LOS ANGELES, Cal. — Environmental Fleet Services (EFS) has introduced its SMARTmaintenance system for heavy-duty diesel engines.
The system focuses on the air, oil, fuel, coolant and battery systems to improve engine efficiency and performance while reducing emissions. It’s available for all makes of heavy-duty diesel truck engines.
The SMARTmaintenance system uses air pre-cleaners and long-term re-usable air filters which provide less restriction and increased airflow to the engines along with improved filtering over traditional paper filters, the company says. When combined with the air pre-cleaner, the system removes about 99 per cent of harmful dust and dirt from the air intake. The filters last up to 100,000 miles before they must be cleaned and they never have to be replaced, the company claims.
The SMARTmaintenance system also features the only EPA-tested and proven oil additive, PetroMoly which is combined with the company’s by-pass oil filtration units which are certified by the State of California and extend oil change intervals. The company claims this oil system reduces the use of and disposal of oil and filters.
The SMARTmaintenance coolant system uses recycled antifreeze/coolant that provides excellent protection against pitting and corrosion, according to the company.
EFS focuses on developing California and EPA-compliant solutions to reduce waste and pollution from heavy-duty vehicles.
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