Delo TorqForce SAE 30

SKU: 04135 Categories: , Brand: Delo
  • Available packages:
  • Barrel 208L
  • Container 1000L
  • Can 20L

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Delo TorqForce products are proven performance heavy-duty transmission and drive train fluids formulated for use in transmissions, final drives, and hydraulic systems in Allison, Caterpillar, Dana Powershift, Komatsu, Komatsu Dresser, Tremec/TTC, Vickers and ZF equipment.

  • ZF TE-ML 03C
  • ZF TE-ML 07F
  • Allison C-4
  • Caterpillar TO-4
  • Komatsu KES 07.868.1
  • Komatsu Dresser
  • Delo TorqForce products are proven performance lubricants designed for use in transmissions, final drives, and hydraulic systems requiring a fluid meeting Caterpillar TO-4 or Allison C-4 requirements. They are also recommended for transmission and hydraulic systems manufactured by Dana Powershift, Komatsu, Komatsu Dresser, Tremec/TTC, Vickers and ZF
  • In order to meet Caterpillar specifications, Delo TorqForce products are not friction modified. Therefore, they are not recommended for equipment made by other OEMs who require friction modified fluids in order to assure smooth and quiet brake operation. For these applications, use 1000 THF or Super Universal Tractor Oil Extra 10W-30. (Note too that the reverse is also true – friction-modified fluids like these should not be used in Caterpillar TO-4 applications)
  • Delo TorqForce SAE 10W may also be used as a substitute for Cat HYDO 10W in hydraulic system applications
  • Proven additive package helps protect metal surfaces against scuffing and wear under severe high temperature, high load conditions
  • Reliable frictional control helps prevent clutch slippage and offers quiet, efficient transmission and brake operation while reducing wear
  • High quality base stock formulation is designed to provide robust oxidation protection at high operating temperatures and help extend oil service life
  • Formulated to keep metal parts clean and free from varnish and sludge deposits that can cause premature breakdown