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What Does Engine Oil Really Do?

Lubricants secure the functionality of the engine and are considered elements of construction in engine development. An engine is a complex machine with hundreds of moving parts, all operating under a wide range of temperatures and conditions. The capability of the engine oil you select dictates how well the engine copes with these conditions and how protected your engine is against wear, corrosion and the build up of dirt and deposits.

Lubricants have a heavy influence on:

  • Performance
  • Fuel consumption
  • Emissions

Lubricants are directly responsible for:

  • Engine cleanliness
  • Wear protection
  • Long engine life

Engine Diagram - what does engine oil really do?

 

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