DIESEL OIL TO OPTIMISE ENGINES
WITH THE introduction of the new API CK-4 Diesel engine oil category to meet the latest US engine requirements, Total believes it has taken the lead, producing an all-new Total Rubia Optima range of lubricants which it says outperforms existing oils.
Total claims that the Rubia Optima 1100 15W-40 heavy duty diesel engine oil represents a new generation of Total lubricants.
According to Total, the Rubia Optima 1100 15W-40 TOTAL provides increased efficiency, longevity and reliability – while reducing operating costs.
Featuring TIR technology, Total says the diesel engine lubricant offers total protection and is designed to optimise performance that surpasses existing CJ-4 oils and CK-4 test limits with outstanding oxidation control, viscosity retention and oil aeration control.
This is claimed to result in superior wear protection through an enhanced protective film between moving parts that ensures consistent, lowfriction operation.
Total says, importantly, that Rubia Optima 1100 15W-40 has also shown 83 per cent lower oxidation levels thanks to the technologically advanced compounds that maintain stability under high temperature requirements.
“We are excited to release the newest range of Total Rubia Optima 1000 series lubricants in Australia,” Total Oil Australia managing director Andrew Murchie says.
“As a direct replacement to existing oils, fleet operators have the easy ability to simply update and reap the reward for their own vehicles – all thanks to Total’s commitment to industry leading, quality products.”