Eiffel Transfluid DXIII is an extra high-performance automatic transmission oil, formulated with high-quality hydrotreated base stocks, shear stable viscosity index improvers, and an advanced additive system to meet or exceed the latest requirements of Ford Mercon and General Motors for Dexron III specification. Suitable for passenger cars and commercial automatic transmissions, for use in applications like power steering systems, hydraulics, and some manual transmissions where automatic transmission fluid is specified.
  • Optimum frictional characteristics due to the presence of friction modifiers help in smooth and fuel-efficient gear shifting and torque transfer.
  • High shear stable viscosity index improvers resist easy breakdown under high shear conditions in transmissions, thus ensuring the oil film thickness to continue protecting the moving components.
  • Good compatibility with various seal materials found in the transmission system.
  • Excellent low-temperature pumpability and circulation, to ensure good cold-start performance.
  • Outstanding oxidation & thermal stability prevent acid formation, deposit build-up & oil thickening.
  • Outstanding wear protection due to the presence of EP additive helps in reducing wear and extending the life of transmission parts under all service conditions.
  • Suitable for use in automatic transmissions of car & light trucks and On-highway & Off-highway
  • Heavy duty automatic transmissions.
  • Suitable for power steering and certain manual transmissions where this type of fluids (Dexron or Mercon fluids) are specified.
  • Anti-wear Hydraulic applications in most of mobile, Industrial and Marine equipment.

Typical Characteristics

Transfluid ATF DEX III Test Method Units DX III
Color Visual Red
Density @ 15 0C ASTM D 4052 gm/cc 0.856
Viscosity @ 100 0C ASTM D 445 cSt 7.3
Viscosity @ 40 0C ASTM D 445 cSt 34.4
Viscosity Index ASTM D 2270 185
Pour Point ASTM D 97 °C -45
Brookfield viscosity @40C ASTM D 2983 16760
Flash Point (COC) ASTM D 92 °C 215

The above figures are typical of blends with normal production tolerance and do not constitute a specification.



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