Chevron introduces synthetic transmission fluid

Chevron introduces synthetic transmission fluid

Chevron Products Co. introduced two new, premium synthetic transmission fluids designed specifically for the heavy-duty manual transmission market. 

Chevron Products Co. introduced two new, premium synthetic transmission fluids designed specifically for the heavy-duty manual transmission market. These new products meet the newly released EatonFuller PS-164 Rev 7 specification, the company said.

Available as Chevron Delo Synthetic Transmission Fluid SAE 50 and Texaco Syn-Star TL SAE 50, these products meet and exceed the major OEM’s performance requirements for extended drain and warranty, the company said. Both fluids offer reduced component wear and potential fuel economy improvements to companies in the commercial transportation and construction markets.

The two fluids are high viscosity and low pour point synthetic lubricants that provide year-round performance under severe climate and operating conditions, the company said. During cold weather shifting, the all-season properties of this formulation lubricate transmission parts quickly resulting in less gear wear and drag.

”Our new synthetic transmission fluids complement a comprehensive Chevron Delo and Texaco product portfolio,” said Nicole Fujishige, commercial marketing manager, Chevron Products Co. “This portfolio has demonstrated its ability to improve our customers’ bottom line. The addition of these new synthetic transmission fluids further highlights Chevron’s commitment to provide its customers with the most technologically advanced lubricants available.”

Both fluids are backed by the Chevron Delo and Texaco Bumper-to-Bumper Lubricants Warranty.

For more information, visit www.chevron.com.

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