Eiffel Transfluid UTTO series are extra high performance multipurpose tractor lubricants formulated from highly refined base stocks and advanced technology additive system, to meet or exceed transmission and hydraulic fluid requirements. These oils are engineered to deliver the varied lubricant performance properties required in severe duty applications of agricultural and construction equipment drive trains. Moreover it is particularly well suited for reducing wet brake and Power Take-Off (PTO) chatter.Features & Benefits
- Excellent thermal & oxidation stability protects against deposit formation and oil thickening, thus maintains the life and performance of lubricant, seal and transmission.
- Strong anti-wear & extreme pressure properties, protects both hydraulic and gear components.
- Suitability for wide range of equipment simplifies the inventory.
- Improved filterability of oil keeps the system clean and operating smoothly.
- Heavy-duty transmissions, differentials, final drives, hydraulic systems, power steering systems, wet brakes, PTOs and hydrostatic drives.
- Off-highway industries including agriculture, construction, and quarrying.
- Applications requiring API GL-4 or SAE 80W grade lubricants in gear applications, except hypoid gears.
Eiffel Transfluid UTTO series meets or exceeds following International and Builder specifications:
- API GL-4, CF-4
- Allison C-4
- John Deere J20C
- Denison HF-0, HF-1, HF-2 (T5D & P46 pumps)
- Vickers 35VQ25
- Volvo WB-101
- Caterpillar TO-2
- JI Case MS 1204-07/09
- New Holland NH 410B
|Eiffel Transfluid UTTO||Test Method||Units||10W30||15W-40||20W-40|
|Density @ 15 0C||ASTM D 4052||gm/cc||0.870||0.875||0.888|
|Viscosity @ 40 0C||ASTM D 445||cSt||59||103||107|
|Viscosity @100 0C||ASTM D 445||cSt||9.6||14.30||14.30|
|Viscosity Index||ASTM D 2270||-||146||142||136|
|Pour Point||ASTM D 97||°C||-36||-36||-36|
|Flash Point (COC)||ASTM D 92||°C||212||225||230|
|CCS Viscosity||ASTM D 5293||cP||5550 @ -25 °C||6000 @ -20 °C||6020 @ -15 °C|
|Zinc||ASTM D 4951||%wt||0.12 (Min) – 0.19 (max)||0.12 (Min) – 0.19 (max)||0.12 (Min) – 0.19 (max)|
The above figures are typical of blends with normal production tolerance and do not constitute a specification.