Phillips Lubricants has introduced two new natural gas engine oils, Guardol NG and Kendall Super-D NG, both for use in compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG) heavy-duty trucks.
Phillips Lubricants says the two oils replace the discontinued 76 Triton VGEO Plus, with the formulation remaining the same to meet the enhanced wear protection requirements of diesel-conversion natural gas engines. With these engine oils now a part of the successful Guardol and Kendall Super-D product lines, Phillips says customers who have converted their engines to natural gas can see premium performance associated with these motor oils in diesel applications.
“With more of our customers seeking alternatives to traditional fuel due to its cost, availability and impact on the environment, we’re committed to providing them with the superior products they need for a seamless transition,” says Bernie Wallendorf, director, commercial products. “By expanding the Guardol and Kendall product line — which our customers know and trust — to include natural gas engine oils, Phillips 66 Lubricants has shown that we greatly value our customers and their business.”