for your fleet.
When it comes to engine protection, EcoPower is built for the long haul. Its reliable engine oil performance can help minimize operating costs and increase uptime, keeping your fleet on the road day after day.
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Ready for the toughest conditions.
EcoPower meets or exceeds the toughest North American standards for engine protection, including SAE, API and ILSAC. But this isn’t your average engine oil.
Our high quality formulations provide unsurpassed protection under the most severe operating conditions. The same formulation of engine oil is relied on by some of the largest commercial fleets and U.S. Armed Forces combat vehicles around the world. If it’s tough enough for these demanding conditions, it’s tough enough for your fleet.
EcoPower diesel engine oils exceed the major OEM engine requirements, including those of Caterpillar, Cummins, Mack, Detroit Diesel and more. In fact, EcoPower provides protection that's second to none. Want proof? Two long-haul trucks with Cummins ISX engines went a million miles using nothing but EcoPower HD 15W-40 CJ-4/SM. With drain intervals between 40-50,000 miles, this eco-friendly engine oil performed precisely as we expected. But don’t take our word for it, see for yourself.
Engines aren’t the only thing it protects.
EcoPower isn’t just good for engines, it’s good for the environment as well. In fact, a fleet of 15,000 diesel and 15,000 gas vehicles using EcoPower will reduce greenhouse gases by 2,866 metric tons. That’s equivalent to the carbon absorbed by 74,272 trees over ten years.
What’s more, our production process avoids the emissions of more than one million metric tons of greenhouse gases annually compared to refining and burning used oil for energy. That’s equivalent to taking 200,000 cars off the road every year. Simply stated, a green engine oil means far less greenhouse gases.