Leading independent oil company Phoenix joins the world’s major oil brands as it managed to list six of its lubricants in the Japanese Automotive Standards Organization (JASO) Engine Oil Standards Implementation Panel, and seven in the American Petroleum Institute (API).
Based on the physical and chemical properties of Phoenix lubricant products, which have passed the clutch friction test included in the JASO T903:2016 requirements, the homegrown oil company was able to register four motorcycle oils and two scooter oils under its Cyclomax line.
“The JASO classification of our Phoenix Cyclomax brand has always been part of our strategy to promote the excellent quality of our lubricants. After five years, it has now been accomplished, and all this is in line with our pursuit to give the best experience to our customers,” Phoenix general manager for lubricants sales and distribution Jay Mujar said.
He said that Phoenix’s Cyclomax Racing 4T 10W-50, Cyclomax Syntech 4T 10W-40, Cyclomax Titan 4T 20W-40 and Cyclomax Force 4T 20W-50 were given the MA2 rating, which means these products can deliver higher clutch frictional performance.
While Cyclomax Scooter Syntech 10W-30 and Cyclomax Scooter Titan 20W-40 were given the MB rating for the products’ ability to deliver friction performance resulting in fuel economy, Mujar added.
Following this achievement, the said Phoenix products are now officially registered and classified by JASO, and will soon have the emblem of the organization on the packaging.
Phoenix engine oils and lubricating products are available in Phoenix gas stations and its network of retailers nationwide.