Engine Oils

Engine Oils act as a protective shield, reducing friction on the vehicle engine’s moving components. Fluid Solutuons offers a wide range of engine oils from conventional oils suitable for regular driving conditions, synthetic oils renowned for enhanced performance in extreme temperatures, to high-mileage oils designed to address the specific requirements of older engines.


Product NameProduct TypeAvailable Viscosities, API LevelApplications
LubeRite DEO SeriesMineral-based Diesel Engine OilSAE 40 CF, 15W-40 CI-4Turbocharged or supercharged high
performance diesel engines operating
under both low speed-high load and
high speed-high load conditions
S-Oil 7 Blue #7 SeriesSynthetic Diesel Engine OilSAE 15W-40 CI-4/ SLFor turbocharged or normally aspirated diesel engines of civil works machines, trucks, fishing boats,
locomotives and buses, Light Trucks, RVs, SUVs, Heavy Trucks and Buses
S-Oil 7 Blue #9 SeriesFully Synthetic Diesel Engine OilSAE 10W-40 CJ-4, 10W-40 CI-4For turbocharged or normally aspirated diesel engines of vehicles operating in the most severe conditions, Light trucks, RVs, SUVs, Heavy trucks, Buses
S-Oil 7 Red #7 SN SeriesSynthetic Gasoline Engine OilSAE 10W-40 SN, 20W-50All gasoline engines, especially for most recent technology engines (multi valve, turbocharged, with/without catalytic converter) supercharged or not, LPG/CNG/LNG engine
S-Oil 7 Red #9 SP SeriesFully Synthetic Gasoline Engine OilSAE 5W-30 SP, 5W-40 SPAll passenger cars that run on gasoline, Vehicles equipped with DOHC, Turbocharger, GDI are suggested to apply API SP, ILSAC GF-6 engine oil
S-Oil 7 Gold #9 C3 SeriesFully Synthetic Gasoline/Diesel Engine OilSAE 5W-30 SN/CF, 5W-40 SN/CFPassenger cars with gasoline and diesel engine, Vehicles with DOHC, Turbocharger, CRDI, Catalytic converters

Frequently Asked Questions

What Are Engine Oils?

Engine oils, also known as motor oils, are specialized lubricants designed for use in internal combustion engines. These oils play a crucial role in ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of the engine by reducing friction and providing essential protection against wear and tear.

What Are the Three Main Purposes of Engine Oil?

The three main purposes of engine oil are lubrication, cooling, and cleaning. Firstly, engine oil lubricates the moving parts of the engine, reducing friction and preventing wear. Secondly, it aids in cooling by dissipating heat generated during combustion. Lastly, engine oil helps keep the engine clean by carrying away contaminants and deposits.

How Important is Oil for an Engine?

Oil is incredibly important for an engine's well-being. It ensures that crucial components are well-lubricated and protected. Without proper lubrication, the engine would experience increased friction, leading to overheating, wear, and potential damage. In essence, engine oil is essential for maintaining the longevity and optimal performance of an engine.

Motor Oil vs. Engine Oil

The terms "motor oil" and "engine oil" are often used interchangeably, and they refer to the same product. Both terms describe the lubricating oil used in internal combustion engines.

What Are Engine Oils Used For?

Engine oils are used to lubricate the internal components of an engine, including the pistons, camshaft, and crankshaft. Additionally, they aid in cooling the engine by dissipating heat and contribute to the overall cleanliness of the engine by carrying away impurities and deposits.

What Are Engine Oils Made Of?

Engine oils are typically composed of base oils and additives. The base oil can be mineral, synthetic, or a blend, while additives enhance the oil's performance and properties. Common additives include anti-wear agents, detergents, and viscosity modifiers.

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