Oil Analysis C-13 Diesel Truck oil analysis results 60 to 70% of harmful Soot reduction and prevention.

Monday, 19 September 2011 12:37 Dan
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Diesel Truck oil analysis results 60 to 70% of harmful Soot reduction and prevention.

This test was run by Coastal Blending & Packaging, a Lubrication Analysis Lab in Saint John, New Brunswick. For this test, a before and after oil sample was taken. The Semi-Truck with a Caterpilar C-13 engine, odometer reading 1,025,000 kilometers, after change of oil and filter 25,000 km of highway the 1st sample is taken and the lab reports notify the results in order to determine if it's needs to be changed and and condition of the engine, as you will see below on the below analysis report the soot level reports 0.46 metal counts are normal so the oil is not nesesary as the oil analysis shows his oil green light, using a Kleen Oil By-pass filter and following recomendation only the By-pass filter is changed at every 25,000 km. The 2nd Oil Anaylsis at 50,000 km show soot levels of 0.68 a 48% incresse, the By-pass filter was changed and then applied MoreMPG and then driven for another 25,000 km, 3rd Analysis report at a total of 75,000 km on the oil  Soot levels went down to 0.27  displayed a 60% reduction. Take Notice of the drop in soot's and metal wear, these numbers do not usualy go down they go up, facts that MoreMPG reduces emissions, wear and tear and keeping the engine clean.

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Last Updated on Friday, 07 October 2011 21:20