1967-02-01

Filtration Experience with Highly Dispersant Diesel Engine Oils 670957

Some fleet operators feel that the use of highly dispersant nonfilterable oils will wear an engine out by carrying abrasives and other inorganic debris throughout the system. Laboratory and field test data are presented which show that the benefit of improved filter life obtainable with highly dispersant oils does not adversely affect control of abrasive wear in diesel engine service.

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