Lubrication Engineers, Inc. (LE) now offers its Monolec Tetra-Syn Engine Oil, available in SAE 5W-20 and 5W-30 grades. This is a 100-percent synthetic gasoline engine oil, according to the company, and LE said its Monolec Tetra-Syn Engine Oil (8521 and 8531) exceeds the minimum standards set by American Petroleum Institute. LE incorporated a premium additive package, including its proprietary Monolec wear-reducing additive, to deliver fuel economy, protect emission systems, keep engines clean, and keep deposits to a minimum.
The company said fleet managers alike will appreciate Monolec Tetra-Syn Engine Oil’s ability to keep engines running for longer periods while safely extending the time between oil changes. In addition, LE mentioned it offers its LEAP oil analysis program to determine the optimum oil change intervals for specific vehicles or fleets.
Typical applications for Monolec Tetra-Syn Engine Oil include passenger cars, vans, and light-duty trucks. The oil offers is suitable for use in most OEM gasoline engines, including Honda, Ford, GM, Toyota, Chrysler, Nissan, and Hyundai/Kia, LE stated.
Monolec Tetra-Syn Engine Oil meets or exeeds the performance requirements of API SN/SM/SL, ILSAC GF-5, and all preceding API and ILSAC gasoline categories. It also meets or exceeds GM 4718M, GM 6094M, and GM dexos1 performance requirements, according to LE. The 5W-20 grade of Monolec Tetra-Syn (8521) meets or exceeds Ford WSS-M2C945-A, and the 5W-30 grade (8531) meets or exceeds Ford WSS-M2C946-A, LE stated.
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