RelaDyne launches advanced synthetic engine oil, DuraMAX® Full Synthetic XLT
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RelaDyne launches advanced synthetic engine oil, DuraMAX® Full Synthetic XLT

RelaDyne, one of the leading lubricant distributors in the United States, has launched its most advanced synthetic oil – DuraMAX® Full Synthetic XLT.

This new premium motor oil boasts Extreme Lubrication Technology, formulated to meet the performance requirements of Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) and Turbocharged Gasoline Direct Injection (TGDI) engines. With extreme engine temperature performance and unsurpassed wear protection, DuraMAX® Full Synthetic XLT Motor Oils are specially designed to surpass today’s engine requirements and formulated to provide additional protection for engines when the OEM drain interval is exceeded.

“The new DuraMAX Full Synthetic XLT continues to demonstrate the advanced technologies RelaDyne is capable of formulating to transform the automotive industry,” said Bob Johnson, RelaDyne automotive business development manager. “Our oils consistently exceed OEM requirements, making DuraMAX the Motor Oil of choice for Auto Installers and Quick Lube customers across the country.”

DuraMAX® Full Synthetic XLT Motor Oils are licensed ILSAC GF-5 and API SN and carry GM dexos1™ Gen 2 approvals (0W-20 and 5W-30).

DuraMAX is RelaDyne’s national automotive brand with a portfolio including, motor oils, automatic transmission fluids (ATFs), antifreeze & coolants, wiper blades, filters, and ancillary products. DuraMAX products are owned and distributed through RelaDyne, a leading provider of lubricants, fuels, diesel exhaust fluid, and industrial reliability services in the United States. Reladyne is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, with locations across the United States. RelaDyne was formed in 2010 by the combination of four well-established industry-leading companies and has since grown to more than 70 locations by strategically acquiring other industry leaders in the lubricant, fuel distribution, and industrial service segments.

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