EIFFEL NOBLE ULTIMATE SN/CF series
Eiffel Noble Ultimate SN/CF series is designed with semi-synthetic base stocks and advanced technology additive system to provide very high level of engine protection and performance. It is suitable for higher mileage gasoline fueled automobiles and light duty trucks requiring an API SN/CF specification, where very high viscosity index oils are preferred to provide longer oil drain intervals in modern engines and better oil consumption control in older vehicles where oil usage (burning) is an issue.  

Improved fuel economy & easy cold starts due to good fluidity at low temperatures.
High resistant oil film even at high engine operating temperatures.
Excellent detergency and dispersancy, reduces sludge formation which improves engine cleanliness.
Excellent oxidation & thermal stability, helps in extending oil drain intervals.
Superior wear protection for greater engine reliability and performance.

 

Eiffel Noble Ultimate series is suitable for use in GM, Ford, BMW, VW, Audi and Mercedes Benz.

Automotive gasoline and diesel engines.
Passenger cars, SUVs, light trucks and vans.
Moderate duty LPG vehicles.
Suitable for all petrol engines with multi-valve & turbo types and with or without catalytic converter.
Naturally aspirated or turbo-charged diesel engines in cars and light vans.
Fuel injected or indirect injection diesel engines fitted with blow-by recirculation systems.

 

Specifications Eiffel Noble Ultimate meets or exceeds following International and Builder specifications:

  • API SN, SM, SL, SJ, CF
  • ILSAC GF-4
  • ACEA A3/B3, A3/B4

Typical Characteristics

Eiffel Noble Ultimate Test Method Units 15W-40 15W-50
Density @ 15 0C ASTM D 4052 gm/cc 0.878 0.865
Viscosity @ 100 0C ASTM D 445 cSt 14.30 18.5
Viscosity @ 40 0C ASTM D 445 cSt 100 129
Viscosity Index ASTM D 2270 147 162
Pour Point ASTM D 97 °C -33 -42
Flash Point (COC) ASTM D 92 °C 230 230
Total Base Number ASTM D 2896 mg KOH/g 8.2 8.2
Phosphorous ASTM D 4951 %wt 0.1 0.1
CCS Viscosity ASTM D 5293 cP 5600 @ -20 °C 5800 @ -20 °C

The above figures are typical of blends with normal production tolerance and do not constitute a specification.

 

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