This engine oil has been developed using highly efficient base oils that provide fluidity at low temperatures, maintain viscosity at high temperatures and reduce evaporation. A specially developed new advanced additive package is designed to increase the service life of the engine and the efficient operation of exhaust gas toxicity reduction systems, such as diesel particulate filter (DPF). Due to compliance with modern specifications and requirements, as well as the approvals received, Mobil Delvac XHP ESP 10W-40 oil can be used in mixed fleets. Mobil Delvac XHP ESP 10W-40 is compatible with biodiesel.
Features and Benefits
High-power, low-emission engines significantly increase the requirements for engine oils. Reducing the working gaps of the engines, the use of intercoolers and turbocharging leads to an increase in the thermal load on the oil. Low-emission engine technologies, such as increased fuel injection pressure, ignition delay, the use of additional cleaning devices, require improvement of oil parameters such as oxidative stability, the ability to disperse soot, evaporation and compatibility with exhaust gas treatment devices.
The modern technology used in Mobil Delvac XHP ESP 10W-40 oil makes it possible to achieve highly efficient performance characteristics and long oil change intervals, as well as contribute to the protection of exhaust systems, including those equipped with diesel particulate filters (DPF). It is recommended for use in engines running on biodiesel fuel, which contributes to high resistance to oxidation and prevention of piston contamination. The main advantages are:
1) Increasing oil change intervals
2) Protection against sticking rings
3) Helps to increase the service life of the engine
4) Helps to reduce the drop in viscosity and reduce oil consumption during intensive work in high temperature conditions
5) Contributes to the protection of exhaust systems, including those equipped with a DPF filter
6) Helps to improve the pumpability and circulation of oil
• High-power diesel engines, including modern cars with low-emission engines that meet Euro V/VI standards, which use technologies such as diesel particulate filters (DPF), selective catalytic neutralization (SCR), continuous regeneration particulate catchers (CRT), diesel oxidation catalysts (DOC) and spent gas recirculation gases (EGR)
• High-power diesel engines running on low-sulfur fuel and biofuels of various compositions
• Diesel engines without supercharging and turbocharged, operated as equipment drives
• Mainline trucks and buses for short and long-distance flights
• Off-road equipment, including mining, construction and agricultural machinery