WAYNE, N.J. — In response to new emission standards enforced by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Castrol will launch a line of products under the updated classification of lubricants, CJ-4. The lubricants are designed to enable the next generation of low-emission diesel engines to meet the 2007 OEM emission standards.
Castrol officials say they have created CJ-4 compliant products with extended drainage intervals. All products have been developed using proprietary technology and are supported with more than eight million miles worth of testing, the company says.
“Castrol will continue to surpass the industry standard and improve performance levels while exceeding government regulations,” said David Gannon, market space manager for heavy-duty. “With Castrol’s advanced technology we are able to surpass the performance requirements of multiple engine oils.”
The CJ-4 compliant, Castrol Hypuron, the first Castrol product introduced under the new classification, is set to launch this fall.
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