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Two-stroke oil is a specific kind of motor oil designed for crankcase compression two-stroke engines, also known as two-cycle oil, two-cycle oil, 2T oil, or 2-stroke oil (typical of small gasoline-powered engines).
Because the induction tract of a two-stroke engine includes the crankcase, oil must be blended with gasoline and dispersed throughout the engine to provide lubrication.
Premix or petroil is the name given to the resulting mixture. As part of a total-loss lubrication system, this oil is ultimately burned alongside the fuel. Increased exhaust emissions follow, sometimes with extra smoke and/or a recognisable odour.
The Global Two Stroke Engine Oil market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
For the MAN Energy Solutions two-stroke engines using low sulphur fuels (0.5% S), a newly developed additive package is a single oil solution that provides enhanced piston cleanliness.
For its newly developed Infineum M8040 additive package, which provides exceptional performance in engine cleanliness, Infineum has obtained a Main No-objection Letter (NOL) from MAN Energy Solutions (MAN ES).
For two-stroke engines that run on VLSFO and reduced sulphur fuels, the Infineum M8040 additive package is especially created to increase operational efficiency as a single oil solution.
By using the new additive, ship operators may maintain the high level of cleanliness in MAN ES two-stroke marine engines without having to swap between 40 and 100 BN lubricants.
Infineum M8040 additive package improves operational performance while also streamlining the supply chain. For lubricants used in 40BN marine diesel cylinders, it provides a solitary additive package.
A 100BN cylinder oil’s degree of detergency and cleaning performance is achieved at the same feed rate with the new additive’s optimised feed rate as well. This enables vessel owners to start their sustainability efforts by cutting down on their oil use and carbon emissions.
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