New ExxonMobil Hydraulic Oil Can Help Companies Improve Energy Efficiency, Extend Equipment Life, and Reduce Maintenance Costs
Celebrating another milestone in its long history of developing advanced hydraulic fluids, ExxonMobil today announced the introduction of its new Mobil DTE 10 Excel Series, the latest generation of the company’s popular Mobil DTE family of hydraulic oils, designed to help provide customers with energy efficient productivity.
Introduced more than 30 years ago, the Mobil DTE line of high-performance hydraulic oils are used in nearly every type of commercial and industrial application and have more than 200 endorsements from leading original equipment manufacturers.
“Our premium Mobil DTE oils have been an essential part of the maintenance strategies employed by successful companies around the world,” said Glen Sharkowicz, global industrial products advisor, ExxonMobil Lubricants & Petroleum Specialties Company. “With the introduction our new, high-performance Mobil DTE 10 Excel, we look forward to extending the legacy of proven performance our Mobil DTE line of hydraulic fluids are known for by helping our customers maximize their productivity.”
Designed to handle the lubrication requirements of both industrial and mobile high-pressure hydraulic systems, Mobil DTE 10 Excel is an ideal lubricant choice for numerous industrial and off-highway sectors, such as construction, energy/power, mining, general manufacturing, machine shops, plastics, and pulp/paper.
Mobil DTE 10 Excel exceeds nearly all major industry specifications, including Denison HF-O, Eaton M2950, CM P69 and P70, ISO11158 HV, DIN 51524, and JCMAS HK-1.
Formulated with extensive laboratory and in-service field testing, Mobil DTE 10 Excel can help companies improve energy efficiency, extend oil and equipment life and reduce the operational costs associated with hydraulic machinery. Field demonstrations versus a competitive hydraulic fluid operating under similar conditions showed that Mobil DTE 10 Excel series oils delivered higher levels of hydraulic efficiency, resulting in measurable decreases in fuel consumption and cycle times.
“Our customers are focused on improving productivity to maintain competitiveness in an increasingly difficult business environment”, says Ian Davidson, Global Industrial Marketing Manager. “They are also faced with managing the environmental impact of their business. The efficiency and extended service life capabilities of the new Mobil DTE 10 Excel products help our customers with these challenges.”
In additional laboratory and in-service field demonstrations conducted on a wide range of modern hydraulic systems, Mobil DTE 10 Excel demonstrated exceptional oil life, outlasting competitive fluids by up to three times, all while maintaining hydraulic system cleanliness and component protection. Mobil DTE Excel 10 also demonstrated the value of its high viscosity index and outstanding shear stability by operating successfully in temperatures as low as negative 30 degrees Fahrenheit (negative 34 degrees Celsius).
For more information about Mobil DTE 10 Excel or other Mobil-branded industrial lubricants and services call 1-800-622-4525, or visit www.mobilindustrial.com
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