The real cost of inefficient lubricants
Fuel economy is a huge driver for fleets, making up 25% of operating costs.
Add in decreased fleet performance, durability and uptime, and inefficient
lubricants could be costing you more than you think.
per unit, per year
Sticking to API CK-4 oil can cost
up to $1000 per truck per year in fuel alone.
 15W-40 -> 10W-30 FA-4 = $921 improvement
10W-30 CK-4 -> 10W-30 FA-4 = $372 improvement
and decreased asset life
Repeatedly stopping to get gas and
tend to vehicles is costing you time and productivity.
in repairs every 3–5 years
Scuffing leads to high repair
costs, more downtime and potential customer loss.
For an in-depth breakdown of the benefits and
opportunities associated with switching to a more
efficient fuel, check out our sales sheet.
To be the best, you need the best
Efficiency breeds success. To make fleets more efficient, operations managers
should always be willing to embrace new solutions that move them forward.
To have best-in-class performance, you need to adopt best-in-class solutions.
And improving efficiencies will improve your bottom line.
You’ll see a fuel economy improvement of up to 2% with Delo 400 ZFA 10W-30. This lubricant also offers emission control system capability and anti-wear, deposit and soot control to maximize vehicle uptime and extend asset life.
We’ll take the risk out of the switch
Introducing our Go Further Guarantee
The Go Further Guarantee will cover the use of FA-4 in non-approved
engines as long as the fleet meets our warranty requirements. We were able
to underwrite this policy because we stand by our product. By offering this
warranty, we’re removing any hesitation or risk that might be involved in
making the switch.
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 15W-40 -> 10W-30 FA-4 = 1.4-2% FE improvement.
10W-30 CK-4 -> 10W-30 FA-4 = 0.5-0.8% FE improvement.