Detergent oil has added chemicals to clean and control sludge formation. Non-detergent is plain oil. Unless you have a really old engine that hasn't been apart for 50 years you want to use detergent oil.
The oil makes it moist!!
why is using detergent and water to clean oil a physical change
Detergent contains surfactants and salts which help to dissolve dirt and oil from the materials being cleaned.
That's a question of semantics. With very few exceptions, all laundry detergent is "synthetic". Detergent is generally made up of a few kinds of ingredients: an oil basedsurfactant (cleaner), specially built protein enzymes (enhanced stain removers ), preservatives, coloring agents and perfume. Some detergents don't bother with the stain removers and just rely on the hot water and alkaline action (like with baking soda) to clean the laundry. In any case, if you are looking for an organic (read: NOT synthetic) laundry detergent, you are looking for something like Seventh Generation. It is made from palm oil based surfactants, is not dyed and has what constitutes a "natural" fragrance in this country.
One is refined and the other has nuclear waste
Yes, gear oil is normally much heavier and is non-detergent.
It has to be a non detergent oil
Detergent! Do not use non-detergent oil.
No, it is still possible to but non-detergent oil.No, it is still possible to but non-detergent oil.
No, 30 wt or 30 weight oil is a non-detergent oil whereas SAE30 is a detergent oil. Read the label on each container. Any motor oil which is non-detergent blend will be clearly marked as such. Conversely, any oil which is not specifically marked as non-detergent is by default, a detergent blend. Most non-detergent oils will be marked as ND30.
NO!!!! Absolutely not.
Most will say right on front of oil conatiner.
High Detergent as opposed to Non Detergent
Non-detergent oil, such as SAE 30, is not used in modern passenger vehicle engines. It is still used in some gasoline engines such as lawnmowers.
There is no difference in 4 stroke and 2 stroke oil, except that 2 stroke uses non-detergent oil. 2 stroke oil is actually 30 weight non-detergent (30wt ND) oil. Oil with detergents will leave deposits in 2 stroke cylinders, and is not recommended.
no iso 100 is same as 40 non detergent
NO, in fact just the opposite is true. Most synthetics are detergent blends. You can however buy a non detergent synthetics.