With lawn and garden season fast approaching, it’s time to fire up the garden polluters, and by that I mean the tools powered by two-stroke engines. Luckily, Green Earth Technology has developed its new line of Green Oil, a “Green alternative” to your regular motor oil. Green Earth Technology makes their G-Oils from American-grown base oil that’s “enhanced with the power of nanotechnology and dehydrogenation”.
G-Oil contains bio-additives such as amino acids, plant and vegetable extracts, non-ionic surfactants, and plant-based fatty acids in a base of colloidal micelles. It all adds up to produce a range of oils that’ll work in anything from your lawn mower to your heavy-duty turbocharged and super-charged diesel.
The oil’s packaged in 100%-recyclable containers with biodegradable labels and inks. And when it’s time to change your oil, you can dispose of the G-Oil by mixing it with Green Earth Technology’s “G-DISPOSOIL” — it converts the oil into soil, making the oil 100% biodegradable.
G-Oil two-cycle engine oil meets and exceeds the motorcycle API TC and the Husqvarna chain saw requirements. G-Oil’s 365-degree flashpoint makes it considerably safer, and its no-smoke formula doesn’t utilize any solvents to increase the gasoline miscibility.
G-Oil automotive oil comes in several weights: 5w-20, 5w-30, 10w-30, 10w-40, 15w-40, 20w-50, and SAE-30. The oil will work in engines that require API Service SJ, SL, SM/CD, CDI, CE, CF, CF-2, CF-4, CG-4, CH-4, CI-4, CL-4 Plus, and ACEA E2-96, E5-02 Issue2/B3-98/A3-98.
You can use G-Oil Marine TC-W3 engine oil in your outboard engine or your personal watercraft’s two-cycle engine. It passes the National Marine Manufacturers Association two-cycle engine oil certification tests, and it meets or exceeds the requirements for high-performance air-cooled engines.
G-Oil [Green Earth Technology]