Delo Truck Rolls Out

ChevronTexaco has announced the third-quarter schedule for its Delo Truck tour, a rolling exhibit designed to educate the transportation industry on the importance and proper use of heavy-duty engine oils, lubricants and coolants. The Delo Truck exhibit features a tutorial on lubrication manufacturing, a cutaway of an EGR engine, displays and interactive demonstrations. Also featured is a transmission

ChevronTexaco has announced the third-quarter schedule for its Delo Truck tour, a rolling exhibit designed to educate the transportation industry on the importance and proper use of heavy-duty engine oils, lubricants and coolants.

The Delo Truck exhibit features a tutorial on lubrication manufacturing, a cutaway of an EGR engine, displays and interactive demonstrations. Also featured is a transmission station that demonstrates the importance of lubrication while allowing the public to test its gear shifting abilities. Other interactive displays show the impact of soot on diesel engines and how new engine specifications require changes in lubricant technology.

The schedule is as follows:

  • 7/19/2004, Customer Appreciation, Cornwall Truck Maintenance, Cornwall, Ontario

  • 7/20/2004, Customer Appreciation, Triheat Anglin Energy Supply Co., Kingston, Ontario

  • 7/21/2004, Customer Appreciation, Hutchinson Heating & Fuels, Brighton, Ontario

  • 7/23/2004 - 7/25/2004, Fergus Truck Show, Fergus, Ontario CAN

  • 7/26/2004 - 7/27/2004, Customer Appreciation, Husky Oil, Mississauga, Ontario

  • 8/4/2004 - 8/08/2004, Hot August Nights and Stars & Stripes Truckerfest, Reno, NV

  • 8/11/2004, Customer Appreciation, McCormix Corporation, Santa Barbara, CA

  • 8/20/2004 - 8/21/2004, Great Salt Lake Truck Show, Salt Lake City, UT

  • 8/31/2004 - 9/02/2004, Farm Progress Show, Alleman, IA

  • 9/10/2004 - 9/12/2004, Great American Trucking Show, Dallas, TX

  • 9/23/2004 - 9/25/2004, International Trucking Show, Anaheim, CA

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