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Millers Oils launches EE Performance Engine Oil for the passenger car market
Independent British oil blender, Millers Oils, has launched EE Performance Engine Oil, a new range of “track day ready” fully synthetic, high performance engine oils for on-road use.
The new range uses the Millers Oils award-winning NANODRIVE low friction technology, combined with ester chemistry to deliver maximum engine performance, whilst meeting manufacturers’ specifications and recommended oil drain intervals.
Originally developed for professional motorsport applications, NANODRIVE formulations incorporate advanced nanoparticle technology, reducing friction and wear in high performance applications where the oil film alone cannot be relied upon for lubrication. Reducing friction associated losses improves engine efficiency for improved power and performance.
EE Performance Engine Oil supersedes the EE Longlife range, offering an expanded range of viscosities and application coverage, as well as performance improvements to existing formulations.
Andy Ogley, Technical Manager at Millers Oils, explains:
“By utilising the very latest additive technology and optimising levels of NANODRIVE, we have been able to achieve a reduction in friction of up to 17% compared with the original EE Longlife range, and up to 24% reduction when compared with industry standard formulations.
“These improvements come without compromise on wear protection. In fact, EE Performance reduces wear by up to 25% compared with the original formulations, and we believe drivers will feel a real benefit from this upgrade.”
A key advantage of the new range is its extensive viscosity and application coverage: from a 0w20 for modern high performance Asian manufactured vehicles, all the way to a 10w60 that is recommended for niche applications such as BMW M performance cars, as well as more typical viscosities for hot hatches and saloons
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