Chevron Supreme Motor Oil SAE 30
Detailed Product Description
Chevron Supreme SAE 30 Motor Oils deliver value through:
- Excellent antiwear protection
- Protection against thermal breakdown
- Clean engines and positive crankcase ventilation systems resulting in minimal deposits under heavy load and stop-and-go driving conditions.
- Meets or exceeds warranty requirements of car and light truck manufacturers relying on an API SN, SM, SL or SJ service category motor oil.
- Energy Savings — API Resource Conserving designation for SAE 5W-20, 5W-30 and 10W-30 grades
Chevron Supreme Motor Oils are premium quality automotive engine oils.
All grades are formulated with high quality base stocks, and robust additive packages including shear-stable viscosity index improvers, detergents, dispersants, anti-wear agents, corrosion inhibitors, antioxidants and foam inhibitors.
Their anti-wear additives provide excellent wear protection of critical engine parts.
A high level of dispersancy in Chevron Supreme Motor Oils protects against deposit and sludge formation in stop-and-go driving, sustained high temperature operation, and protects against corrosion.
Their excellent high temperature oxidation stability helps prevent viscosity increase and oil gelling in the crankcase. They help keep PCV systems clean to maintain smooth engine performance.
Chevron Supreme Motor Oils are suitable for use in four-stroke gasoline engines used in passenger cars, light trucks, powerboats, motorcycles, and other mobile and stationary equipment. They are excellent for high-revving engines in small cars and light trucks. All grades are suitable for use in turbocharged engines. They may also be suitable for use in natural gas engines in small cars and light trucks after consulting with the appropriate original equipment manufacturer's lubrication recommendations.
SAE 30 can be used in engine applications where an SAE 30 or SAE 40 passenger car motor oil of API SN or any previous “S” category is recommended. They perform exceptionally well in small four-stroke engines found in lawn mowers, garden tractors, snow blowers, and in refrigeration or air-conditioning engines on trucks and buses.
Note: Always consult your owner’s manual regarding viscosity grade for your application.