Shell Mysella 15W-40 Ash-Free Oil for Stationary Gas Engines - 55 Gallon Drum
Shell Mysella 15W-40 is an ashless product that's designed to work in high-performance, natural gas engines. It minimizes engine wear, prevents deposits in combustion chambers and exhaust ports, and provides extreme protection against nitration and oxidation. It's ideal for two-cycle and four-cycle spark-ignited engines, and it can even clean out the heavy coatings of varnish from older engines. Shell Mysella 15W-40 is a prime choice for heavy workloads that require high levels of detergency to keep engine components clean.
Excellent Engine cleanliness New Engines Will Remain Almost Deposit-Free. The Detergency of Mysella Will Work to Clean the Heavy Coatings of Varnish From Older Engines Which Have Used Lower Quality Oils. (This Cleaning Action takes Place Gradually, Thereby Reducing the Chance of Blocking oil Screens or Filters With dislodged Deposits.) Minimal Cylinder Deposits The "Ashless" Formulation of Mysella Enables Spark Plugs to Remain Almost "as new", With Their Lifetime Limited Only by Spark gap erosion. It Also Virtually Eliminates detonation and pre-Ignition, due to the absence of Deposit ’¢"hot spots’¢". Clean Cylinder Ports Mysella Combines a low Tendency to Form Carbon With a Strong Detergency System, to Avoid port Plugging in 2-Stroke (2-Cycle) Engines. Protection From Wear Mysella Protects and Minimizes Scuffing During the Running-in (Break-in) Period. Long oil and Filter Life Mysella is Highly Resistant to Nitration and Oxidation, Which Cause Filter Deposits, Viscosity Increase and Acid Build-up. Main Applications Two and Four Stroke (2 and 4 Cycle) Spark-Ignited Engines Fueled by Natural gas and LP gas, Which Require or Perform Well With an Ashless oil.
- Caterpillar (Except 3400, 3500, 3600)
- Colt-Fairbanks Morse
- Cooper-Bessemer (2-Cycle)
- International äóÁí_íÍHarvester
- White Superior (Naturally Aspirated)
For additional questions regarding equipment approvals and recommendations, please consult your local Shell Technical Helpdesk, or the OEM Approvals website.