Mobil Pegasus™ 610  

Mobil Industrial, United States

Gas Engine Oil

Product Description

Mobil Pegasus™ 610 is a high performance natural gas engine oil primarily intended for the lubrication of modern medium and high speed four-cycle engines operating on fuel that contains corrosive materials such as hydrogen sulphide or halogens (compounds containing chlorine, fluorine, etc.). These engines are generally of the lean-burn design where increased manifold pressures prevent sufficient lubricant from reaching the valve guide areas resulting in low oil consumption which can lead to accelerated valve guide and valve recession. This effect also increases the potential for wear and acid attack of upper cylinder components from the acidic materials generated during combustion. Mobil Pegasus 610 is a high TBN gas engine oil with exceptional reserve alkalinity designed to offset the negative effects of these corrosive materials on engine components. The excellent corrosion protection properties help to prevent wear in cylinders, valve areas and bearings which can result in longer engine life and lower maintenance costs. Mobil Pegasus 610 provides excellent anti-wear and anti-scuff performance assuring minimal piston scuffing, scoring and cylinder and ring wear. This oil can also be used for the lubrication of the reciprocating compressors in landfill and biomass gas applications.

Mobil Pegasus 610 is formulated from high quality mineral base oils combined with an advanced technology additive system designed to provide excellent protection of engine and compressor components. This product exhibits a high level of chemical stability and resistance to oxidation and nitration. Mobil Pegasus 610 offers outstanding resistance to valve train wear and protection against deposit and sludge formation. These performance advantages combined with the very effective detergency and dispersancy characteristics control the formation of ash and carbon deposits that could result in poor engine performance and detonation induced pre-ignition.

 

Features and Benefits

Mobil Pegasus 610 Gas Engine Oil provides an additional margin of protection in those applications using contaminated fuel. Its excellent detergent / dispersant technology also results in cleaner engines, lower wear rates and improved engine performance. The use of this product can result in reduced maintenance costs and improved production capacity. Its excellent chemical and oxidation stability can result in longer drain periods and reduced filter costs. The high reserve alkalinity of this product allows its use in engines operating on fuels with moderate amounts of corrosive materials in the fuel gas.

FeaturesAdvantages and Potential Benefits
High TBN and Reserve AlkalinityControls wear and corrosion when using contaminated gas
Protects valve seats and faces on four-cycle engines
Controls combustion chamber ash formation and improves spark plug performance
Outstanding Anti-wear and Anti-scuff PropertiesLower wear of engine components
Reduced scuffing of liners in highly loaded gas engines
Provides excellent break-in protection
Excellent Oxidation and Chemical StabilityCleaner engines
Extended oil drain intervals
Reduced oil filter costs
Excellent resistance to oxidation and nitration
Effective Corrosion ResistanceReduces valve guide wear in four-cycle gas engines
Protects bearings and internal components
Exceptional Detergent / Dispersant PropertiesNeutralises formation of acids in the oil
Protection of upper cylinder and valve train components
Cleaner engines
Longer oil filter life
Non-zinc and Non-Phosphorus FormulationExtend catalytic converter life and performance

 

Applications

Note : Engines operating on fuel gas with elevated levels of sulphur or chlorine compounds should also have coolant (jacket water) and oil temperatures raised.

  • Gas engines operating on fuel that contains moderate levels of hydrogen sulphide (H2S)
  • Engines operating on fuel containing other corrosive components such as TOHCl (Total Organic Halides as Chloride)
  • Spark ignited four-stroke cycle gas engines with very low oil consumption
  • Reciprocating compressors operating on natural gas that contains sulphur or halogens
  • High output or naturally aspirated engines operating at or in excess of rated capacity under high temperatures

 

Specifications and Approvals

Mobil Pegasus 610 has the following builder approval: 
Waukesha for landfill gas applications 

 

Typical Properties

Mobil Pegasus 610 
SAE Grade40
Viscosity, ASTM D 445 
cSt @ 40º C130
cSt @ 100º C13.8
Viscosity Index, ASTM D 2270102
Sulfated Ash, wt%, ASTM D 8741.0
TBN #, mg KOH/g, ASTM D 28968.6
Pour Point, ºC, ASTM D 97-18
Flash Point, ºC, ASTM D 92264
Density @ 15.6º C, ASTM D 4052, kg/L0.89

 

Health and Safety

Based on available information, this product is not expected to produce adverse effects on health when used for the intended application and the recommendations provided in the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) are followed. MSDS's are available upon request through your sales contract office, or via the Internet. This product should not be used for purposes other than its intended use. If disposing of used product, take care to protect the environment.

The Mobil logotype, the Pegasus design and Pegasus are trademarks of ExxonMobil Corporation, or one of its subsidiaries.

09-2017


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