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Supreme 7000™ Synthetic Plus Engine Oil

| October 9, 2012

Schaeffer's 700

Looking for heavy duty protection when your engine needs it most?  Take a look at Supreme 7000 Synthetic Plus Engine Oil from Schaeffer.

At start-up, because your oil’s in the pan, not in the engine, when you start your engine, metal grinds against metal. And in those first 60 seconds, engineers estimate that 80% of your engine wear takes place.

SUPREME 7000™ does what no other oil can. It protects your engine even when the oil isn’t there. SUPREME 7000™ incorporates two proven friction fighters, Micron Moly® and Penetro®, that plate to the internal parts of your engine and protect it against start-up wear.

Saves Fuel

What would a 3%-5% fuel savings mean to you? That’s the average fuel savings gained from SUPREME 7000™ in fleet tests from Schaeffer.

Friction not only causes wear, it also robs you of fuel economy. SUPREME 7000™ fights friction in three ways – with para-synthetic base stocks, Micron Moly® and Penetro®.

Faster Starts

In cold weather, conventional oil becomes thicker. Engines won’t start, batteries drain down, engine parts grind together. But not with SUPREME 7000™! Thanks to its unique synthetic blend, it flows when other oils won’t. That means you’ll enjoy faster starts even at -25ºF. And because it’s a synthetic blend, SUPREME 7000™ gets to critical engine parts fast – up to 10 times faster than conventional oils.


So what is it? A blend of 100% pure parraffin base oils PLUS the finest PAO synthetic base stocks with the best synthetic base stocks. Most commercial grade oils begin breaking down at 170ºF. Today’s engine thermostats are set at 200ºF+. This can cause oil consumption and thermal breakdown. SUPREME 7000™ stands a higher heat range than commercial grade oils (up to 250º more). The result is less oil consumption and longer oil life.

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Category: Engines & Drivetrains, Fleet Maintenance, Fuel & Oil

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