DPF REGENERATION – FOR YOUR CAR´S HEALTH

Probably all of us have come across some frightening data provided by the World Health Organization. According to the statistics of the WHO from 2016 global air pollution caused an estimated 4.2 million premature deaths worldwide. The cause…
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How to remove stubborn gasket residue effectively?

Gaskets and seals play an essential role in automotive components and units. The gaskets and seals used in automotive engines are critical components, without which engines simply would not function. The wide-ranging applications, temperatures…
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BIZOL Oil Explainer: Viscosity

What is viscosity? Put simply, viscosity indicates how thick a fluid is and how easily it flows. The technical definition of viscosity is the measure of a fluid’s internal flow resistance. How does viscosity affect engine oil selection? The…
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BIZOL Oil Explainer: Additives

What are additives and which functions do they perform? In the simplest terms, additives are oil-soluble agents or active substances that are dissolved or suspended as solids in oil. The organic or inorganic compounds that make up the additives…
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BIZOL Oil Explainer: Base Oils

Base oils are the main constituent of any engine oil and the quality of the base oil used plays a significant role in how well the finished product performs. As we have detailed elsewhere, however, it is not the base oil alone that decides…
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BIZOL Oil Explainer: Classification

Oils and terminology Question, where do the different oils actually come from? The graphic shows the production chain up to the point where the base oil is produced. The first step is extracting it from the ground. The next step is transporting…
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BIZOL Oil Explainer: 5 Functions

Introduction Choosing the right oil for your vehicle is more complicated than you would think. BIZOL wants to give you the facts and point out what to look for when buying an oil. We want to give you the right answer, not the simplest answer. Over…

Additives — The Pros and Cons

The arguments surrounding the subject of additives and their real-world efficacy has been raging for as long as additives have been on the market. Will a friction modifier lower engine wear or a fuel-system cleaner really make a noticeable…
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BIZOL Allround 0W-20 — Why do you need it and what makes it so special?

Engine oils in the low-viscosity range are ideally suited for use in downsized, normally-aspirated and forced-induction engines that have the latest emission-control systems, direct injection and automatic stop-start systems. BIZOL Allround…