D-A Lubricants releases Reliant X-92 lubricant

D-A Lubricants releases Reliant X-92 lubricant

D-A Lubricants has released Reliant X-92, a lubricant for multi-fueled fleet(s) containing diesel, gasoline and processed natural gas- (CNG/LPG/LNG) fueled engines.

The company says it is designed for severe on- and off-highway applications and offers oxidative and thermal stability and durability; TBN retention; superior wear protection; and exceeds industry standards for deposit control.

Reliant X-92 allows ‘all-season’ performance and hardware protection, the company adds.

D-A’s Reliant X-92 is approved for the latest Cummins Engineering Standard (CES 20092), which the company says provides improved oxidation, thermal stability and durability. CES 20092 is backwards compatible to Cummins CES 20085 natural gas engine oil specification. Those currently using CES 20074 natural gas engine oil specification in legacy lean burn engines can convert to CES 20092.

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