Petro-Canada unveils new engine oils to meet API CK-4 and FA-4 specifications

by Truck News

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Petro-Canada Lubricants revealed its API CK-4 and FA-4 product line called DURON next generation today.

The new engine oils will be available to the market on December 1, 2016 according to Petro-Canada and were designed to surpass the demands of API CK-4 and FA-4 (formerly known as PC-11A and PC-11B) the product line will be available in four performance tiers:

· DURON HP (High Performance)
· DURON SHP (Super High Performance)
· DURON UHP (Ultra High Performance)
· DURON Advanced (API FA-4)

“We had a clear vision to create the world’s toughest heavy duty diesel engine oils and with DURON next generation we have delivered on that ambition,” said Howard McIntyre, vice-president, lubricants, Suncor. “The product line has been built on our world class technology and with an approach that doesn’t compromise durability, strength and efficiency.”

The company said DURON Advanced will stand as Petro-Canada Lubricants’ fully API FA-4 approved product and will maximize fuel economy without sacrificing any engine protection.

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