Molybdenum Amine & Molybdenum Dithiocarbamate.


Nov 22, 2012
Since I find it hard to get my hands on GC 0w-30s in Australia these days. I've been looking into the 'Euro' blend they have in the Nulon Brand of motor oil and just recently they've been adverting these new additive they added in called Molybdenum Amine and Molybdenum Dithiocarbamate infront of their sticker bottles describing each of them as a friction reducer and oil sustained.

Anyone have a more better idea of what they really do? Is this something they just put in there to make up for the ZDDP reduction?
I always think of it as a selling point to like what the other brands do. Castrol so far is raving about their fuel saver blend in their magnatec range and another called Penrite saying "full zinc", "sheer free" etc.