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Viscosities and densities of SAE Grade oils.
SAE Multigrade Oils - Viscosities and Densities
|Centistokes||10-6 reyns (lb s/in2)||kg/m3||lb/in3|
|40 oC||100 oC||104 oF ||212 oF|
|5W-30 ||64 ||11 ||8.2 ||1 ||860 ||0.0311 |
|10W-30 ||69 ||11 ||8.8 ||1.1 ||865 ||0.0312 |
|10W-40 ||94 ||14.3 ||11.9 ||1.5 ||865 ||0.0312 |
|20W-50 ||166 ||18.7 ||21.3 ||2.7 ||872 ||0.0315 |
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