Is this product for you?
Penrite HPR Gas 10 is a premium high performance semi synthetic SAE 10W-50, non-friction modified engine oil. It features a DOUBLE LAYER of engine wear protection with FULL ZINC and Penrite’s advanced EXTRA TEN technology. It contains a combination of high technology additives, including additives to prevent oil nitration and low shear viscosity modifiers. It protects against corrosion, oil oxidation and sludge under all operating conditions. It is particularly suited for use under high load conditions such as taxi service, towing or where ambient temperatures are high.
What does it suit?
Use in modern 4, 6 and 8+ cylinder multi cam, multi valve (Including VVT), naturally aspirated, supercharged, turbocharged, direct injection, Petrol/LPG/Duel fuel engines. For use in vehicles where SAE 10W-40, SAE 10W-50 & SAE 15W-40 grade engine oils were originally recommended by the manufacturer. It can be used where ACEA A3/B3 is recommended in model years prior to 2017 and also where API SL and previous API petrol specifications SJ (1998-2000), SH (1994-1997), SG (1989-1993) or earlier specifications are recommended. Ideal for many older Diesel and LPG powered vehicles requiring an engine oil meeting API CI-4, API CH-4, API CG-4, API CF-4 or older specifications. Not recommended for use in diesel vehicles fitted with a DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter).
Extra Ten Technology
Features Penrite’s Extra Ten Technology in the oils operating temperature viscosity that provides better wear protection, oil pressure and reduced oil consumption at operating temperature. It provides an added layer of protection for engines that are under high load conditions, competition, operating in high ambient temperatures or showing signs of excessive oil consumption.
Vehicle & Fuel Types
For use in passenger cars, 4WD’s, light duty commercial engines as well as industrial equipment such as fork lifts and stationary engines. It can be used in motorcycles with wet clutches and is suitable for use with Diesel and Petrol/E10/LPG (Dual Fuel).