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Dutylex Petro-Canada, Northern Sector Office opened in Kumasi.

Northern Sector Office opened in Kumasi. To the general public, please note that we have opened a new office in Kumasi to serve the Ashanti, Ahafo, Brong Ahafo, Bono East, OTI and 5 Northern regions of Ghana. Our office address is Dutylex Northern Sector Office below;Next to +2 Pub & RestaurantDr Osei Tuffuor BypassDanyameKumasi Kumasi...
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Dutylex PETROCANADA LUBRICANTS signed redistributorship agreement with Gartmas Limited.

Dutylex Company Limited is proud to officially announce that, it hassigned one of its first distributorship agreement with GARTMAS LIMITEDin the WESTERN REGION, This Partnership which is valued at over 1million Ghana cedis was signed today at 2:30pm at the Western Sectoroffice which will see Gartmas Solely distributing Petrocanada lubricantsin Western Region ie. Sekondi Takoradi...
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Invitation! Invitation!! Invitation!!!

Dutylex Company Limited has the pleasure of inviting you to The Sahara Happy Hour, Mining, Oil & Gas Networking Event.
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How to Choose the Right Engine Oil?

To choose the right lubricant for your vehicles, use the viscosity grade(s) recommended by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for the life of the engine and especially during the engine's warranty period.
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Can Engine Oils Replace Hydraulic Oils?

It is a common practice in the construction and mining industries to use engine oil SAE 10, SAE 20 or SAE 30 with the lowest API rating as a substitute for hydraulic oil ISO 32, ISO 46 or ISO 68, respectively for hydraulic systems of heavy equipment.
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OIL CATEGORIES

Most companies in Ghana are still supplied with obsolete engine oil because they either don't know what's current from API(American Petroleum Institute) or don't understand the rich benefits and cost savings in using current approved quality oil.
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