Jul 27, 2023

New solutions give OEMs POWER4EVR in the development of EV technology

Petro-Canada Lubricants, an HF Sinclair brand, has launched a new line of purpose-built lubricant solutions for electric vehicles (EV) – Petro-Canada Lubricants EVR.

The launch of EVR lubricants enables Petro-Canada Lubricants to support original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to design optimal solutions to current EV challenges and drive innovation in the design of future high-performance EV technology. To help enable enhanced performance, protection and reliability for EVs, Petro-Canada Lubricants introduces the following new product brands - EVR Driveline, EVR Thermal Management and EVR Motor Greases.

EVR fluids and greases provide OEMs with improved material compatibility, efficient power transfer and improved equipment performance to enable the development of advanced driveline, axle and battery technologies for use across a range of sectors including automotive, heavy- and medium-duty transportation.

“The integration of EV technology into the transportation world is well underway, and our new EVR product line will further enable OEMs, commercial fleets and consumers to realize the promise of EV technology,” said Alex Buczek, global segment manager transportation at Petro-Canada Lubricants. “We reliably supply our partners today with solutions for EVs, based on our existing high-performance technologies. Our drive to continuously innovate has led us to launch EVR, our first brand of uniquely formulated fluids for EVs. We’re looking forward to supporting the development of technologies that drive the reliability and performance of EVs.”

Petro-Canada Lubricants is also a member of the Southwest Research Institute’s Advanced Fluids for Electric Vehicles (AFEV) Consortium, which is working to advance the automotive industry’s understanding of the unique stressors placed on EV and hybrid vehicle fluids to enable development and optimization of EV fluids and progress EV powertrain design.

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