Chevron Lubricants Issues New Case Study Highlighting Performance of Delo® Products Used By Marchini

Chevron Lubricants Issues New Case Study Highlighting Performance of Delo® Products Used By Marchini Ag

-- Delo Engine Oils and Coolants Deliver Over 10,000 Hours of Service in a John Deere 8520T Tractor --


SAN RAMON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Chevron Products Company, a Chevron U.S.A. Inc. division, maker of the Delo® brand of technologically advanced engine oils, lubricants and coolants, today released a new case study highlighting the performance of Delo heavy-duty diesel engine oil, Delo Extended Life Coolant (ELC) and Chevron THF 1000 at Marchini Ag farms in California's Central Valley.

Marchini Ag relies on many tractors to plow the company's fields. Among those tractors is a 300 brake horsepower (bhp) John Deere 8520T that has been in operation for over nine years, accumulating more than 10,000 hours of service. After a teardown of the tractor, Marchini Ag found the engine components and valve train system in perfect condition with minimal wear. The water pump and cylinder liners remained without any cavitation, demonstrating the excellent heat transfer and protection the Delo ELC provided the engine over its nine years of service.

Chevron will highlight the Marchini Ag case study at its 2013 World Ag Expo (February 12 -14) booth (#O40) in Tulare, CA. Videos and parts from the tear down will be on hand for attendees to see how Delo lubricants enhanced engine performance for the Stockton California-based company.

Print and Video Case Studies Available

The full Marchini Ag case study can be downloaded at www.chevrondelo.com. A video of the deployment and inspection can be viewed on the Delo YouTube channel (http://bit.ly/W5k7dI).

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Extended Service Protection - Chevron's Delo Product Family:

Chevron's Delo product family includes engine oils, premium lubricants and extended life coolants that provide premium performance and bottom-line value for diesel powered vehicles.

ISOSYN Technology combines premium base oils, high performance additives and Chevron formulating expertise to provide superb diesel engine parts protection. All at an outstanding value

All Delo products are covered under the Delo Warranty Plus program, which provides bumper-to-bumper protection against lubricant and coolant related failures as described in the Delo Warranty.

More information on Delo products and the Delo Truck can be found at: www.ChevronDelo.com

About Chevron Products Company

Chevron Products Company is a division of an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of the Chevron Corporation (NYS: CVX) headquartered in San Ramon, CA.

A full line of lubrication and coolant products are marketed through this organization under the Chevron, Texaco and Caltex brand names. Select brands include Havoline®, Delo® and Havoline Xpress Lube®. Chevron Intellectual Property, LLC owns patented technology in advanced lubricants products, new generation base oil technology and coolants.

For more information go to: www.ChevronLubricants.com

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