Castrol's new oils exceed specifications

July 1, 2002
Castrol Heavy Duty Lubricants Inc has a new line of diesel engine oils consisting of Enduron S, Tection Extra, and Tection S. Enduron S and Tection Extra

Castrol Heavy Duty Lubricants Inc has a new line of diesel engine oils consisting of Enduron S, Tection Extra, and Tection S.

Enduron S and Tection Extra exceed current diesel engine oil specifications, including API CI-4, CH-4, CG-4, CF-4, SL, Cummins CES 20078, 20076, and Mack EO-M Plus. Features of these oils include:

  • Synthetic blend base stock

  • Dispersive quality to manage higher soot levels from Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) engines

  • Robust detergent properties

  • Shear stability

  • Low ash technology

Tection S protects diesel engines by managing soot and controlling wear on critical parts, including piston rings, liners, and rod bearings. It is formulated to meet current diesel engine oil specifications, including API CI-4.

For more details, contact Castrol, 9300 Pulaski Hwy, Baltimore MD 21220.

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