Extended service intervals and focus on after treatment health, with no metallic additives.
From Chevron, " It all started over 15 years ago with a problem in search of a solution. A truck OEM asked Chevron if it would be possible to remove metallic content in oil additives, then reducing sulfated ash in the process. First, engineers at Chevron were perplexed, then the request became a challenge".
“That was quite a unique challenge for a formulator”, said Teri Crosby, global product manager – Chevron Oronite. “Typical API requirement for ashes in heavy duty engine is about 1%. We dropped that by 60%. This is not incremental.”
The Delo 600 ADF is formulated to 0.4% sulfated ash, which helps drastically reduce the rate of DPF clogging, to deliver extended DPF service life and industry redefining fuel economy retention, says the company. All of this would ultimately contributes to reducing customer operating costs.
You still should stick to the auto manufacturers recommend service interval regardless oil what an oil manufacturer says. Unless the big 3 get on board. If Cummings approves this oil I’d probably use it for the sake of the DPF.
3500 MegaCab Dually 4X4
6.7L Aisin Trans
385 Hp 930 Tq