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New ConocoPhillips Oil Provides Enhanced Wear Protection

Houston, Texas-based ConocoPhillips Company has introduced Guardol ECT with liquid titanium, a premium tier API CJ-4 diesel engine oil formulated with an exclusive liquid-titanium technology that provides enhanced engine wear protection, reduced bearing corrosion, and has increased oxidation stability. Guardol ECT with liquid titanium is an enhancement to ConocoPhillips’ API CJ-4 synthetic blend diesel engine oil made from an advanced, low SAPS (sulfated ash, phosphorous and sulfur) technology, and is approved under the latest heavy-duty engine oil specifications from major engine builders.

“Guardol ECT with liquid titanium is engineered from advanced high-performance additives and a blend of synthetic and high-quality Group II base stocks,” said Reginald Dias, director of commercial products for ConocoPhillips. “It is the first and only multi-grade, heavy duty engine oil of its kind, which raises the bar for novel diesel engine oil technology. Liquid titanium is a powerful additive that strongly bonds to metal surfaces at the molecular level, adding an extra layer of protection to further reduce wear on critical parts and help extend engine life. It also increases the oxidation stability of the oil, helping to prolong oil life during service. These product enhancements provide added value to fleet owners and operators by helping to improve engine performance, reduce maintenance, extend drain intervals, and protect the investment.”

As part of its engine-protection features, Guardol ECT with liquid titanium shows reduced wear of critical parts in the severe Cummins ISB test. It also shows reduced wear, less deposits and increased oil-oxidation stability in other industry standard engine tests and bench tests, according to the company.

Guardol ECT with liquid titanium replaces the Guardol ECT product in ConocoPhillips’ existing API CJ-4 heavy-duty engine oil line, and is now available.

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