Is Kendall GT-1 synthetic?
Premium Full-Synthetic Passenger Car Engine Oil For European & North American Vehicles. Kendall® GT-1 Euro Motor Oil is a premium quality, full-synthetic, full-SAPS engine oil designed to provide maximum protection for European passenger cars under all operating conditions. via
What is Kendall Liquid Titanium?
Kendall GT-1 Full Synthetic Motor Oil with Liquid Titanium protection additive is a premium quality, full-synthetic engine oil designed to provide maximum protection for gasoline-fueled and flex-fuel passenger cars and light trucks under all operating conditions. via
What is Liquitek?
Kendall® GT-1 Motor Oil with Liquitek protection additive is a high-quality, conventional automotive engine oil designed for use in turbocharged gasoline direct injection and conventional gasoline-fueled passenger cars and light trucks that do not require anILSAC GF-6 oil for warranty coverage. via
When did Kendall Motor Oil start?
The Kendall Refining Company was founded in 1881 in Bradford, Pennsylvania, with the goal of refining local Pennsylvania Grade Crude Oil into kerosene, lubricants and greases. With more than 125 years of experience to draw upon, Kendall Motor Oil has led the industry with a number of significant firsts. via
How much is liquid titanium?
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Who bought out Kendall oil?
In an effort to strengthen relationships and drive strategic growth, Phillips 66 Lubricants, one of the largest finished lubricants suppliers in North America, today announced it will consolidate its Lubricants portfolio into two brands, Phillips 66® and Kendall® Motor Oil, beginning July 1, 2016. via
Does engine oil go bad?
A short answer to this question is yes. Motor oil can only last for a certain period of time. That's why it comes with an expiry date. For this reason, oil goes bad with time just by sitting in the engine. via