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#29434 - 06/04/03 04:38 AM Ever hear of TRC/ Texas Refinery Co?
A. Guy Offline


Registered: 05/17/03
Posts: 51
Loc: Kansas
I hired a guy today (construction) that came from Texas. We somehow got on the subject of oil and gas. He told me he used to work at TRC, which he said stood for Texas Refinery Corporation.

He said he was a mixer for some product, commercial fix-a-flat basically. What was funny though, is he said they used to sell racing oil under the TRC brand in the 70s and 80s, that they were a big name in racing. I don't remember ever hearing of them. He said that they would get 100 gallon drums of Pennzoil and it was put straight from the drums into TRC quart bottles and cans.

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#29435 - 06/04/03 05:43 AM Re: Ever hear of TRC/ Texas Refinery Co?
tenderloin Offline


Registered: 12/16/02
Posts: 6043
Loc: Huntington Beach, CA
Here you go [Cheers!]

http://www.texasrefinery.com/index.htm

PRO-SPEC MULTI-VISCOSITY MOTOR OIL 5W/20
Meets and/or exceeds Ford WSS-M2C153-H, Honda and Mazda Service Fill, API SC, SD, SE, SF, SG, SH, SJ and SL. Energy Conserving ILSAC GF-3.

ASTM TEST METHOD TEST 5W/20

Product Code #6707

Pounds per U.S. gallon at 60F 7.15

Pounds per Imperial gallon at 60F 8.59
D1298 Specific Gravity at 60F 0.8588
D287 API Gravity at 60F 33.3
D445 Viscosity at 100F SUS 242.5
D445 Viscosity at 210F, SUS 54.8
D5293 Cold Cranking Simulator at -13F 2,720
D5293 Cold Cranking Simulator at -22F 5,719
D5293 Cold Cranking Simulator at -31F 12,486
D4684 MRV-TP1 at -31F, cP 43,000
D4683 High Temperature High Shear Viscosity, cP 2.57
D97 Pour Point, 0F -33
D92 Flash Point, 0F 428
D4629 Nitrogen, % Weight 0.095
D874 Sulfated Ash, % Weight 0.86

[ June 04, 2003, 08:48 PM: Message edited by: tenderloin ]

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