Wynn’s Introduces WynnGuard(TM) Fully Synthetic Motor Oil
AZUSA, Calif., Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ — Wynn’s, a division of Illinois Tool Works, Inc., has introduced WynnGuard Fully Synthetic Motor Oil, a premium synthetic specifically designed for today’s passenger cars.
Automotive technology in 2010 is considerably more sophisticated and powerful than what was available just ten years ago. With a general increase in net output, greater stress is placed on engine components – and also the oil that lubricates them. Despite this fact, engine oil capacity has not increased in modern engines. Further complicating matters, many automotive manufacturers are recommending longer drain intervals. That translates to more miles (and months) between oil changes.
Today, more than ever, it pays to put the best quality oil in your vehicle. New WynnGuard motor oils are blended with pure synthetic base oil stocks and employ state-of-the-art additive technology to ensure optimal performance. Each viscosity grade provides excellent protection, offers outstanding low-temperature fluidity and resists oxidation. Anti-oxidants, combined with detergents and dispersants, fight the never-ending battle against sludge and varnish buildup. In addition, all WynnGuard formulations are API licensed and SM certified, and meets the most recent requirements of ILSAC GL-4.
With three viscosity grades available (SAE 5W-20, 5W-30 and 10W-30), there’s a WynnGuard just right for virtually every vehicle on the road today.
For more information on Wynn’s new WynnGuard Fully Synthetic Motor Oil, as well as the complete line of Wynn’s automotive car care products, visit www.wynnsusa.com.
Wynn’s traces its history to 1939 when the original Wynn’s Friction Proofing Oil Treatment formula was first developed and introduced to the automotive market. Almost seventy years after the introduction of that single product, Wynn’s has grown to become a leading worldwide manufacturer and marketer of innovative automotive specialty chemicals, service equipment and Complete Automotive Maintenance Programs (C.A.M.P.).