LUBE SOLUTIONS AND FUEL ECONOMY FOR YOUR BOAT OR JET SKI
Boat oil and jet ski oil:
TOTAL has developed a range of lubricants designed specifically for leisure boating. These cutting-edge products satisfy the technical requirements of manufacturers and the most recent international standards.
NEPTUNA engine oils:
NEPTUNA is the new oil boat range specially designed by TOTAL for leisure boats. All the Total group’s expertise has been devoted to leisure boat professionals and yachtsmen.
A complete range of lubricants for Gasoline and Diesel engines. Recognized properties: high performance, consistent quality, cleaner engine. Products at the sharp end of technology. These lubricants meet the manufacturers’ technological requirements and the latest international standards (ACEA, NMMA, API...).
NEPTUNA oils are environmental friendly: Total places the environmental approach at the very heart of its activity and therefore offers biodegradable oils.
Lubricant for 4-stroke engines
Jet ski solutions for 2-stroke engines
- Engine biolubricant: TOTAL BIOTRAFFIC 1000 FE 10W-30
- Transmission biolubricant: TOTAL BIOTRANS LS FE 75W-90
TOTAL covers all the needs of leisure boating by adding a range of greases, coolants, combustion and more:
Discover our range of products for boats
How to change oil in a boat?
- An oil filter wrench
- A wrench for your crankcase drain plug and a pan
- A dipstick-tube oil drain pump and bucket big enough to hold all the oil
- Paper towels
- New oil filter(s)
- A supply of fresh oil as recommended by your engine manufacturer
How to change the oil, step-by-step
- Run the engine(s) until warmed to at least 130 degrees
- Drain the oil using the pump, or into the pan
- Replace the plug or close the valve
- Loosen the oil filter on the engine until it can be turned by hand
- Put a Zip Lock Baggie around the filter, and unscrew the rest of the way
- Use a paper towel to catch drips from the filter's mounting
- Seal the zip lock baggie keeping the filter upright
- Put it into the new filter's box
- Using your finger, wet the O-ring above the new filter with fresh, clean oil
- Screw on the new filter until just finger-tip tight
- Follow the manufacturer's recommendation as to tightening with the wrench
- Re-fill the crankcase with new oil (see your engine handbook)
- Be sure to add a quart for the filter
- Wipe up any drips
- Start the engine and let it run a few minutes
- Check to be sure oil pressure comes up and there are no oil leaks around the filter or drain plugs
- Dispose of the oil properly at an approved disposal facility