Millers Oils introduced a new oil, the High Performance Classic 20w50NT, at the Race Retro at Stoneleigh Park which took place between the 21st and the 23rd of February.
Nevil Hall, the joint managing Director of Millers Oils stated; “Many classic car owners don’t realise that most post-war cars run just as well, if not better, on modern synthetic oils as they do on mineral oils. Race Retro provides an ideal opportunity to increase awareness of the crucial role modern oil development can play in extending the lifetime of classic engines.”
The new oil utilises high quality nanotechnology from Millers oils alongside a lower level of ZDDP additive levels, which creates engine oil with a low level of friction and with a high level of oil film durability. With respect to the statistics, Millers Oils’ conventional CFS 10w60 has 1,200 ZDDP parts per million, which stands in stark contrast to CFS 10w60 NT level which uses just 1,000 ppm.
The right oil protects and boosts your car
The company believes that their oil, which utilises Nanodrive technology, provides the best level of anti-wear protection, and this is something that is not being provided in modern oils. The oil is able to lower friction levels by around 63% and this can lead to a reduction of wear and tear of close to 40% when compared to synthetic oils of a similar grade.
The firm aims to develop and produce oils that are aimed at the classic market, helping owners to protect their investment while being able to enjoy their car to a full extent. The company also offers a service where drivers can contact technical support by email to determine what oil is the best choice for their vehicle.