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6602 US Forest Service

Lubrication Engineers of Canada Limited
2200 Bristol Circle, Oakville, Ontario, L6H 5R3
1-800-GO-LUBES (465-8237)
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CUSTOMER PROFILE The U S Forest Service operates the nation's numerous forest and wilderness areas. One of their locations is serviced by LE Representative Tom Winger. APPLICATION Among the various functions it performs, the U. S. Forest Service maintains road and logging operations within their jurisdiction. AREA OF INTEREST To maintain the many miles of roads within national parks and wilderness areas, the U. S. Forest Service operates and maintains a variety of heavy equipment vital to their requirements. Use of this heavy equipment in foresVwilderness areas can offer an environmental challenge to protect the area and keep it as natural as possible. LE SOLUTION Having already sold the U. S. Forest Service other LE products, LE Representative Tom Winger introduced them to LE's 6602 LOW TOX Hydraulic Oil. LE's 6602 offers superior performance in lubrication, with long oil life and excellent wear protection. There is no worry of premature oxidation or failure of the lubricant as there is with most vegetable oil based products. Low Tox Hydraulic Oils are based on USP quality white mineral oils and specially selected additives to provide a low toxicity product with good biodegradability that does not sacrifice lubrication performance or necessitate shortening of lubricant change intervals. CUSTOMER COST SAVINGS The u. S. Forest Service is interested, not only in cost savings, but "environment-saving" is a key issue. LOW TOX products help to protect the environment, by reducing oil leaks, and also protects the equipment. LE's 6602 LOW TOX Hyraulic Oil has been in use by the U. S. Forest Service for three months. Initial reports are just now being evaluated due to a heavy fire season in the Northwest. OTHER PRODUCTS USED LE's 607 ALMASOL Vari-Purpose Gear Lubricant and LE's 1275 ALMAPLEX Industrial Lubricant.








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