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ACEA European Oil Sequences 2008
This document details the 2008 ACEA European Oil Sequences for Service-fill Oils for Gasoline engines, for Light-Duty Diesel engines, for Gasoline & Diesel engines with aftertreatment devices and for Heavy-Duty Diesel engines. These sequences define the minimum quality level of a product for presentation to ACEA members. Performance parameters other than those covered by the tests shown or more stringent limits may be indicated by individual member companies.
The new sequences have replaced the 2007 ACEA Oil Sequences as a means of defining engine lubricant quality from 22nd December 2008.
ACEA itself does not certify oils or license or register compliance certificates. Oil manufacturers are themselves responsible for carrying out all oil testing and evaluation according to recognised practices. They are also responsible and liable for all claims made that their products meet the ACEA Oil Sequences.
Market & Economy
- MOVE 2013: Future Mobility Concepts and Enablers, 25-26 September 2013. ACEA members get a 15% discount on the registration fee by clicking here
Recent and Past Events
- ACEA Annual Transport Policy Event 2012: How Can Policy Reflect Changing Transport Demands? 6 December 2012,Brussels. Click here for more...
- Our Future Mobility Now "Innovation for Europe, Skills for the Future" Roundtable 10 October 2012. Click here for more...
- ACEA European Oil Sequences 2012 Link for ‘certification and registration’ (page 3) now available: http://acea.dossier-on-web.com/eor/engine-oil-registrations/menu/eor/front-page.
- To see the 2010 ACEA oil sequences, please click here:ACEA European Oil Sequences 2010