RENTON, Wash. — TRP has expanded its product offerings to include a full line of lubricants for all makes of trucks and buses.
The products are designed to enable owner/operators, fleet managers, and equipment maintenance managers to further extend the longevity of their vehicles, according to TRP.
TRP Engine Oil, TRP Synthetic Transmission Oil, and TRP Synthetic Gear Oil are the newest additions to the TRP global catalog of more than 110,000 parts.
“Providing industry professionals with products they can depend on, TRP products are designed and tested to exceed the rigors of the road,” said Mark Santschi, product marketing manager at PACCAR Parts. “This new competitively priced line of premium-grade products rounds out the existing fluids portfolio along with our existing successful North American TRP Coolant product line.”
The products in the TRP Lubricant Program protect axle components, transmissions, and engines for longer life and smoother operation across a wide range of operating conditions, according to TRP.
Here are details on the lubricant line:
TRP Engine Oil (SAE 15W-40 and SAE 10W-30)
Protects today’s four-stroke diesel and gasoline engines as well as older engine models. Designed to combat the sludge, varnish, and ash deposits that can occur at high operating temperatures. Also protects against oxidation, corrosion, and rust and provides diesel particulate filter protection.
TRP Synthetic Transmission Oil (SAE 50 Synthetic)
For all-climate, year-round protection of heavy-duty manual transmissions. Recommended for a broad range of heavy-duty truck transmissions, including Eaton and Meritor. Has a high viscosity index and low pour point for easy shifting in low temperatures. Protects against gear wear and copper corrosion while providing thermal and oxidation stability.
TRP Synthetic Gear Oil (SAE 75W-90 Synthetic)
Recommended as a rear axle and differential oil in over-the-road and off-road vehicles. A multi-grade gear lubricant that is designed for the extreme pressure of heavy-duty applications. Reduces operating temperatures when compared to conventional gear lubricants.
For more information on the TRP Lubricant Program, click here.
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