DEUTZ DQC III-18 LA
MTU Category 2.1
MACK RO 4.5
RENAULT VI RLD-3
CUMMINS CES 20086
DETROIT DIESEL DFS 93K222
ISUZU Recommended Lubricant (2020)
Meets the requirements of
Especially recommended in engines of machinery
KOMATSU, HITACHI, JCB, KOBELCO, CASE
TOTAL RUBIA WORKS 4000 FE 10W-30 is especially suitable for engines used in earthmoving activities (quarries, construction, mining...) requesting API CK-4 or CJ-4 level. Furthermore, thanks to its numerous approvals, it can be used also in “On-road” truck engines. This lubricant withstands very long working periods under severe conditions and high load, with dust and heat.
TOTAL RUBIA WORKS 4000 FE 10W-30 is recommended for engines equipped with Exhaust gas after-treatment system meeting EURO Stage V (or US EPA Tier 4F) Standard and, for On-Road, EURO 6, as well as previous standards. TOTAL RUBIA WORKS 4000 FE 10W-30 is particularly suitable for American, European and Japanese engines.
Thanks to its specific “low-SAPS” technology (low content of Sulphated Ash, Phosphorus and Sulphur), TOTAL RUBIA WORKS 4000 FE 10W-30 is designed for the latest Diesel engines equipped with post-treatment systems, such as Diesel particulate filters (DPF) or DENOX catalyst.
PERFORMANCES AND CUSTOMER BENEFITS
TOTAL RUBIA WORKS 4000 FE 10W-30 exhibits excellent thermal stability ensuring efficient lubrication of hot engine pieces during severe and long working periods. TOTAL RUBIA WORKS 4000 FE 10W-30 has been especially reinforced in oxidation resistance (much higher than simple API CK4), providing the possibility for the end user to reach or to exceed the maximum manufacturer’s drain interval recommendation, even under severe working conditions with bad Fuel quality or with Bio-Diesel fuel.
The 10W-30 viscosity grade allows engine starting under very low temperature and/or provides substantial Fuel Economy for the end user (up to 2.0 % in certain earthmoving machinery). Its advanced “low-SAPS” formulation helps prevent the clogging of the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and extends the posttreatment system durability