Marine Products

Marine engines are used in different conditions from that of automotive engines. They operate in cooler temperatures as their cooling systems use water from the surrounding environment such as lakes, rivers and sea water. Consequently, while running a full load but at a low coolant temperature, these engines create thick deposits on spark plugs, ports and pistons.

This is why specific lubricants and marine applications are required for your engine to function securely in marine conditions. Specifications such as API (American Petroleum Institute) or NMMA (National Marine Manufacturers Association) guarantee the lubricant performance.

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  • 600 DI Jet 2T

    600 DI Jet 2T

    Standards NMMA TC-W3/ TC-WII/ TC-W Biodegradability CEC L-33-A-93/ OE...
  • Specific DiJet 2t

    Specific DiJet 2t

    Standards API TC, JASO FC, ISO-L-EGD Biodegradability CEC L-33-A-93 ...
  • Power Jet 2T

    Power Jet 2T

    Standards NMMA TC-W3, API TC WII/ TC-W   Packaging 4L - Price &...
  • Inboard 4T 15W40

    Inboard 4T 15W40

    Standards (Diesel) ACEA E7 (E5/ E3), API CI-4/ CH-4/ CG-4/ CF-4 (excee...
  • Outboard Tech 2T

    Outboard Tech 2T

    Standards NMMA TC-W/ WII, API TSC 4 Approvals NMMA TC-W3 RL-93938K &...
  • Translube SAE 90

    Translube SAE 90

    Formulated for outboard propeller boxes. This is a mineral anti-emulsi...

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