Urania CD

High-Performance Single Grade Diesel Engine Oils exceeding API Service CD Performance Levels
PETRONAS Urania CD series are high performance mono-grade diesel engine oils specially designed for use in heavy duty, high-revolution turbocharged diesel engines for on-highway and off-highway applications.
Specially formulated from premium quality base oils and advanced additives system that provide excellent control against wear, high temperature piston deposits, corrosion, and foaming and superior oxidation stability. It also provides high level resistance to bore polishing, a high level of wear protection and ensures superior engine cleanliness.
Customer Benefits
  • Excellent high temperature piston cleanliness and deposit-free turbocharger deposits
  • Excellent dispersancy, minimize soot induced oil thickening and associated engine wear
  • Outstanding thermal stability and oxidation resistance to maintain excellent engine cleanliness
  • Prevention of low temperature sludge formation
  • Excellent TBN retention effectively neutralising the acidic by-products of combustion
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Applications Recommended for use in severe duty four stroke turbo-charged and naturally aspirated diesel engines for both on-highway and off-highway, running high or low sulphur diesel where API CD or CC of the recommended viscosity grade is required. The SAE 10W and 30 are also suitable for used in transmission, differentials or final drives in equipment where CD / TO-2 fluid are required.
  • MB 227.0 performance
  • MIL-L-46152C / MIL-L-2104D
  • Allison C-3
  • Cat TO-2
Product Typicals
Characteristics 10W 30 40 50
Density @ 15 °C, kg/l 0.856 0.872 0.883 0.892
ASTM Colour 2.0 L3.0 3.0 3.0
Pour Point, °C -36 -9 -9 -9
Flash Point, °C 220 240 242 246
Kinematic Viscosity, cSt
@ 40 °C 44 93 135 204
@ 100 °C 6.9 11.1 14.3 18.6
Viscocity Index 117 105 104 101
Cold Cranking Simulator @ -25 °C, cP 3,161 - - -
TBN, mg KOH/g 9.8 9.8 9.8 9.8
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