Purely remarkable endurance
Conventional transmission fluids have performance additives blended in
friction modifiers, anti-wear agents, antioxidants, dispersants, detergents, rust/corrosion inhibitors, seal swell agents, anti-formants and more. But, because the
base fluid is petroleum, conventional fluids do not provide the thermal resistance of TranSynd. With extended use, petroleum-based fluids react to oxidation much faster and more detrimentally, overwhelming the effectiveness of the dispersants and detergents. The oil thickens and becomes more acidic. Mechanical stress leads to shear, resulting in permanent viscosity loss. Thinner oil means less lubrication. Sludge and varnish deposits erode shift quality and clutch durability, causing increased component wear.
TranSynd, on the other hand, is formulated from pure synthetic lubricants with inherent thermal and viscosity advantages. Performance additives are then tailored to the unique molecular structure and excellent antioxidant properties, resulting in a lubricant that is far more chemically and physically stable than other oils and virtually impervious to shear.
Nothing protects better
The fluid in an Allison Automatic is more than just a lubricant; its a critical
component of the transmission. It literally transmits energy between the engine and driveshaft, removes heat, lubricates, enhances seals, protects, and acts to maintain constant friction properties between friction plates and reaction plates. TranSynd fulfills all of these functions far better than conventional automatic transmission fluids.
By greatly extending drain intervals, TranSynd helps lower the costs for maintenance and downtime. You save on the cost of transmission fluid, replacement filters, the disposal and liability of used fluid. Most importantly, you benefit from reduced wear, better performance and longer service life from your Allison Automatic. Bottom line: the superior lubricating protection of TranSynd results in even greater productivity and lower operating expenses.
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