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Low-Viscosity Oil

November 2016, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Answers to 3 Key Questions on the 2 New Oil Categories

Oil companies have done extensive testing of CK-4 and FA-4 engine oils to help give engine makers and fleets confidence in the ability of these oils to protect engines and even extend drain intervals. Photos: Shell

By David Cullen

With engine oils meeting new CK-4 and FA-4 category specs on the market, fleets need to know how best to make use of them.

Tags: Engine Oil, Low-Viscosity Oil, CK-4, Motor Oil, Diesel Engines

August 2016, TruckingInfo.com - Department

It's Time to Look at Lower-Viscosity Oils for Fuel Savings

By Deborah Lockridge

New engine oil categories call for a closer look at your engine oil strategies and offer opportunities for improving mpg.

Tags: Fuel Efficiency, Engine Oil, NACFE, Low-Viscosity Oil

September 2015, TruckingInfo.com - WebXclusive

Q&A: New Committee Head Talks PC-11 Oil Category

Shawn Whitacre, senior staff engineer at Chevron. Photo courtesy Chevron.

By Deborah Lockridge

There's a new head of the committee developing the new heavy-duty engine oil classification, known as PC-11. HDT talked to Shawn Whitacre to find out what fleets need to know about the new oils.

Tags: PC-11, Chevron Lubricants, Chevron Delo, Engine Oil, Fuel Economy, Emissions, Low-Viscosity Oil

July 2014, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Oil Viscosity: How Low Can You Go?

Chevron conducted a live teardown of a Detroit DD15 engine, with more than 400,000 miles of service using Delo 400 XLE 10W-30, during the Mid-America Trucking Show. Photo: Evan Lockridge

By Deborah Lockridge

To meet expected greenhouse gas/fuel efficiency standards, oil companies and engine makers have been busy developing a new standard for engine oils that will provide a new type of lower-viscosity oil to improve engine efficiency.

Tags: Oil, Low-Viscosity Oil, Shell, Detroit Diesel, CITGO Lubricants, Chevron, API, GHG Phase 2, Daimler, Fuel Economy

April 2008, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Synthetic Lubes

By Deborah Lockridge, Senior Managing Editor

The switch to synthetic lubricants can result in many benefits.

Tags: Engine Oil, Fuel Economy, Lubricants, Synthetic Oil, Low-Viscosity Oil

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