EcoPower oil gets DD approval

Products Jason Cannon February 12, 2013

Detroit Diesel has approved Safety-Kleen Systems' EcoPower Heavy-Duty Diesel 10W-30 CJ-4/SM for use in Detroit Diesel engines, the company announced Tuesday.Detroit Diesel has approved Safety-Kleen Systems’ EcoPower Heavy-Duty Diesel 10W-30 CJ-4/SM for use in its engines, the company announced Tuesday.

Curt Knapp, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Oil Re-refining Sales for Safety-Kleen says the company’s re-refined engine oil improves fuel economy up to 1.5 percent, delivers better cold-weather starts and protects engines and protects the environment.

The Detroit Diesel approval includes Series 50, Series 60, MBE 4000, MBE 900 and HDEP engines equipped with EGR and Diesel Particle Filters (DPF) as specified in 93K218. EcoPower Heavy-Duty Diesel 10W-30 CJ-4/SM has also been approved by or meets the requirements of Cummins, Caterpillar, Mack, Mercedes-Benz, Navistar and Volvo.


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