TOTAL Lubricants is offering CVW readers a chance to win a 208L barrel of RUBIA TIR 9900 FE 5W-30.
The transport industry continues to face huge challenges in terms of rising fuel costs, environmental pressure and legislation. When it comes to engine lubrication, making the right choice can have a remarkable impact on a fleet’s performance including improved protection, lower operating costs, better mileage and reduced environmental impact.
With lubricants specially recommended for the latest generation of EURO VI engines, as well as lubricating all types of engines EURO V and previous, fitted or not with post-treatment systems, such as EGR, SCR and DPF, international oil company Total developed RUBIA TIR 9900 FE 5W-30 to provide a very high-performance lubricant for the latest generation of engines.
This makes this product the perfect choice for workshops wishing to improve the performance and lifespan of vehicles, while reducing fuel consumption.
All this is made possible by RUBIA TIR 9900 FE’s dual benefit of fuel economy (FE) and low-SAPS (sulphated ash, phosphorous and sulphur) composition.
The company says RUBIA 9900 provides highly extended oil drain intervals due to outstanding anti-oxidant and corrosion properties, resulting in cost savings in maintenance. Other benefits are said to include outstanding engine protection, excellent anti-wear performance whatever the running conditions (long distances, frequent stops and severe loads), and outstanding piston cleanliness, hence, excellent protection against bore polishing and cylinder wear.
RUBIA TIR 9900 FE: ACEA E6/E9/E4/E7, API CJ-4/CI-4/CH-4 carries manufacturer approval meeting the needs of multi-vehicle fleets from, DAF, IVECO, MAN M 3477 and 3677, MB 228.51, Renault Trucks RLD-3, SCANIA LDF-4 and Volvo VDS-4 classifications.
What can you win?
To showcase its next-generation engine oil, Total is offering one winner the chance to win a 208 litre barrel of Total RUBIA TIR 9900 FE 5W-30. To win, simply answer the following question:
Deadline for entries is 10/11/2018.