NoneNoneCleanlinessDL/T 432 GB/T 14039NAS 1638 ISO 4406(5)(5)Copper Corrosion @ 100 C, 3 hrsGB/T 5096AS TM D1301 ash, %GB/T 2433ISO 3987ReportReportNote:(1) Test method can also use SH/T 0604.(2) Test method can also use GB/T 2541. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 1995 for determination.(3) It can be negotiable with the supplier in case the user has special requirements.(4) Test method can also use GB/T 264.(5) It is determined by the agreement of supplier and user. The classifications of NAS 1638 can also be - Industrial - 9Chinese National Hydraulic Specifications Con d December 2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-HM Snti-wear Hydraulic Oil (High Pressure and Conventional Types) Cont dTestChinese MethodAS TM/ISO/IP (equivalent)Performance SpecsL-HM (High Pressure Type)L-HM (Conventional Type)ISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 344832466810022324668100150Rust Test (24hrs) GB/T 11143 AS TM D665A - No rustDistilled WaterSynthetic Sea WaterGB/T 11143AS TM D665BNo rust-Foam (Tendency/Stability), ml/mlGB/T 12579AS TM D892 150/0 max. 150/0 I 24 CSequence II C75/0 III 24 C (after)150/0 Release @ 50 C, minuteSH/T 0308AS TM D34276 Compatibility IndexSH/T 0305IP278/72(88)12 max. (Time for emulsion to 3ml)GB/T 7305AS TM D140130 max. -30 max. - -54 C, minute82 C, minute---30 Stability GB/T 12581 AS TM D943 after 1500hrs, mg KOH/gTAN after 1000hrs, mg KOH/gGB/T 12581AS TM after 1000hrs, mgSH/T 0565AS TM D4310ReportReportRPVOT @ 150 C, minutesSH/T 0193AS TM D2272ReportReportFZG (A/8 3/90) Gear Test (6), FLSSH/T 0306IP 334-8010 Pump (100hrs Wt loss)(6), mgSH/T 0307AS TM D2882----100 Ball Wear Scar, mm (32N, 60min, 75 C, 1200rpm)SH/T 0189AS TM D4172ReportReportNote:(6) For L-MH oil (conventional type) it is required to run vane pump test with L-HM22 (conventional type) only when commercialized. The antioxidant types and dosage of the rest each ISO grade shall be the same with the test sample of the commercialized L-HM22 oil (conventional type). For L-HM oil (high-pressure type), it is required to run FZG and hybrid pump test with L-HM32 (high pressure type) only when commercialized. The antioxidant types and dosage of the rest each ISO grade shall be same with the test sample of the commercialized L-HM32 (high pressure type).02/14 - Industrial - 10Chinese National Hydraulic Specifications Con d December 2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-HM Snti-wear Hydraulic Oil (High Pressure and Conventional Types) Cont dTestChinese MethodAS TM/ISO/IP (equivalent)Performance SpecsL-HM (High Pressure Type)L-HM (Conventional Type)ISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 344832466810022324668100150Hybrid Pump (T6H20C) Test (6)Appendix ADenison A-TP-30533 15 max. -Total Weight loss (Vane+Pins), mgTotal Weight loss (Pistons), mg300 StabilitySH/T 0301AS TM D2619 max. -Cu Strip Weight Loss, mg/cm2Acidity of Water Layer, RatingNo grey or black discolouration-Thermal Stability (135 C, 168hrs) SH/T 0209 AS TM D2070 10 max. -Copper Rod Weight Loss, mg/200mlSteel Rod Weight Loss, mg/200mlReport-Total Sludge, mg/100ml100 of Viscosity @ 40 C, %Report-Change of Acid Number, %Report-Copper Rod VisualReport-Steel Rod VisualNo discolouration-FilterabilitySH/T 0210Denison TP-02100 600 max. -Dry (without water), sWet (with 2% water) (7), s600 Stability (after 250 cycles) Drop rate of Viscosity @ 40 C %SH/T 0103AS TM D62781 :(7) The filtration time for wet test shall be no less than two times of that for the dry - Industrial - 11Chinese National Hydraulic Specifications Cont d December 2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-HV Low-temperature Hydraulic OilTestChinese MethodAS TM/ISO/IP (equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 3448101522324668100Density @ 20 C (1), kg/m3 GB/T 1884GB/T 1885AS TM D1298ReportColour, RatingGB/T 6540AS TM D1500ReportAppearanceVisual-Clear and BrightViscosity @ 40 C, mm2/sGB/T 265AS TM Point, CGB/T 3536AS TM D92-125 (Viscosity=1500mm2/s), CGB/T 265AS TM D445-33 Index (2)GB/T 1995AS TM D2270130 Point (3), CGB/T 3535AS TM D97-39 Number (4), mg KOH/gGB/T 4945AS TM D974ReportWater Content, % wtGB/T 260AS TM D95Trace Impurity, % wtGB/T 511Russian OCT6370NoneCleanlinessDL/T432 GB/T 14039NAS 1638ISO 4406(5)Copper Corrosion @ 100 C, 3 hrsGB/T 5096AS TM D1301 Ash, %GB/T 2433AS TM 665AReportNote:(1) Test method can also use SH/T 0604.(2) Test method can also use GB/T 2541. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 1995 for determination.(3) It can be negotiable with the supplier in case the user has special requirements.(4) Test method can also use GB/T 264.(5) It is determined by the agreement of the supplier and user. The classifications of NAS 1638 can also be - Industrial - 12Chinese National Hydraulic Specifications Cont d December 2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-HL R&O Hydraulic Oils Cont dTestChinese MethodAS TM/ISO/IP (equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 3448101522324668100Rust Test, Synthetic Sea WaterGB/T 11143AS TM 665BNo rustFoam (Tendency/Stability), ml/mlGB/T 12579AS TM D892 150/0 I 24 CSequence II C75/0 III 24 C (after)150/0 Release @ 50 C, minuteSH/T 0308AS TM D34275 (Time for emulsion to 3ml)GB/T 7305AS TM D140130 C, minute82 C, minute------30 Stability (after 250 cycles) Drop rate of Viscosity @ 40 C, %SH/T 0103AS TM D627810 Compatibility IndexSH/T 0305IP278/72(88)Report16 Stability GB/T 12581 AS TM after 1500 hrs (6), mg KOH/gSludge after 1000 hrs, mgSH/T 0565AS TM D4310--ReportRPVOT @ 150 C, minutesSH/T 0193AS TM D2272ReportReportReportFZG ( ) Gear Test(7), FLSSH/T 0306IP 334-80---10 Ball Wear Scar (392N, 60min, 75 C, 1200rpm), mmSH/T 0189AS TM D4172ReportNote:(6) ISO 10 & 15 oil shall not be measured, but their antioxidant types and dosage shall be same with the test sample of the commercialized ISO 22 oil.(7) It is required to run FZG and Hybrid pump test with L-HV32 only when commercialized. The antioxidant types and dosage of the rest each ISO grade shall be the same with the test sample of the commercialized - Industrial - 13Chinese National Hydraulic Specifications Cont d December 2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-HL R&O Hydraulic Oils Cont dTestChinese MethodAS TM/ISO/IP (equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 3448101522324668100Hybrid Pump (T6H20C) Test (8), FLSAppendix ADenison A-TP-30533---15 Weight Loss (Vane + Pin), mgTotal Weight Loss (Pistons) mg---300 maxHydrolytic StabilitySH/T 0301AS TM Strip Weight Loss, mg/cm2Acidity of Water Layer, RatingNo grey or black discolourationThermal Stability (135 C, 168hrs)SH/T 0209AS TM D2070 10 Rod Weight Loss, mg/200mlSteel Rod Weight Loss, mg/200mlReportTotal Sludge, mg/100ml100 of Viscosity @ 40 C, %ReportChange of Acid Number, %ReportCopper Rod VisualReportSteel Rod VisualNo discolourationFilterabilitySH/T 0210DenisonTP-02100600 (without water), sWet (with 2% water) (8), s600 :(6) The filtration time for wet test shall be no less than two times of that for dry - Industrial - 14Chinese National Hydraulic Specifications Cont d December 2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-HS Ultra-Low Temperature Hydraulic OilTestChinese MethodAS TM/ISO/IP (equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 34481015223246Density @ 20 C (1), kg/m3 GB/T 1884GB/T 1885AS TM D1298ReportColour, RatingGB/T 6540AS TM D1500ReportAppearanceVisual-Clear and BrightViscosity @ 40 C, mm2/sGB/T 265AS TM Point, CGB/T 3536AS TM D92-125 (Viscosity=1500mm2/s), CGB/T 265AS TM D445-39 Index (2)GB/T 1995AS TM D2270130 Point (3), CGB/T 3535AS TM D97-45 Number (4), mg KOH/gGB/T 4945AS TM D974ReportWater Content, % wtGB/T 260AS TM D95Trace Impurity, % wtGB/T 511Russian OCT6370NoneCleanlinessDL/T 432 GB/T 14039NAS 1638ISO 4406(5)Copper Corrosion @ 100 C, 3 hrsGB/T 5096AS TM D1301 Ash, %GB/T 2433ISO 3987ReportNote:(1) Test method can also use SH/T 0604.(2) Test method can also use GB/T 2541. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 1995 for determination.(3) It can be negotiable with the supplier in case the user has special requirements.(4) Test method can also use GB/T 264.(5) It is determined by the agreement of the supplier and user. The classifications of NAS 1638 can also be - Industrial - 15Chinese National Hydraulic Specifications Cont d December 2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-HS Ultra-Low Temperature Hydraulic Oil Cont dTestChinese MethodAS TM/ISO/IP (equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 34481015223246Rust Test, Synthetic Sea WaterGB/T 11143AS TM 665BNo rustFoam (Tendency/Stability), ml/mlGB/T 12579AS TM D892 150/0 I 24 CSequence II C75/0 III 24 C (after)150/0 Release @ 50 C, minuteSH/T 0308AS TM D34275 (Time for emulsion to 3ml)GB/T 7305AS TM D140130 C, minuteShear Stability (after 250 cycles) Drop rate of Viscosity @ 40 C, %SH/T 0103AS TM D627810 Compatibility IndexSH/T 0305IP278/72(88)Report16 Stability GB/T 12581 AS TM after 1500 hrs (6), mg KOH/gSludge after 1000 hrs, mgSH/T 0565AS TM D4310--ReportRPVOT @ 150 C, minutesSH/T 0193AS TM D2272ReportReportReportNote:(6) ISO 10 & 15 oil shall not be measured, but their antioxidant types and dosage shall be same with the test sample of the commercialized ISO 22 - Industrial - 16DIN 51524 Part 1 (April 2006) Rust and Oxidation Protected Hydraulic Oils Grade (according to DIN 51502)HL10HL15HL22HL32HL46HL68HL100HL150ASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity Class (DIN 51519)VG10VG15VG22VG32VG46VG68VG100VG150DIN 51519Kinematic Viscosity at 0 C/(-20 C), mm2/s, (600)150300420780140025604500DIN 51562-1Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, mm2/s, 51562-1Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, mm2/s, 51562-1Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s, 51562-1Pour Point, C, max. -30-27-21-18-15-12-12-12DIN ISO 3016Flash Point (COC), C, min. 125140165175185195205215DIN EN ISO 2592Contents of undissolved matter, mg/kg, max. 50DIN ISO 5884orISO 4405:1991Water content, expressed as a proportion by mass, in %, EN ISO 12937Steel Corrosion, A PassDIN ISO 7120Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs at 100 C, EN ISO 2160Air Release, 50 C, mins., ISO 9120Demulsibility, mins., (54 C)30 (54 C)30 (82 C)DIN ISO 6614Oxidation Stability, Acidity max. mg KOH/g at 1000 ISO 51587 / DIN EN ISO 4263-1Behaviour towards the Relative SRE-NBR 1 sealant specified in DIN 53538 Part 1, after 7 days 2h at 100 1 CChange % in volume0 to 180 to 150 to 120 to 10DIN 53538-1 and DIN ISO 1817Change in Shore A hardness0 to -100 to -80 to -70 to -6DIN ISO 1817 in conjunction with DIN 53505Foam Volume, ml, max. ISO 6247 : 1998 inc Cor. 1 : 1999Sequence I150/0Sequence II75/0Sequence III150/002/14 - Industrial - 17DIN 51524 Part 1 (April 2006) Cont d Rust and Oxidation Protected Hydraulic Oils Grade (according to DIN 51502)HL10HL15HL22HL32HL46HL68HL100HL150ASTMTest MethodDensity at 15 C , in Kg/m3To be specified by supplierDIN 51757Ash (oxide ash), expressed as a proportion by mass, in %To be specified by supplierDIN 51575 orDIN EN ISO 6245Neutralization number (acid or alkaline), in mg KOH/gTo be specified by supplierDIN 51558-1 orDIN 51558-2Cleanliness Class21 / 19 / 16ISO 4406 : 1999Wet Filtration E DIN ISO 13357-1F1, min %70F2, min %50Dry Filtration E DIN ISO 13357-2F1, min %80F2, min %6002/14 - Industrial - 18DIN 51524 Part 2 (April 2006) Anti-wear Hydraulic OilsGrade (according to DIN 51502)HLP10HLP15HLP22HLP32HLP46HLP68HLP100HLP150ASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity ClassVG10VE15VG22VG32VG46VG68VG100VG150DIN 51519Kinematic Viscosity at 0 C/(-20 C), mm2/s, (600)150300420780140025604500DIN 51562-1Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, mm2/s, 51562-1 51562-1Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s, 51562-1Pour Point, C, max. -30-27-21-18-15-12-12-12DIN ISO 3016Flash Point (COC), C, DIN ISO EN 2592Cleanliness Class21 / 19 / 16ISO 4406 : 1999Contents of undissolved matterexpressed as a proportion by mass, mg/kg, ISO 5884 ISO 4405 : 1991Water content, expressed as a proportion by mass, in % m/m, EN ISO 12937Steel Corrosion Method A PassDIN ISO 7120Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs at 100 C, max. 2DIN ISO EN 2160Air Release, 50 C, mins., max. 510132132DIN ISO 9120Demulsibility, mins., max. 20 (54 C)30 (54 C)30 (82 C)DIN ISO 6614FZG : Load Stage Fail, 51354-2Vane Pump Wear, mg, max. DIN ISO EN 20703Ring-120-Vanes-30-Oxidation Stability, Acidity max. mg KOH/g at 1000 51587 or DIN EN ISO 4263-1Behaviour towards the Relative SRE-NBR 1 sealant specified in DIN 53538 Part 1, after 7 days 2h at 100 1 CChange % in volume0 to 180 to 150 to 120 to 10DIN 53538-1 and DIN ISO 1817Change in Shore A hardness 0 to -100 to -80 to -70 to -6DIN ISO 1817 in conjunction with DIN 5350502/14 - Industrial - 19DIN 51524 Part 2 (April 2006) Cont d Anti-wear Hydraulic OilsGrade (according to DIN 51502)HLP10HLP15HLP22HLP32HLP46HLP68HLP100HLP150ASTMTest MethodFoam Volume, ml, max. ISO 6247 : 1998inc. cor. 1: 1999Sequence I150/0Sequence II75/0Sequence III150/0Density at 15 C Kg/m3To be specified by supplierDIN 51757Ash (oxide ash), expressed as a proportion by mass, in % To be specified by supplierDIN 51575 or DIN EN ISO 6245Neutralization number (acid or alkaline), in mg KOH/gTo be specified by supplierDIN 515581 or DIN EN ISO 51558-2Dry Filtration E DINISO 13357-2F1, min. %80F2, Filtration E DINISO 13357-1F1, min. %70F2, - Industrial - 20DIN 51524 Part 3 (April 2006) HVLP Hydraulic OilsGrade (according to DIN 51502)HVLP10HVLP15HVLP22HVLP32HVLP46HVLP68HVLP100HVLP150ASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity Class ISO VG 10ISO VG 15ISO VG 22ISO VG 32ISO VG 46ISO VG 68ISO VG 100ISO VG 150DIN 51519Kinematic Viscosity at -20 C, mm2/sTo be specified by supplierDIN 51562-1Kinematic Viscosity at 0 C, mm2/sTo be specified by supplierDIN 51562-1Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, mm2/s 51562-1 Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/sTo be specified by supplierDIN 51562-1Viscosity Index, ISO 2909Pour Point, C, max. -39 -39 -39 -30 -27 -24 -21 -18DIN ISO 3016Flash Point, C, EN ISO 2592Cleanliness Class 21 / 19 / 16ISO 4406 : 1999Contents of undissolved matter, expressed as a proportion by mass, mg/kg, ISO 5884 or ISO 4405 : 1991Water content, expressed as a proportion by mass, in % (m/m), EN ISO 12937Steel Corrosion, max. Pass Method ADIN ISO 7120Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs at 100 C max. Maximum corrosion rating: 2DIN EN ISO 2160Air Release, 50 C, mins., max. 5132132DIN ISO 9120Demulsibility, 54 C, mins., max. 20 (54 C)30 (54 C)30 (82 C)DIN ISO 6614Oxidation Stability, Acidity max. mg KOH/g at 1000 51587 or DIN EN ISO 4263-1Behaviour towards the SRE-NBR 1 sealant specified in DIN 53538 Part 1, after 7 days 2h at 100 1 CISO 6247:1998 I : 1999Change % in volume0 to 180 to 150 to 120 to 10Change in Shore A hardness0 to -100 to -80 to -70 to -6Foam Volume, ml, max. ISO 6247 : 1998Sequence I150/0Sequence II75/0Sequence III150/002/14 - Industrial - 21DIN 51524 Part 3 (April 2006) Cont d HVLP Hydraulic OilsGradeHVLP10HVLP15HVLP22 HVLP32HVLP46HVLP68HVLP100HVLP150ASTMTest MethodBehaviour in FZG gear rig test- 10DIN 51354-2 or DIN ISO 14635-1Loss of mass, in mg after mechanical Ring- 120-DIN 51389-2test by vane-pump Vane- 30-Relative Viscosity loss at 40 C and 100 C after 20 hrs, %To be specified by supplierDIN 51350-6Density at 15 C, in g/ml To be specified by supplierDIN 51757Ash content (oxide ash) or sulphate ash, as a percentage by massTo be specified by supplierDIN 51575 or DIN EN ISO 6245Neutralization number (acid or alkaline), in mg KOH/g To be specified by supplierDIN 51558-1 or DIN 51558-2Dry Filtration E DINISO 13357-2F1, min. %80F2, Filtration E DINISO 13357-1F1, min. %70F2, - Industrial - 22German Steel Industry Specifications SEB 181222 January 2007Hydraulic Oil TypeHLP 22HLP 32HLP 46HLP 68HLP 100ASTM Test MethodKinematic Viscosity, mm2/s. at 0 C, be specifiedDIN 51562-1 at 40 C 10%22324668100 at 100 C, IndexReportDIN ISO 2909Pour Point, C, ISO 3016Flash Point, C, EN ISO 2592Oil Cleanliness 321 / 18 / 15ISO 4406-99Water Content, Vol, -%, ISO 12937Rust Prevention, B No CorrosionDIN ISO 7120Copper Corrosion (3 hrs at 125 C), 1DIN EN ISO 2160Oxidation Stability, Acidity max. mg KOH/g at 1000 hrs 51587 in connection with DIN 51 558-1Behaviour towards the SRE-NBR 1 sealant specified in DIN 53538 part 1, after 7 days at 100 CRelative change in volume, % to +8DIN 53538-1 / ISO 1817Shore A hardness, to -6DIN 53505Contents of undisolved matter, mg/kg50SEB 181322Air Release, mins., (50 C)10 (50 C)15 (75 C) 4DIN ISO 9120 Foam volume, ml, max. Sequence I100/0ISO 6247 Sequence II 50/0 Sequence III 100/0 02/14 - Industrial - 23German Steel Industry Specifications SEB 181222 Cont d January 2007Hydraulic Oil TypeHLP 22HLP 32HLP 46HLP 68HLP 100ASTM Test MethodDemulsibility at 54 C, time to 38ml oil, mins., ISO 6614Final state, , ml42-38-0Demusability at 40 C, time to 38ml oil, be specifiedDIN ISO 6614Final state, mlTo be specifiedFZG Gear Testing ( )DIN ISO 14635-1Load Stage Fail, Work Related Weight Change, mg/ KWhTo be specified by supplierVane Pump Wear, mg, max. Ring60 DIN EN ISO 20763 Vanes15Density at 15 C, kg/m3To be specifiedDIN 51757Ash % massTo be specifiedDIN EN ISO 6245Neutralisation No., mg KOH/g To be specifiedDIN 51558-1Filterability Without water, %60ISO 13357-2With water, %60ISO 13357-1PCB Content, mg/kg, detection limitDIN EN 12766Halogen Content, %, ISO 15597 or DIN 51 408-1PAK (PAH) Content, analysis02/14 - Industrial - 24ISO 11158 Hydraulic Fluids 2009TestHLHMHVASTMTest MethodViscosity grade (ISO 3448)101522324668100150101522324668100150101522324668100150Kinematic Viscosity at -20 C, mm2/s, max. (1)600-------600-------ReportISO 3104 / 3105 at 0 C, mm2/s, max. (1)9015030042078014002560450090150300420780140025604500Report at 40 C, mm2/s, min/max. (1) at 100 C, mm2/s, min. (1) IndexReportReport140120ISO 2909Density at 15 C, kg/m3ReportReportReportISO 3675ColourReportReportReportISO 2049Appearance at 25 CClear & BrightClear & BrightClear & BrightVisualCleanliness(1)(1)(1) Flash Point (COC), C, 2592Pour Point, C, max-30-27-21-18-15-12-12-12-30-27-21-18-15-12-12-12-39-39-39-30-27-24-21-18ISO 3016Total Acid Number, mg KOH/g, 6618 or ISO 6619Water content, %m/m, 6296 / 12937 / 20764Water separation (2)ISO 6614time to 3ml emulsion at 54 C, mins., to 3ml emulsion at 82 C, mins., corrosion, 100 C, 3 hrs, class, 2160Rust prevention, 24 hrs. ISO 7120Procedure APassPassPassProcedure BReportPassReportPassReportPassNote:(1) The requirements of the cleanliness of the hydraulic fluid is system-dependent. Cleanliness level expressed according to ISO 4406 may be established by agreement between the supplier and the end-user. It should be noted that the fluid is exposed to various influences during transport and storage; the cleanliness level required for the system should be guaranteed by careful filtering of the hydraulic fluid when filling.(2) This method is not required for fluids with detergent - Industrial - 25ISO 11158 Hydraulic Fluids Cont d 2009TestHLHMHVASTMTest MethodViscosity grade (ISO 3448)101522324668100150101522324668100150101522324668100150Foam TestISO 6247Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, ReleaseISO 9120at 50 C, mins., 75 C, mins., compatibility, NBR 1, 100 C, 168 hrs. (3)ISO 6072relative increase in volume0 to 180 to 150 to 120 to 100 to 180 to 150 to 120 to 100 to 180 to 150 to 120 to 10change in shore A hardness0 to -100 to -80 to -70 to -60 to -100 to -80 to -70 to -60 to -100 to -80 to -70 to -6Oxidation Stability, 1000 4263-1increase acid number, mg KOH/g, sludge, mgReportReportReportWear Protection, FZG , fail stage---10-10ISO 14635-1Vane pump, ISO 20763, procedure Aweight loss cam ring, mg, loss vanes, mg, , dryISO 13357-2Stage I, %, II, %, , wetISO 13357-1Stage I, %, II, %, Stability, tapered roller bearing, 20 hrs, 60 C CEC L-45-A-99loss in kinematic viscosity at 40 C, %--Reportloss in kinematic viscosity at 100 C, %--ReportNote:(3) The definition of compatibility for types of elastomers other than NBR1 ( FPM, EPDM, AU) may be agreed between the supplier and the end user.(4) Test method will become ISO - Industrial - 26MAG Cincinnati Machine Anti-wear Hydraulic Specifications 2000SpecificationsP-68 (HM-32)P-69 (HM-68)P-70 (HM-46)ASTM Test MethodViscosity ClassificationISO VG 32ISO VG 68ISO VG 46ASTM Gravity at 60 F30 to 3329 to 3128 to D287Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 to to to D445Viscosity Index, D2270Colour, D1500Flash Point (COC), F, D92Fire Point (COC), F, D92Acid Number, mg KOH/g, D974Steel Corrosion, ratingPassPassPassASTM D665AVickers pump wear testASTM D2882Total Ring and Vane Wt. Loss, mg, Thermal StabilityCCM A Change in Kinematic Viscosity, %, Number change, %, max. 50 50 50Sludge, mg/100ml, Rod Visual, Rod Deposits per 200ml, mg, Rod weight loss per 200ml, mg, Rod Visual, CM rating, Rod deposits per 200ml, mg, Rod weight loss per 200ml, mg, - Industrial - 27MAG Cincinnati Machine Hydraulic Specifications 2000SpecificationsP-38 (HL-32)P-54 (HL-68)P-55 (HL-46)P-57 (HL-150)ASTM Test MethodViscosity ClassificationISO VG 32ISO VG 68ISO VG 46ISO VG 150ASTM Gravity at 60 F30 to 3329 to 3128 to to 30ASTM D287Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 to to to to 165ASTM D445Viscosity Index, D2270Colour, D1500Flash Point (COC), F, D92Fire Point (COC), F, D92Acid Number, mg KOH/g, D974Steel Corrosion, ratingPassPassPassPassASTM D665ACM Thermal Stability TestCCM A Change in Kinematic Viscosity, %, Number increase, mgKOH/g, , mg/100ml, Rod Visual, Rod Deposits per 200ml, mg, Rod weight loss per 200ml, mg, Rod Visual, CM rating, Rod Deposits per 200ml, Rod weight loss per 200ml, mg, - Industrial - 28Parker Denison Hydraulic Requirements - TP30560 19 April 2012Test HF-0HF-1HF-2HF-3HF-4HF-5HF-6ASTMTest MethodViscosity cSt at 40 CReportReportReport65 to 140ReportReportReportD445Viscosity cSt at 100 CReportReportReportReportReportReportReportD445Viscosity index, min90909090909090D2270Gravity (specific)840 to 900840 to 900840 to 900900 to 9701050 to 1090950 to 1300840 to 900Zinc, % Point, C -20 C -20 C -20 C -20 CD97PH at 25 to Point> 100 C (2)> 100 C (2)> 100 C (2)> 100 C (2)D611Flash Point, CReportReportReportReportD92Water %37 to 4540 to 45Acid NumberReportReportReportReportD664Rust TestDistilled WaterNo rustNo rustNo rustNo rustNo rustNo rustNo rustD665ASynthetic Sea Water No rustNo rustNo rustNo rustNo rustNo rustNo rustD665BFoamD892Allowable Foam after 10mnNoneNoneNoneNoneNoneFilterability(1) Filtration Time without water(3)(3)(3) (3) (4)TP-02100Filtration Time with 2% water(3)(3)(3) (3) (4)(Denison) FilterabilityStage 2 - Dry oils %> 60> 60> 60ISO 13357 Part 2Stage 2 - Wet oils %> 50> 50> 50ISO 13357 Part 1Note:(1) Denison Instructions: Consult Standard TP-02100.(2) If < 100 C to do seal test DIN 51524.(3) 600 seconds maximum. Do not exceed twice the filtration time without water.(4) Increasing in Dry Phase: 100mbar, in Wet Phase: - Industrial - 29Parker Denison Hydraulic Requirements - TP30560 Cont d 04 April 2012Test HF-0HF-1HF-2HF-3HF-4HF-5HF-6ASTMTest MethodDemulsibility at 54 C40/37/3 (30 minutes)40/37/3 (30 minutes)40/37/3 (30 minutes)40/37/3 (30 minutes)D1401Sludge and CorrosionD4310 (5)Neutralisation Number after 1000 hrs mg KOH1 mg KOH1 mg KOH1 mg KOHInsoluble Sludge mg100 mg100 mg100 mgTotal Copper mg200 mg200 mg200 mgThermal StabilityCINCINNATIP70 (ISO 46)After 168 hrs at 135 CSludge Wt. loss10 mg10 mg10 mg10 mgCopper rod ratingReportReportReportReportHydrolytic StabilityD2619Copper specimen wt. loss mg/cm2Acidity of Water Layer mg mg mg mg KOHFZG, Load stage before damage, m/m9 Pass9 Pass9 Pass9 PassDIN 51524 Part 2DeaerationASTM 3427 orNFT 60-149 @ 30 cSt constantISO 32 @ 41 C< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 minISO 46 @ 50 C< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 minISO 68 @ 59 C< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 min< 7 minPump Wear max. (vanes + pins)15 mg15 mg15 mgT6H20CPump Wear max. for 9 pistons300 mg300 mg300 mgT6H20CShear Test (High VI only)15 %15 %15 %15%KRL (20 hrs)T6H20C(6)(6)(6)(6)after 307 hrsT6H20C(6)(6)(6)(6)after 608 hrsNote:(5) Instructions available on request: Same as used in military specification MIL-H-24459 Appendixes A & B.(6) Viscosity at 40 C (Start - End) > 40 cSt for ISO 46 (-8 cSt).02/14 - Industrial - 30General Motors Hydraulic Lubricant Standards November 2004SpecificationsAnti-wear Hydraulic OilZinc-Free Anti-wear Hydraulic OilASTMTest MethodProduct Code LH-02-1-04LH-03-1-04LH-04-1-04LH-06-1-04 LH-02-1-04LH-03-1-04LH-04-1-04LH-06-1-04 ISO Viscosity grade2232466822324668D2422Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 at 100 C mm2 D445Viscosity at 0 C mm2/s 30042078014003004207801400D 5133Viscosity GravityReportReportD287Flash Point (COC), C175190195175190195D92Pour Point, C-21-18-15-12-21-18-15-12D97FoamSequence I50/050/0Sequence II50/050/0D892Sequence III50/050/0Water separability, 30 mins., Release at 50 C (IP 313), Corrosion, 3 hrs at 100 C1b1bD130Steel Corrosion, Method BPassPassD665Life TOST, hrs to TAN of mg KOH/g15001500D943Cleanliness, as received, 4406Acid number, in final product, ppm, , as received, ppm stabilityD2070Acid number change, % max. +/- 50 +/- 50Viscosity change, 40/100 C, % max. 55Sludge, mg/100ml rod colour (Cin. Mil), weight loss, mg rod colour (Cin. Mil), discolourationNo discolouration02/14 - Industrial - 31General Motors Hydraulic Lubricant Standards Cont d November 2004SpecificationsAnti-wear Hydraulic OilZinc-Free Anti-wear Hydraulic OilASTMTest MethodProduct Code LH-02-1-04LH-03-1-04LH-04-1-04LH-06-1-04 LH-02-1-04LH-03-1-04LH-04-1-04LH-06-1-04 Compatibility with SRE-NBR 1 seals DIN 53538 (168 hrs, 100 C)D471Volume change %0 to 150 to 120 to 100 to 150 to 120 to 10Shore A hardness change0 to -80 to -70 to -60 to -80 to -70 to -6FZG Fail10 FailDIN 5182FilterabilityTP-02100Without water, sec., 2% water, to exceed double the time without waterNot to exceed double the time without waterHydrolytic stabilityD2619Cu weight loss, mg/cm2 of water layer, mgKOH, 35VQ25 Pump TestVickersM-2952-SIP 281Ring Wear, mg, Wear, mg, Pump TestT6H20CRing and vane wearHF-0 ApprovalHF-0 ApprovalPiston wear02/14 - Industrial - 32JCMAS HK (JCHASP 041:2004) Hydraulic Fluid for Construction Machinery June 2007RequirementsNormal Temperature UseLow Temperature UseTest MethodVG32VG46VG32WVG46WASTMOthersISO Viscosity gradeVG32VG46VG32VG46D2422ISO3448Physica l and Chemical PropertiesFlash Point, CReportD92ISO2592Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, Viscosity at 100 C, cSt, Index, Point, C, Temperature Viscosity (Brookfield), -25 C5000 -20 CD2883JPI5S26Foaming Tendency / StabilityD892ISO6247at 24 C, ml, / 0at C, ml, / 0at 24 C after C, ml, / 0Shear Stability, Viscosity Loss Ratio at 100 C, %, Stability (TOST:95 C, 1000 hrs.)D943ISO4263Acid Number Increase, mgKOH/g, , Characteristics (synthetic sea water, 24 hrs.)No rust to be identifiedD665ISO7120Elastomer Compatibility (NBR, 120 C, 240 hrs.)(1)D2240D471ISO13226Change in Hardness, Grade, in Tensile, %, in Elongation, %, in Volume, %, - +30Elastomer Compatibility (AU, 120 C, 240 hrs.)(2)D2240D471ISO13226Change in Hardness, Grade-5 to +5Change in Tensile, %, in Elongation, %, in Volume, %-5 to +5Aniline Point, C, , Komatsu Method, mins., for 1st test and 30 for 2nd test-JCMAS P043Copper Corrosion (100 C, 3 hrs), :(1) NBR in this specification is a low nitrile type elastomer specified in ISO13226.(2) AU in this specification is a urethane type elastomer specified in JCMAS - Industrial - 33Note:(3) High pressure piston pump performance are evaluated in komatsu HPV35 or Rexroth A2F10.(4) Vane pump performance are evaluated in Vickers 35VQ25 or Vickers V104C.(5) Friction characteristics performance are evaluated in micro clutch test or SAE No 2 HK (JCHASP 041:2004) Hydraulic Fluid for Construction Machinery Cont d 2004RequirementsNormal Temperature UseLow Temperature UseTest MethodVG32VG46VG32WVG46WASTMOthersMechan ical Test RequirementsLoad Carrying CapacityD2783JP15S32Four-Ball weld load, 30g/1200rpm/75 C/1 hr, N, Preventive PropertiesLoad Carrying capacityJP15S40Four-Ball scar diameter, mm, Carrying CapacityD5182DIN51354 Part 2FZG A/8, 3/90, Stage, pressure piston Pump Test(3)Komatsu HPV 35+35 Pump Test ( hrs.)Pass (evaluate change of flow rate and used oil and wear of pump parts)JCMAS P044OR Rexworth A2F10 Pump Test(3)(35MPa/1500rpm/80 C/13L/Cu hrs.)JCMAS P045Viscosity Increase Ratio, %, Number Increase, mgKOH/g, , Filter, mg/100ml, B 9931Vane Pump Test(4)D6973Vickers 35VQ25 Pump TestRing Wear, mg, Wear, mg, Vickers V104C Pump TestD2882Wear (ring + vane), mg, CharacteristicsJCMAS P047 Micron Clutch Test, SAE clutch Test (1000 cycles), s, min.(5) P04702/14 - Industrial - 34SAE MS1004 Type H Hydraulic Oil Specifications October 2010SpecificationsHL Rust and OxidationHM Anti-wearHC (AW + Coolant Compatible)ASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity grade10152232466810010152232466810010152 2324668100D2422Viscosity at 40 C, mm2/sISO Grade +/- 10%ISO Grade +/- 10%ISO Grade +/- 10%D445Viscosity Index, @ 15 C, g/mlTo be specified by supplierTo be specified by supplierTo be specified by supplierD287Flash Point (COC), C, Point, C, I, II, III, separability @ 54 C, min., max. 303060303060303060D1401Water separability @ 82 C, min., Release (IP 313), mins., Corrosion, 3 hrs. at 100 C, max. 222D130Steel Corrosion, Method A or BPassPassPassD6651000 hrs. TOST, TAN mg KOH/g, w/at water for environmentally acceptable fluids222D943-04AOxidation stability, max increase in TAN at 1500h mg , as received, 4406Neutralization number, mg KOH/g, be specified by supplierTo be specified by supplierTo be specified by supplierD664Water content, ppm, content by ICP, ppmTo be specified by supplierTo be specified by supplierTo be specified by supplierD5185SulfurTo be specified by supplierTo be specified by supplierTo be specified by supplierD4294Coolant Compatibility TestN/AN/A 2Volume of MRF seperated from hydraulic fluid in 1h, mlWater content of oil phase, % - Industrial - 35Note:(1) The definition of compatibility for types of elastomers other then NBR 1 ( FPM, EPDM, AU) may be agreed between the supplier and the stabilityD2070Acid number change, %, max.+/- 50+/- 50+/- 50Viscosity change, 40/100 C, %, max. 555Sludge, mg/100ml, rod colour (Cin. Mil), weight loss, mg, rod colour (Cin. Mil), discolourationNo discolourationNo discolourationCompatibility with SRE-NBR 1 sealsD471DIN 53538 (168 hrs, 100 C)(1)Volume change %0 to 180 to 150 to 120 to 100 to 180 to 15 0 to 12 0 to 100 to 180 to 15 0 to 12 0 to 10Shore A hardness change0 to -100 to -80 to -70 to -60 to -100 to -8 0 to -7 0 to -60 to -100 to -8 0 to -7 0 to -6FZG fail11 failD5182Hydrolytic stabilityD2619Cu weight loss, mg/cm2 of water layer, mg KOH, 35VQ25 Pump TestD2882Ring + Vane Wear, mg, Hannifin-Denison Vane and Piston Pump TestHF-1HF-0HF-0T 6HZOCSAE MS1004 Type H Hydraulic Oil Specifications Cont d October 2010SpecificationsHL Rust and OxidationHM Anti-wearHC (AW + Coolant Compatible)ASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity grade10152232466810010152232466810010152 2324668100D242202/14 - Industrial - 36AGMA 9005-E02 Anti Scuff / Anti-wear Oils December 2002 TestASTMRequirementsTest MethodISO Viscosity gradeD24223246681001502203204606801000-3 200> 3200Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 at 100 C, mm2/sD445ReportViscosity index, fluid dynamic viscosity at cold start-up, mPa/s, ,000Flash Point, C, to aging at 121 C - max., % increase in kinematic viscosity at 100 CD2893681015ReportWater content, ppm, suppressionD8925 MinutesBlow10 Minutes Settle5 Minutes10 MinutesVolume of foam (ml), max., after:BlowSettleSeq I at 24 C5007510Seq II at C5007510Seq III at 24 C5007510CleanlinessNone visualMust be free of visible suspended or settled contaminants at the time it is installed for useWater separationD2711(Procedure B)% H2O in oil after 5 hr test, after centrifuging, ml, free H2O collected during entire with 90 ml H2O, ml, prevention, Part BD665PassCopper corrosion prevention, 3 hrs @ 100 C, rating, load capacity, FZG visual method, , fail stage, min. D51821012>1202/14 - Industrial - 37AIST Requirements No. 224 Lead Free Gear Oil 2010 Gravity, D28725 Index, D227095 Number, D91TracePour Point, D97-9 C max. (based on viscosity)Flash Point (COC), D92ISO Grade 150 and C Grade 68 and C hrs. Copper Strip Corrosion, D1301b Test (A & B), D665PassS-200 Oxidation - 312 hrs. at 121 C (250 F)Viscosity Increase at 100 C (210 F)6% Number After , D2711Free ml ml in Test, D2783Load Wear Index45 kg Point250 kg Wear Test, D226620 kg. at 1800 rpm for 1 hr, 55 CScar Diameter mm Load Arm Test, D278260 lbs - Four Square Gear Test11th stage - Industrial - 38Chinese National Specification GB 5903-2011Technical Requirements and Test Methods of L-CKBTestChinese MethodISO/AS TM (Equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity grade GB/T 3141ISO 3448100150220320Viscosity @ 40 C, mm2/sGB/T 265AS TM Index, 1995(1)AS TM D227090 Point (Open cup, COC), CGB/T 3536AS TM D92180 Point, CGB/T 3535AS TM D97-8 , % wtGB/T 260AS TM D95Trace Impurity, % wtGB/T 511Russian Corrosion @ 100 C, 3 hrsGB/T 5096AS TM D1301 Test Synthetic Sea WaterGB/T 11143AS TM D665BNo rustOxidation Stability, Time for TAN to mgKOH/g, hrsGB/T 12581AS TM D943750 @ 150 C, 0193AS TM D2272ReportFoamGB/T 12579AS TM D892 75/10 I, 24 CSeq II, C75/10 III, 24 C (after)75/10 max. Demulsibility (82 C)GB/T 8022AS TM D2711 in Oil, % volEmulsion layer, Separated Water, min. Note:(1) Test method can also use GB/T 2541. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 1995 for determination. 02/14 - Industrial - 39Chinese National Specification GB 5903-2011 Cont dTechnical Requirements and Test Methods of L-CKCTestChinese MethodISO/AS TM (Equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 344832466810015022032046068010001500Visc osity @ 40 C, mm2/sGB/T 265AS TM (1)-Bright & ClearViscosity @ 100 C, mm2/sGB/T 265AS TM D445ReportViscosity IndexGB/T 1995 (2)AS TM D227090 for Apparent Viscosity to 1500,000 mPa s, CGB/T 11145AS TM D2983(3)Pour Point, CGB/T 3535AS TM D97-12 Point (Open Cup, COC), CGB/T 3536AS TM D92180 , % wtGB/T 260AS TM D95Trace Impurity, % wtGB/T 511Russian 12579AS TM D892Seq I 24 C50/0 II C50/0 III 24 C (after)50/0 Corrosion @ 100 C, 3 hrsGB/T 5096AS TM D1301 (82 C)GB/T 8022AS TM D2711Water in Oil, % layer, Separated Water, :(1) A sample of 30ml-50ml is put into a clean measuring cylinder for 10 minutes at ambient temperature, then observed under normal light.(2) Test method can also use GB/T 2541. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 1995 for determination.(3) This item shall be tested according to the user s - Industrial - 40Chinese National Specification GB 5903-2011 Cont dTechnical Requirements and Test Methods of L-CKC Cont dTestChinese MethodISO/AS TM (Equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 344832466810015022032046068010001500Rust Test @ Synthetic Sea WaterGB/T 11143AS TM D665BNo rustOxidation Stability (95 C, 312hrs)SH/T 0123AS TM D2893Increase of Viscosity @ 100 C, %6 , , OK Load, N (lb)GB/T 11144AS TM D2782200 (45) , Failure Load StageSH/T 0306IP 334-8010 min.> 12 Stability (gear test) (90 C/6 stages/2980rpm, 20hr/800g sample) Viscosity @ 40 C after shear, mm2/sSH/T 0200IP351-81To stay within the range of each viscosity grade02/14 - Industrial - 41Chinese National Specification GB 5903-2011 Cont dTechnical Requirements and Test Methods of L-CKDTestChinese MethodISO/AS TM (Equivalent)Performance SpecsISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 3448681001502203204606801000Viscosity @ 40 C, mm2/sGB/T 265AS TM (1)-Bright & ClearViscosity @ 100 C, mm2/sGB/T 265AS TM D445ReportViscosity IndexGB/T 1995 (2)AS TM D227090 for Apparent Viscosity to 1500,000 mPa s, CGB/T 11145AS TM D2983(3)Pour Point, CGB/T 3535AS TM D97-12 Point (Open Cup, COC), CGB/T 3536AS TM D92180 , % wtGB/T 260AS TM D95Trace Impurity, % wtGB/T 511Russian 12579AS TM D892Seq I 24 C50/0 II C50/0 III 24 C (after)50/0 Corrosion @ 100 C, 3 hrsGB/T 5096AS TM D1301b (82 C)GB/T 8022AS TM D2711Water in Oil, % layer, Separated Water, :(1) A sample of 30ml-50ml is put into a clean measuring cylinder for 10 minutes at ambient temperature, then observed under normal light.(2) Test method can also use GB/T 2541. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 1995 for determination.(3) This item shall be tested according to the user s - Industrial - 42Chinese National Specification GB 5903-2011 Cont dTechnical Requirements and Test Methods of L-CKD Cont dTestChinese MethodISO/AS TM (Equivalent)ISO Viscosity GradeGB/T 3141ISO 3448681001502203204606801000Rust Test @ Synthetic Sea WaterGB/T 11143AS TM D665BNo rustOxidation Stability (95 C, 312hrs)SH/T 0123AS TM D2893Increase of Viscosity @ 100 C, %6 , , OK Load, N (lb)GB/T 11144AS TM D2782267 (60) , Failure Load StageSH/T 0306IP 334-8012 min.> 12 Stability (gear test) (90 C/6 stages/2980rpm, 20hr/800g sample) Viscosity @ 40 C after shear, mm2/sSH/T 0200IP351-81To stay within the range of each viscosity grade4 Ball TestGB/T 3142AS TM D2783Weld Load Pd, N (kgf)2450 (250) , N (kgf)411 (45) Scar (196N, 1 hr, 54 C, 1800rpm), mmSH/T 0189AS TM - Industrial - 43DIN 51517 Part 3 - Lubricating Oils CLP August 2011Lubricant TypeCLP 32CLP 46CLP 68CLP 100CLP 150CLP 220CLP 320CLP 460CLP 680CLP 1000CLP 1500ASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity grade 32466810015022032046068010001500-Viscosi ty at 40 C, mm2 EN ISO 3104Viscosity Index9085DIN/ISO 2909Flash Point (COC), C180200DIN EN ISO 2592Pour Point C-12-9-3DIN/ISO 3016Neutralisation Number, mg KOH/gReportDIN 51558-1Density at 15 C, kg/m3ReportDIN 51757Water Content, %< maxDIN 51777-2Foam after 10 mins., Sequence I, II & III100/10150/60ISO 6427Water Separability @ 54 C, mins., 3030--------DIN ISO 6614Water Separability @ 82 C, mins., Corrosion, 3 hrs at 100 C1 EN ISO 2160Steel Corrosion, Method APassDIN/ISO 7120Oxidation Stability, 95 C for 312 hrsDIN EN ISO 4263-4Increase in viscosity at 100 C, %6 number, % Scuffing Test, Fail ISO 14635-1FAG FE-8 bearing wear testDIN 51819-3Roller wear, mg30 wear, mgReportCompatibility with Seals SRE-NBR 28, 7 days @ 100 CDIN ISO 1817Relative change in volume, % to +10Change of Shore A hardness, % to +5Change of Tensile strength, % of Elongation, % - Industrial - 44Siemens Specification for Flender Gear Oils December 2013Revision 14 Sustainibility proofs of performance (to be established by test results)To use for the test the following Viscosity of a homologous rowQuantity of test oil (Litre)Mineral oilsPG oilsOther oilsLowestDefinedHighestObtained LimitsAFZG Scuffing test in accordance with DIN ISO 14635-1 ( ) (b)A 5AAACriteria: Failure load stage > 12FE-8 rolling bearing test in accordance with DIN 51819-3 (D-7,5/80-80) (b)A 5AAARoller wear: mwk50 < 30mg and mwkmax <60mg as well as the declaration of the grade , Cage wear: reportCompatibility with internal coating (P22-8050, Nuvopur Aqua Primer ) in accordance to Test specification for oil compatibility with the gear inside coating in Flender gear units . Revision 1 (b)A2 + 2AAATest and evaluation are carried out by the paint manufacturerCompatibility with liquid sealing compound (Loctute128068) (b)A1AAATest and evaluation are carried out by the sealing compound manufacturerFLENDER - oil foam test in acc. ISO 12152 Original oil with mixtures of 2% and 4%I: Mineral oil, PAO, synth. Ester with Castrol Alpha SP 220S Running-in-oilII: PG with Trbol 1390 running-in-oil (b)A 5AAATotal volume 1 minute after motor was switched off: 115%Air-oil dispersion 5 minutes after motor was switched off: 110%FVA micropitting test FVA 54 VIITwo tests are to be carried out on the working and non-working flanks of a gear pair, tooth form C, at 90 C oil injection temperature, on the FZG gear test rig. (b)A70AAALoad Stage test: Both flanks after LS9: Ffg < 7,5 m and GF < 15% Endurance test: At least two regarding Ffg and GF evaluable LS10-steps, if necessary endurance test can run on the back flank also (Ffg total - Ffg after LS8 ) / z10 2 m (GF total - GF after LS8 ) / z10 5%Number of LS10-steps in the endurance test, which are regarding Ffg and GF evaluabe: z10Compatibility with elastomer shaft seals Static test a) 72 NBR 902 b) 75 FKM 585 c) 75 FKM 260466Test has to be carried out in accordance with test description FB 73 11 008 Static and dynamic compatibility tests of oils with Freudenberg Simmerrings for the approval of use in FLENDER GEAR UNITS . Revision 05 (b) (c) A A A A A A 1 + 1 1 + 1 1 + 1 A A A A A A A ATest and evaluation are carried out by the elastomer manufacturer02/14 - Industrial - 45Note:(1) Flender has a basic requirment for oil to meet CLP quality in accordance with DIN 51517 Part III. Latest DIN specification is dated June 2009.(2) Must use specified laboratory as mandated by Siemens.(3) For details on seals ratings please refer to the Freudenberg Test Document FB 73 11 008 Revision Specification for Flender Gear Oils December 2013Revision 14 Sustainibility proofs of performance (to be established by test results)To use for the test the following Viscosity of a homologous rowQuantity of test oil (Litre)Mineral oilsPG oilsOther oilsLowestDefinedHighestObtained LimitsCompatibility with elastomer shaft seals Dynamic test a) 72 NBR 902 / 2 RWDR (n=2000 rpm) b) 75 FKM 585 / 2 RWDR (n=3000 rpm) c) 75 FKM 585 / 3 RWDR (n=3000 rpm) d) 75 FKM 585 / 3 RWDR (n=1500 rpm) e) 75 FKM 260466 / 2 RWDR (n=3000 rpm)Test has to be carried out in accordance with test description FB 73 11 008 Static and dynamic compatibility tests of oils with Freudenberg Simmerrings for the approval of use in FLENDER GEAR UNITS . Revision 05 (b) (c) A A A A A 2 2 2 2 2 A A A A B A A A B ATest and evaluation are carried out by the elastomer manufacturerFE-8 rolling bearing test in accordance with (d-7,5/80-xx) xx - individually defined oil temperatureB 5BBBRoller wear: mwk50 <30mg and wmkmax <60mg as well as the declaration of the grade , Cage wear: reportFVA micropitting test FVA 54 VIITwo tests are to be carried out on the working and non-working flanks of a gear pair, tooth form C, at individually defined oil injection temperature, on the FZG gear test rig. (b)B70BBBLoad Stage test: Both flanks after LS9: Ffg < 7,5 m and GF < 15% Endurance test: At least two regarding Ffg and GF evaluable LS10-steps, if necessary endurance test can run on the back flank also (Ffg total - Ffg after LS8 ) / z10 2 m (GF total - GF after LS8 ) / z10 5%Number of LS10-steps in the endurance test, which are regarding Ffg and GF evaluabe: z10Compatibility with elastomer shaft seals Dynamic test a) 72 NBR 902 / 2 RWDR (n=2000 rpm) b) 75 FKM 585 / 2 RWDR (n=3000 rpm) c) 75 FKM 585 / 3 RWDR (n=3000 rpm) d) 75 FKM 585 / 3 RWDR (n=1500 rpm) e) 75 FKM 260466 / 2 RWDR (n=3000 rpm)Test has to be carried out in accordance with test compatibility tests of oils with Freudenberg Simmerrings for the approval of use in FLENDER GEAR UNITS , Revision 05 with individually defined oil temperature B B B B 2 2 2 2 B B B B B B B B Test and evaluation are carried out by the elastomer manufacturer02/14 - Industrial - 46ISO 12925-1:1996 Enclosed Gears of Category CKC 1996*TestSpecificationsASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity gradeVG 32VG 46VG 68VG 100VG 150VG 220VG 320VG 460VG 680VG 1000VG 1500ISO 3448AppearanceBright& ClearBright& ClearBright& ClearBright& ClearBright& ClearBrightBrightBrightBrightBrightBright(1)Viscosity index, 2909Pour Point C, 3016Flash Point C, 2592Foaming tendancy / stability, max. ml100/10100/10100/10100/10100/10100/10100/10100/10100/10100/10100/10ISO 6247Copper corrosion, 3 hrs at 100 C, 2160Demulsibility:ASTM D2711Method: Appendix X2 modification(90 ml water at start):Free water, min. ml8080808080808080808080Emulsion, max. ml11111111111Water-in-oil, max. ml22222222222Rust Test: Methods A and BPassPassPassPassPassPassPassPassPassPassPassISO 7120Oxidation stability at 95 CASTM D2893Viscosity increase at 100 C, max. %66666666666Precipitation number, propertyFZG A/8, 3/90 CFail stage, 51354-2Note:(1) There is presently no accepted test method. Visual observation is to be reported as indicated. The objective is to ensure that the lubricant does not appear turbid or contain suspended or settled 12925-1 Standard also covers other types of gear oils. Refer to official standard for further information.* :2002 (E) - issued 15 February - Industrial - 47SEB 181226 Industrial Gear Specifications September 2007-09SpecificationsCLP Type OilsASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity grade68100150220320460680D2422Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 Index, 2909Density @ 15 C, g/mlReport51757Flash Point (COC), C, 2592Pour Point, C, 3016Water separability @ 54 C, mins., max. 10ISO 6614Water separability @ 82 C, mins., max. 10203040ISO 6614Air Release (IP 313), mins., 9120FoamISO 6247Sequence I50/0Sequence II50/0Sequence III50/0Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs. at 125 C, max. 1ISO 2160Steel Corrosion, Method A or BPass51585Aging behaviour, TAN after 1000 hrs. at 95 C, mg KOH/g number, mg KOH/g content, % volumeBelow limit of quantitive detectabilityISO 3733Content of undissolved matter, max. mg/kg 50SEB 181322Compatibility with SRE-NBR 1 seals DIN 53538 (168 hrs, 100 C)53521Volume change %0 to 853538-1Shore A hardness change0 to -653505FZG , PassDIN ISO 14635-1FAG FE-8 roller bearing wear, 80kN51819-3Roller wear, mg, wear, mgReportConradson Carbon residue, % content, % content, mg/kgCurrent detection limit12766PAK (PAH) content, mg/kg10GC-MS-Analysis02/14 - Industrial - 48GM Lubricant Standards for Industrial Gear 2004PropertyValueTest MethodProduct Code LR-10406101522324668ISOASTMDINOtherISO Viscosity Grade681001502203204606803448D242251519BS 4231AGMA Grade2EP3EP4EP5EP6EP7EP8EPAGMA 9005Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, 110135 165198 242288 352414 506612 7483104 3105D44551550 51561 51562IP 71 BS 188Kinematic Viscosity at 100 CReportViscosity Index, Point, C 15Flash Point, C 36PropertyValueTest MethodFor all product codes:ISOASTMDINOtherCopper Corrosion (3 hrs at 100 C), 154Thermal StabilityAcid Number Change, , Change, 40/100 C, % , mg/100 ml Rod Colour (Cin. Mil.), Weight Loss, mg Rod Colour (Cin. Mil.) (report for 680)5 (10 for 680)25510No DiscolourationD2070 (except 75 ml of oil 101 C, 72 hrs)Cin. Mil. Proc. B02/14 - Industrial - 49GM Lubricant Standards for Industrial Gear - Cont d 2004PropertyValueTest MethodFor all product codes:ISOASTMDINOtherOxidation Stability (121 rather than 95 C)Vis. increase at 100 C, %, of glassware after (12% for ISO 680)ReportD2893FZG Test, failure stage 166 IP 334Cleanliness, as received, 1117Timken OK Load, kg, 240Rust Preventing CharacteristicsPass (no Rust)7120D665B51585IP 135DemulsibilityWater in Oil after 5 hrs, %, After Cntrfg., ml Free Water, ml, Tendency (per D892)Sequence I, II and III, 146Four-Ball EPLoad Wear Index, kg Load, kg Wear (20 kg load)Wear Scar Diameter, mm With SRE-NBR 1Seals (DIN 53538), (168 hrs, 100 CVolume change, %Shore A hardness change-10 to 10-7 to 10181786860727619D4715352153505CETOPRP 81HIP 278BS 483202/14 - Industrial - 50GM Lubricant Standards for Industrial Gear - Cont d 2004PropertyValueTest MethodFor all product GravityReportD287Preciption Number, , as received, ppm Stocks RequirementsVirgin or RerefinedTot. PolyNuclear Aromatics, ppm 8270*Residual Elements (As, B, Ca, Mn, Mg, Na, Fe, Ni, Si, Cu, Sn, Cd, Cr, Pb, Ba, Zn), ppm max total/ each P, ppm Chlorinated BiphenylsNot DetectableEPASW-846TN 8082*Total Organic Halogens, ppm max5EPASW-846TN 9253*MutagenicityFold IncreaseMutagenicity Index, maxMutag. Potency Index, maxReport1ReportE 1687ModifiedAmes(or skinpainting) * or other methods as agreed upon by the LS2 committee and supplier02/14 - Industrial - 51Fives Cincinnati Machine Gear Lubricant SpecificationsSpecificationsP-63 (C-68)P-76 (C-100)P-77 (C-150)P-74 (C-220)P-59 (C-320)P-35 (C-460)P-34 (C-680)P-78 (C-1000)P-39(Worm Gear Oil)ASTM Test Gravity (at 60 F)22 Min. (Typ)22 Min. (Typ)22 Min. (Typ)22 Min. (Typ)22 Min. (Typ)22 Min. (Typ)22 Min. (Typ)22 Min. (Typ)22 Min. (Typ)ASTM D287Viscosity SystemISO VG 68ISO VG 68ISO VG 150ISO VG 220ISO VG 320ISO VG 460ISO VG 680ISO VG 1000ISO VG 220-1000ASTM D2422(SUS at 100 F)317-389481-588722-8821047-12831533-18762214-27192837-34674815-5885ASTM D2161(Centistokes at 40 C) 320 288-352ASTM D445ISO 460 414-506ISO 680 612-748ISO 1000 900-1100Viscosity Index85 D2270Flash ( )340 F F F F F F F F F D92Pour Point10 F F F F F F F D97Timken Test, Lbs45 D2782Rust TestPassPassPassPassPassPassPassPassPassASTM D665Thermal Stability TestPrecipitate or SludgeNoneNoneNoneNoneNoneNoneNoneNone25 mg/100 ml Max. Increase5% Max. Increase5% Max. Increase5% Max. Increase5% Max. Increase5% Max. Increase5% Max. Increase5% Max. Increase5% Max. IncreaseASTM D2161 (P-74)Condition of Steel Colour mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. MaxCondition of Copper RodVisual5 Colour mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. mg. - Industrial - 52Air Compressor Lubricant Standard DIN 51506 October 2012Oil ClassificationsCompressed Air Temperature C maximumFor compressors on moving equipment for brakes, signals and tippersFor compressors with storage tanks and pipe network systemsVDL220220VCVCL220160(1)VBVBL140140Note: (1) Some types of compressors up to 180 C with VCL or engine - Industrial - 53Air Compressor Lubricant Standard DIN 51506 October 2012Lube Oil GroupVB and VBLASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity grade22324668100150220320460Kinematic Viscosity, 51562-1 tototototototototoat 40 C, mm2/s, 100 C, mm2/s, Point (COC), C, min. 175195205210225255ISO 2592Pour Point, C, max. -9-30ISO 3016Ash, % m/m, max. VB: oxide ashISO 6245DIN 51675Water soluble acidsNeutralDIN 51558TAN, mg KOH/g max. VB: (VBL to specified by supplier)DIN 51558 Part 1 Water, % Mass 51777-2% Mass CRC max. after air 51352 Part 1% Mass CRC max. of 20%distillation residueNot requiredDIN 51535Note:Grades VB and VC are pure mineral oils. Grade VDL contains additives to increase aging resistance. Grades VBL and VCL are HD type engine oils which are used as mineral - Industrial - 54Air Compressor Lubricant Standard DIN 51506 September 1985Lube Oil GroupVDLASTMTest MethodISO Viscosity grade324668100150Kinematic Viscosity DIN 51562-1at 40 C, mm2 to to to to 110135 to 165at 100 C, mm2/s, min. ReportFlash Point (COC), C, 2592Pour Point, C, max. -9-3ISO 3016Ash, % mass, max. Sulphated ash to be specified by supplierDIN 51575Water soluble acids NeutralDIN 51558TAN, mg KOH/g, be specified by supplierDIN 51558 Part 1Water, % 51777-2% mass CRC max. after air aging Not requiredDIN 51352 Part 1% mass CRC max. after air/Fe2O3 aging 51352 Part 2% mass CRC max. of 20% distillation residue 51356Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C max. of 20% distillation residue mm2/sMaximum of five times the value of the new oilDIN 5153502/14 - Industrial - 55General Motors Compressor Lubricant Standards November 2004Specifications TypeCompressor and turbine oilsSynthetic compres sor / turbine oil - ester basedSynthetic compressor / turbine oil - non esterASTMTest MethodProduct Code LJ-03-1-04LJ-04-1-04LJ-06-1-04LJ-10-1-04LJ-03-2-04LJ-04-2-04LJ-06-2-04LJ-10-2-04LJ-03-3-04LJ-04-3-04LJ-06-3-04LJ-10-3-04ISO Viscosity grade 324668100324668100324668100-Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 at 100 C, mm2/sReportD445Viscosity GravityReportD287Flash Point (COC), C 190195200210D92Pour Point, C-10-20-1525-20D97Auto ignition temperature, C I50/0Sequence II50/0Sequence III50/0Water Seperability, 30 mins., Corrosion, 3 hrs. at 100 C1b1b1bD130Steel Corrosion, Method BPass D665Life TOST, hrs. to TAN of mg KOH/g2000Report2000D943Cleanliness, as received, 4406Thermal stabilityD2070Acid Number change, %, max.+/- 50 (or )Viscosity change, 40/100 C, % , mg/100ml, rod colour (Cin. Mil), weight loss, mg Rod Colour (Cin. Mil), Discolouration02/14 - Industrial - 56General Motors Compressor Lubricant Standards Cont d November 2004Specifications TypeCompressor and turbine oilsSynthetic compressor / turbine oil - ester basedSynthetic compressor / turbine oil - non esterASTMTest MethodProduct CodeLJ-03-1-04LJ-04-1-04LJ-06-1-04LJ-10-1-04LJ-03-2-04LJ-04-2-04LJ-06-2-04LJ-10-2-04LJ-03-3-04LJ-04-3-04LJ-06-3-04LJ-10-3-04Four-Ball wear 40kg, mwsd, mm, pointReportD611Compatibility with SRE-NBR 1 seals D471(DIN 53538) (168 hrs, 100 C)Volume change %-10 to 10Shore A hardness change-7 to 10Conradson Carbon residue, % - Industrial - 57SAE MS I003-2 Compressor Oils January 2004RequirementsMineral oil basedEster basedPolyalphaolefin basedASTMTest MethodType of lubricating oil DAADABDACDAGDAHDAJDEADEBDECDEGDEHDEJDPADPBDPCDPGDPHDPJISO Viscosity ClassificationsVG 32-320VG 32-150VG32-100D2422Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, mm2/sISO Grade 10%ISO Grade 10%ISO Grade 10%D445Viscosity IndexReportReport130 minD2270Pour Point, C -4 -20 -35D97Flash Point, CVG 32 175VG 32 220VG 32 210D92VG 46 185VG 46 230VG 46 230VG 68 195VG 68 240VG 68, 100 250VG 100 - 320 205VG 100 - 150 250Demulsibility40/37/340/37/340/37/3D1401Demulsibility-D2711Water in oil after 5 hrs-ReportReportReport 1%Emulsion after centrifuge-ReportReportReport 2 mlTotal free water-ReportReportReport 60 mlWater content, ppm 200 500 500D95D1744Corrosive effect on steelNot exceeding degree of corrosion ISO 7120 - 0 - ANot exceeding degree of corrosion ISO 7120 - 0 - ANot exceeding degree of corrosion ISO 7120 - 0 - AD665ACorrosive effect on copper 3 hrs at 100 CNot exceeding degree of corrosion 1B: ISO 2160 - 100A3Not exceeding degree of corrosion 1B: ISO 2160 - 100A3Not exceeding degree of corrosion 1B: ISO 2160 - 100A3D130Foam Volume, in I 20/0 20/0 20/0Sequence II 50/0 50/0 50/0Sequence III 50/0 50/0 50/0Oxidation stability TAN < 2 hrs100020003000100020003000100015002000100015002000200030004000200030004000D943Auto Ignition Temperature, C380 minE-65902/14 - Industrial - 58SAE MS I003-2 Compressor Oils Cont d February 2012RequirementsEster basedEster basedPolyalphaolefin basedASTMTest MethodType of lubricating oil DAADABDACDAGDAHDAJDEADEBDECDEGDEHDEJDPADPBDPCDPGDPHDPJDensity at 15 C in g/mlReportReportReportD4052D1298Four-Ball Wear Test (40kg load) wear scar diameter, mmNA towards sealant. Relative change in % volume-10 to +10-10 to +10-10 to +10D471Behaviour towards sealant. Change in Shore hardness-7 to +10-7 to +10-7 to +10D471Level of Contamination by solid particles, 4406Thermal Stability-D2070Comparative IR ScanReportReportReportAcid Number or +- 50% Change 5% 5% 5%Sludge, mg / 100 ml 25 25 25Copper rod colour 5 5 5Copper weight loss, mg 10 10 10Steel rod colour (Cinn, Mil.)1 number to be run on base oil only,mg Carbon residue to be run on base oil only, - Industrial - 59DIN 51515 Part 1 and Part 2 February 2010SpecificationsDIN 51515-1DIN 51515-2ASTMTest MethodL-TD - for normal serviceL-TG - for high temperature serviceISO Viscosity grade3246681003246-Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 3104Viscosity Index, 2909Density at 15 C g/mlTo be given by supplierTo be given by supplierISO 3675Flash Point (COC), C, 2592Pour Point, C, 3016Neutralisation Value mg KOH/g To be given by supplierTo be given by supplierISO 6618FoamISO 6247Sequence I450/0Sequence II50/0Sequence III450/0Air Release (IP 313), mins., limit5DIN 9120Steam Demulsibility, sec., 51589-1Copper CorrosionISO 21603 hrs at 100 C2 hrs at 125 C2 Corrosion, Method APassPassISO 7120Life TOST, hrs. to TAN of mg KOH/g, 4263-1RPVOT, mins., D2272RPVOT (modified), % of time in unmodified test, D2272Purity, 4406Water content, mg/kg, 12937Ash (oxide ash), % massTo be given by supplierTo be given by supplierISO 624502/14 - Industrial - 60AIST Turbine Standard RequirementsSpecifications120Turbine Oil125R&O Circulating OilASTMTest MethodViscositySuitable for turbine applicationSuitable for applicationViscosity Index, Gravity, Point, F, (depending on location)20 (lower, dependent upon application)D97Flash Point (COC), F, Prevention, Method APassPassD665Oxidation TestNot to exceed neutralization number at 2000 hrsNot to exceed neutralization number after 1000 hrsD943RPVOT, mins., Characteristics @ 130 FMinutesml Oilml Waterml EmulsionMinutesml Oilml Waterml EmulsionD1401 2040373 4040373Vickers 104E Pump TestD2271Vane pump, wear loss, mg, @ 125 FD2711Free water, ml, , ml, in oil, %, - Industrial - 61British Standard Specifications BS 489: 1999 R&O Turbine OilsTestTOTOTOTOASTM Test MethodISO Viscosity grade (BS 4231)324668100BS referenceTechnicallyidentical withKinematic Viscosity, at 40 C, mm2/sBS EN ISO Index, 2000: Part 226IP 226/77Flash Point (COC), C, EN 22592IP 34Pour Point, C, 2000: Part 15IP 15Demulsificationnumber, sec., max. 300300360360BS 2000: Part 19IP 19Copper CorrosionClassifications1BS EN ISO 2160(3 hrs. at 100 C)IP 154(3 hrs. at 100 C)Acid NumbermgKOH/g, 2000 : Part 177IP 1Method ARust-PreventingCharacteristicsPassBS 2000 : Part 135Procedure B (24 hr test), as amendedby appendix A IP 135 procedure B (24 hr test), as amended by appendix AFoaming Characteristics:Foaming Tendency, mlBS2000: Part 146IP 146Sequence I, II, III, Stability after 10 mins., mlSequence I, II, III, Air Release Value,minutes to aircontent at 50 C, 2000: Part 313IP 313Oxidation Characteristics:BS 2000: Part 280IP 280Total Oxidation Products(TOP) % (m/m), % (m/m), - Industrial - 62SEB Turbine SpecificationsSpecificationsSEB 181229-1Sep-07SEB 181229-2Sep-07ASTMTest MethodTurbine typeTD Gas and Steam turbine oils for normal temperature rangeTDP Gas and Steam EP turbine oils for normal temperature rangeISO Viscosity grade ISO 32ISO 46ISO 68ISO 100ISO 32ISO 46ISO 68ISO 100Kinematic Viscosity, at 40 C, mm2/s32 1032 10BS EN ISO 3104Viscosity Index, 2909Density at 15 C kg/m ReportReportDIN 51757Flash Point (COC), C, EN ISO 2592Pour Point, C, 3016Zinc contentZinc freeZinc freeNeutralisation Value, mgKOH/gReportReportDIN 51558-1FoamISO 6247Sequence I450/0450/0Sequence II100/0100/0Sequence III450/0450/0Air Release at 50 C, mins., 51381Demulsibility with WaterDIN ISO 6614Time to at 54 C, mins., to at 40 C, mins., Demulsibility, sec., 51589-1Copper CorrosionDIN EN ISO 21603 hrs at 100 C, rating, hrs 150 C, ratingReportReportSteel Corrosion, Method APassPassDIN EN ISO 2160Life TOSTDIN 51587TAN after 500 hrs, mgKOH/g, after 1000 hrs, mgKOH/g, (oxide ash), % massReportReportDIN EN ISO 6245Water Content, %NoneNoneDIN ISO 3733Purity, 4406FZG , DIN 51354-2Failure load stage 8Work related weight change, mg/kWhReportIR Diagramis to be providedis to be providedDIN 51451Content of PCB, mg/kg current detection limit current detection limitDIN 51527-1Content of Total Halogens, % mass, 51577-2Content of Lead, & mass current detection limit current detection limitDIN 51827Content of PAK (PAH), mg/kg, Analysis02/14 - Industrial - 63GEK Turbine Specifications SpecificationsGEK 107395aGEK 32568HGEK 32568HGEK 46506EASTMTest MethodMay-01April-13April-13March-07Turbine typeSingle shaft STAG, high temperatureGas, High temperatureGas, High temperature, PAGSteamISO Viscosity gradeISO 32--ISO 32-Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 - at 100 C mm2/s- index, at 15 C to -D1298Flash Point (COC), C, Point, C, D97Colour, Value mg KOH/g, / D974Foam--D892Seq I50/050/025/0Seq II50/050/00/0Seq III50/050/00/0Air Release, mins., Time to at 54 C, mins., Corrosion, 3 hrs @ 100 C, Corrosion, Method APassPassPassD665Steel Corrosion, Method BPass---Life TOST, hrs. to TAN of mg KOH/g, > 2000D943Specific Gravity--Report-D4052(TAN) Total Acid Number, Characteristics 212 F/100 CViscosity Change @ 121 C, 13 days, Stability by rotating Pressure Vessel (minutes), Stability by rotating Pressure Vessel (Modified), of time in unmodified test -D2272Thermal Conductivity, 40 C, watts/m K, - Industrial - 64GEK Turbine Specifications Cont dSpecificationsGEK 107395aGEK 32568HGEK 46506EASTMTest MethodMay-01April-13March-07Turbine typeSingle shaft STAG, high temperatureGas, high temperatureSteamRPVOT, minutes, (modified), % of time in unmodified test, >250D2272D2272Carbon residue Ramsbottom, %, Gravity29-3929 - 39D287Water content, % wt., E203Evaporation Loss (149 C), % wt., D972AIGN, C, E659Thermal stability, Change in Viscosity, %Total PrecipitationReportCM ThermalTest APanel Coker Test, 320 F sump, 400 F panelReport - Coking ValueFTM 791a-3462Volatility / Oil thickeningReportDIN 5135602/14 - Industrial - 65OEM Turbine Specifications 1SpecificationsALSTOM HTGD 90 117 V0001 XSolar ES 9-224 WASTMTest MethodJanuary 20121st February 2007ISO Viscosity gradeISO 32ISO 46ISO 68ISO 32ISO 46-Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 index > 90D2270Density at 15 C kg/m3, / D1298Flash Point (COC), C, Point227232Auto ignition temperature, C, Point, C, 6D97Neutralisation Value mg KOH/gD664 / D974Without EP additive, EP additive, I300/050/0Sequence II50/050/0Sequence III300/050/0Air Release at 50 C, min, Time to at 54 C, mins., max.< 3030 max. to 40-40-0D1401Steam Demulsibility, sec., max.< 300DIN 51589-1Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs. at 100 C, Corrosion, Method BPassPassD665Life TOST, hrs. to TAN of mg KOH/g2000 TOST, hrs. to TAN of mg KOH/g2000 , mins.> 300ReportD2272PurityClass --/18/1516/14/12ISO4406Water content mg/kg, max.< 200D1533 / D174402/14 - Industrial - 66OEM Turbine Specifications 1 Cont dSpecificationsALSTOM HTGD 90 117 V0001 XSolar ES 9-224 WASTMTest MethodJanuary 20121st February 2007FilterabilityISO 13357-2Level 1%At least 93Level 2%At least 85Zinc Content, ppm, , failure load stage 8 (1) 6 7D5182Four-Ball wear, 40kg/1 hr/75 C/1200rpm, mwsd, mm, Resistivity, min. at 20 C, mReportD4308 / D1169Note:(1) Additional requirements on turbine oils used in gear - Industrial - 67OEM Turbine Specifications 2SpecificationsSiemens TLV 9013 04Siemens TLV 901305ASTMTest MethodMay 2010Turbine Oils with normal thermal stabilityMay 2010Turbine Oils with higher thermal stabilityISO Viscosity gradeISO 32ISO 46ISO 32ISO 46-Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 index 90 90D2270Density at 15 C kg/m3, / D1298Flash Point (COC), C, min.> 200> 200D92Pour Point, C, max-6-6D97Neutralisation Value mg KOH/g, Sequence I 450/0 450/0D892Air Release at 50 C, mins., Time to at 54 C, mins., max. 3030D1401Steam Demulsibility, sec., 51589-1Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs at 100 C, Corrosion, Method BPassPassD665Life TOST, hrs to TAN of mg KOH/g, , mins., 20/17/14 20/17/14ISO4406Water content mg/kg, max. 200200D1533 / D1744FZG Test, failure load stage 8(1) 8(1)D5182Note:(1) Additional requirements on turbine oils used in gear - Industrial - 68MAN TED 10000494596 001 02 - Turbine Specification November 2011Lubrication PropertiesParameterRequirementTest MethodViscosityISO VG 46 (Standard MAN Diesel & Turbo SE)ISO VG 32 and ISO VG 68Only with approval by MAN Diesel & Turbo SEDIN 51 562-1DIN EN ISO 3104ASTM D445Viscosity indexmin. 95DIN ISO 2909ASTM D2270Densityat 15 C (59 F) : g/cm3DIN 51 757ISO 3675ASTM D1298Appearancelight and clearvisually10 cm layer thicknessColour 2DIN ISO 2049ASTM D1500Flashpoint 180 C (355 F)DIN ISO 2592ASTM D92Pour PointAt least 10 C lower than the minimum ambient temperature of the oil system, in no case, however, higher than -9 C (16 F)DIN EN ISO 3016ASTM D97Total acid number (TAN)without EP additive : mg KOH/gwith EP additive : mg KOH/gASTM D664Neutralization indexwithout EP additive : mg KOH/gwith EP additive : mg KOH/gDIN 51 558-1ASTM D974DIN EN ISO 2160ISO 6618 / 6619Ash (oxide ash) by massDIN EN ISO 6245ASTM D482Metals / Organometalic compoundsZn / Cu : 5 mg/kgOthers : 10 mg/kgoptionalWater content 150 mg/kgDIN 51 777-1DIN EN ISO 12937ATSM D1744Water separation property after steam treatment 300 secDIN 51 589Water seperation property at 54 C40-40-0: 20 minDIN ISO 6614ASTM D1401Air release property at 50 C (122 F) 5 min / ISO VG 68: 6 minDIN ISO 7120ISO 9120ASTM D3427Corrosive effect on copper100 C / 3h : 2DIN EN ISO 2160ASTM D3427Corrosion protection properties in synthetic seawaterMethod B : PassedDIN ISO 7120ASTM D665Solid foreign m filter: 50 mg/kgMembrane filtrationFouling class 17 / 15 / 12 6 7ISO 4406NAS 1638SAE AS 4059Foaming characteristicsFoam formationFoam stability (10 min) 150 / 50 / 150 ml0 / 0 / 0 mlDIN 51 566ASTM D892(Sequence 1 - 3)ISO 6247 - Seq. 102/14 - Industrial - 69MAN TED 10000494596 001 02 - Turbine Specification December 2011Load carrying capacity / load stageParameterRequirementsTest MethodLoad carrying capacity (load stage)Specified by the competent design departments for machines with gear unit depending on the machine type (see Point 1). For machinery without special gear unit requirements a load stage of 6 shall be maintained in any case (1) Load stage 7 shall be observed for screw compressor units As a standard rule, load stage 8 shall be observed for machinery with load gear unit requirements In case of higher load stage requirements which have to be stipulated by the gear unit manufacturer, special lubricants with high load carrying capacity have to be D5182 ISO 14 635 1IP 334MAN TED 10000494596 001 02 - Turbine Specification December 2011Oxidation and temperature stability propertiesParameterStandard requirementsHigherrequirementsTest MethodTOST aging stabilityLoad carrying capacity (load stage) 4000 hrs 6000 hrs (1)DIN 51 587ASTM D943ISO 4263RPVOT oxidation stability(Rotating Pressure Vessel Oxidation Test) 450 min. 600 min. (1)ASTM D2272Temperature stabilitiy behaviour of turbine oils (2)Good stability, low tendency to form filmsMAN LTAT(in-house standard method)Note:(1) Turbines and turbo compressors with higher thermal requirements.(2) This MAN Diesel & Turbo SE in-house investigation method is applied by department RMC as a standard feature for testing the suitability of hitherto unknown products or new - Industrial - 70Chinese National Turbine Specifications GB11120-2011 December 2011Technical requirements of L-TSA and L-TSETestPerformance SpecificationsTest MethodClass AClass BISO Viscosity Grade324668324668100GB/T 3141AppearanceClear & BrightClear & BrightVisualColour, ratingReportReportGB/T 6540Viscocity @ 40 C, mm2 265Viscosity Index90 1995(a)Pour Point(b), C-6 3535Density @ 20 C, kg/m3ReportReportGB/T 1884GB/T 1885(c)Flash Point (COC), C186 3536Acid Number, mg 4945(d)Water content, % 11133(e)Foam (Tendency/Stability)(f),ml/mlSeq I 24 CSeq II CSeq III 24 C (after)450/0 12579Air Release @ 50 C, minute5 max. SH/T 0308Copper Corrosion@ 100 C, 3 hrs1 5096Rust Test @ 24 hrsNo RustNo RustGB/T 11143(B)Demulsibility (Time for emulsion to 3ml)54 C, minute82 C, minute15 max. 30 max. 15 max. 30 max. 30 7305RPVOT(g), minutesReportReportSH/T 0193Oxidation StabilityTAN after 1000hrs, mg KOH/gTime for TAN to mg KOH/g, hrsSludge after 1000hrs, 1000 min. GB/T 12581GB/T 12581SH/T 0565Load Capacity(h)FZG ( ), Fail Stage8 min. GB/T , %85 0805WetPassReportCleanliness(i)-/18/15Re portGB/T 14039Note:(a) Test method can also use GB/T 2541. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 1995 for determination.(b) It can be negotiable with the supplier for lower temperature.(c) Test method can also use SH/T 0604.(d) Test method can also use GB/T 7304 and SH/T 0163. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 4945 for determination.(e) Test method can also use GB/T 7600 and SH/T 0207. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 11133 for determination(f) Record the foam at 300s for Seq I and III. Record the foam at 60s for Seq II.(g) This value is useful for oil monitoring. If is below 250min, it s abnormal.(h) Test method can also use SH/T 0306. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T for determination.(i) The automatic particle can be calibrate by GB/T 18854. (Recommend using DL/T 432 to calculate and measure - Industrial - 71Chinese National Turbine Specifications GB11120-2011 December 2011Technical requirements of L-TGA and L-TGETestPerformance SpecificationsPerformance SpecificationsTest MethodL TGAL TGEISO Viscosity Grade324668324668GB/T 3141AppearanceClear & BrightClear & BrightVisualColour, ratingReportReportGB/T 6540Viscocity @ 40 C, mm2 265Viscosity Index90 1995(a)Pour Point(f), C-6 3535Density @ 20 C, kg/m3ReportReportGB/T 1884GB/T 1885(c)Flash Point (COC), COpen Cup (COC), CClose Cup (PMCC), C186 3536GB/T 261Acid Number, mg 4945(d)Water content, % 11133(e)Foam (Tendency/Stability)(f),ml/mlSeq I 24 CSeq II CSeq III 24 C (after)450/0 12579Air Release @ 50 C, 0308Copper Corrosion@ 100 C, 3 hrs1 5096Rust Test @ 24 hrsNo RustNo RustGB/T 11143(B)RPVOT(g), minutesReportReportSH/T 0193Oxidation StabilityTAN after 1000hrs, mg KOH/gTime for TAN to mg KOH/g, hrsSludge after 1000hrs, 12581GB/T 12581SH/T 0565Load Capacity FZG (90). Fail stage-8 (h)FilterabilityDry, %85 min85 minSH/T 0805WetPassPassCleanliness(i)-/17/14 14039Note:(a) Test method can also use GB/T 2541. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 1995 for determination.(b) It can be negotiable with the supplier for lower temperature.(c) Test method can also use SH/T 0604.(d) Test method can also use GB/T 7304 and SH/T 0163. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 4945 for determination.(e) Test method can also use GB/T 7600 and SH/T 0207. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 11133 for determination(f) Record the foam at 300s for Seq I and III. Record the foam at 60s for Seq II.(g) This value is useful for oil monitoring. If is below 250 min., it s abnormal.(i) The automatic particle can be calibrate by GB/T 18854. (Recommend using DL/T 432 to calculate and measure particle.(h) Test method can also use SH/T 0306. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T for determination02/14 - Industrial - 72Chinese National Turbine Specifications GB11120-2011 December 2011Technical requirements of L-TGSBTestPerformance SpecificationsTest MethodL TGSBISO Viscosity Grade324668GB/T 3141AppearanceClear & BrightVisualColour, ratingReportGB/T 6540Viscocity @ 40 C, mm2 265Viscosity Index90 1995(a)Pour Point(b), C-6 3535Density @ 20 C, kg/m3ReportGB/T 1884GB/T 1885(c)Flash Point (COC), COpen Cup (COC), CClose Cup (PMCC), C200 3536GB/T 261Acid Number, mg 4945(d)Water content, % 11133(e)Foam (Tendency/Stability)(f),ml/mlSeq I 24 CSeq II CSeq III 24 C (after)450/0 12579Air Release @ 50 C, 0308Copper Corrosion@ 100 C, 3 hrs1 5096Rust Test @ 24 hrsNo RustGB/T 11143(B)Demulsibility (time for emulsion to 3ml) 54 C, minute30 7305RPVOT, minutes750 0193Modified RPVOT (g), %85 minSH/T 0193RPVOT(g), minutes750 0193High Temperature Oxidation Stability (175 C, 72h)AS TM D4636(h) Viscosity Change, %Report TAN Change, mgKOH/gReport Metal Weight Change, mg/cm2 Steel Aluminium Cadmium Copper Magnesium StabilityTime for TAN to mg KOH/g, hrs3500 12581FilterabilityDry, %85 minSH/T 0805WetPassCleanliness(j)-/17/14 14039Note:(a) Test method can also use GB/T 2541. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 1995 for determination.(b) It can be negotiable with the supplier for lower temperature.(c) Test method can also use SH/T 0604.(d) Test method can also use GB/T 7304 and SH/T 0163. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 4945 for determination.(e) Test method can also use GB/T 7600 and SH/T 0207. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method GB/T 11133 for determination(f) Record the foam at 300s for Seq I and III. Record the foam at 60s for Seq II.(g) Clean & dry nitrogen is led into 300ml oil sample at 121 C, 2L/H for 48 the oil sample according to SH/T 0193, the result is expressed as the ratio of handled oil sample to fresh oil sample, and stated as a percentage.(h) Test method can also use GJB 563. In case of disputed results, it is required to use method ASTM D4636 for determination.(j) The automatic particle counter can be calibrate by GB/T 18854. (Recommend using DL/T 432 to calculate and measure - Industrial - 73ASTM D4304 13 Turbine Specification 2013PropertyASTM Test MethodLImitsPhysical:ISO viscosity gradeASTM Colour, ratingD2422D150032Report46Report68Report 100ReportSpecific Gravity at CFlash point C, point, C, (a)Report180-6Report180-6Report180-6Repo rt180-6Water Content, m%, , cSt (mm2/s) 40 110Visual examination at 20 C Clear & BrightChemical:Total Acid Number, mg KOH/g, max. performanceD974(b)ReportReportReportRepo rtEmulsion characteristics:at 54 C, minutes to 3 mL emulsion, 82 C, minutes to 3 mL emulsion, (c)30 30 30 60Foaming characteristics:Sequence 1, tendency/stability, mL, release, 50 C, minutes preventing characteristicsD665, Procedure BPassPassPassPassCopper corrosion, 3 hrs at 100 C, stability(D)Hours to neut. No. to 175 kPa drop, TOST Sludge, mg, Elastomer compatability SRE NBR1, or SRE-NBR-28P or SRE-NBR-28PX (168 2h at 100 C 1 C)ISO 6072Volume change % min. to to 15-4 to 15-4 to 15N/AVolume change % min. to to 8-8 to 8-8 to 8N/A1000-h TOST, Total acid number, mg KOH/g, at the delivery stage, 440618/16/1318/16/1318/16/1318/16/13Note :(a) Lower pour point may be required for some applications.(b) Test Method D664 may be ued as an alternative test method.(c) Applies only to steam turbine oils and combined cycle turbine oils.(d) Test Method D943 is the accepted test method for oxidation stability of new steam turbine oils. It is recognized that Test Method D943 is a lengthy procedure. Test Method D2272 is a shorter test for quality control. See for significance of Test Method are additional requirements for type II and III turbine - Industrial - 74ISO 8068 Turbine Specification L-TSA and L-TGA September 2006PropertyUnitViscocity classTestMethod324668Viscosity class 324668ISO 3448ColourRatingReportISO 2049AppearanceRatingClear & BrightvisualKinematic viscosity at 40 C min. ,835,241,450,661,274,8ISO 3104Viscosity index (min.)909090ISO 2909Pour Point (max.) (a) C- 6- 6- 6ISO 3016Density at 15 Ckg/m3ReportISO 12185 orISO 3675Flash point (minimum) open cup closed cup C186170186170186170ISO 2592ISO 2719Total acid number (max.) (b)mg KOH/g0,20,20,2ISO 6618 orISO 6619 orISO 7537Water content (max.)% (m/m) 0,020,020,02ISO 6296 orISO 12937Foaming (tendency/stability) (max.)(C) sequence I at 24 C sequence II at 93 C sequence III at 24 C after 93 Cml/mlml/mlml/ml450/050/0450/0450/050/04 50/0450/050/0450/0ISO 6247Air release time at 50 C (max.)min556ISO 9120Copper corrosion (3hrs at 100 C) (max).Rating111ISO 7120 (B)Corrosion-preventitive properties (24 hrs)RatingPassISO 7120 (B)Demulsibility (d)(maximum time to reach 3 ml emulsion at 54 C)min303030ISO 6614Oxidation stability (rotating pressure vessel) (min.) (e)minReportASTM D2272-02Oxidation stability ( TOST ) (f) total acid number at 1,000 hrs (max.) time for total acid number 2 mg KOH/g (min.) sludge after 1,000 hrs (max.) mg KOH/ghmg0,33,5002000,33,0002000,32,50020 0ISO 4263-1Oxidation stability (f) total oxygen-containing products, TOP (max.) sludge (max.)% (m/m)% (m/m) 0,400,250,500,300,500,30ISO 7624Filterability (dry) (min.)%858585ISO 13357-2Filterability (wet) (max.)%PassISO 13357-1Cleanliness at the delivery stage (g) (max.)Rating / 17 / 14ISO 4406Note:(a) Lower values may be negotiated between the end user and the supplier.(b) In case of dispute, ISO 6618 applies.(c) The stability of the foam is recorded at 300s for the first and third sequences, and at 60s for the second sequence.(d) Applies only to TSA, lower limits for emulsion volume or time may be specified.(e) This value is useful for the follow-up in service. Should not normally be below 250 min.(f) Either of the two methods.(g) ISO 11500(8), using an automatic particle counter calibrated according to ISO 11171(9), is the preferred test method for counting and sizing - Industrial - 75ISO 8068 Turbine Specification L-TSE and L-TGE September 2006PropertyUnitViscocity classTestMethod324668Viscosity class 324668ISO 3448ColourRatingReportISO 2049AppearanceRatingClear & BrightvisualKinematic viscosity at 40 C min. ,835,241,450,661,274,8ISO 3104Viscosity index (min.)909090ISO 2909Pour Point (max.) (a) C- 6- 6- 6ISO 3016Density at 15 Ckg/m3ReportISO 12185 orISO 3675Flash point (minimum) open cup closed cup C186170186170186170ISO 2592ISO 2719Total acid number (max.) (b)mg KOH/g0,20,20,2ISO 6618 orISO 6619 orISO 7537Water content (max.)% (m/m) 0,020,020,02ISO 6296 orISO 12937Foaming (tendency/stability) (max.)(C) sequence 1 C at 24 C sequence 2 C at 93 C sequence 3 C at 24 C after 93 Cml/mlml/mlml/ml450/050/0450/0450/050/04 50/0450/050/0450/0ISO 6247Air release time at 50 C (max.)min556ISO 9120Copper corrosion (3hrs at 100 C) (max.)Rating111ISO 7120 (B)Corrosion-preventitive properties (24 hrs)RatingPassISO 7120 (B)Demulsibility (d)(maximum time to reach 3 ml emulsion at 54 C)min303030ISO 6614Oxidation stability (rotating pressure vessel) (min.) (e)minReportASTM D2272-02Oxidation stability ( TOST ) total acid number at 1,000 hrs (max.) time for total acid number 2 mg KOH/g (min.) sludge after 1,000 hrs (max.) mg KOH/ghmg0,33,5002000,33,0002000,32,50020 0ISO 4263-1Filterability (dry) (min.)%858585ISO 13357-2Filterability (wet) (max.)%PassISO 13357-1Load-carrying capacity FZG test (A/8,3/90) Failure-load stage (min.) (f)rating8910ISO 14635-1Cleanliness at the delivery stage (g) (max.)Rating / 17 / 14ISO 4406Note:(a) Lower values may be negotiated between the end user and the supplier.(b) In case of dispute, ISO 6618 applies.(c) The stability of the foam is recorded at 300s for the first and third sequences, and at 60s for the second sequence.(d) Applies to TSE only.(e) This value is useful for the follow-up in service. Should not normally be below 250 min.(f) Higher failure load stages may be requested by some manufacturers/users.(g) ISO 11500(8), using an automatic particle counter calibrated according to ISO 11171(9), is the preferred test method for counting and sizing - Industrial - 76ISO 8068 Turbine Specification L-TGB and L-TGSB September 2006PropertyUnitViscocity classTestMethod324668Viscosity class 324668ISO 3448ColourRatingReportISO 2049AppearanceRatingClear & BrightvisualKinematic viscosity at 40 C min. ,835,241,450,661,274,8ISO 3104Viscosity index (min.)909090ISO 2909Pour Point (max.) (a) C- 6- 6- 6ISO 3016Density at 15 Ckg/m3ReportISO 12185 orISO 3675Flash point (minimum) open cup closed cup C200190200190200190ISO 2592ISO 2719Total acid number (max.) (b)mg KOH/g0,20,20,2ISO 6618 orISO 6619 orISO 7537Water content (max.)% (m/m) 0,020,020,02ISO 6296 orISO 12937Foaming (tendency/stability) (max.)(C) sequence 1 C at 24 C sequence 2 C at 93 C sequence 3 C at 24 C after 93 Cml/mlml/mlml/ml450/050/0450/0450/050/04 50/0450/050/0450/0ISO 6247Air release time at 50 C (max.)min556ISO 9120Copper corrosion (3hrs at 100 C) (max).Rating111ISO 7120 (B)Corrosion-preventitive properties (24 hrs)RatingPassISO 7120 (B)Demulsibility (d)(maximum time to reach 3 ml emulsion at 54 C)min303030ISO 6614Oxidation stability (rotating pressure vessel) (min.)min750750760ASTM D2272-02Oxidation stability (rotating pressure vessel) (min.) (e)%858585ASTM D2272-02Oxidation stability at high temperatures (72 h at 175 C) Viscosity change (max.) Acid number change (max.) Metal specimen mass change Steel Aluminium Cadmium Copper Magnesium % mg KOH/g mg/cm2ReportReport 0,250 0,250 0,250 0,250 0,250ReportReport 0,250 0,250 0,250 0,250 0,250ReportReport 0,250 0,250 0,250 0,250 0,250AS TM D4636 according to alternative procedure 2 Oxidation stability ( TOST ) time for total acid number 2 mg KOH/g (min.)h3,5003,0002,500ISO 4263-1Filterability (dry) (min.)%858585ISO 13357-2Filterability (wet) (max.)%PassISO 13357-1Cleanliness at the delivery stage (max.)Rating / 17 / 14ISO 4406Note:(a) Lower values may be negotiated between the end user and the supplier.(b) In case of dispute, ISO 6618 applies.(c) The stability of the foam is recorded at 300s for the first and third sequences, and at 60s for the second sequence.(d) Applies to TGSB only.(e) Nitrogen blown RPVOT is performed by treatment of 300ml of oil at 121 C, by bubbling clean and dry nitrogen for 48h at the rate of 3 l/h. The result is expressed as the percent of life versus the sample without treatment.(f) ISO 11500(8), using an automatic particle counter calibrated according to ISO 11171(9), is the preferred test method for counting and sizing - Industrial - 77Russian National Turbine Specifications Tp-22s November 2011ControlValue by GradeTestMethod12Kinematic Viscosity, mm2/s 33 orAS TM D445at 40 Cat 50 C20-23Viscosity Index, at least9590GOST 25371Acid Value, mg 11362 or GOST 5985Oxidation stability, not more than 130 C, 24 hours and 5 dm3/h oxygen rate:GOST 981 with additions pursuant to Section of this SpecificationSediment, % Value mg acids, mg 150 C, 16 hours and 3 dm3/h oxygen rate:Sediment, % Value mg acids, mg time, s (not more than)180GOST 12068Steel rod corrosionNoneGOST 19199 with additions pursuant to Section of this SpecificationFlash point in open bowl, C (at least)186GOST 4333 or AS TM D92Pour point, C (not more than)-15GOST 20287Sulfur content, % wt (not more than) 1437Content of water soluble acids and basesNoneGOST 6307Mechanical impurities, % (not more than) 6307Colour by TsNT colourimeter, TsNT 20284 AS TM D1500Water Content, % (not more than)NoneGOST 2477Phenol content in base oil, mg/dm3 (not more than)20GOST 1057Density at 15 C, kg/m3 (not more than)903GOST R 51069 or AS TM D1298Note: For Grade 1, oxidation stability (item 4) at 130 C, 24 hours and 5dm3/hour oxygen rate must be measured til October 1, 2002 Phenol content in base oil must be measured for oil batches that were selectively treated with - Industrial - 78European Slideway SpecificationsSpecificationsAFNOR E 60-203ASTMTest MethodLubricants, industrial oils and related products:lubricants for lubrication and control of machine tools and similar equipment, characteristicsIssue DateFebruary 1983L-G requirementsL-HG requirementsISO Viscosity grade, Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, mm2/s32681001502203268NFT 60-100Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/sReportReportNFT 60-100Viscosity Index, min. 8595NFT 60-136ColourReportReportNF M 60-104Ash ContentReportReportNF M 07-045Saponification 60-110Neutralisation No., mg KOH/gReport 60-112Density at 15 C, kg/m3 ReportReportNFT 60-101Flash Point (COC) C, M 07-019Pour Point, C, 60-105 Aniline Point, C, M 07-021Water Content, % mass, 60-113Air Release @ 50 C, 60-149Foam, ml, 60-129Sequence IReport100/10Sequence IIReport100/10Sequence IIIReport100/10Water separation, time to 40/37/3, 60-125(7)Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs @ 100 C, rating< 3 (3 hrs @ 60 C)< 2NFM 07-015Steel Corrosion, Method A, ratingPassPassNFT 60-151Oxidation ResistanceReportReportNFT 60-150FZG 51354Friction Test (method given by supplier)Discuss with SupplierDiscuss with SupplierCompatibility with cutting fluid (method given by supplier)Discuss with SupplierDiscuss with SupplierCompatibility with elastomersDiscuss with SupplierNFE 48-61002/14 - Industrial - 79European Slideway Specifications Cont dSpecificationsISO 19 378 (2003)Lubricants, industrial oils and related products: (Class L) - Machine Tool Lubricants - Categories and SpecificationsISO 11158Lubricants, industrial oils and related products: (Class L) - Family H (Hydraulic Systems) - Specifications for categories HH, HL, HM, HV and HGASTMTest MethodIssue Date01/03/2003 First EditionSeptember 2009GA and GB requirementsHG requirementsISO Viscosity grade, Kinematic Viscosity at 40 C, mm2 - - 3104Viscosity IndexReportReportReportReportReportISO 2909AppearanceClear & BrightClear & BrightBrightBrightClear & BrightVisualNeutralisation No., mg KOH/gReportReportReportReportReportISO 6618ColourReportISO 2049Density at 15 C, kg/m3 ReportReportReportReportReportISO 3675Flash Point (COC), C, 2592Pour Point, C, 3016Cleanliness, ratingDiscuss with SupplierISO 4406Water Content, % mass, 6296Oxidation StabilityISO 4263-1Increase in acid number after 1000 hrs, sludge, mg, , ml, maxISO 6247Sequence I150/10Sequence II80/10Sequence III150/10Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs @ 100 C, rating< 2 2ISO 2160Steel Corrosion, Method A, ratingPassPass (Method A & B)ISO 7120FZG , failure load stage 10ISO 14635-1Wear protection, vane pump, 20763Weight loss on cam rings, mg120Weight loss on vanes, mgs30Friction Test (method given by supplier)Discuss with SupplierDiscuss with SupplierCompatibility with cutting fluid (method given by supplier)Discuss with SupplierDiscuss with SupplierCompatibility with construction materialsDiscuss with SupplierISO 1817Elastomer combatibility, NBRI, 182 hrs @ 100 C ISO 6072Relative increase in volume0 to 120 to 10Change in Shore A hardness0 to -70 to -6Antiwear PropertiesReportAS TM D4172- B Conditions02/14 - Industrial - 80US Slideway SpecificationsSpecificationsGM LS2 (04)SAE MS 1007ASTMTest MethodGM Lubricants standard No. LW-03-1-04, LW-06-1-04, LW-22-1-04 Light, Medium and Heavy Way OilsLubricants, industrial oils and related products, Type E Slideway Lubricants Specification30-Nov-0430-Nov-0430-Nov-042012TestLW-03-1-04, LightLW-06-1-04, MediumLW-22-1-04, HeavyISO Viscosity grade326822032 - 320460 - 1000D2422Kinematic ViscosityASTM D445@ 100 C, cStReportReportReport@ 40 C, - - - 242ISO VG +/- 10%ISO VG +/- 10%Viscosity IndexReportReportReportASTM GravityReportReportReportASTM D287Density @ 15 C, g/mlReportReportASTM D4052Neutralisation No., mg KOH/g, max. ReportReportASTM D664Flash Point (COC), C, D92Pour Point, C, D97SedimentNilNilNilASTM D473Water content, ppm, max .500500500250250ASTM D6304Precipitation Number, D91Cleanliness, as received, 4406Base Oil RequirmentsResidual Elements (As, B, Ca, Mn, Mg, Na, Fe, Ni, Si, Cu, Sn, Cd, Cr, Pb, Ba, Zn), ppm max. total/each25/225/225/2ASTM D5185Residual Elements P, ppm D5185Water Separation, T to 40/37/3, mins., D1401DemulsibilityWater in Oil After 5 hrs., % After Cntrfg., ml D2711Total Free Water, ml of undissolved matter, % m/m, detectabilityBelow detectabilityDIN 51592Ames Mutagenicity E1687Fold IncreaseReportMutagenicity Index, Potency IndexReportContent CompatabilityTo be discussed with supplier02/14 - Industrial - 81US Slideway Specifications Cont dSpecificationsGM LS2 (04)SAE MS 1007ASTMTest MethodGM Lubricant Standard No. LW-03-1-04, LW-06-1-04, LW-22-1-04 Light, Medium and Heavy Way OilsLubricants, industrial oils and related products, Type E Slideway Lubricants Specification30-Nov-0430-Nov-0430-Nov-04May 2001TestLW-03-1-04, LightLW-06-1-04, MediumLW-22-1-04, HeavyCopper Corrosion, 3 hrs @ 100 C, D130Steel Corrosion, rating ASTM D665Method APassMethod BPassPassPassReportTimken OK Load, kg, D2782CM Stick-Slip Frictional Test, ratio of static to kinetic friction, D2877Tackifier addedReportReportReportReport02/14 - Industrial - 82US Slideway Specifications Cont dSpecificationsMAG Cincinnati Machine P-53MAG Cincinnati Machine P-47MAG Cincinnati Machine P-50MIL-A-A-59113ASTMTest MethodCombination Hydraulic & Way OilHeavy-Medium Way OilHeavy-Medium Way OilLubricating oil, machine tool slideways20002000200030 December 1997Type 1 - MediumType 2 - HeavyKinematic ViscosityASTM D445@ 40 C, - - - - - Gravity20 to 3018 to 2718 to 27ASTM D287Neutralisation No., mg KOH/g, max. D974Flash Point (COC), F, D92Fire Point, F, D92Pour Point, F, D97CCMB (procedure 24 hrs @ 101 C)CCMBNeutralisation Number, max, Rod Rating, Rod Rating, Rod Deposit, mg, Rod Deposit, mg, metal removed, mg, metal removed, mg, Corrosion, 3 hrs @ 100 C, D130Steel Corrosion, rating ASTM D665Method APassCM Stick-Slip Frictional Test, ratio of static to kinetic friction, addedReport02/14 - Industrial - 83Chinese National Slideway SpecificationsSpecificationsGB (L-HG Multifunction)Chinese national specification, hydraulic fluids, mineral oil and synthetic hydrocarbon typeSH/T 0361-98(L-G Slideway)Chinese national specification slideway oilASTMTest MethodIssue Date19941998Chinese ASTMISO Viscosity gradeISO 32, 68ISO 32 - 320Kinematic Viscosity @ 40 C, cStISO VG +/- 10%ISO VG +/- 10%GB/T 265D445Viscosity Index, 1995GB/T 2541D2270Density at 20 C, kg/m3-ReportGB/T 1884GB/T 1885D1298Neutralisation Number, mgKOH/gReportReportGB/T 4945D664Appearance (transparency)-ClearVisualFlash Point (COC), C 160 C (ISO 32) 180 C (ISO 68) 150 C (ISO 32) 160 C (ISO 46) 180 C (ISO 68 + above)GB/T 3536D92Pour Point, C, max. -6 C -9 C (ISO 32-150) -3 C (ISO 220-320)GB/T 3535D97ColourReport-GB/T 6540D1500Water Content, % 260D95Mechanical Impurity, % (ISO 32-150) (ISO 220-320)GB/T 511RussianTOCT 6370Seal Compatibility IndexReport-SH/T 0305IP 278/72 (88)Elastomer Compatibility-ReportGB/T 1690-92ISO 1817-85Copper Corrosion, rating, max1 (@ 100 C, 3 hrs)2 (@ 60 C, 3 hrs)GB/T 5096D130Saponification number, mgKOH/gReport-GB/T 8021D94Rust TestGB/T 11143D665ADistilled waterNo rustNo rustFoam, ml, 12579D892Sequence I 24 C 150 / 10-Sequence II C 150 / 10-Sequence III 24 C (after) 150 / 10-Demulsibility @ 54 C, 7305D1401Oxidation StabilityGB/T 12581D943TAN after 1000 hrs, mgKOH/g, sludge, mgReport-SH/T 0565D4310RPVOT (or RBOT) @ 150 C, 0193D2272FZG ( ), FLS 10 -SH/T 0306IP 334-80Anti-wear Performance,Four-Ball wear scar, mm, (392N, 1 hr) (200N, 1 hr)SH/T 0189D4172Stick-Slip (Difference of static and dynamic friction coefficient), A of SH/T 0361Metalworking Fluid Compatibility-Report-Specification HandbookOff RoadOff Road02/14 - Off Road - 1STOU Specifications:John Deere J27 .........................................................................................................2 Massey Ferguson CMS M1139 ................................................................................3 Massey Ferguson CMS M1144 ................................................................................3 Massey Ferguson M1145 .........................................................................................3Ford M2C 159 B .......................................................................................................4Ford M2C 159 C .......................................................................................................4FNH 82009201/ 2 / 3 ................................................................................................4UTTO Specifications:John Deere J20C ......................................................................................................5 John Deere J20D ......................................................................................................5 Massey Ferguson CMS M1135 ................................................................................6 Massey Ferguson CMS M1141 ................................................................................6 Massey Ferguson CMS M1143 ................................................................................7 Massey Ferguson CMS M1145 ................................................................................7 Ford M2C 86 B .........................................................................................................8 Ford M2C 86 C .........................................................................................................8 Ford M2C 134 D .......................................................................................................8 ....................................................................................................8NH 410B ...................................................................................................................8 NH 410C ...................................................................................................................8NH 420A ...................................................................................................................8J I Case MS 1205 .....................................................................................................9 J I Case MS 1206 .....................................................................................................9 J I Case MS 1210 .....................................................................................................9 J I Case MS 1207 ...................................................................................................10J I Case MS 1209 ...................................................................................................10CNH MAT 3505 .......................................................................................................10CNH MAT 3505 .......................................................................................................11CNH MAT 3525 .......................................................................................................12CNH MAT 3526 .......................................................................................................12Fiat AF87 ................................................................................................................13TO-4 Specifications:Caterpillar TO - 4 Transmission and Drive Train Fluid Requirements ..........................14Allison C4 .........................................................................................See ATF chapterAllison TES 439 ................................................................................See ATF chapterContents Off Road 02/14 - Off Road - 2Note: (1) STOU = Super Tractor Oil Universal, for use in engine, transmission, driveline and hydraulics.(2) Allison C4 no longer list friction modified Specifications (1) - John Deere J27TestJohn Deere J27(Jan 1992)SAE Classification, J300D10W-30, 15W-40Engine PerformanceAPICD / CECCMCD4 / D5Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s Relevant SAE J300 Limits Cold Cranking Viscosity (CCS), mPa s, max. at -20 C (10W-30)3500 at -15 C (15W-40)3500 Pumpability Viscosity (MRV), mPa s, max. at -20 C (10W-30)30,000 at -15 C (15W-40)30,000Shear Stability, JDQ102, viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s, Point, C, (10W-30)-30 (15W-40)Total Base Number, mgKOH/g, min. (ISO 3771)8Foaming, JDQ 33Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, break time, s, Sensitivity, JDQ 19Solids, % volume, loss, % mass, protection, JDQ 22, hrs, Compatibility, JDQ 23Additive SeparationNoneFoaming CharacteristicsSequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, break time, s, StabilityEvaporation loss, %, increase at 100 C, %, informationNoneAdditive separationNoneJohn Deere brake performance, JDQ 96PassJohn Deere PTS Clutch performance, JDQ 94PassJohn Deere spiral bevel & final drive performance, JDQ 95PassAllison transmission performance, DDAD C-4(2)PassZF front axle performance, tests specified by ZFPassField test performance, >1yr or >1000 hrsPass02/14 - Off Road - 3STOU Specifications - Massey Ferguson CMS M1139/44/45TestMassey Ferguson CMS M1139(April 1978)Massey Ferguson CMS M1144(June 1994)Massey Ferguson M1145(Sept 2004)SAE Classification, J300D5W-30, 10W-30, 10W-40, 15W-30, 15W-40, 20W-405W-30, 10W-30, 10W-40, 15W-30, 15W-40, 20W-40Engine PerformanceAPICDCD/ CECCMS D4/ D5Kinematic Viscosity, 100 C, mm2 - SAE classificationRelevant SAE classificationKinematic Viscosity at 100 C after shearing, CEC L14A78 (250 Cycles), mm2 UTTO section for full Massey Ferguson (GIMA) CMS M1145 limitsViscosity -18 C (Brookfield), , Point, C, NF T 60-105-30 C-10 C below MRV limit defined by SAE J300d gradeFlash point, COC, C-200 CFoaming, ASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, with 1% water addedSequence I, ml Sequence II, ml Sequence III, ml Water content, ppm, max400Dry filterability, NF E 48-690, 5 micron filter, 1 bar (Afnor) maxWet filterability, NF E 48-691, 5 micron filter, 1 bar (Afnor)ReportCopper strip corrosion, ASTM D130, 3 hrs at 150 C1ACopper corrosion, 3 hrs at 100 C, NF M 07-0151ARust prevention, MF rust testPassRust prevention, ASTM D665BNo rustOxidation test, 100 hrs at 150 CViscosity Increase at 100 C, %, SludgingNone Oxidation test, 100 hrs at 150 C, CEC L48T94KV100 C change, % 25 maxTotal Acid Number change, % 75 max Deposits None Seal Test, ford RDR 008 nitrile, 168 hrs at 120 CVolume change, %0 to +5 Hardness change, (+ 21 days at 95 C), max. 10 4-Ball wearWear Scar Diameter, (1 hr at 65 C 1500rpm 40kg), mm, 4-Ball wearWear Scar Diameter, (1 hr at 40daN), mm max. EP test, ASTM D2783Load Wear Index, kg, 104C vane pump test, NF E 48-617, ring and vane weight loss, mg, mgIAE Gear rig, 2000rpm, 110 C, 1pt ( )/sScuff load, kg, brake testPassIPTO Clutch testPassTransmission testPassMaterials compatibility, variousPassFriction test, proprietary testPass02/14 - Off Road - 4STOU Specifications - Ford M2C 159 B/C, FNH 82009201/2/3TestFord M2C 159 B(July 1984)Ford M2C 159 C(Sept 1991)FNH 82009201/ 2/ 3(Aug 1995)SAE Classification, J300D10W-30, 15W-30, 20W-4010W-30, 15W-30, 20W-4010W-30, 15W-30, 20W-40Engine performanceAPI CD/ SEAPI CE/ SFAPI CF-4Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/sB1 = 10W-30B2 = 15W-30B3 = 20W-40C1 = 10W-30C2 = 15W-30C3 = 20W-40/1 = 10W-30/2 = 15W-30/3 = 20W-40Kinematic Viscosity change at 100 Cafter shearing, IP 294/77 (30 passes), %, 100 hrs@ 150 C, Viscosity (MRV), mPa sRelevant SAE classificationFlash point, C, , ASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, corrosion, ASTM D130Rating after 3 hrs at 150 C1B1B1BCopper weight loss after 48 hrs at 120 C, mg, prevention, ASTM D665ANo rustNo rustNo rustSeal test, Ford ATRR-100 Buna N, 70 hrs at 125 CVolume change, %0 - 10%0 - 10%1 - 10%Hardness change, max. 10 points 10 points 10 points180 bend testNo cracksNo cracksNo cracks4-ball wearWear scar diameter, (1 hr, 65 C, 1500rpm, 40kg), mm, sensitivitySediment volume, ml, separation, brake noise/ capacity test(1)PassPassPassPTO Clutch test(1)PassPassPassTransmission test(1)PassPassPassHydraulic pump and relief valve protection(1)PassPassPassItching/ Shifting quality(1)Pass2000 hrs field test(1)Pass660 hrs Jenkins cycle test(1)Pass400 cycle stall test(1)Pass450 cycle high energy test(1)PassNote:(1) Ford/ FNH, at its option, may conduct the following tests on oils supplied to these - Off Road - 5UTTO(1) Specifications - John Deere J20C/DTestJohn Deere(Revised Nov 2000)J20CJ20D (2)Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s, stability, JDQ102, viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s, Viscosity, ASTM D2983, mPa sat -20 C55001500at -35 C70000at -40 C20000Flash point, C, Point, C, , JDQ 33Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, break time, s, sensitivity, JDQ 19Solids, % volume, loss, % mass, prevention, JDQ 22, hrs, Compatibility, JDQ 23 : Additive SeparationNoneNoneFoaming CharacteristicsSequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, break time, s, StabilityEvaporation loss, %, increase at 100 C, %, formationNoneNoneAdditive separationNoneNoneLow temperature filtration, JDQ 24Equal or better than JD referenceJohn Deere brake performance, JDQ 96PassPassJohn Deere PTS Clutch performance, JDQ 94PassPassJohn Deere Hydraulic pump performance, JDQ 84PassPassJohn Deere spiral bevel & final drive performance, JDQ 95PassPassAllison transmission performance, DDAD C-4(3)PassPassNote:(1) UTTO = Universal Tractor Transmission Oil, not for use in engine.(2) J20D low viscosity UTTO for cold climates. Earlier UTTO specification versions on file.(3) Allison C4 no longer list friction modified - Off Road - 6UTTO Specifications - Massey Ferguson CMS M1135/41TestMassey Ferguson CMS M1135(May 1969 - Europe)Massey FergusonCMS M1141 (June 1986)Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm2 maxShear stability, Viscosity at 100 C, ASTM 3945, mm2/s, Viscosity, ASTM D2983, mPa sat -18 C100004000at -34 C70000Pour point, C, point, C, Index, , ASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, strip corrosion, ASTM D1303 hrs at 121 C1A1 hr at 150 C1BRust preventionMF rust testPassASTM D1748, hrs, test, 100 hrs at 150 CViscosity increase at 100 C, %, SludgeNo SludgeSeal compatibility, Pioneer MP 802 Nitrile seals, 168 hrs, 120 CVolume change, %-2% to +5%Hardness change (after 21 days at 95 C), IRHDSeal compatibility, Ford ATRR-100 Nitrile, 168 hrs, 120 CVolume change, % to 10%Hardness change (after 21 days at 95 C), IRHD4-ball wear testWear scar diameter (1 hr, 65 C, 1500rpm, 40kg), mm, EP test, ASTM D2783Load Wear Index, kg, point, kg, Gear rig, 2000rpm, 110 C, 1pt ( ) /sScuff load, kg, four square rig testNo scuffingFunctional testsPassPass02/14 - Off Road - 7UTTO Specifications - Massey Ferguson M1143/5TestMassey Ferguson M1143(June 1994)Massey Ferguson M1145 (Sept 2004)Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm2 maxShear stability, Viscosity at 100 C, mm2/s, shear, CEC L14A78 (250 Cycles)99KRL shear, CEC L45A99, 20 Viscosity, ASTM D2983, -18 C40004000at -34 CPour point, C, point, C, content, ppm400400Foaming, ASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, Filterability, NF E 48-690, 5micron filter, 1 bar (Afnor), Filterability, NF E 48-690, 5micron filter, 1 bar (Afnor)ReportReportCopper strip corrosion, ASTM D130, 3 hrs at 100 C1A1ARust prevention, ASTM D665BNo rustNo rustOxidation test, 192 hrs at 150 C, CEC L48T94Viscosity increase at 100 C, %, Acid Number change, %, compatibility, CEC L39T96RE1, Flouro elastomers, 168 hrs at 150 CVariation in hardness, DIDC, point0 to +50 to +5Variation in tensile strength, %-50 to 0-50 to 0Variation in elongation rupture, %-60 to 0-60 to 0Variation in volume, %0 to +50 to +5RE2, ACM elastomers, 168 hrs at 150 CVariation in hardness, DIDC, point-5 to +5-5 to +5Variation in tensile strength, %-15 to +10-15 to +10Variation in elongation rupture, %-35 to +10-35 to +10Variation in volume, %-5 to +5-5 to +5RE3, Silicone elastomers, 168 hrs at 150 CVariation in hardness, DIDC, point-25 to 0-25 to 0Variation in tensile strength, %-30 to +10-30 to +10Variation in elongation rupture, %-20 to +10-20 to +10Variation in volume, %0 to +300 to +30RE4, NBR elastomers, 168 hrs at 150 CVariation in hardness, DIDC, point-5 to +5-5 to +5Variation in tensile strength, %-20 to 0-20 to 0Variation in elongation rupture, %-50 to 0-50 to 0Variation in volume, %-5 to +5-5 to +54-ball wear, 1 hr, 65 C, 1500rpm, 40kgWear scar diameter, mm, EP test, ASTM D2783Load Wear Index, kg, point, kg, , CEC L07A85, Load stage, 104C pump test, mg, 35VQ25 pump test, mg, wear, mg, wear, mg, Test, proprietary testPassPassMaterials compatibility, variousPassPass02/14 - Off Road - 8UTTO Specifications (1) - Ford M2C 86B/C and Ford M2C 134DTestFord M2C 86 B (Oct 1980)Ford M2C 86 C(Oct 1987)Ford M2C 134 D(1)(Nov 1989) (Rev. B, July 1994)Kinematic Viscosity, 100 C, mm2/s, - (99 C)998Shear Stability, ASTM D3945, 30 cycles-16%-16%7mm /s, minBrookfield Viscosity, ASTM D2983, -18 C923040004000at -40 C17000Pour Point, C, Point, C, Index, , ASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, corrosion, ASTM D1303 hrs at 99 C1B3 hrs at 150 C2B2B2BCopper weight loss after 48 hrs at 120 C, mg, ProtectionFalex Pin corrosion (FLTM BJ 15-1)No rustASTM D665ANo rustNo rustNo rustOxidation Test, 100 hrs at 150 CViscosity Increase at 100 C, % test, Ford ATRR-100 Buna N, 70 hrs at 125 CVolume change, %0 to +100 to +100 to +10Hardness change, max. 10 points 10 points 10 points180 bend testNo cracksNo cracksNo cracks4-Ball wearwear scar diameter, 1 hr, 65 C, 1500rpm, 40kg, mm, scar diameter, 1 hr, 85 C, 1500rpm, 40kg, mm, SensitivitySediment volume, ml, Separation, 50/50 mixPassPassPassWet brake tests, VariousPassPassPassPassPTO clutch tests, VariousPassPassPassPassTransmission tests, VariousPassPassPassPassHydraulic pump tests, VariousPassPassPassPassDriveline durability tests, VariousPassPassPassGear wearPassPassPassDynamic co-efficient of - co-efficient of - :(1) = Ford M2C 134D specification. Superseded by Case MAT Specifications - NH 410B/C, 420ANH 410BNH 410CNH 420ADetails10W30 fluid to meet requirements of Ford M2C 134DFluid to meet the requirements of Case MAT 350520W30 fluid to meet the requirements of Ford M2C 86BRequirementsSee UTTO Ford M2C 134D (superseded)See UTTO Case MAT 3505See UTTO Ford M2C 86BRelevant CNH genuine fluidAmbra Multi-GMastertran Tractor fluidAmbra Multi-F02/14 - Off Road - 9UTTO Specifications - J I Case MS 1205/6/10TestJ I Case MS 1205(Oct 1978)J I Case MS 1206(April 1982)J I Case MS 1210(April 1980)Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm /S, stability% Viscosity loss at 99 C, gear and driveline tests, mm /s, Viscosity, ASTM D2983, -18 C56001950at -20 C4000Cold Cranking Viscosity (CCS) at -18 C, , Gravity at 16 C26-3026-3026-39Pour point, C, point, C, Index, , ASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, , ASTM D892, Wet, waterSequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, corrosion, ASTM D130, 3 hrs 150 C1B1B1BRust, humidity cabinetPassPassPassHeat stability, 70 hrs at 125 CPassPassPassSeal CompatibilityPassPassPassWater tolerance, variousPassPassPassCompatibility 50/50 mixPassPassPassHydraulic pump tests, variousPassPassPassGear wearPassPassPass02/14 - Off Road - 10UTTO Specifications - J I Case MS 1207/9, CNH MAT 3505 TestJ I Case MS 1207(Nov 1986)J I Case MS 1209(Aug 1999) (1)CNH MAT 3505(Rev. Dec 2002) (2)Kinematic Viscosity at 100 C, mm /S, Viscosity, ASTM D2983, -20 C350045004900at -30 C150002500030000API Gravity at 16 CReportReport28-32Pour point, C, point, C, Index, , ASTM6 - 8 sediment, % volume, ash, % point, C91-11091-11091-110Water content, %, analysis, % - - - , ASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, , ASTM D892, wet, 1% waterSequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, - corrosion, 190 hrs at 135 C at 135 C at 145 CAluminium, loss or deposit, mg, , loss or deposit, mg, , loss or deposit, mg, , loss or deposit, mg, number after ratingA or BA or BA or BWater tolerance, 7 days with 1% waterPrecipitate volume, ml, volume, ml, clarityClearClearClearNephelometric Turbidity Units, NTU, square gear performance, inch, wear, mass loss, mg, than reference fluid L-3089ALower than reference fluid L-3939BNote:(1) To qualify for requirements of Hy-Tran Ultra .(2) Supersedes J I Case MS 1209, both Zn - Off Road - 11UTTO Specifications - J I Case MS 1207/9, CNH MAT 3505 - Cont dTestJ I Case MS 1207(Nov 1986)J I Case MS 1209(Aug 1999) (1)CNH MAT 3505(Rev. Dec 2002) (2)FZG low speed wear, D4998, mass loss, mg, wear, load stage pass, ASTM D5182, release, minutes at 50 C, , Case MT 807PassPassPassFluid Compatibility, 72 hrs at 125 C50:50 mix with referenceL-3623L-3939BL-3939BEvaporation loss, % mass, change at 100 C, %, formation or additive separationNoneNoneNone50:50 mix with referenceL-3744L-6384L-6384Evaporation loss, % mass, change at 100 C, %, formation or additive separationNoneNoneNoneCorrosion resistanceGalvanic corrosion, 10 dats at 50% humidity, FTMS corrosion, 100 hrsPassPassPassElastomer compatibilityMS 560 reference elastomer, 70 hrs, 125 CVolume change, %0 to +10Hardness change, points-5 to +5C70 and C90 reference elastomers, 70 hrs, 125 CVolume change, %0 to +5Hardness change, points-5 to +5C70 and C90 reference elastomers, 14 days, 125 CTensile strength change, %0 to -40Ultimate elongation change, %0 to -70P70 and P90 reference elastomer, 70 hrs, 125 CVolume change, %0 to +100 to +10Hardness change, points-5 to +5-5 to +5Hydrolytic stabilityFluid appearance after testHaze permitted, no clumps or gelHaze permitted, no clumps or gelCopper specimen appearance, D1301A or 1B1A or 1BVolume of separated matter, ml, cleanlinessLevel 2Level 2Hydraulic pump test, Case ES A7626PassPassFrictional performancePassPassBrake noise (chatter)PassPassPassGear performancePassPassPassDriveline durabilityPassNote:(1) To qualify for requirements of Hy-Tran Ultra .(2) Supersedes J I Case MS 1209, both Zn - Off Road - 12UTTO Specifications - CNH MAT 3525/6TestCNH MAT 3525 (1)(Rev. D Sept 2001)(134-D fluid)CNH MAT 3526(Rev. B Sept 2001)(F200-A fluid)Kinematic Viscosity, mm /s, ASTM D445at 100 - - 40 C, typical5535Shear Stability30 passes, min, %, ASTM D3945-16Transmission/Hydraulic oil shear test, mm /s, min, CNH Viscosity, ASTM D2983, , - 18 C400017000 @ -40 CViscosity Index, stability, 100 hrs at 150 C, % viscosity change, ,No sludge10,No sludgePour point, C, ASTM D97, point, C, ASTM D92, , ASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, corrosion, ASTM D130, 3 hrs at 150 C, , 48 hrs at 120 C, weight loss, %, protection, ASTM 665ANo rustNo rust4-Ball wear, 1 hr, 85 C, 1500 rpm, 40 kg, ASTM D2266, mm, test, P70 and P90 reference elastomers, 70 hrs at 125 CVolume, %-3 to +7-3 to +7Hardness change, to +5-5 to +5Water sensitivity, CNH testSediment volume, ml, separation, mlTraceTraceJenkins cycle test, 600 hrsPassPassTandem pump durability testPassPass16 x 16 inching/shifting testPassPass16 x 16 transmission, 400 cycle stall testPassPass16 x 16 transmission, 450 cycle high energy testPassPassField test, 2000 hrsPassPassBrake testPassPassPTO clutch testPassPassDynamic co-efficient of - - co-efficient of - - compatibilityPassPassNote:(1) Supersedes Ford M2C 134D and - Off Road - 13UTTO Specification - Fiat AF87TestFiat AF87(Nov 1977)Kinematic Viscosity, mm /s, ASTM D445at C105 - 125at 50 C60 - 70at - viscosity at -17 C, ASTM D2602, - 9600Pour point, C, ASTM D97, index, ASTM D1500, , ASTM D1500, , ASTM D892Sequence I, ml, II, ml, III, ml, at 150 C, FIAT 50520, hrs, wear using FZG rig, FIAT 50526/01Specific wear, stage pass, of friction on disc at 100 C, FIAT 50545Dynamic co-efficient on paper - co-efficient on paper disc, co-efficient on Cu-Sn sintered - co-efficient on Cu-SN sintered disc, compatibility, TO 125-70 elastomers, 70 hrs at 125 C, FIAT 50413Volume change, % 8Hardness change, IRW, max. 8Effect on bronze, 120 C for 100 hrs, FIAT 50516/1PassSulfated ash, % mass, ASTM - , % mass, ASTM - , % mass, FIAT - , % mass, FIAT - , % mass, FIAT - , including water, % mass, max, ASTM D96002/14 - Off Road - 14Caterpillar TO - 4 Transmission and Drive Train Fluid RequirementsRequirementsTest MethodViscometric PropertiesSAE J300 ViscosityGradeASTM D2983 Maximum Temperature( C) for Brookfield Viscosityof 150,000 D4684 Low Temp. Pumpability (MRV TP-1) 30,000Centipoise Max, Temp. CASTM D4683 (or Equiv)High Temp High ShearViscosity at 150 C and106s-1 min. J300 requirements plus additional low temp. and high temp. high shearrequirements as shown oppositeCaterpillar does not recommend oils thatcontain viscosity improvers in this application Wear PropertiesGear wearAverage of three separate runs 100mg single run with more than 150 mg D4998 (FZG Machine - A gears, low speed,100 rpm, 121 C, load stage 10, 20 hrs).Gear ScuffingLSP (1) 8 min (SAE 10W and SAE 30 grades) LSP 10 min (SAE 40 and SAE 50 grades)ASTM DS:82FZG Visual A gears, , 90 CPumpsTotal combined weight loss for vane and ring, < 90mg Pump parts, especially rings should not have evidence of unusual wear or stress in contact pump test procedure for mobile systems as defined in publication form PropertiesThe results of each friction disc-reaction platecombination for the candidate oil must be within the allowable range of variation from the reference test VC 70 Standard Test Model 1158 Oil/Friction Test MachineDynamic Coefficient of FrictionStatic Coefficient of FrictionEnergy Capability Wear Properties - (7 friction disc-steelreaction plate combinations evaluatedseparately - 3 paper, 2 sintered bronze, 2 fluroelastomer friction discs.)Note: (1) LSP = Load Stage - Off Road - 15Caterpillar TO - 4 Transmission and Drive Train Fluid RequirementsRequirementsTest MethodPhysical PropertiesRust ControlLess than 6 rust spots per linear inch on twoout of three test specimensModified International Harvester BT-9 (175 hours under dynamic humidity conditions)Copper Corrosion1A D130 (2 hrs at 100 C)Fluid CompatibilityNo sedimentation or precipitationMix 50 mls test oil with 50 mls reference oil; heat to 204 C,cool to ambient; centrifuge for 30 min at 6000GHomogeneityNo sedimentation or precipitationTest oil held at -32 C for 24hrs, warmed to ambient, centrifugedFoam, tendency/stability, mlsSequence I - 25/0 Sequence II - 50/0 Sequence III - 25/0 ASTM D892 Part 1: No water added Part 2: water in oilFlash Point160 C D92Fire Point175 C D92Elastomer CompatibilityFluoroelastomerAv. Elongation of elastomer in aged test oil must not be greater than Av. Elongation with reference oilASTM D471 (240 hrs; 150 C)D Elongation with test oil must be less than or equal to D Elongation with reference oil + 10%Allison C-4 Elastomer TestSee Allison C-4 SpecificationsSee Allison C-4 SpecificationsOxidation TestThermal Oxidation Stability (THOT)See Allison C-4 SpecificationsGM 6137 October 1990, Appendix E (ie DEXRON IIE)(Fluoroelastomer input seal, production cooler, 35% silver)Sludge/varnish on partsNilTotal Acid Number Absorbance diff inspectionFluoroelastomer input seal should not fail. Copper bushings should not undergo mechanical failure due to corrosion attack. Cooler will not be after testKinematic Viscosity, mm2/sReport ASTM D445Viscosity, ASTM D2983(1) Viscosity, ASTM 4684(1)Viscosity, , 150 C, 106s-1Report ASTM D683Note: (1) At the max. temperature specified in Section 4 of Cal T0-4 Specification for the appropriate viscosity HandbookEngine TestsEngine Tests02/14 - Engine Tests - 1European Tests:PCMOMercedes Benz M111 Fuel Economy Test ..............................................................3Mercedes Benz M111 Sludge .................................................................................4Mercedes Benz M271 Sludge .................................................................................5Mercedes Benz M271 Wear ....................................................................................6Mercedes Benz OM 602 A ......................................................................................7Mercedes Benz OM 611 DE22 LA ..........................................................................8Mercedes Benz OM 646 LA ....................................................................................9Peugeot DV4 TD ....................................................................................................10Peugeot TU3M Valve Train Scuffing ......................................................................11Peugeot TU5JP-L4 ................................................................................................12VW Intercooled T/C Diesel ....................................................................................13VW TDi Diesel ........................................................................................................14VW T4 (PV 1449) ...................................................................................................15HDDOMAN D2876 LF04 (Meistersinger II) ......................................................................16Mercedes Benz OM 364 LA ..................................................................................17Mercedes Benz OM 441 LA ..................................................................................18 Mercedes Benz OM 501 LA ..................................................................................19MWM KD 12E (MWM-B) ...................................................................................... 20Volvo D12D ........................................................................................................... 21Contents Engine Tests02/14 - Engine Tests - 2Contents Engine TestsUS Tests:PCMOBall Rust Test ........................................................................................................22Sequence IIIF ........................................................................................................23Sequence IIIG ........................................................................................................24Sequence IVA ........................................................................................................25Sequence VG ........................................................................................................26Sequence VIB ........................................................................................................27Sequence VID ........................................................................................................28Sequence VIII ........................................................................................................29Roller-Follower Wear 1K .........................................................................................................31Caterpillar 1N ........................................................................................................33Caterpillar 1P .........................................................................................................34Caterpillar C13 ......................................................................................................35Cummins M11 - HST (obsolete) ............................................................................36Cummins M11 - EGR (obsolete) ...........................................................................37Cummins ISB ........................................................................................................38Cummins ISM ........................................................................................................39Detroit Diesel 6V-92TA ..........................................................................................40Mack T-8 / T-8E .....................................................................................................41Mack T-10 (obsolete) .............................................................................................42Mack T-11 ...........................................................................................................43Mack T12 ...........................................................................................................4402/14 - Engine Tests - M111 E20 gasoline engine 4 cylinder. It uses flying flush oil system for changing oils without engine shutdown and enables to compare oils against a base line calibration oil. The testlast 24 hours. The test procedure is based upon the ECE R15-04 and EUDC emissions test cycles. It uses flying flush oil systems to compare oils against a base line calibration consumption through the test cycle is compared against that of a base line calibration in fuel consumption is expressed as a % fuel economy Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Mercedes Benz M111 Fuel Economy TestCEC L-54-T-9602/14 - Engine Tests - 4Mercedes Benz M111 E20, 4 cylinder gasoline injection with 4 valves per engine required (bearings, piston rings, tappets, cams, timing chain, timing cover - cylinders differ in hardware set up).Modified gear box by-passed by one piece main shaft arrangement or standard gear box is evaluate the performance of engine oils in comparison with a reference oil (RL 140) to control the formation of black sludge on engine internal surfaces. Also measured are piston deposits and cam run 1: 48 hours of cyclic cold stage (includes 6 starts at -40 C ambient air temperature 25 C).Phase 2: 1 hour power 3: 75 hour alternating stage (21/2 min. 3750 rpm. ; 21/2 min. 3850 rpm. ).Phase 4: 100 hours full cyclic stage based on M102E procedure with 10 steps of varying speed, load and : sludge (CRC Manual ).Cam to hardware shortages among others reasons, the M111 sludge is/will be unavailable soon. ACEA accepted M271 sludge test as an interim test to screen sludge for all ACEA categories Ax/Bx and cleanliness (DIN 51361 Part No. 2).Equipment Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Other:Mercedes Benz M111 SludgeCEC L-53-T-9502/14 - Engine Tests - 516 valve, 4 cylinder, M271 E18 engine with port injection, intercooling and compressor evaluate an oil s ability to keep the engine free from sludge a hour break-in, the engine is run for 250 hours with alternating hot and cold cycles. The maximum oil temperature is 145 rating of rocker cover, cylinder head, front cover, oil by ACEA as an interim test to demonstrate sludge performance of oils in ACEA categories Ax, Bx and Cx due to non-availability of M111 sludge Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Methodof Rating:Other:Mercedes Benz M271 SludgeMB In-house Method02/14 - Engine Tests - 616 valve, 4 cylinder, M271 E18 engine with port injection, intercooling and compressor evaluate the ability of the oil to protect those components in the engine that are susceptible to a hour break-in, the engine is run for 250 hours with alternating test conditions. The maximum oil temperature is 145 C. Duration, hrs. 250 Max. Torque, Nm 240 Max. Power, kW 120 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 95 Max. Oil Temperature, C 145Cam wear, piston ring wear, ring sticking, timing chain elongation, bore polishing, ring sticking, bearing Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Methodof Rating:Mercedes Benz M271 WearMB In-house Method02/14 - Engine Tests - 7Mercedes Benz OM 602 A indirect injection, 5 cylinder in-line, evaluate the performance of engine oils in respect of cam and cylinder wear under a combination of stop and go, medium speed and high speed operating test cycle of 60 mins., which is repeated 200 times giving a test duration of 200 23 stages per cycle which includes 16 oil temperature: 142 oil temperature: 52 and cam viscosity no longer Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Other:Mercedes Benz OM 602 ACEC L-51-A-9802/14 - Engine Tests - 8OM 611 DE22 LA 4 cylinder turbocharged and intercooled, 16V common rail direct injection evaluate the protection offered by the oil against engine wear, sludge and piston deposits. Test length 300 hrs Power, max. 105kW at 4200 rpm Load, max. 315 Nm Low sulphur fuel (< 10ppm)Valve train no longer Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Other:Mercedes Benz OM 611 DE22 LA02/14 - Engine Tests - 94 cylinder Diesel, , VTG turbocharger, I/C Direct Injection - 340Nm 110kWOM 646 LA has been developed in replacement of OM 602 A and aims at evaluating the ability of an oil to control and prevent cam and tappet wear, cylinder wear, bore polishing (part ACEA oil sequences) and many others parameters such as piston cleanliness or engine sludge. 300 hrs alternating cycles using a fuel containing 5% RME and less than 10 ppm of sulphur. Oil samples taken every 50 hrs. Valvetrain wear. Cylinder Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Mercedes Benz OM 646 LACEC L-099-0802/14 - Engine Tests - , 4 cylinder DV4 TD engine with Bosch EDC 16 common rail injection evaluate an engine oil s ability to control piston cleanliness and disperse soot in passenger car diesel engines. 120 hour test with 240 dual phase cycles. Phase 1 Phase 2 Duration, mins. 2 28 Speed, rpm 1100 400 Max. Torque, Nm 155 Boost Air Pressure, mbar 710 Boost Air Temperature, C 120 Oil Gallery Temperature 120 Oil Charge, g 4200 Piston merit at end of test, increase in KV100 at 6% Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Peugeot DV4 TDCEC-L-09302/14 - Engine Tests - 11OHC Peugeot TU3M, 4 cylinder gasoline engine, 1360cc, fitted with batch approved cams and method is used to evaluate the performance of engine oils in respect of valve train scuffing in a combination of hot and cold running test comprises two individual sequences run under different test test duration: 100 hrs. Part A Part B Duration, hrs. 40 60 Engine Speed, rpm. 1500 3000 Engine Torque, Nm. 10 35 Oil Temp., C 40 100 Coolant Out Temp., C 45 90 Fuel Consumption, kg/hr. : RF 83-A-91The data is reported as ratings of the rocker pads according to the CEC M-02-A-78 test method and cam nose Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Peugeot TU3M Valve Train ScuffingCEC L-38-A-9402/14 - Engine Tests - 12In-line 4 cylinder gasoline TU5JP engine with multi-point fuel injection and catalyst system at L4 depollution evaluate high temperature deposits, ring sticking and oil thickening control in a test that simulates high speed European highway test length of 72 hours consisting of 6 x 12 hour, 2 stage cycles. Stage 1 is at wide open throttle, with an engine speed of 5600 rpm and oil temperature of 150 C and Stage 2 is at idle. No oil top-up. Stage 1 Stage 2 Duration, hrs. 11 hrs 50 mins 10 mins Speed, rpm. 5600 Idle Power, kW. 62 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 110 Exhaust Temperature, C 860 Oil Temperature, C 150 Fuel Specifications RF 83-A-91Ring viscosity Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Peugeot TU5JP-L4CEC-L-88-A-0202/14 - Engine Tests - 13VW 4 cylinder, , turbocharged and intercooled diesel detergency test for passenger car turbocharged diesel engines run under high load conditions. Duration, hrs. 50 Speed, rpm. 4500 Power, kW (bhp) 55 (75) Oil Temperature, C 130 Water Temperature, C 90 Fuel Sulphur, % rated for groove and land deposits and for ring no longer Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Other:VW Intercooled T/C DieselCEC L-46-T-9302/14 - Engine Tests - 14VW 4 cylinder, , turbocharged, intercooled diesel engine with direct detergency test for passenger car diesel engines run under high load conditions. Duration, hrs. 54 Speed, rpm. 4500 Power, kW (bhp) 82 (110) Oil Temperature, C 145 Water Temperature, C 90 Fuel Sulphur, % Test oil charge: oil rated for groove and land deposits and for ring Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:VW TDi DieselCEC L-78-T-9902/14 - Engine Tests - 154 cylinder VW PV 1449 engine with digifant injection and ignition evaluate the lubricant's ability to withstand oil oxidation and TBN depletion under extended service 2-phase test consisting of 48 x 4 hour, 3 stage cycles, followed by 56 hours steady state, with no oil top-up. Phase 1 Phase 2 1 2 3 Duration, hrs. 192 56 Duration, min. 120 72 48 Load, Nm. 159 80 idle 80 Temperature high high low highPiston and absolute viscosity Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:VW T4 (PV 1449)02/14 - Engine Tests - 166 cylinder MAN D2876 LF04 turbocharged Euro III engine with EGR, intercooler and reduced sump capacity. To evaluate the improvement in piston cleanliness, ring sticking and engine deposits of the test oil versus a reference test duration: 400 followed by 4 x 100 hour, 2 stage cycles: 35 hours at max. power then 65 hours at max. torque. Stage 1 Stage 2 Duration, hrs. 35 65 Speed, rpm. 1900 1125 Power, kW. 338 Torque, Nm. 2100 Oil Charge, L 30Piston train related viscosity Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:MAN D2876 LF04 (Meistersinger II)02/14 - Engine Tests - 17Mercedes Benz OM 364 LA, 4L turbocharged, intercooled diesel evaluate piston deposits, wear, sludge, varnish, oil engine is run according to a cyclic procedure. Total duration 300 hours consisting of 3 x 100 hour phases of 20 x hour cycles plus 50 hours steady state. Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Duration, hrs. 50 Speed, rpm. 2400 1500 1000 2400 Power, kW (bhp) 102 (137) 70 (94) 30 (40) 102 (137) Coolant Outlet Temp., C 105 Intake Air Temp., C 30 Oil Temperature, C 126 Oil Charge, kg. Fuel Specifications RF 90-A-92 ( to S)Pistons rated for liners rated for bore polish and and followers rated for consumption no longer supports current MB or ACEA Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Other:Mercedes Benz OM 364 LACEC L-42-T-9902/14 - Engine Tests - 18Mercedes Benz OM 441 LA EURO II V6, turbocharged and intercooled 250 kW engine with electronically controlled fuel evaluate the performance of engine oils in respect of performance in low emission, high performance diesel test duration: 400 hours50 hours cyclic (4 stages) followed each time by 50 hours constant speed/load. Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Constant Speed Speed, rpm. 1900 1330 1140 2120 1900 Duration, hrs. 50 Power, kW (bhp) 250 (335) 210 (281) 185 (248) 2 (3) 250 (335) Coolant Outlet Temp., C 105 Intake Air Temp., C 25 Oil Temperature, C > 123 Oil Charge, kg. Fuel Specifications RF 93-T-95 ( % S)Piston system boost pressure Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Mercedes Benz OM 441 LACEC L-52-T-9702/14 - Engine Tests - 19Euro V, V6 turbocharged engine with evaluate an oil's ability to prevent piston deposits and maintain engine cleanliness in a low emission, high performance 300 hour test with alternating and steady state cycles. Duration, hrs. 300 hrs Max. Power, kW 350 Max. Torque, Nm 2300 Exhaust Gas Temperature, C 525 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 103 Oil Temperature, C 125 Fuel <10ppm S with 5% FAMEPiston cleanliness, engine cleanliness, oil Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Methodof Rating:Mercedes Benz OM 501 LA02/14 - Engine Tests - 20MWM KD 12E, single cylinder, naturally aspirated 850cc diesel engine. Compression ratio 22 to assess high performance diesel engine oils with respect to their influence on piston cleanliness. Duration, hrs. 50 Speed, rpm. 2200 Power, kW (bhp) ( ) Coolant Out Temp., C 110 Oil Sump Temp., C 110 Fuel Sulphur, % (1) 1The three ring grooves and the first and second lands are assessed for of piston skirt and piston undercrown is piston rings are also checked for ring final piston cleanliness rating is determined based on the five individual ring zone assessments.(1) To CEC RF-91-A-81 Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Note:MWM KD 12E (MWM-B)CEC L-12-A-76, DIN 5136102/14 - Engine Tests - 21A 6 cylinder, , 460hp D12D Euro 3 evaluate an oil's ability to prevent piston deposits. 6 hour break-in followed by 400 hours consisting of a 12 step alternating fuel used is <10ppm sulphurMax. power = 338kWMax. torque = 2200NmPiston cleanliness, ring riding, bore polish and oil Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Volvo D12DVolvo TC415 02/14 - Engine Tests - 22Custom-built bench rig, consisting of a temperature controlled shaker table and hydraulic lifter check valve evaluate a lubricant's ability to prevent corrosion of iron engine test simulates short trip service under typical winter conditions and correlates to the obsolete Sequence IID engine test. The oil is kept at a temperature of 40 C. The balls are submerged in the oil for 18 hours, during which time an air and acid mix is injected into the oil under controlled flow balls are rated either optically or by a computer or video system, for surface Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Ball Rust TestASTM D655702/14 - Engine Tests - 231996-97 3800 Series II General Motors V-6 gasoline engine, with an overhead valve design and equipped with an external oil sump test simulates high-speed service, under relatively high ambient conditions and evaluates the oil's performance with regards to oxidation induced oil thickening, piston deposits and valve train 80 hour long test is broken into 10 hour segments; at the end of each segment, an oil sample is taken and fresh oil is added. Duration, hrs. 80 hrs Speed, rpm. 3600 Power, kW. ~75 Torque, Nm 200 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 122 Oil Temperature, Filter Block C 155 Air to Fuel Ratio :1Piston deposits, camshaft and lifter wear and increase in KV @ 40 C of the used hr rating applicable to API SJ and API CH-4Equipment Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Other:Sequence IIIFASTM D698402/14 - Engine Tests - 241996-97 3800 Series II General Motors V-6 gasoline engine, with an overhead valve design and equipped with an external oil sump test simulates high-speed service, under relatively high ambient conditions and evaluates the oil's performance with regards to oxidation induced oil thickening, piston deposits and valve train 100 hour long test is broken into 20 hour segments; at the end of each segment, an oil sample is taken and measured for KV @ 40, and fresh oilis added. Duration, hrs. 100 Speed, rpm. 3600 Power, kW. ~94 Torque, Nm 250 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 115 Oil Temperature, Filter Block C 150 Air to Fuel Ratio :1Piston deposits, camshaft and lifter wear, increase in KV @ 40 C of the used oil and low temperature used oil Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Sequence IIIG02/14 - Engine Tests - 251994 Nissan KA24E, in-line 4 cylinder engine with two inlet and one exhaust valve per to simulate excessive engine idling, this test measures the ability of an oil to control camshaft lobe wear in engines equipped with an overhead valve train and sliding cam followers. A 100 hour long test, consisting of 100 x 2 stage cycles. Stage 1 Stage 2 Duration, mins. 50 10 Speed, rpm. 800 1500 Torque, Nm. 25 25 Power, kW Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 50 55 Oil Temperature, C 49 59 Camshaft Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Sequence IVA02/14 - Engine Tests - 261994 Ford V8 engine with two valves per an oil's ability to prevent sludge and varnish formation in a moderate temperature, high engine idling 216 hour test, 3 stage test, consisting of 54 cycles, each lasting 4 hours. Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Duration, mins. 120 75 45 Speed, rpm. 1200 2900 700 Manifold pressure, kPa 66 69 Record Oil Temperature, C 68 100 45 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 57 85 45 Rocker Temperature, C 29 85 29 Engine sludge and varnish, piston skirt varnish and oil screen Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Methodof Rating:Sequence VGASTM D659302/14 - Engine Tests - 27A Ford V8 modular engine equipped with an external oil heating/cooling evaluate the effect of a lubricant on the fuel consumption of a low friction baseline, 5W-30 oil is run first, and the fuel consumption is measured at 5 distinct speed/load/temperature test oil is then introduced, and is aged for 16 hours at Aging Phase 1 conditions, and then the fuel consumption of the test oil is measured under the same 5 speed/load/temperature test oil is then aged for a further 80 hours under Aging Phase 2 conditions, and then the fuel consumption at the 5 distinct conditions is measured baseline oil is then reintroduced and the fuel consumption at 5 distinct speed/load/temperature conditions is measured length is approximately 134 hours. Aging Stages Test Stages Phase 1 Phase 2 1 2 3 4 5 Speed, rpm 1500 2250 1500 800 800 1500 1500 Power, kW Oil temperature, C 125 135 125 105 70 70 45 Coolant Temperature, C 105 105 105 95 60 60 45 FEI 1, relative fuel efficiency after 16 hours aging, and FEI 2 relative fuel efficiency after 96 hours aging, compared to the average fuel consumption of the baseline candidate oil run immediately before and after the Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Methodof Rating:Sequence VIBASTM D683702/14 - Engine Tests - 28Single cylinder, carburetted, CLR (Cooperative Lubricant Research) oil evaluation an oil's copper, tin, and lead bearing corrosion control capabilities and evaluates shear stability under high temperature operating state test lasting 40 hours. Duration, hrs. 40 Speed, rpm. 3150 Oil Temperature, C 143Connecting rod bearing weight loss, used oil kinematic viscosity, 10 hour stripped viscosity for multigrade Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Sequence VIIIASTM D670902/14 - Engine Tests - GM Engine (LY7) installed on a dynamometer test evaluate the fuel economy benefit of a candidate oil in comparison with a baseline calibration oil. (SAE 20W-30)The test length is 155 hours. A baseline calibration oil is run first measuring the fuel consumption, then the candidate oil is run and finally the reference oil is run again. When changing the oil from the candidate to the reference one, a flush is required with a special flushing oil. The test is based on 6 stages each of which has constant speed/torque/temperature conditions. ParameterStage 1Stage 2Stage 3Stage 4Stage 5Stage 6Speed tr/min 200020001500695695695Load Cell, NM105105105202040Nominal Power, kW Gallery, C1156511511535115Coolant-In, C1096510910935109Test results are expressed as a percent change in weighted fuel consumption relative to the baseline oil. FEI 1 is made after 16 hours of oil aging and FEI 2 evaluation is made after 100 hours of oil Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Sequence VIDASTM D758902/14 - Engine Tests - 30GM diesel of valve train wear not related to soot. Engine Speed, rpm. 1000 Power, kW (bhp) 30 (41) - 34 (46) Coolant Out Temp., C 120Equipment Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Roller-Follower Wear TestASTM D596602/14 - Engine Tests - 31Single cylinder supercharged diesel engine (1Y540) using one piece aluminium detergency test for high speed, severe supercharged conditions. Duration, hrs. 252 Engine Speed, rpm. 2100 Power, kW (bhp) 67 (91) Coolant Out Temp., F 200 Inlet Air, F/ C 260/127 Exhaust Gas, F 1025 Inlet Air Pressure (in Hg) Coolant Flow (galls. min). Air Fuel Ratio Fuel Injection Pressure (psi) 15,000 Fuel Sulphur, % assessed include piston deposits, oil consumption, piston ring projections and wear, liner polish and wear, and oil Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Caterpillar 1KASTM D675002/14 - Engine Tests - 32Single cylinder supercharged diesel engine (1Y73).Evaluation of ring sticking, ring and cylinder wear and piston deposits. Duration, hrs. 120* Engine Speed, rpm. 1800 Power kW, (bhp) 42 Coolant Out Temp., C 88 Fuel Sulphur, % * After 1 hour run-inPiston and liner liner and piston ring wear grooves and lands rated for carbon Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating: Caterpillar 1M-PCASTM D661802/14 - Engine Tests - 33Single cylinder supercharged diesel engine (1Y540) using one piece aluminium determine acceptability of oils for Caterpillar engines, based on evaluation of oil consumption and piston deposits. Duration, hrs. 252 Engine Speed, rpm. 2100 Power, kW (bhp). 67 (91) Coolant Out Temp., C 93 Fuel Injection Pressure (psi) 15,000 Fuel Sulphur, % deposits rated to include top groove fill (TGF) %, top land heavy carbon (TLHC) % and weighted deposits (WDK). No stuck piston rings or piston, ring or liner distress are oil consumption Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Caterpillar 1N ASTM D675002/14 - Engine Tests - 34Single cylinder, non-intercooled 1Y3700 of piston deposits and oil consumption when using two-piece pistons with forged steel crown and aluminium skirt. Duration, hrs. 360 Power, kW (bhp). 55 (74) Engine Speed, rpm. 1800 Inlet Air Temp., C 60 Oil Temp., C 130 Fuel Injection Pressure (psi) 28,000 Fuel Sulphur, % Total Weighted Piston Deposits (WDP), Top Groove and Top Land Carbon (TGC and TLC) and oil consumption Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Caterpillar 1PASTM D668102/14 - Engine Tests - 35A 2004 Caterpillar C13 ACERT, in-line 6 cylinder, 13L stage test to determine an oils ability to minimize piston deposits and oil consumption. Duration, hrs. 500 Speed, rpm 1800 Inlet Manifold Temperature, C 40 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 88 Oil Gallery Temperature, C 98 Fuel Sulphur, ppm 7-15Top groove carbon, top land carbon, 2nd ring carbon deposits and oil Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Methodof Rating:Caterpillar C1302/14 - Engine Tests - 361994 Cummins M-11 330E engine which is electronically controlled and has been modified to provide over-fueling and retarded evaluate soot abrasive wear of the valve train, oil filter plugging and sludge formation on the rocker hour long test consisting of 2 x 100 hour cycles alternating 50 hour segments with retarded and standard timing. The engine runs 15% over-fuelled. Stage 1 Stage 2 Duration, hrs. 50 50 Speed, rpm. 1800 1600 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 88 Oil Temperature, C 115 Timing Retarded StandardCrosshead wear at plugging. Test no longer Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Other:Cummins M11 - HST (obsolete)ASTM D683802/14 - Engine Tests - 37Cummins ISM 425 in-line 6 cylinder diesel engine which is turbocharged, aftercooled and has evaluate the protection of an oil against soot related valve train wear, top ring wear, engine sludge and filter plugging in an high soot, EGR hour test length consisting of 3 x 100 hour 2 stage cycles, where Stage 1 generates soot and Stage 2 induces valve train wear. Stage 1 Stage 2 Duration, hrs. 50 50 Speed, rpm. 1800 1600 Torque, Nm. 1300 1930 Inlet Manifold Temperature, C 80 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C Oil Temperature, C 115 Oil Charge, L 30Crosshead wear at ring weight no longer Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Other:Cummins M11 EGR (obsolete)D6975-0302/14 - Engine Tests - 382004 US EPA emission compliant, in-line, 6 cylinder Cummins B series evaluate an oils ability to inhibit soot-induced valve train wear on a sliding tappet platform equipped with EGR. A 350 hour test consisting of 2 stages. Stage 1 is a 100 hour long soot generation phase, to reach soot. Stage 2 is 250 hours of cyclical operation to induce valve train wear. Stage 1 Stage 2 Duration, hrs. 100 250 Speed, rpm 1600 800 - 2600 variable Injection timing, BTDC 15 nominal variable Inlet Manifold Temperature, C 68 68 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 99 Oil Sump Temperature, C 110 Oil Charge, kg Fuel sulphur, ppm 10 Average camshaft wear, average mass loss of tappet, crosshead and adjusting Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Cummins ISB02/14 - Engine Tests - 39In-line 6 cylinder 11L Cummins ISM with evaluate an oil's ability to protect and engine against wear, filter plugging and sludge deposits in a high soot 200 hour test alternating between 2 x 50 hour stages where Stage 1 is a soot generation phase and Stage 2 is run under heavy load conditions. Stage 1 Stage 2 Duration, hrs. 50 50 Speed, rpm 1800 1600 Injection timing Variable Fixed Inlet Manifold Temperature, C 80 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C Oil Gallery Temperature, C 115 Crosshead weight loss, filter plugging, sludge Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Methodof Rating:Cummins ISM02/14 - Engine Tests - 40Detroit Diesel 6V-92TA, 6 cylinder, two-stroke turbocharged diesel of ability of lubricant to protect critical cylinder components under typical conditions of test duration: 100 hrs consisting of 6 cycles. Half running at full load, the other half at full rated power. Load Mode Power Mode Speed, rpm. 1200 2300 Power, kW (bhp). 300 320 490 510 Oil Sump Temp., C 112 119 123 131 Oil Consumption, g/hr., max. 340 340 Coolant Out Temp., C 84 84Rings, liners, slipper bushings and piston skirts rated for distress which relates to overall engine no longer Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Other:Detroit Diesel 6V-92TAASTM D586202/14 - Engine Tests - 41Mack E7-350, 6 cylinder turbocharged, intercooled diesel engine. 12L, 350 of viscometric performance and soot loading of engine oils in turbocharged and intercooled diesel engines. Duration, hrs. 250 at full load (T-8) 300 at full load (T-8E) Speed, rpm. 1800 Torque, lb/ft. 1010 1031 Oil Sump Temp., C 102 107 Coolant Out Temp., C 85 Fuel Sulphur, % increases from used oil analysis are measured. Test method also stipulates max. oil consumption of lbs/ Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:MACK T-8/T-8EASTM D596702/14 - Engine Tests - 42Equipment Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Other:Mack T-10 (obsolete)ASTM D6987Mack E-Tech 460 diesel engine equipped with evaluate an oil's performance with respect to piston, liner and bearing wear in an EGR 300 hour test consisting of two stages. Stage 1 is a 75 hour soot generation phase, and Stage 2 is 225 hours at peak torque. Stage 1 Stage 2 Duration, hrs. 75 225 Speed, rpm. 1800 1200 Power, kW. ~257 ~324 Inlet Manifold Temperature, C 70 66 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 66 85 Oil Temperature, C 88 113Piston ring and liner content in used no longer - Engine Tests - 43In-line, 6 cylinder Mack E-Tech V-Mac III diesel engine with EGR, turbocharging and evaluate the viscosity increase and soot loading performance of engine oils in an EGR stage test lasting 252 hours, with variable timing to hit three different soot windows at 96 hr, 192 hr and 252 hr. Duration, hrs. 252 Speed, rpm. 1800 Power, kW. ~257 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 66 Inlet Manifold Temperature, C 70 Oil Temperature, C 88% soot in oil leading to a 12 cSt increase in Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Mack T-11ASTM D715602/14 - Engine Tests - 44In-line 6 cylinder, 12L Mack E-TECH V-MAC III engine, turbocharged with heavy determine an oils ability to minimize bearing corrosion, ring/liner wear and oil consumption. A 300 hour test consisting of two stages. Stage 1 is 100 hrs, 35% EGR, rated speed conditions to generate ~ soot, then Stage 2 is 200 hrs, 15% EGR, peak torque conditions to generate wear and corrosion. Stage 1 Stage 2 Duration, hrs. 100 200 Speed, rpm 1800 1200 EGR, % 35 15 Inlet Manifold Temperature, C 80 80 Coolant Outlet Temperature, C 66 108 Oil Gallery Temperature, C 88 116 Fuel ULSD 7 -15 ppm sulphurIncrease in lead in oil, average liner wear, top ring weight Used:Purpose:Test Conditions:Method of Rating:Mack T-12Specification HandbookRig TestsRig Tests02/14 - Rig Tests - 1Contents Rig Tests Denison T6H20C Vane/Piston Pump Test ........................................ .........................2 Dynamic Seal Test ........................................ ........................................ .....................3 FE8 Rolling Bearing Lubricant Test Rig ........................................ .............................4 Flender Foam ........................................ ........................................ .............................5 Four-Ball Extreme Pressure Test ........................................ .......................................6 Four-Ball Wear Test ........................................ ........................................ ....................7 FZG A10 Shock/Stage Test ........................................ ........................................ .......8 FZG Load-Carrying Capacity Test ........................................ .....................................9 FZG Low Speed Test ........................................ ........................................ ...............10 FZG Low Speed Wear Test (Verschleiss Test) ........................................ .................11 FZG Pitting Test ........................................ ........................................ .......................12 FZG Micropitting Test ........................................ ........................................ ..............13 SSP180 Synchromesh Test ........................................ ........................................ .....14 Schmidt/Afton Tribo Tester Slideway Oil Test ........................................ ..................15 Shear Stability Test - Kurt Orban ........................................ .....................................16 SKF Emcor (DIN 51802).................................. ........................................ .................17 The Brugger Test ........................................ ........................................ .....................18 Timken Extreme Pressure Test ........................................ ........................................ 19 VW Shear Stability Test ........................................ ........................................ ...........20 Conestoga Pump Test ........................................ ........................................ .............21European Tests:02/14 - Rig Tests - 2To evaluate the wear and filter blocking performance of hydraulic fluids in controlled conditions with and without water T6H20C Vane/Piston Pump Rig which circulates fluid while cycling the pump output pressure and maintaining fluid same fluid is used for two 300-hr test phases, first with < water then with 1% is carried out by Denison at their factory in Vierzon, Specifications :Equipment:Method:Rating:Specifications: Denison T6H20C Hydraulic Vane/Piston Pump Test A-TP-3053302/14 - Rig Tests - 3To assess sealing and wear capabilities of lubricants on oil seal heads capable of applying different shaft speeds, temperatures and time duration to a fixed position test oil oil seal samples are held in plates that are in turn fixed to an oil shaft then fits through the test seal and the chamber is half filled with cycle of conditions are then wear and leakage during test is monitored. Other parameters are also rated including cracking, hardness and pass or fail is derived from the :Equipment:Methods:Ratings:Results:Dynam ic Seal Test02/14 - Rig Tests - 4The Rolling Bearing Lubricant Test Rig FE8 can be used to study the tribological system Rolling Bearing .The test rig can be adapted to the most diverse operating and environmental conditions. This makes it extremely versatile, allowing field applications as well as lubricants, materials and roller bearings to be studied under their specific operating test rig with adaptors to run oil or grease lubricants and roller or ball bearing is run to specific conditions for an allotted time either using a grease or oil visual check for pitting of the bearing surfaces and post test weight loss, plus any increase in coefficient :Equipment:Method:Rating:FE8 Rolling Bearing Lubricant Test RigDIN 51819-302/14 - Rig Tests - 5To evaluate the behaviour of oils with regard to air method consists of an enclosed gearbox with 1 litre of oil to be tested. The gear pair are used to mix the oil with the air and effect foam formation over a 5 minute visual rating on a numerical scale measuring the foam formation on top of the test addition of suitable additives to reduce the effects of foaming thus reducing the possibilities of pitting and :Method:Rating:Significance:Flender Foam02/14 - Rig Tests - 6Covers three determinations of the load-carrying properties of lubricating fluids: (a) Load-Wear Index (b) Weld Point (c) WearA standardised machine design is four-ball EP tester is operated with one steel ball rotating against three steel balls held stationary in the form of a cradle. The lubricant under test covers the lower three balls. The speed of rotation, loading and duration time is set dependant on index of the ability of the lubricant to prevent wear at applied loads. The equation for load-wear index reflects the ability of a lubricant to carry a high load without welding and to allow only relatively small wear scars at loads below the weld lowest load in kilograms at which the rotating ball welds to the three stationary mean scar wear diameters are measured from the 3 stationary balls after running test user should determine to his own satisfaction whether the results correlate with field performance or other bench test :Equipment:Method:Load-WearIndex:Weld Point:WearSpecifications:Four-Ball Extreme Pressure TestIP 239 & ASTM D278302/14 - Rig Tests - 7Covers a procedure for making a preliminary evaluation of anti-wear properties of fluid lubricants. Evaluation of greases using the same machine is detailed in Method standardised machine design is mm diameter steel balls are clamped together and covered with the lubricant under test. A fourth steel ball is pressed with a force of 147or 392 N into the cavity formed by the three balls for the three-point contact . The temperature of the test lubricant is regulated at 75 C and the top ball is rotated at 1200 rpm for 60 minutes. Lubricants are compared by using the average size of the scar diameters worn on the lower three clamped user of this method should determine to his own satisfaction whether the results of this procedure correlate with field performance or other bench test :Equipment:Method:Specifications:Four-Ba ll Wear TestASTM D417202/14 - Rig Tests - 8To differentiate between lubricants with higher EP performance.(See FZG load carrying test).Special gears are run in a bath of candidate load on the tooth flanks is increased in stages from Stage 1 to load stage expected failure load is applied to an unused gear gears are inspected visually without removal at the end of each load failure load stage is reached when the sum of the damaged area s width exceeds the failure load stage as the :Equipment:Method:(Stage Test)(Shock Test)Ratings:Results:FZG A10 Shock/Stage TestFVA Research Project No. 243 CEC SG-T-08402/14 - Rig Tests - 9Assess the relative load-carrying capacities of oils when used to lubricate steel/steel spur FZG spur gear test rig consists of a closed power circuit with drive and test gears connected by two torsion shafts. One of the shafts has a positive clutch for application of the gear wheels are run in the lubricant under test at a constant speed for a fixed time. The initial oil temperature is controlled but allowed to rise freely during each stage of the test. Loading is raised in stages. The test is continued until the damage load stage is reached, but if no damage occurs at load stage 12 the test is gears are inspected visually, without removal, at the end of each load failure load stage is determined by the summation of deep scoring, seizure lines or seizure areas on any of the gear load stage in which failure occurs is reported together with the test conditions; , where A = gear type, = pinion speed at pitch circle in m/sec, and 90 = initial temperature in oil sump in C. These are the usual conditions, but they can be changed as are reported in terms of the highest pass stage for the CEC method or the first fail load stage, for the DIN :Equipment:Method:Ratings:Results:Specif ications:FZG Load-Carrying Capacity TestDIN 51354/CEC L-07-A-9502/14 - Rig Tests - 10Based on a test originally developed by Chevron, this procedure has been adopted by ASTM D4998-89 for the evaluation of final drive lubricants for use in agriculture tractors and similar off-road the same test equipment and gear wheels as for the FZG load-carrying capacity test, this procedure requires a fixed load durability run to the following Temp., C 121Load Stage 10Motor Speed, r/min. 100 3Duration, Revolutions 120,000The data is reported as total weight loss for both test gears, together with the total number of teeth exhibiting wear. The precision of the method has not been test method development working group has abandoned the method until further research studies are completed. This is due to poor :Method:Results:Note:FZG Low Speed Wear Test02/14 - Rig Tests - 11Evaluation of load carrying capacities of oils and effects on wear using spur test rig with a 25/1 gear reduction gearbox due to the low speed test is split into 3 stages and uses steel spur gears dipped in approximately 2 litres of oil. The test set is weighed before result is determined by the weight loss after every stageAccording to ZF Issued November :Equipment:Method:Result:Specification:F ZG Low Speed Wear Test (Verschleiss Test)StageDuration (Hrs)Speed(RPM)Temperature( C)Load(N/mm2)140139018142401312018143401 390181402/14 - Rig Tests - 12For testing suitable gear oils in the viscosity range from ISOVG 32 to ISOVG 220 to discriminate pitting FZG spur gear test rig consists of a closed power circuit with drive and test gears connected by 2 torsion of the shafts has a positive clutch for application of the Project No 2/IV - A set of test gears are run in approximately litres of fluid with a constant tooth loading for up to 300 hours. A visual inspection is carried out every 24 failure criteria is a pitting area on an individual tooth at least 4% of the active flank. This corresponds to approximately :Equipment:Method:Results:FZG Pitting TestFVA 2/IV02/14 - Rig Tests - 13Evaluates the ability of gear lubricants to resist FZG gear rig is specially adapted to supply spray lubrication at a given rate and temperature to the test spur two part procedure comprises a load stage test followed by an endurance test. During the load stage test, the ability of the gear lubricant tribological systems to resist micropitting is determined. The endurance test provides information on the progress of the damage after a higher number of load gears are examined for weight loss, area of micropitting involute profile :Equipment:Method:Results:FZG Micropitting TestFVA 54/I - IV02/14 - Rig Tests - 14To determine the endurance life of synchromesh systems using different materials for manual gearboxes in automotive applications defined by wear and coefficient of 180 Synchromesh Test Rig, with measuring a short running in period a synchromesh is used to engage/disengage two individual revolving complete test comprises of 100000 cycles without test is evaluated by clashing of the synchromesh, coefficient of friction and mechanical wear on the contact :Equipment:Method:Results:SSP180 Synchromesh TestCEC L-66-9502/14 - Rig Tests - 15The method evaluates oil in respect of static friction and stick slip behaviour when used in machine slideway slideway supporting a sliding block is lubricated with the test oil. The slideway is gradually inclined until the sliding block begins to move. The angle at which the block moves 20 microns is used to calculate the Schmidt Coefficient of Friction . Developed by the Hans Schmidt Tribology Laboratory for their original slideway test method uses two combinations of test materials:(a) Grey Cast Iron on Grey Cast Iron;(b) SKC 3 plastic on Grey Cast run-in cycles are carried out with the SKC 3 plastic test and 400 with the Grey Cast Iron test. After completing the run-in, 10 test cycles are carried out to determine the Schmidt Coefficient of Friction of the plots of all the run-in and test cycles are presented along with the calculated results of the 10 test :Method:Results:Schmidt/Afton Tribo Tester Slideway Oil Test02/14 - Rig Tests - 16To correlate shear stability with the permanent viscosity drop expected in field Orban Injector sample of oil is subjected to 30 or 250 cycles of a two cylinder diesel injection pump and injector nozzle set to a pressure of 175 :Equipment:Method:Shear Stability Test - Kurt OrbanCEC L-14-A-8802/14 - Rig Tests - 17To evaluate rust and corrosion properties of a lubricant with the presence of manufactered rig conisting of 8 test bearing housings connected on a common electric drive motor run in an oil/water mixture for 8 hrs. The rig then stands idle for a period of 16 hrs. This cycle is then repeated with a final running of 8 hrs before standing idle for 108 hrs. The bearings are then are visually rated on a scale of 1-5 depending on the amount of corrosion performance with the presence of :Equipment:Method:Rating:Significance:SK F EmcorDIN 5180202/14 - Rig Tests - 18The Brugger Test determines the load capacity of industrial, transmission and hydraulic lubricants. The test provides a useful technique for evaluating the wear protection of a lubricant under conditions of minimal M ller Weingarten Brugger Test Machine is 25 mm diameter steel friction roller is rotated at 940 rpm ( m/sec) against an 18 mm diameter fixed steel cylinder roller with a force of 400 N applied by a lever mechanism for 30 seconds. The surfaces are lubricated with a 5 ml sample poured over the assembly one minute before the start of the result is reported in N/sqmm, calculated from the measurement of the wear pass criteria are:Hydraulic Oil 30 N/sqmmTransmission Oil 50 N/sqmmGrease 30 N/sqmmThe user should determine to his own satisfaction whether theresults correlate with field performance or other bench test :Equipment:Method:Results:Specifications :Significance:The Brugger Test02/14 - Rig Tests - 19Covers the determination of load-carrying capacity of lubricating fluids by means of the Timken Extreme-Pressure test uses the Timken Wear and Lubricant Testing Machine, in which a pivoted test block is applied to the periphery of a rotating cylinder (cup) in such a way that the pressure of application can be machine is operated with the steel cup rotating at 800 r/min. Two determinations are made: the minimum load that will rupture the lubricant film and cause scoring or seizure; and the maximum load (OK load) that will not rupture the lubricant is initiated at an applied load of 30 lbs and increased in increments of 10 lbs until scoring occurs. The load is then reduced by 5 lbs to determine the final score load and OK load values. Each load stage is run for a 10 minute duration and the lubricant temperature is brought to 38 C at the start of each method is widely used for specifications purposes and is used to differentiate between lubricants having low, medium or high extreme-pressure characteristics. The results may not correlate with results from :Equipment:Method:Specifications:Timken Extreme Pressure TestASTM D278202/14 - Rig Tests - 20Determination of the mechanical shear stability of lubricants containing polymer additives such as gearbox, shock-absorber, automatic transmission and engine adaptor, containing a standard single row taper roller bearing, is installed in a Four-Ball test machine. 40ml of test oil is introduced into a cup surrounding the bearing and the machine is run at 1500 r/min. with a 5 KN bearing axial load, for test durations of 4, 8 and 20 hours. The oil temperature is held at 60 percentage loss in kinematic viscosity of the oil after each test run is plotted against method is being standardised for specifications purposes and is a rapid means of assessing the shear stability of a wide range of :Method:Significance:KRL Shear Stability TestCEC L45-A-99 Taper Roller Bearing Rig02/14 - Rig Tests - 21For determination of steel on steel anti-wear properties of hydraulic fluids by means of performance in a vane type hydraulic pump. It covers a range of hydraulic fluids, both anhydrous and aqueous, Intended for applications where high speed sliding contacts, such as those found in a vane pump are Vickers type V-104-C 12 pump housing containing Conestoga internals is used to circulate a hydraulic fluid around a closed loop 20763 The test consists of a vane pump circulating hydraulic ASTM D7043-4a oil with a relief valve pressure of 14 Mpa and at a temperature to achieve a viscosity of 13mm2/s for anhydrous fluids and 30mm2/s for aqueous at the pump inlet vanes and cam ring from the test cartridge are weighed before and after test to determine weight loss. A visual inspection is also carried out on the contact : Equipment: Method:Rating:Conestoga Pump TestISO 20763 ASTM D7043For the latest version of the Specification Handbook please Chemical Corporation Regional Headquarter OfficesASIA PACIFICAfton Chemical Asia Pacific LLC111 Somerset Road #09-05Singapore 238164T 65 6732 0822F 65 6737 4123EMEAIAfton Chemical LimitedLondon Road, BracknellBerkshire RG12 2UWEnglandT 44 1344 304 141F 44 1344 420 666LATIN AMERICAAfton Chemical Industria de Advitivos LTDAAvendia Rio de Janeiro 901 (Parte)CEP-20931-675 BrazilT 55 21 3295 4050F 55 21 2580 8647 & 2589 0531NORTH AMERICAAfton Chemical Corporation500 Spring StreetRichmondVA 23219USAT 1 804 788 5800F 1 804 788 5184

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