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Diesel Engine Oils

Product Description Features & Benefits

Mobilgard ADL Series by ExxonMobil is a high performance Mobilgard ADL Series oils have demonstrated superior
family of increased dispersancy engine oils for high BMEP performance in the latest model diesel engines, including
medium and high-speed diesel engines operating on engines of MAN B&W Alpha, Caterpillar (3600 Series),
distillate and MDO fuels. These advanced diesel lubricants Deutz, and Wärtsilä. In extensive field testing on these
are available in both SAE 30 and 40 grades to suit most engines, Mobilgard ADL Series oils corrected many
marine engine viscosity requirements. As a result of a problems normally associated with severe service
special balance of detergent and dispersant properties engines operating on lower quality fuels. Results included
these oils provide not only increased resistance to lacquer dramatically reduced oil consumption, significantly
formation in severe service applications, but also assist in reduced liner lacquering and extended periods between
sludge and deposit removal. Use of Mobilgard ADL Series overhauls. These advanced diesel lubricants possess
oils avoids high oil consumption associated with cylinder excellent water separation, rust and corrosion resistance
liner lacquering, improves overall engine cleanliness and properties.
significantly reduces engine overhauls. Superior load
carrying properties minimise piston ring and liner wear, Key features and potential benefits include:
and also make Mobilgard ADL Series lubricants suitable
for marine gearing applications.

Features Advantages and Potential Benefits

Increased thermal and oxidation stability Improved engine cleanliness, reduced liner lacquering,
reduced top deck sludge, reduced piston ring groove
deposits and bore polishing

Superior wear protection Extends the life of critical wear surfaces

Enhanced detergency/dispersancy capability Reduced deposits especially in the ring belt area which
leads to extended cylinder overhauls and reduced oil

Stay-in-grade shear stability Reduced oil consumption and improved bearing protection

High TBN levels Prevents corrosive wear due to higher sulfur fuels

Excellent load carrying capability Extends life of bearing surfaces

Broad range of engine applications One severe service engine lubricant for all shipboard
Applications Health & Safety
Mobilgard ADL Series lubricants are intended for use in Based on available information, this product is not expected
high BMEP engines and in severe duty engine applications to produce adverse effects on health when used for the
where the nature of the fuel and service requires a greater intended application, following the recommendations
level of dispersancy and liner lacquer control than is provided in the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). MSDSs
offered by most diesel engine lubricants. They also have are available upon request through your sales contract
high FZG ratings, which makes them excellent extreme office, or via the Internet on
pressure gear lubricants. This product should not be used for purposes other than
its intended use. If disposing of used product, take care to
protect the environment.
Specifications & Approvals
Mobilgard ADL 30 and 40 are qualified against the API CF
performance level and meet the requirements of major
engine builders.

Typical Properties

Mobilgard ADL 30 ADL 40

SAE Grade 30 40

Specific Gravity at 15°C 0.900 0.901

Flash Point, °C 246 244

Pour Point, °C -12 -9


cSt, at 40°C 108 141

cSt, at 100°C 12.0 14.5

Viscosity Index 100 101

TBN, mg KOH/g 15 15

Sulfated Ash, % wt. 2.3 2.3

FZG Stage 11 12

Due to continual product research and development, the

information contained herein is subject to change without
notification. Typical properties may vary slightly.

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