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Caterpillar 1C3818 TEST RECORD

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Arctic Platinum (CPG)
Caterpillar Arctic Platinum is a super-premium extreme pressure lubricating grease developed for lubrication in below zero temperatures to moderate operating temperatures. Arctic Platinum is available in grades 000, 00, 0, 1, and 2 to ensure flow in central lube systems in a variety of ambient temperatures from -0 to 18°C (-76 to 65°F). Caterpillar Arctic Platinum has a high drop point and contains five percent molybdenum disulfide for protection against extra heavy loads. Arctic Platinum provides excellent protection against corrosion and against oxidation. Caterpillar Arctic Platinum is an environmentally friendly grease which does not contain antimony, sulfur, barium, zinc, or phosphorous.Caterpillar Arctic Platinum is designed for long life lubrication of horizontal pivot and lower link bearings, of steering cylinders, of kingbolt bearings, of upper hitch link bearings, and of ejector carrier roller bearings. This grease is extra tacky for retention on excavator carbody bearings. Caterpillar Arctic Platinum has additional extreme pressure protection for highly loaded pin joints.Specialty Lubricants
Cold Weather Lubricants
Before attempting to start the engine, make sure that the oil in the engine, oil in the transmission and the oil in the hydraulic system are fluid enough to flow. Check the oil by removing the dipsticks. If the oil will drip from the dipstick, then the oil is fluid enough to start the engine. Do not use kerosene dilution. Kerosene will evaporate in the engine. This will cause the oil to thicken. Kerosene will cause swelling and softening of the silicone seals. If equipped with a gasoline starting engine (on and earlier machine), make sure that the oil is fluid enough to flow.If the viscosity of the oil is changed for colder weather, also change the filter element. If the filter is not changed, the filter element and the filter housing can become a solid mass. Drain all hydraulic cylinders and lines. After you change the oil, operate the equipment in order to circulate the thinner oilWhen you start an engine in ambient temperatures below -20°C (-4°F) or when you operate a machine in ambient temperatures below -20°C (-4°F), use base oils that can flow in low temperatures. These oils have viscosity grades of SAE 0W or of SAE 5W.When you start a machine in ambient temperatures below -30°C (-22°F), or when you operate a machine in ambient temperatures below -30°C (-22°F), use a synthetic base stock multigrade oil with a 0W viscosity grade or with a 5W viscosity grade. Use an oil with a pour point that is lower than -50°C (-58°F).Because the number of acceptable lubricants is limited in arctic conditions, Caterpillar has special recommendations for arctic conditions. Caterpillar recommends the following lubricants for use in Arctic conditions: (The lubricants are listed by preference.)Engine Oils
First choice: API licensed CG-4 oils with a SAE 0W20, 0W30, 5W30, or 5W40 viscosity grade or API licensed CF-4 oils with a SAE 0W20, 0W30, 5W30, or 5W40 viscosity grade.Second ChoiceL Oils containing a CG-4 or CF-4 additive package in an SAE 0W20, SAE 0W30, SAE 5W30, or SAE


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