ExxonMobil test engine supports next generation marine lubricant product development

Last year, ExxonMobil announced the first firing of its first ever crosshead slow speed test engine to drive forward its research and development of next generation cylinder and system oils for the marine industry.

Working with the National Transport Research Center (NTRC) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, Hans Jensen Lubricators and Mahle Powertrain, ExxonMobil’s test engine replicates demanding field environment through scientifically derived operating conditions.

This video reveals how ExxonMobil can use this facility to test a range of different fuel and lubricant formulas and play a key part in helping to improve engine protection and performance in preparation for IMO 2020 and beyond.

To learn more, watch the full video here.

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