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MTU Detroit Diesel Australia Exhibits its Environmentally Safe Oil Change range at the Brisbane Truck Show 2013

MTU Detroit Diesel Australia will introduce the latest Environmentally Safe Oil Change (ESOC) product range, including the Series 950 and CEX 750, at this year’s Brisbane Truck Show – held from 16-19 May 2013 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Stand 244.

While the stand will showcase the existing on-highway range (including the Series 900 and CEX-550), MTU Detroit Diesel Australia’s engineering team will deliver news and information on ESOC’s next generation of products, the Series 950 and CEX 750.

The new range of rapid fluid exchange technologies, offer cost effective, eco-friendly and safe maintenance solutions for diesel engines, maximising up-time to customers.

The Series 950 is a revolutionary oil change machine for medium to large engines, allowing up to 385 litres of oil to be changed in approximately 30 minutes - dramatically reducing labour time and costs. Similarly, the CEX 750 allows for large capacity, heavy duty engine coolant extraction and re-filling that eliminates air pockets during engine maintenance; changing up to 113.5 litres of coolant in one go.

“We are proud to be associated with ESOC and the company’s leading fluid change technologies and engineering innovation. ESOC, like us, is motivated by providing up-time and service solutions to its customers,” Leigh Hunter, Market Development Manager Construction, Industrial & Packaged Power Generation, MTU Detroit Diesel Australia, said.

“The latest models of the ESOC range have been developed using “green” or environmentally friendly fluid change technologies for the preventative maintenance of engines. Importantly, ESOC also ensures the OH&S and safety of technicians using the high tech equipment.”

Visit MTU Detroit Diesel Australia’s ESOC stand to learn more from our expert team, including news on our collaboration with ESOC – innovating products for Australia’s harsh mining environments and large waste fluid volume requirements.