Diesel oil is used in conventional diesel engines and turbochargers in road vehicles, trucks, locomotives and fishing boats as well as in some power generators. This type of oil is produced either as a multi-grade or as a monogrid and is produced in Iran in accordance with the API standard at various levels of CI.CH.CF.CD.CC. CI4-grade oils are suitable for engines designed in 2002, and have better quality than the other levels. And have very long exchange time.
The quality of the four-stroke engine oils, lightweight, medium and heavy diesel engines, with a reduction of NOx oxides (up to 50%) using exhaust-fueled exhaust gases, as an oxygen substitute, these oils are used to cope with acids produced by NOX has a higher alkaline capacity. The design of the 2002 diesel for up to 0.5% of diesel fuel can be replaced by CH-4, CG-4, CF-4, CE, CD grades .
Special oils for four-stroke 1998 high-velocity diesel engines. These oils also require CG-4, CF-4 quality levels (sulfur content up to 0.5%).
The special four-stroke high-velocity oil propelled by the high-end design of 1994, which was introduced in 1995. These oils also have CF-4, CE, CD quality levels.
The special four-stroke diesel oil of the 1990 model drives upwards. High quality CD quality. Used instead of CE, CD, MIL-L2104F.
Diesel Specific Oil for the Design of 1955. For incomplete diesel fuel (up to 0.5%) and tough working conditions (supercharged and turbocharged supercharged engines) and gasoline engines working in hard conditions. Compliant with standard MIL-L2104C D
Designed for the purpose of design cars in 1961 for use in diesel vehicles in medium to hard working conditions (non-supercharged and turbocharged engines) and gasoline engines working in hard conditions. In accordance with MIL-L2104B