Intelligent engine optimization

  • 25-Mar-2011 12:47 EDT
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The Blue Engine Care System from Hengst is a comprehensive building block system for engine optimization designed for a variety of application areas: long life and reliable operation, reduced consumption and improved efficiency, longer service intervals, and compliance with emissions limits. The care system focuses on an oil maintenance system called Blue.jet (shown), Blue.maxx fuel maintenance system, Blue.care coolant maintenance system, and Blue.tron oil mist separator system. Hengst supplies the functions in various application-oriented models and sizes, available for both original equipment and retrofitting purposes. Industries and application areas in the on- and off-highway area that can benefit from the Blue Engine Care System include commercial vehicles, construction machinery, buses, rail vehicles, marine, intra-logistics, agritech, mining, military, stationary and industrial engines, and hydraulic equipment.

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