Roadranger lubricants have been recognized for their long drain intervals and fuel efficiency.
KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Roadranger has received an SAE ‘E2T Environmental Excellence in Transportation Award’ for its environmentally-friendly lubricants.
Roadranger lubricants, which are manufactured by Cognis Corporation, reduce waste oil by extending drain intervals up to seven times longer than other products, the company says. Also, Roadranger Synthetic FE 75E-90 axle lubricant has achieved about a 1% fuel economy improvement, according to the company.
“Roadranger lubricants significantly reduce fluid waste,” said Donna Mosher, lubricant engineering specialist for Eaton Corporation’s Truck Group.
Nearly every heavy-duty truck built in North America arrives from the factory with one Roadranger lube or another.
“Protecting and improving the environment are among Eaton’s highest priorities,” said Rick Muth, manager of Roadranger lubricants for Eaton. “Not only are we reducing our own emissions, energy and water consumption, and waste production, but we are also helping our customers and suppliers reduce theirs. Our entire lubricants team, which includes engineering teams at Eaton, Dana and Cognis, our Roadranger sales and marketing team, and our OEM customers, is honoured to be presented with this prestigious award.”
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