FormulaShell 10W-30 (SN/GF-5) Synthetic Motor Oil - 55 Gallon Drum
Designed to protect engines and improve fuel economy, FormulaShell SAE 10W-30 synthetic motor oil performs in a wide range of temperatures. In low temperatures, it effectively lubricates. In high temperatures, it offers unsurpassed protection from deposits and acids and gives you a cleaner and longer lasting engine. Under high speed conditions, it allows for lower oil consumption. This multigrade oil contains viscosity index improvers which give you easier starts in cold weather and more protection in higher temperatures. In addition to this 55-gallon drum, this oil is also available in bulk.
The SAE 5W-20, SAE 5W-30 and SAE 10W-30 grades are Energy Conserving and meet ILSAC GF-4 specifications and API SM and prior API categories. Follow manufacturer's recommendations for viscosity grade and API Service Category. These oils are suitable for use and meet the performance requirements of many automobile manufacturers for service fill oil: 5W-20 (GM 6094M, Chrysler MS 6395P, Ford WSS-M2C930-A), 5W-30 (GM 6094M, Chrysler MS 6395P, Ford WSS-M2C929-A), and 10W-30 (GM 6094M, Chrysler MS 6395P). FormulaShell ÊSAE 10W-40 and SAE 20W-50 Engine Oils are premium high performance multigrade motor oils formulated to provide wide temperature range engine protection. FormulaShellÊ SAE 10W-40 and SAE 20W-50 Engine Oils meet or exceed all automobile and light duty truck warranty requirements for gasoline engines where a SAE 10W-40 or SAE 20W-50 engine oil is recommended. These grade oils meet API Classification SM and can be used in place of SL, SJ, and prior API category oils. Follow manufacturer's recommendations for viscosity grade and API Service Category. FormulaShellÊSAE 10W-40 and SAE 20W-50 Engine Oils are formulated with, thermally stable base stocks and select additive systems to provide protection for the demands made on modern crankcase lubricants. These oils provide a high level of protection against wear, rust and corrosion, piston scuffing and, high temperature oxidation and valve train wear.