Coordinating European Council for the Development of Performance Tests for Transportation Fuels, Lubricants and Other Fluids (CEC)
Conseil européen de coordination pour le développement des essais de performance des combustibles, lubrifiants et autres fluides utilisés dans les transports
1963-11-05 Turin Italy
5 Nov 1963, Turin (Italy), as Coordinating European Council for the Development of Performance Tests for Lubricants and Engine Fuels -- Conseil européen de coordination pour le développement des essais de performance des lubrifiants et des combustibles pour moteurs. Articles and Guidelines adopted Jul 2001; most recent Articles and Guidelines adopted 2013. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Promote a joint industry approach to developing test methods and procedures for performance evaluation of fuels, lubricants and other fluids used in combustion engines and transport equipment.
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