I think you're right, the datasheet doesnt seem to match with the MSDS or the bottle. According to this uk website, there are 8 kinds of visco 7000, but there is only 1 type available in Singapore.
[ February 20, 2003, 08:32 AM: Message edited by: Patman ]
Since they didn't include any CAS numbers in the MSDS, it is difficult to tell.
The only ester listed is the ZDDP additive.
Calcium sulfonate is [one of?] the detergent/dispersant additve(s) and provides the primary tbn.
I guess you missed out on this, huh?
Malaysia: Free gifts from BP lubricants
The Sun, 28 Jan 2003, Sun Valley p.IV:-
In Malaysia, for each purchase of the 4-litre Visco 2000 from BP, customers will get a free jumbo mug. A glass candy jar will be given free to buyers of 4-litre BP Visco 3000, a BP Visco Collection tea set will be given free to customers who bought a 4-litre BP Visco 7000. The promotion will end on 31 January 2003.
Bought mine from the black market @ S$55. Normal from the BP Station would be S$85! Almost all synthetic oils sold here come with some sort of free gift to entice buyers, e.g. wind-breaker jackets, golf umbrellas, back-packs, picnic bags, mini air-compressors, and portable beach chairs! Mobil 1 Gold 0w40 (Trisyn) sells for a whopping S$95 here!
M1 0w40 is fairly easy to find around here, but anything else in this Euro type of viscosity (well ok Syntec 5w50)is pretty hard to come by. I wish there were more 15w40's to choose from though, especially in synthetics.