AVENO Break-In Oil SAE 30 RED
AVENO Break-In Oil SAE 30 is a mineral break-in oil for start-up filling and the breaking-in of repaired or overhauled engines. AVENO Break-In Oil SAE 30 dispenses with the use of friction coefficient improving additives (friction modifier) to considerably shorten the break-in phase for rebuilt and modified engines. The piston rings are rapidly seated. Due to its high levels of ZDDP (zinc dithiphosphate), AVENO Break-In Oil SAE 30 is particularly recommended to break-in classic V8 engines with flat tappets.
AVENO Break-In Oil SAE 30 serves as a classic break-in oil and therefore can only remain in the engine for a short time (max. 1000km). The particularly high levels of anti-wear additives offer extra protection during the critical break-in phase of rebuilt engines. Please pay attention to the specifications of your engine reconditioners during the break-in phase. High engine loads and speeds are to be avoided.
- Very high levels of ZDDP
- No friction modifier
- Breaks the engine in as quickly as possible
|kinematic viscosity at 40°C||90,600||MM²/S||DIN ISO 51562-2:1988-12|
|kinematic viscosity at 100°C||11,000||MM²/S||DIN ISO 51562-2:1988-12|
|viscosity index||106||DIN ISO 2909:2004-08|
|density at 15°C||884||KG/M³||DIN EN ISO 12185:1997-11|
|Pour Point||-27||°C||ASTM D 7346:2015|
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This oil belongs after use in a waste oil collection point! Improper disposal of waste oil endangers the environment! Any admixture of foreign substances such as solvents, brake fluids and coolants is prohibited. Non-contaminated packages may be recycled.