Orlen Oil / Digər (en)

Quality class: API: TC
Viscosity grad:

 

General features

Semisynthetic oil perfectly mixing with fuel, guaranteeing high protection against carbon depositing and very low smoke emission, in every working conditions it keeps lubricating oil film protecting the engine against wearing out at high revolution value and in high temperature.

Application

ORLEN OIL Trawol 2T is intended for two-stroke engines of garden equipment of any kind. It is mainly intended for mowers, saws, etc. of various manufacturers including Husqvarna and Stihl.

Dosage:
As recommended by the engine manufacturer.
2% of the fuel volume /1:50/ unless otherwise recommended by the engine manufacturer.
It will be provided in 100 ml packaging with a rule on the label to facilitate oil dosage in fuel.

Physical and chemical properties

Parameters Units Typical values
kinematic viscosity at 1000C mm2/s 9.7
flow temperature 0C -25
ignition temperature 0C 104
sulphate ash % 0.17
content of solid foreign bodies % no content
water content % (V/V) no content
Note: Physicochemical parameters listed in the table are typical values. Real values are stated in quality control certificates attached to each product lot.
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