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Textran® TDH Premium

Textran® TDH Premium

Textran® TDH Premium is a high performance Universal Tractor Transmission Oil (UTTO), formulated for use in the transmission and hydraulic systems, final drives and wet brakes of tractors and other off-road equipment. Textran TDH Premium is formulated with mineral base stocks and a robust additive package, designed to offer improved equipment performance.

Customer Benefits
  • Advanced anti-wear performance protects vulnerable components against scuffing and wear, reducing maintenance time
  • Special friction modifiers provide smooth wet brake and power take-off operation and minimise chatter, stick-slip and squawk
  • Excellent low temperature fluidity means fast circulation at start-up, and rapid equipment protection
  • Advanced anti-wear performance
  • Minimises chatter, stick-slip and squawk
  • Excellent start-up fluidity
  • Textran TDH Premium is a multi-functional fluid, suitable for use in transmissions, final drives, power take-off clutches, hydraulics and wet brake systems of farm and industrial wheel and crawler tractors, construction and other off-road equipment. The multi-purpose capability is particularly useful in equipment models employing a common fluid reservoir
  • Textran TDH Premium is designed to meet the demanding shear stability and wet brake performance incorporated into latest specifications from constructors such as Massey Ferguson (GIMA) and Volvo Construction Equipment
  • In the past, Allison Transmission approved UTTO products for C4 applications. However in February 2001, all Allison C4 approvals for UTTO-type products were cancelled. Allison Transmission’s current preferred fluid type for off-road transmissions is an engine oil, such as Delo 400 Multigrade SAE 15W-40

Always confirm that the product selected is consistent with the original equipment manufacturer’s recommendation for the equipment operating conditions and customer’s maintenance practices.

For full product description see the PDS