HDAX® 7200 Low Ash Gas Engine Oil is formulated with premium
base stocks which contain extremely low sulfur, nitrogen, and
aromatics. It uses a proprietary, premium additive package
containing ashless dispersants, oxidation inhibitors, metallic
detergents and a metallic anti-wear agents. HDAX® 7200 Low
Ash Gas Engine Oil gives outstanding protection against ring and
liner scuffing and wear. It also minimizes valve recession in
four-stroke engines and provides excellent piston and ring belt
deposit control to effectively protect against the formation and
buildup of engine sludge.
Exceptional engine performance
Optimized detergent/dispersant additive package helps to
minimize the formation of engine deposits.
Valve recession protection
The level and type of ash-producing additives in the oil provides
minimum valve recession with low levels of combustion chamber
deposits to minimize the potential for pre-ignition and spark plug
Offers outstanding protection against piston, ring, and
liner scuffing, scoring, and wear.
Long oil life
Improved oxidation and nitration resistance provides maximum
flexiblity in maintenance scheduing.
Works to keep pistons clean, which helps prevent ring
sticking and maintains clean, vanish-free piston skirts.
• Four-stroke engines manufactured by :
- Dresser-Rand (Categories I, II and III)
• Satisfactory for selected two-stroke engines manufactured by
| KEY PROPERTIES
| SAE Grade
| Acid Number, D664, mg KOH/g
| Base No., D2896, mg KOH/g
| Density, kg/L
| Flashpoint, COC, °C
| Phosphorus, m%
| Pour Point, °C
| Sulfated Ash, m%
| Viscosity, mm²/s @ 40°C
| Viscosity, mm²/s @ 100°C
| Viscosity Index
| Zinc, m %
Caterpillar field test
requirements for 3500 series and smaller gas engines
Caterpillar field test
requirements for 3600 series gas engines (self-certified)
Waukesha approval pending for
Waukesha field test
requirements for engines burning natural gas in other than
cogeneration service and other than the AP 220GL model
ash, alkalinity reserve and phosphorus content of gas engine oils
properly matched to the needs of individual applications, taking
account of engine design,
operating conditions, fuel type and quality, with particular
reference to sulfur content and
whether or not the engine is fitted with an exhaust catalyst for
emission control purposes.
ignition, gas-fuelled engines are sensitive to the sulfated ash
level of the
lubricant and to the chemical nature of the ash. Excessive ash can
lead to problems such
as exhaust valve guttering and build-up of preignition-inducing
deposits. On the other hand, many engines require a certain amount
of lubricant ash to
ensure satisfactory valve seat lubrication and to minimize valve
ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND SAFETY
Users should consult the MSDS, follow the precautions outlined and
comply with all laws and regulations concerning its use and
disposal. Used packaging material should not be incinerated or
exposed to flame. After use, protect your environment. Do not
pollute drains, soil or water with used product.
For further information on Caltex products and services call the
Lubelink Advisory Service on 1300 364 169 between 8.00 am and 6.00
pm (EST) Monday to Friday.
All reasonable care has been taken to ensure that the information
contained in this publication is accurate at the time of printing.
However, the information is liable to variation in the event of
subsequent changes in the blend, formulation, method of storage,
improper handling and usage etc.