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SHELL HELIX HX8 0W/20

RM 113.00


Product Description

Shell Helix HX8 0W/20 (4 Litre)
Shell Helix HX8 0W-20 works hard to offer a high level of protection and cleansing for modern gasoline engines. It helps to reduce engine friction to provide enhanced fuel economy. A smarter choice for extra miles.

Shell Helix HX8 SN Plus works hard to help keep modern engines clean and protected. It helps to prevent the formation of harmful deposits that can lead to performance loss and helps to reduce engine friction to provide enhanced fuel economy. It is particularly suitable for applications in vehicles from Japanese and American manufacturers.

It is also suitable for use in modern direct injection turbocharged gasoline engines where it provides protection against damaging low-speed pre-ignition (LSPI).


Meets or Exceed Industry Standards

  • API SN PLUS
  • ILSAC GF-5

The Benefits

  • Up to 40% better wear protection
  • 58% better high temperature deposit control & viscosity stability
  • 30% faster flow or easier starting and quicker warm-up

AUTHENTICATE YOUR MOTOR OILS

What is Viscosity?

Viscosity is one of the most important properties of engine oil. The viscosity of an oil is always marked on its barrel. Viscosity is measure of a fluid's resistance to flow. It is determined by the internal friction which resists the flow of adjacent particles in the fluid. As long ago as 1911, viscosity provided the basis for the first engine oil classification system and was defined in the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) classification system. Most of the oils used today are multi-grade oils. SAE 5W30 is an example of a viscosity designation of a multi-grade oil.

Measures of viscosity are based on two variables:
Dynamic Viscosity
This describes the engine oil's resistance to flow at low temperatures. Oils are divided into the winter viscosity classes 0W, 5W, 10W, 15W, 20W, 25W. The smaller the number in front of the W, the lower the viscosity of the oil at cold temperatures. Dynamic viscosity affects the starter speed when the engine is cold, for example. The lower the cold viscosity index, the easier the cold engine will turn over on starting.

Kinematic Viscosity
Kinematic viscosity describes the ratio between dynamic viscosity and the thickness of the engine oil at a certain temperature. SAE summer viscosity classes are classified at a test temperature of 100°C. Typical viscosity classes are 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60. The larger the number in front of the W, the higher the viscosity of the oil at 100°C.

Delivery

We are mainly sending orders to anywhere in Malaysia. We do not deliver to P.O. Box address. Shipping to other international addresses can be arranged upon request. Please contact us at [email protected] for more details.

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