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  • ++ SUNOCO MOTOROILS AND LUBRICANTS ++
    Aartselaar Belgium port of Antwerp and has its main offices in Aartselaar Belgium The company was founded in 1935 and is producer and distributor of Sunoco products for the EMEA Petronas Lubricants International is a leading oil company and preferred manufacturer for several OEM companies In the EMEA Sunoco is a fast growing brand with top end and approved products Each batch is severely controlled before it is approved for

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  • ++ Petronas Lubricants Belgium NV ++
    a wide range of quality products general products as well as special custom made products The technological development is ongoing new engines new applications in the industry require new products with always more severe demands Questions Contact us using this

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  • ++ Petronas Lubricants Belgium NV ++
    and Asia Are you looking for a distributor in Belgium Are you looking for a distributor in The Netherlands Are you looking for a distributor in Other European Countries Are you looking for a distributor in Asia Are you looking

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  • ++ SUNOCO Merchandising ++
    advertising articles is available Kindly send your orders to PETRONAS LUBRICANTS BELGIUM NV Ingberthoeveweg 4 B 2630 Aartselaar Tel 32 0 3 458 12 30 Fax 32 0 3 458 14 78 Email address protected by JavaScript Please enable JavaScript

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  • Petronas Lubricants Belgium NV - News
    S T O RANGES Petronas Lubricants Belgium NV and Petronas Lubricants Netherlands B V introduce a complete new range of turbine oils The new turbine oils will be sold under de name of S T O and W T O The turbine range exists from S T O range Description The S T O range is based on high quality base oils to which specific additives have been added to get an high resistance against oxidation They show very little foam behaviour and excellent air separating properties Application The S T O range is being applied as system and control oil in steam turbines but can also be used in some certain lightly loaded gas turbines The oil is also suitable for high speed gear oil transmissions being lubricated by the turbine oil system Specifications ISO VG 32 and 46 ASTM D 4304 type I II DIN 51515 part 1 type L TD part 2 type L TG ISO 6743 5 type L TSA TSE TGA TGE Alstom HTGD 90 117 V0001 S British Standard BS 489 Brown Boveri HTGD 90117 CEGB Standard 207001 General Electric GEK 32568 A C MIL L 17672 D US Steel 120 Westinghouse Electric Corp TOS W T O range Description The W T O range is based on high quality base oils to which specific additives have been added to get an high resistance against oxidation They show very little foam behaviour and excellent air separating properties Application The W T O range is being applied as system and control oil in water turbines The oil has to fulfil a number of functions lubrication of the rotor bearings lubrication of the variable pitch blades lubrication of the transmissions gears lubrications of the auxiliary equipment like locks etc hydraulic controls of the shift mechanisms control

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  • ++ Petronas Lubricants Belgium NV ++
    will annoy the bike rider and on the long time cause wear and clutch problems So one can be convinced that there is really an essential difference between oil for a car and oil for a motorbike engine Where does the SUNOCO logo come from and what does it stand for The SUNOCO logo was created at the end of the nineteenth century 1894 and has been the symbol for quality and reliability regarding lubricants ever since Throughout its history there have been noticeable changes but meanwhile the recognizability of the SUNOCO logo has been spread all over the world January 1st 2000 was the starting signal for a new and dynamic millennium SUNOCO emphasized that dynamism through modernising its logo which is still actual The logo consists of a yellow checker which originally symbolised a diamond because of the takeover of the Diamond Oil Company perforated by a red arrow which indicated at that time the direction of the service station where the SUNOCO products were available The brand name SUNOCO acronym of former SUN Oil COmpany is placed centrally in the logo Can I use diesel engine oil in a petrol engine and vice versa Petrol and diesel engines have different lubrication requirements During development lubricants undergo a number of tests some common to diesel and petrol engines and others specific to one or the other type that categorize their performances At the end of this process they are awarded an API ACEA or OEM compliance standard These specifications characterize the acceptable functioning of the lubricant in each type of petrol or diesel engine Lubricants for four stroke engines usually comply with both petrol and diesel specifications For example an API SJ CF lubricant meets petrol specification SJ and diesel specification CF But this does not necessarily mean that it will perform in the same way in both petrol and diesel engines Does the oil has to be topped up The engine oil level should be checked regularly to prevent incidents A small amount of the oil that circulates in the engine is always burnt an engine in good condition consumes maximum between 0 2 and 0 5 liters of oil every 1 000 kilometers but successive top ups are no substitute for an oil change Accordingly it is natural that an engine consumes a small amount of oil which can be offset by top ups between oil changes however excessive need for top ups can be an indication of mechanical problems leaks etc Why choose a synthetic oil Semi synthetic and synthetic oils are made from non conventional bases using sophisticated chemical processes which confer special properties to the finished product First the high level of viscosity of the base oils used gives the finished lubricant remarkably stable viscosity whatever the temperature This property is one of its major advantages over mineral oils made from conventional bases which require a greater number of additives in order to improve viscosity The stability of lubrication in all temperatures guarantees

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  • Petronas Lubricants Belgium - CONTACT
    STEPHAN DERGENT Account Manager Tel 32 3 451 12 25 Fax 32 3 443 71 96 Email address protected by JavaScript Please enable JavaScript to contact me Belgium Luxemburg MARC VAN LOON Account Manager Distributors Tel 03 443 78 01 Mobile 0499 388 543 Email address protected by JavaScript Please enable JavaScript to contact me RAF BLEECKX Account Manager Flanders Mobile 0471 922 204 Email address protected by JavaScript Please

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  • Sunoco Product folders
    Sprays Food grade Biodegradable Specialties Logo Corporate ID brochure Corporate ID logo JPG 3 colors yellow red blue 1 color blue 1 color black 3 colors lubricants 1 color blue lubricants 1 color black lubricants 3 colors motor oils 1

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