Mobil SHC Pegasus™ 30

Mobil industrial , United States

Synthetic Gas Engine Oil

Product Description

Mobil SHC Pegasus™ 30 is a new category of advanced technology natural gas engine oil designed to provide today's high output, low-emission four-cycle gas engines with the highest levels of protection. Mobil SHC Pegasus 30 uses a patented combination of high quality base stocks and advanced additive technology to deliver exceptional oxidation stability, nitration resistance and thermal stability. Its formulation has been carefully balanced to provide outstanding anti-wear characteristics and to control the formation of carbon and varnish deposits.

 

* Energy efficiency explained

The energy efficiency design is a trademark of Exxon Mobil Corporation. The fuel efficiency of Mobil SHC Pegasus 30 relates solely to the fluid performance when compared to ExxonMobil's standard SAE 40 natural gas engine oils. The technology used in Mobil SHC Pegasus 30 demonstrated up to a 1.5% increase in fuel efficiency when tested in standard natural gas engine applications under controlled conditions.  The energy efficiency claim for this product is based on test performed in accordance with all applicable industry standards and protocols. Efficiency improvements will vary based on operating conditions.

 

Features and Benefits

Features

Advantages and Potential Benefits

Outstanding anti-wear characteristics

Help to protect heavily loaded valve train components, pistons, liners, bearings, and gear trains

Excellent detergent-dispersant system

Controls the formation of carbon and varnish deposits to minimize oil consumption and maintain engine cleanliness even during extend drain intervals

Exceptional oxidation stability, nitration resistance and thermal stability

Provides the opportunity to extend drain intervals by four to eight times that of conventional gas engine oils

Low volatility

Reduces oil consumption and reduces deposit formation

 

Applications

Turbocharged, naturally aspirated, medium to high speed four-cycle engines requiring a low ash oil

Lean-burn and stoichiometric four-cycle engines operating under high load, high temperature conditions

High-speed four-cycle gas engines used in cogeneration applications

Natural gas fuelled engines equipped with catalytic converters

Gas engines operating on fuel that contains low levels of H2S

 

Specifications and Approvals

This product has the following approvals:

INNIO Waukesha Engine APG 1000 Applications Using Commercial Quality Natural Gas

 

Properties and Specifications

Property

 

Grade

SAE 30

Density @ 15.6 C, g/cm3, ASTM D4052

0.842

Ash, Sulfated, mass%, ASTM D874

0.54

Flash Point, Cleveland Open Cup, °C, ASTM D92

260

Total Base Number, mgKOH/g, ASTM D2896

6.5

Viscosity Index, ASTM D2270

154

Kinematic Viscosity @ 100 C, mm2/s, ASTM D445

10.1

Pour Point, °C, ASTM D97

-54

Kinematic Viscosity @ 40 C, mm2/s, ASTM D445

60

 

Health and safety

Health and Safety recommendations for this product can be found on the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) @ http://www.msds.exxonmobil.com/psims/psims.aspx

All trademarks used herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of Exxon Mobil Corporation or one of its subsidiaries unless indicated otherwise.

10-2021


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