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MOTOREX Magazine 2002 67 EN

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What’s new Picture: BMW Motor Oils “Viscosity at High Temperature and High Shear Rate” refers to the viscosity of a multi-grade motor oil at a temperature of 150°C with a simulated piston velocity of 20 m/s measured in a special instrument (manufacturer: Ravenfield). SPRAYS: The right solution at the touch of a button HTHS = High Temperature High Shear HTHS as a way of rating motor oils HTHS greater or less than 3.5 6 Extremely practical: The spray tube extension guarantees absolute accuracy – not a drop is lost! The ball valve integrated in the spray nozzle guarantees flawless spraying, even when the can is turned 180°. Nine high-quality sprays in a new design brighten up the mechanic’s day. These problem-solvers in spray form still offer the same outstanding advantages. No matter what their names – JOKER 440 Universal, ANTI RUST, GREASE 2000, SILICONE – and all the rest: The MOTOREX name on these products not only stands for top-quality lubricants; professionals also know that the MOTOREX name is a real inside tip for high-quality products in spray form. Modern sprays as problem-solvers MOTOREX has more than 30 years manufacturing experience in the field of sprays and atomizers. Today, sprays are virtually essential “tools” in many sectors. MOTOREX was one of the first to use propellants containing no fluorinated/chlorinated hydrocarbons; and its clever ball valve allows the spray pattern to be rotated 180°. This makes it easy to get to places that were once hard to reach. When desirable, certain products can be equipped with an extended spray tube. This is particularly useful for precise re-lubing of exposed lubrication points. In addition, the integrated ball valve allows the contents of the spray cans to be emptied completely. New design to meet the needs of the shop environment The newly designed MOTOREX spray products carry graphical symbols to indicate the application for which they should be used and come in sensible, perfect-sized containers. A further benefit of the sprays is their extremely high yield. Texts in various languages provide clear basic information on use, and thus guarantee that users will be able to put them to work successfully again and again. Ask for a brochure from your MOTOREX distributor today. When engineers develop today’s hightech engines, long-life performance (extended oil change intervals), fuel economy and horsepower are absolute musts. This places extreme demands on today’s motor oils. Low-friction motor oil has become a key element in today’s engine design. In addition to all the various specifications required by SAE, API, ILSAC, JASO and engine manufacturers (VW/Audi, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Opel, etc.), the European ACEA 2002 standard currently defines the actual quality level of motor oils. The HTHS value, which is measured in the laboratory, tells what lubrication is actually delivered by the motor oil under maximum load and at high temperatures. How thick does a lubricating film between the piston and the cylinder wall need to be to ensure reliable lubrication at all times? The ideal film thickness depends on the surface characteristics of the materials used. A thicker film is required for rough surfaces in order to reduce contact between moving parts. If a thinner film is desired (fuel economy) the surface quality of pistons, cylinders, cam shafts, etc. must be significantly higher. Current passenger car manufacturers make a clear distinction between two HTHS values: Greater than (>) 3.5 mPa/s (low surface quality), or less than (

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