Chevron launches ISOCLEAN-certified lubricant program
Chevron Products Co., a San Ramon Calif.-based division of Chevron U.S.A. Inc., launched ISOCLEAN program, what is said to be the first of its kind national program that offers a solution to particle contamination through products and in-plant services.
Designed to assist customers in maximizing the life of their equipment by meeting stringent quality control standards set by original equipment manufacturers, the ISOCLEAN program includes ISOCLEAN-certified lubricants, which have been certified to meet the fluid ISO cleanliness requirements, and ISOCLEAN services, which are in-plant services designed to clean up and manage contamination of in-service lubricants and operating systems.
Chevron’s ISOCLEAN-certified lubricants meet a specific ISO cleanliness code at the point of delivery.
ISOCLEAN services are performed by a national certified network of service providers at the plant location. The portfolio of services include fluid purification and dehydration, varnish removal and mitigation, high-velocity flushing, reservoir and tank cleaning, condition monitoring and system audits and fluid handling consultation.
“Our ISOCLEAN program with certified lubricants and services is proof that we are investing heavily in this crucial industry need,” says Doug Hinzie, vice president of Americas lubricants. “In response to the request for a turnkey solution from customers and OEMs, we developed this comprehensive national program because we know how important it is to provide a consistent solution [that] is certified and backed by Chevron and delivered wherever our customers need it.”
Chevron offers more than 50 ISOCLEAN-certified lubricants for critical equipment components, from hydraulics to gear oils to synthetics, for a variety of industries, including agriculture, construction, manufacturing and more.