Havoline® ProDS Full Synthetic SAE 0W-16 Engine Oil (Coming 2019)

*Important Note: Product not available at Brewer-Hendley Oil Co. facilities until 2019

Havoline ProDS  Full Synthetic SAE OW-16 is the newest ultra-low viscosity motor oil to be added to Chevrons product line. This product is for modern gasoline and hybrid vehicles, with start-stop engines that are designed to operate on SAW 01-16 viscosity motor oil. Havoline ProDS Full Synthetic SAW OW-16 provides outstanding fuel economy, exceptionally fast lubrication at cold starts, and excellent deposit control and wear protection. Not to mention, Havoline ProDS Full Synthetic SAW OW-16 meets the requirements of API SN PLUS .

To access  Havoline ProDS Full Synthetic SAE OW-16 product data sheet click here 

Brewer-Hendley Oil Company provides the best in product, service, and quality. By offering our customers leading industry products, we ensure that our customers always stay ahead of the competition. Find out more about Havoline ProDS Full Synthetic SAW OW-16 by visiting www. BrewerHendley.com and contacting a sales rep today!

 

Anthony Kazagalis: STLE Certified Oil Monitoring Analyst I (OMA)

Brewer-Hendley Oil Co. would like to send a special congratulatory greeting to Anthony Kazaglis for achieving his Oil Monitoring Analyst  I (OMA) Certification, recognized by The Society of Tribologist and Lubrication Engineers.

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#MeetTheTeamMonday: Order Entry Clerk

Happy  #MeetTheTeamMonday! #MeetTheTeamMonday provides an inside scoop on the people who make Brewer-Hendley Oil Co. what it is today. We want to stay true to our value of family and showcase the incredible employees that make up our family tree. Every other Monday a different employee, in various departments, will feature items that speak to their personality and give context to who they are as individuals. Our goal is to better connect with customers by giving insight to the people who are dedicated to better serving you. Meet Shanice

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How Diabetes Hits Close to Home for BHOC Employee

On November 14, 2018, Brewer-Hendley staff wore blue to help raise awareness and to support those who have been affected by diabetes.

Did you know that according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that over 30 million people in the US have diabetes? Of that 30 million, 1 and 4 don’t know they have it.  

Diabetes mellitus describes a group of disorders that cause increased blood sugar (glucose) levels in the body. Glucose provides energy for your brain, muscles, and tissues. There are two types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2. Type 1 is generally detectable in adolescence and is diagnosed with those who do not produce insulin. Type 2 diabetes is diagnosed when an individual’s body does not respond to insulin well and in turn, stops making enough insulin.

Type 1 and type 2 diabetes is contactable both as an adult and in youth. The risk of developing type 1 diabetes is higher than all other severe chronic diseases during childhood. With the scope and effects of diabetes at large, there is still no known cure to either Type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

To bring awareness to this chronic disease, we sat down with Brewer-Hendley Oil Co. very own Megan Scott, Office Manager, to discuss why bringing awareness to diabetes is so important and how it has affected her day to day life. 

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#MeetTheTeamMonday: Inside Sales Representative

It’s another addition of our #MeetTheTeamMonday! #MeetTheTeamMonday provides an inside scoop on the people who make Brewer-Hendley Oil Company what it is today. We want to stay true to our value of family and showcase the incredible employees that make up our family tree. Every other Monday a different employee, in various departments, will feature items that speak to their personality and give context to who they are as individuals. Our goal is to better connect with customers by giving insight to the people who are dedicated to better serving you. Meet April 💁

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Havoline Synthetic Products, LSPI, and Explosions

Understanding Low-Speed Pre-Ignition (LSPI)

Efficiency is key to top engine performance, as new engines are being built to address fuel economy and emissions standards. To achieve efficiency and increased power, automakers began downsizing engines. Although efficiency was achieved, the performance of engines began to suffer. To offset the changes, automakers added turbochargers to the downsized engines to boost operating pressure. The reduction of engine size and the addition of turbochargers has led to the phenomenon of Low-Speed Pre-Ignition (LSPI). LSPI is an abnormal combustion event caused by higher in-cylinder pressures…while operating under low speed, high-torque conditions

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