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In addition, a real-world case study is used to benchmark the performance of several automatic transmission fluids (ATFs) to determine if one ATF could be optimized for a specific region and severe application.
Their customers include oil lubes, auto dealerships, construction companies, gold mines, such as Fort Knox, and other types of businesses that use large quantifies of crankcase oil, hydraulic fluid or automatic transmission fluid.
The automatic transmission fluid in some of these vehicles may overheat under extreme driving conditions, which may cause the fluid to boil over, the company said.
Braking torque transmits by shearing automatic transmission fluid between multiple friction disks; heat is absorbed into the recirculating oil--not just the friction surfaces--to reduce wear.
We offer performance fuel additives and refinery chemicals, such as gasoline performance additives, diesel fuel additives, lubricity improvers, and cold flow improvers; driveline products, such as automotive gear oil and automatic transmission fluid additives; engine oil additives for passenger car engines, heavy duty diesel engines, and railroad and marine diesel engines; additives for industrial products, such as antiwear and R&O hydraulic oils, industrial gear oils, grease, and industrial specialty chemicals.
com)-- Clark Heintz Tools & Equipment LLC announces the Symtech Automatic Transmission Fluid Exchanger at a low price, which includes an adapter kit and free shipping.
The 3-0115 sealant is said to withstand in-line pressure leak testing in assembly operations and provides low oil foaming properties when in contact with automatic transmission fluids and engine oils, according to the manufacturer.
The ATF+4 Automatic Transmission Fluid formulation is exclusive to DaimlerChrysler and ATF+4(R) is a registered trademark of DaimlerChrysler Corporation.