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FILM GP 2278025 - Caterpillar

2278025 FILM GP Caterpillar parts FILM
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Lubricant Information
Certain abbreviations follow S.A.E. J754 nomenclature and some classifications follow S.A.E. J183 abbreviations. SPC is a Caterpillar designation for special synthetic oils, that do not contain viscosity improvers. The MIL specifications are U.S.A. Military Specifications. The definitions other than Caterpillar's will be of assistance in purchasing lubricants. The recommended oil viscosities can be found in the "Lubricant Viscosities" chart in this publication.Engine Oils
Caterpillar has two oil formulations to provide maximum performance and life in your engine.Engine Oil (EO)
* Cat Engine Oil (EO)If an oil other than EO is to be used, use the following guideline:* API specifications CE, CE/SF, or CE/SGCAT Engine Oil (EO) is a lubricant meeting the industry standards for both gasoline and diesel requirements. This oil has 10 TBN and a 1.2% sulfated ash level.Oil with these specifications may require shortened oil change periods as determined by close monitoring of oil condition with Scheduled Oil Sampling (S O S) and infrared analysis.Diesel Engine Oil (DEO)
* Cat Diesel Engine Oil (DEO)Cat Diesel Engine Oil is specially formulated for Caterpillar Diesel Engines, to reduce piston and ring deposits and thus provide longer engine life and stable oil control.If an oil other than DEO is to be used, use the following guideline:* API specifications CD/SD, CD/SE, CD/SF, CD/SG or CD* European specification CCMC D4 or D5* Military specifications MIL-L-2104E or MIL-L-2104DCAT Diesel Engine Oil (DEO) is blended with a diesel engine type additive with 14 TBN (Total Base Number) and 1.8% sulfated ash level. The percentage of sulfur in the fuel will affect the engine oil recommendations. For fuel sulfur effects, the Infrared Analysis and the ASTM D2896 procedure can be used to evaluate the residual neutralization properties of an engine oil. The sulfur products formation depends on the fuel sulfur content, oil formulation, crankcase blowby, engine operating conditions and ambient temperature.The Caterpillar 20 times rule for TBN versus fuel sulfur is a general requirement, but it can be modified by used oil analysis. The effectiveness of an oil formulation will depend on the additive package. A balanced additive package oil of a lower TBN can be as effective in fuel sulfur neutralization and overall performance as some oils with higher TBN values which have additives just for increased TBN. The used oil analysis can show these results.For more information on oil and fuel sulfur content, refer to "Oil and Your Engine," form SEBD0640 and "EMA Lubricating Oils Data Book," form SEBU6310.
Failure to follow these recommendations can cause shortened engine life due to carbon deposits or excessive wear.
Always consult with your Caterpillar dealer for the latest lubrication recommendations.Transmission/Final Drive Oil (TDTO)
This oil is formulated for transmissions and drive trains only and should not be used in engines. Shortened engine life will result.
Maximum transmission/final drive, power take off, and front idler hub components life and performance can be achieved by using Caterpillar's:* CAT Transmission/Drive Train Oil (TDTO)
Failure to follow this recommendation can cause shortened transmission/drive train life due to material incapability and inadequate frictional requirements for disk material.

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