ROWE Academy Training: Understanding ACEA and API specifications, OEM requirements

The ROWE Academy is set to host its next training webinar on Tuesday, May 28, focusing on ACEA and API specifications, as well as OEM requirements for oils and fluids. The session, which will take place from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. EDT, aims to provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the industry's standards and requirements.

The ROWE Academy is set to host its next training webinar on Tuesday, May 28, focusing on ACEA and API specifications, as well as OEM requirements for oils and fluids. The session, which will take place from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. EDT, aims to provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the industry’s standards and requirements.

Register for the training event here.

The webinar is part of the ROWE Academy’s Module 2 training program, which is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the lubricant industry. To attend the webinar, participants are required to pre-register with their name and email address. Upon registration, an event will be added to their calendar, ensuring they don’t miss this valuable training opportunity.

Among the topics to be covered are:

  • Who is ACEA?
  • ACEA specifications for light-duty vehicles
  • ACEA specifications for heavy-duty vehicles
  • Engine Tests (Examples)
  • Who is API?
  • API engine oil specifications
  • ACEA and API as basis for OEM specifications
  • OEM specifications (selection)
  • ROWE Oil finder

The ROWE Academy is committed to providing high-quality training programs that cater to the needs of industry professionals.

Register for the training event here.


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