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Champion offers fuel economy calculator

Champion Oil has announced a new user-friendly fuel economy calculator for diesel fleets available on its

“The transportation industry is focused on improving fuel economy,” said Karl Dedolph, fleet specialist for Champion. “Our new premium SAE 5W-30 UltraFleet API-CJ4 synthetic heavy-duty diesel motor oil can play a big factor on helping customers achieve their fuel economy goals. Champion’s on-line fuel economy calculator helps fleet operators and drivers determine the potential savings that can be achieved by using a new lower-viscosity heavy-duty motor oil.”

Backed by global certifications and extreme field and bench tests, Champion’s new formula provides the same level of engine protection as leading SAE 15W-40 HD motor oils, but with more end user benefits. Results from real-world field trials prove that Champion’s formulated and blended SAE 5W-30 UltraFleet heavy-duty diesel motor oil reduces engine wear and corrosion while maintaining viscometric properties. It also provides enhanced protection to engine and exhaust system components.

The formulation of Champion’s new lower-viscosity SAE 5W-30 UltraFleet heavy-duty diesel motor oil ensures durable protection while delivering real-world, measurable fuel economy gains. In fact, Champion’s SAE 5W-30 UltraFleet was found to deliver an average of 3.3% and up to 4.5% fuel economy improvement over a conventional SAE 15W-40 API CJ-4 lubricant tested at an independent testing facility using the SAE J1321 fuel test protocol.

Champion’s SAE 5W-30 UltraFleet heavy-duty diesel motor oil is formulated with a patented friction modifier system that enables the formulation of this SAE 5W-30 HD motor oil to reduce internal drag within engines, resulting in maximum engine power output. The new oil has a 50% faster time to pressurization than a traditional SAE 15W-40, leading to faster lubrication of valve train hardware and emissions system components.


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