What oil should I use in my Generator?
A generator can be an expensive purchase and it can be daunting when starting the machine for the first time, making sure you are using all the right fuels and lubricants. As the oil can vary, it is always best to check the manual provided with your generator. There should be two different oils stated: one for below zero degree and one for above. If you are operating within the UK the chances are you will need the latter. We sell a range of oils on the website however not for all generators therefore if you cant find it on the website then you will be best to visit your local car parts shop where you should find it.
Mineral multigrade oil for classical engines and aggregates in which the manufacturer specifies a mildly blended motor oil. Prevents sludge formation. Provides a stable lubricating film. With outstanding wear protection.
Engine oil for all petrol and diesel engines (aspirated and turbocharged). Especially suitable for long periods between oil changes and extreme running conditions.
The operating materials instructions of the motor vehicle and engine manufacturer must be followed.