Phillips 66 PowerTran Fluid

Phillips 66 PowerTran Fluid
Phillips 66 Lubricants

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Phillips 66 PowerTran Fluid J20C Farm Tractor Drivetrain Hydraulic Fluid

Phillips 66 Powertran Fluid is a multifunctional fluid specially formulated for use in farm tractors and other off-highway equipment requiring one lubricant for the transmission, final drive, wet brakes and hydraulic systems. It meets the performance requirements of all major brands of farm tractors and other farm equipment that utilize a common fluid reservoir. 

Phillips 66 PowerTrans Fluid provides the following benefits:

  • Excellent oxidation resistance and thermal stability
  • Excellent wear protection for clutches, gears and hydraulic pumps
  • Prevents brake chatter and grabbing
  • Protects against rust and corrosion
  • Excellent seal compatibility
  • Good foam resistance
  • Two viscosity grades for use in most climates

Phillips 66 PowerTran Fluid Application Recommendations:

  • AGCO Power Fluid 821XL, AGCO Power Fluid Q-1826, AGCO Power Fluid Q-1802 (Type 55 Fluid), AGCO Power Fluid Q-1766B, Case IH MS1210, Case IH MS1209, Case IH MS1207, Case IH MS1206, Caterpillar TO-2 (obsolete), Denison Hydraulics HF-0, Denison Hydraulics HF-1, Denison Hydraulics HF-2, Ford ESN-M2C134-D, Ford ESN-M2C86-C, Ford ESN-M2C86-B, Ford ESN-M2C41-B, Ford-New Holland FNHA-2-C-201.00, John Deere JDM J20C, John Deere J14C (Type 303 Fluid), Kubota UDT Fluid, Landini Tractor II Hydraulic Fluid, Massey Ferguson CMS M1145/M1143, Massey Ferguson CMS M1141, Massey Ferguson CMS M1135, Massey Ferguson CMS M1129A, Sundstrand Hydrostatic Transmission Fluid, Vickers (Eaton) M-2950-S, Vickers (Eaton) I-286-S, Volvo VME WB 101 (VCE 1273.03), ZF TE-ML 03Em, ZF TE-ML 05F, ZF TE-ML 17E, Meets API GL-4 performance requirements

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