Mobil Pegasus 505

Mobil Industrial, Colombia

Gas Engine Oil

Product Description

Mobil Pegasus™ 505 Series are natural gas engine oils formulated exclusively from specially selected base stocks of high stability. These lubricants provide the excellent performance and economy for a wide variety of engine types, service severity and fuel qualities.

 

Mobil Pegasus 505 and 505 SAE 30 utilize advanced technology to provide excellent detergency/dispersency protection characteristics along with high-temperature anti-scuff and anti-scoring protection. These oils contain ashless and metallic detergents and are fortified with oxidation inhibitors and antiwear agents. Their use helps minimise carbon and ash deposits.

 

Mobil Pegasus 505 Series oils combat corrosive wear in cylinders and bearings by neutralising acids. They will also minimize wear of rings, liners and bearings and will help curtail wear in valve seats of turbocharged, four-cycle gas engines. These oils provide good engine cleanliness and filter life.

 

Features and Benefits

Mobil Pegasus 505 Series gas engine oils provide clean engines, low wear rates and improved engine performance. The result is the potential for reduced maintenance costs and improved production capacity. Its good chemical and oxidation stability allows for extended drain intervals and filter cost reduction.

 

Features

Advantages and Potential Benefits

Outstanding Anti-wear and Anti-scuff Properties

Lower wear of engine components

Reduced scuffing of liners of highly loaded gas engines

Provides excellent break-in protection of high BMEP engines

Good Oxidation and Bulk Oil Stability

Cleaner engines

Good oil life

Reduced filter costs

Good resistance to oxidation and nitration

Resists coking and formation of undercrown deposits

Low Ash Formulation

Protects valve seats and faces on four-cycle engines

Controls combustion chamber ash formation and improves spark plug performance

Less power loss from detonation caused by combustion chamber deposits

Good Corrosion Resistance

Protects bearings and internal components

High Quality Basestocks

Reduced port blockage, with longer intervals between cleaning

 

Applications

     •  Crankcases and power cylinders of spark-ignited two- and four-cycl gas engines

     •  Highly loaded 4-cycle engines requiring anti-scuff protection

     •  Reciprocating compressor cylinders compressing natural gas

     •  High output naturally aspirated or turbocharged engines

     •  Recommended for engines requiring 0.5% sulfated ash

     •  Has been successfully used in:

                 Caterpillar

                 Dresser Rand

                 Fairbanks- Morse

                 Superior

                 Waukesha

                 Worthington

 

Properties and Specifications

Property

Grade

SAE 40

Ash, Sulfated, mass%, ASTM D874

0.5

Density 15 C, kg/L, CALCULATED

0.886

Flash Point, Cleveland Open Cup, °C, ASTM D92

238

Kinematic Viscosity @ 100 C, mm2/s, ASTM D445

13.1

Kinematic Viscosity @ 40 C, mm2/s, ASTM D445

126

Pour Point, °C, ASTM D97

-15

Total Base Number, mgKOH/g, ASTM D2896

2.7

Viscosity Index, ASTM D2270

97

 

Health and safety

Health and Safety recommendations for this product can be found on the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) @ http://www.msds.exxonmobil.com/psims/psims.aspx

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01-2020
Organización Terpel S.A.
Address: Carrera 7 N° 75-51, Bogotá – Colombia
Phone: (57) 1 3267878
 

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