Exxon Introduces C o s t - S a v i n g M a r i ne Lubricant Line

Exxon Company, International (ECI) recently announced at a gathering of shipping industry representatives that they have developed a new, high quality marine lubricant line called Exxmar to replace their existing diesel lubricants line, Tromar.

The new line, designed to exceed current and expected future requirements for engine lubricants, is the result of three years of extensive laboratory research and on-board testing.

According to ECI, the Exxmar products, in side-by-side tests with Tromar lubricants, were consistently proved superior in the areas of wear control, alkalinity retention, and cleanliness. In addition, the new line is being made available without any accompanying increase in cost to the shipowner.

ECI test results showed that Exxmar products reduced liner wear and enhanced engine cleanliness as much as 30 percent compared with Tromar. The company said that these benefits, when combined with the Exxcare used oil analysis program and the services of Exxon's marine technical staff, will provide vessel owners and operators many opportunities to improve their operations and reduce costs.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 63,  Dec 1987 Oregon

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