Engine Oil Viscosity Explained | How Heat changes Multi grade oil to 'Act' as Increase in Viscosity
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TheRepairSpecialist

Engine Oil Viscosity Explained | How Heat changes Multi grade oil to 'Act' as Increase in Viscosity

* VISUALLY EXPLAINED * Efficient Understanding! This video answers why, and how, a multi-grade oil can switch its viscosity from thin when cold, to thicker when hot. This seems odd! A simple, easy explanation of what engine oil codes mean, giving a sound understanding. For some FREE Printable Download help Leaflets: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ These downloads are from my very own website and are absolutely Free. They consist of just a few help topics so far but I am continually making more of these Free Downloads. The best of them is that they are printable so you can take them into the workshop with you and study them at you own pace. This is a shortened version of a video I already have here on you tube where I explain in more detail about engine oil, engine oil codes and how these relate specifically to certain engine types. Images in this video are Copyrighted to the creator of this video and its content, and owner of this channel, Craig Kirkman of The Repair Specialist! TIMESTAMP: 00:32 - What do oil codes mean? 'Explained' 00:36 - What does 5W-30 mean? 'Explained' 00:37 - What is Engine oil viscosity? 'Explained' 00:44 - What does the engine oil 'W' mean? 00:48 - What does 5W mean? 00:54 - What does '30' mean on 5W-30 engine oil? 01:00 - How engine oil has two viscosity's 01:04 - Viscosity of hot 5W-30 engine oil 01:21 - How multi-grade engine oil behaves in the heat at working temperature 01:58 - How SAE30 oil can damage a car engine but not a lawnmower 02:13 - How a SAE30 engine oil behaves in the heat at working temperature 03:22 - How a multi grade engine oil works (viscosity explained) 04:44 - A personal thank you from Craig Kirkman I recommend you look at this video to gather a better understanding of engine oil and its uses. You can find it here in this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmLAS... In this video, 'engine oil Codes Explained' I basically answer the question: what do oil codes mean? Expllained in simple terms, and is one of my popular videos on you tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hb6CX... Finally, I also recommend you see this particular video where I explain the molecular changes that occur, due to additives and heat, within the engine oil, that make it change from a one viscosity type to another as the engine is used: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRvZy... My aim is to create more videos on mineral oil, motor oil, best engine oil and how to change engine oil. Thank you so much for visiting Craig Kirkman (Owner and Creator of the repair Specialist Channel) Please visit our website: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ Please check out my amazon shop. I have recommended some useful items from Amazon below. I guarantee you that these items are the sorts of things I use on a daily basis so I know they are good. I have to be careful in recommending products because I have my name and credibility at stake. So I will only recommend good products. https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/therepairspecialist
Car Engine - Uses too Much Engine Oil - Why?
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TheRepairSpecialist

Car Engine - Uses too Much Engine Oil - Why?

* VISUALLY EXPLAINED * Efficient Understanding! Does your car engine use too much engine oil? This unique video explains why and shows you how good test to find out! For more useful information please take a look at my website: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ Another issue some people have is whether they are actually checking the oil level correctly. Whether cheching randomly or after an oil change. So in response to many questions I have had about this I have made a video, which can be found here in this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-RZXIXME54&t=6s I recommend you look at this video to gather a better understanding of engine oil and its uses. You can find it here in this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmLAS... In case you are wondering what all of those codes on oil bottle mean and why your car uses a particular type of oil then I have this video explaining. In this video, 'engine oil Codes Explained' I basically answer the question: what do oil codes mean? Explained in simple terms, and is one of my popular videos on you tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hb6CX... My aim is to create more videos on mineral oil, motor oil, best engine oil, how to change engine oil, and how to check engine oil level. Thank you so much for visiting Thank you Craig Kirkman (Owner and Creator of The Repair Specialist Channel) #lawnmower​ #gardening​ #repairing​ #savingmoney​ #chainsaw #Chainsawrepair #oil #smallenginemachines #DIY #howthingswork #lawnmower​ #gardening​ #repairing​ #savingmoney​ #chainsaw #Chainsawrepair #oil #smallenginemachines #DIY #howthingswork Please check out my amazon shop. I have recommended some useful items from Amazon below. I guarantee you that these items are the sorts of things I use on a daily basis so I know they are good. I have to be careful in recommending products because I have my name and credibility at stake. So I will only recommend good products. https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/therepairspecialist
4-Stroke Oil in 2-Stroke Engine. Can You Do It?  What Happens? 4 stroke vs 2 stroke Oil
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TheRepairSpecialist

4-Stroke Oil in 2-Stroke Engine. Can You Do It? What Happens? 4 stroke vs 2 stroke Oil

* VISUALLY EXPLAINED * Efficient Understanding! For more useful information please take a look at my website: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ . I'm a big fan of Stihl two stroke oil. I have used it for many years and it has always provided my two stroke engines with super quality lubrication and protection from engine wear, all whilst at the same time allowing great engine running. I have always found this brand to be of fantastic quality at a reasonable price, and have been using this type of oil for many years. Find it here: https://amzn.to/3bGKqTZ Please read the 'Disclaimer' in the paragraph below before watching this video. Disclaimer: Please understand that the content in this video is based on my own practical experience over the last 25 years as a repair engineer working on this type of machinery. Please ensure your own safety at all times when undertaking any work on any machinery, and only take the advice given in this video as informational demonstrative purposes only. If you have an issue with any machinery and you feel you are not qualified to repair the issue, then please consult a professional repair dealership rather than undertake the repair work yourself. Before attempting use, or repair, any machinery you must follow the advice stated and directed inside the user manual provided with the machine you are using. The owner of this YouTube channel (The Repair Specialist), and its content creator, has no responsibility for any loss or damage to any persons or property as a result of watching the content in this video. If you do not agree with any of the above disclaimer then please do not continue to watch this video. By continuing to watch this video you are stating your agreement with this disclaimer. Thank you. Thank you so much for viewing this video. I'm very proud to bring it to you. Please let me tell you why I am making these videos! MY MISSION My mission is to take subjects that can seem quite daunting and somewhat difficult to understand and explain them in such a way that everyone can understand and benefit. All too often things are explained to us in a way that is difficult to grasp. I really hope that all of my tutorials are understandable by most, if not all, people who wish to view them. I want to help people understand as I was helped by some fantastic mentors during my years as a University student, in Science, and a trainee apprentice as an engineer. In fact, I could NOT have became a qualified repair engineer, followed by a Science graduate and post graduate, followed by the creation of these videos, if I never had these wonderful people in my life. Thank you Craig Kirkman (owner and creator of 'The Repair Specialist' channel) on 4 stroke vs 2 stroke #lawnmower​ #gardening​ #repairing​ #savingmoney​ #chainsaw #Chainsawrepair #oil #smallenginemachines #DIY #howthingswork #lawnmower​ #gardening​ #repairing​ #savingmoney​ #chainsaw #Chainsawrepair #oil #smallenginemachines #DIY #howthingswork Please check out my amazon shop. I have recommended some useful items from Amazon below. I guarantee you that these items are the sorts of things I use on a daily basis so I know they are good. I have to be careful in recommending products because I have my name and credibility at stake. So I will only recommend good products. https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/therepairspecialist
Engine Oil 'Explained'  -  Oil Viscosity 'Explained'
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