Because using the right grease for the job can prevent expensive equipment damage, WD-40 Co. is introducing WD-40 Specialist Greases, a family of convenient solutions for automotive, construction and farming professionals dealing with a variety of specialized lubrication challenges.
Yes, 2016 is over, but there is one more change to be accounted for. As of December 1st, new API specifications for the new category 11 oils (PC-11) came into effect. The new specs will replace the CJ-4 classification with a split category for High Temperature High Shear viscosity grades (HTHS). With the split in categories, it is important to take note of the differences between the two.
Semi-synthetic oils such as 10w40 have long been the standard. Their base is refined crude oil, which is then blended with additives. However the market is moving towards synthetic oils. How are they different and what are their benefits?
Champion Brands LLC reports its Champion Oil brand is launching two new diesel engine oils at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show going on now in Las Vegas. Champion’s Blue Flame Synthetic Blend API FA-4 and CK-4 series oils will be a direct replacement for the current API CJ-4 diesel engine oil specification.
The Champion Oil range, distributed in Ireland by Serfac, features many premium quality lubricants that are either fully approved by vehicle manufacturers or are produced in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s recommended lubricant specification. It means that garages can selected the right Champion Oil for a job with complete peace of mind, but selecting the right oil also has several other vital implications.