Vintage Millerol 50 Engine Oil
Millers Vintage Millerol 50 engine oil is a mineral, non-detergent, monograde oil, specifically engineered for vintage cars with a strainer or basic filtration systems. It is formulated with ZDDP (zinc/phosphorus).
For use in vintage vehicles when a non-detergent/dispersant oil is called for. This oil can also be used in gearbox applications where a GL1 oil is required.
Millers Vintage Millerol 50 Engine Oil without detergents is a monograde SAE 50, non-detergent engine oil for veteran and vintage vehicles.
Monograde engine oil SAE 50 without detergents
This mineral engine oil is a non-detergent monograde oil, specifically engineered for vintage cars with a strainer or basic filtration systems. It is formulated with ZDDP (zinc/phosphorus).
Use as received in vintage vehicles when a non-detergent/dispersant oil is called for. This oil can also be used in gearbox applications where a GL1 oil is specified.
USER BENEFITS of Vintage Millerol 50 Engine Oil:
- This oil is an SAE 50 viscosity and is specially formulated to protect older design engines, typical of the pre-1930s, and gearboxes of the same period.
- Provides anti-scuff performance.
- Resistant to oil oxidation and bearing corrosion.
- Suitable for engines of newly acquired classic cars when the engine sludge condition is in doubt.
The level of protection provided by Vintage Millerol 50 Engine Oil is equivalent to API SB performance.
SAE Viscosity Grade … 50
Specific Gravity @ 15°C … 0.891
Kinematic Viscosity @ 100°C … 19.1cSt
Kinematic Viscosity @ 40°C … 225.3cSt
Viscosity Index … 96
Pour Point °C … -6
Flashpoint °C … >200
This product is supplied in the following sizes: 1L, 5L, 20L.
For further information on this product, and on other products for classic cars, please refer to the FAQs Classic page and our full range of Classic Engine oils available for purchase from our online shop.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Health and Safety Data Sheet 7907 applies to this product. When used for the purpose recommended and with due regard to the appropriate Health and Safety Data, the product should cause no concern. If in doubt, consult with Millers Oils Technical Department.