TDTO 10w Caterpillar Oil
£58.80 – £362.40
10w Caterpillar Oil (Allfleet) is a Transmission/Drive Train Oil (TDTO). Most popularly used in Caterpillar models.
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10w Caterpillar Oil (Allfleet) is a Transmission/Drive Train Oil
Most popularly used in Caterpillar’s. This product is a high performance off-highway transmission oil. Allfeet 10w is a heavy duty transmission and final drive lubricant. Rye Oil Ltd have designed it to offer trouble free operation and consequently maximum reliability in modern transmissions, final drives, oil immersed brakes and hydraulic systems fitted to heavy-duty off-highway equipment. These oil offers a wide ranging protection for critical components. Our product contains viscosity index improvers and thickeners therefore offering excellent protection to heavily loaded components. Because of this we can boast an excellent frictional performance which results in minimal clutch slippage, smooth and quiet brake operation and trouble free transmission operation.
TDTO 10w Caterpillar Oil Spec:
CAT – TO-2
You shouldn’t confuse TDTO with STOU (super universal tractor oil), UTTO (universal tractor transmission oil) or UTO (universal tractor oil). Let me explain the difference.
Firstly UTO – Universal Tractor Oil is a first generation multigrade universal oil. Used in engine, hydraulics, transmission and axles. This oil is used for tractors and plant made between 1960’s- 1970’s. Designed to be one oil for everything, making it easy for users.
STOU or SUTO – Super Universal Tractor Oil. The second generation multigrade universal oil. The reason for the different acronyms is because it was originally a French product. When the words were translated they weren’t rearranged to be read in English. This oil is used in engines, hydraulics transmissions, axles in addition to oil immersed wet brakes. Continuing the one oil for everything theme. Used in tractors and plant for machines made post 1970 and still used today in tractors out of warranty.
UTTO – Universal Tractor Transmission Oil. We have entered the age of clean running, low emissions, ad blue, low saps and low ash technology. This has caused the transmission oil and engine oil to separate. Modern day transmission oils can’t meet the specification required in modern engine oils. You can use UTTO in the transmissions of modern day tractors and plant. This oil boasts long drain and high work hour oil change intervals.