|3177||Passenger Car Motor Oil||mineral||SL/CF||A3/B3||10W40|
|Flash Point (in C)||208|
|Pour Point (in C)||-36|
|Viscosity at 100C||15|
|Viscosity at 40C||103|
You may calculate the viscosity of the oil at various temperatures based on ASTM D341. This uses the two sets of calibration data that we already have in order to calculate the viscosity at any temperature. You may input multiple temperatures at once, seperated by comma.
|Format||Type||File name||Language||File size|
|MSDS||024507Castrol Magnatec 10W-40 A3_B3.pdf||English||92 KB|
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Unless Castrol has recently updated (or until it updates) specs of its Magnatec, ZIC A+ seems superior to Castrol in terms of its API, ACEA and MB specifications. Consider this: SM/CF vs SL/CF, MB 229.31 vs 229.1.
According to the ASTM viscosity chart ZIC A+ seems to be perform slightly better in Cold. But in hot climates they are about the same.
I hope this helps
Hi, What ur sugestion if i convert my engine oil from ZIC A+ to Castrol Magnetic 10W-40 A3/B3 waiting thanks