Powering the New Generation
Shell Mysella S7 N Ultra 40 is the latest stationary gas engine oil in the Shell Mysella family, joining a world-class portfolio of high-quality lubricant solutions used to improve the productivity and performance of gas power plants.
The rising demand for power at home and around the world is driving the ongoing evolution of next-generation gas engines. Shell Mysella S7 N Ultra 40 is specifically designed to work within these engines to safeguard their efficiency and withstand higher stress in extreme operating conditions.
Shell Mysella S7 N Ultra 40 has been thoroughly researched and tested, with impressive performance data available in the product sheet download below. While this data speaks for itself, what really sets Mysella S7 N Ultra 40 apart from other products on the market is the technology platform on which it has been developed.
This product has been born out of close collaboration with the forward-looking engine manufacturers you know and trust, to better understand and tackle the challenges of your modern operating environment. Shell has combined OEM engineering and design expertise with our lubrication expertise to bring you Shell Mysella S7 N Ultra 40.
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