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Oil is key to maximizing uptime. But you might be making an assumption about

new oil—one that’s hiding the real reason why your first line of defense against

breakdowns is failing.




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Have you checked the third spec?

Typical new oils meet specs for performance and viscosity—but 

not cleanliness. That third spec is compromising your 

equipment and costing your business.

Does your new lube meet 

your  OEM Cleanliness Spec?

 

Find out more about how new lube cleanliness affects your equipment. 

Fill out the form and we’ll send your sample to receive your free
cleanliness check
and verify if it’s meeting your OEM’s specification.

 

See details for more information 

 

Think your oil is clean enough?

Ready to get going with certified clean oil? Contact a Chevron rep today

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Why do machines require clean lubricants?

Particle contamination is the leading cause of machine failure. And it doesn’t take much to contaminate oil and shorten component life.

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New oil may not be clean enough

Here’s how easy it is for typical new oil to acquire up to 32x more contaminant particles than what OEMs deem acceptable