French oil giant, Total, is making a renewed focus on the Australian commercial vehicle market by making an appearance at the Brisbane Truck Show, in a move it says will allow it to showcase its range of heavy duty vehicle products including engine, automatic and manual transmission as well as axle oils, brake fluid, coolants and other other products.
The company says that one of its key offerings will be the Rubia Works 4000 15W-40 diesel engine oil, which the company says “was developed to ensure optimum performance and protection for vehicles operating for long periods under demanding conditions – this includes in high load, start and stop applications and in hot and dusty environments, all of which Australia is known for.
The company says the Rubia Works oil is designed for modern diesel engines with a low ash content making it ideal for use in vehicles with either Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) or Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) emission control systems to prevent clogging, and to extend post-treatment system durability.
It also provides extended drain interval in line with manufacturer’s recommendations, while maintaining viscosity for long-term wear protection for operators.
The company says the its Rubia range meet OEM standards, with more than 200 approvals from heavy vehicle equipment manufacturers including Scania, MAN, Volvo, Renault, as well as engine manufacturers Cummins and Detroit Diesel.
“We look forward to engaging more closely with the road transport industry at BTS. The strength and benefits in our product line up, our specialist service approach and successful partnerships within industries similar to heavy duty transport, underwrites our focus and desire to build lasting relationships and become a key player within this segment,” Total Oil Australia’s national sales and marketing manager, Rhyse Moore, said
Total Oil Australia is welcoming visitors to Stand 314 on the Plaza Level at this year’s Brisbane Truck show