Petro-Canada DURATRAN & PRODURO are heavy duty transmission/hydraulic fluid designed for farm tractors, agricultural machinery, off-highway mining, and forestry and construction equipment, with a common oil system for transmission, differential, final drives, hydraulics, and wet brake and power steering mechanisms.
- Superior Wear Protection
- Superior Frictional Properties
- Exceptional Performance at High and Low Temperatures
- Longer Oil Life
- High Viscosity Index
- Extended Component Life
- Extended Drain Intervals
- Excellent Protection from Foaming
PRODURO™ FD-1 Synthetic & PRODURO™ FD-1 60 are a Caterpillar FD-1 type lubricant that provides improved gear and bearing life in final drives and axles. Oils meeting the FD-1 specification are preferred by Caterpillar in final drives and axles that do not contain friction material and that historically specified TO-4 oils.
PRODURO™ TO-4Synthetic All Season and XL Synthetic Blend Lo Temp is intended for use in Caterpillar off highway vehicles and any mobile equipment where conventional motor oils are accepted in hydraulics, transmissions, gears and wet brake applications. It is formulated to meet the Caterpillar TO-4 specification, Allison C-4 fluid requirements (obsolete), API Gear Lubricant Service GL-3 for manual transmissions and spiral bevel gears (inactive), API Category CD (obsolete) For diesel engine oils, Komatsu’s KES 07.868.1, ZF transmission oil specification TE-ML 03C (Syn All Season Only) and KOMATSU micro-clutch usage.
PRODURO TO-4 Synthetic All Season and XL Synthetic Blend Lo Temp transmission/drive train oils are recommended for the following Caterpillar or Komatsu vehicle systems:
- Power shift and Hydrostatic Transmissions
- Differentials and Final Drives
- Wet Brake Mechanisms
Petro-Canada DURATRAN , DURATRAN XL Synthetic Blendand DURATRAN Synthetic are recommended for use in agriculture, mining, forestry and construction equipment that use acommon oil system for the transmission, final drive, hydraulic, power take-off, wet brake and power steering mechanisms.