Specifications for Shell Transmission Fluid

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Specifications for Shell Transmission Fluid
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Shell is an international corporation that manufactures a comprehensive line-up of fuels, motor oils and lubricants. In the United States, Shell distributes multiple types of transmission fluid under the Shell brand. These products include Shell ATF 134, Shell ATF 3353, Shell Donax TA, Shell Donax TM and Shell Donax TX.

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Shell ATF 134

Shell ATF 134 is designed for automatic transmissions and is composed of a synthetic fluid. Shell ATF 134 is suitable for Mercedes five- and seven-speed automatic transmissions. The viscosity CST level at 40 degrees Celsius is 29. The viscosity CST at 100 degrees Celsius is 6.2. The flash point is 202. The pour point is -51.

Shell ATF 3353

Shell ATF 3353 is an automatic transmission fluid created using synthetic materials and performance additives. The viscosity CST level at 40 degrees Celsius is 29. The viscosity CST at 100 degrees Celsius is 6.3. The flash point is 210. The pour point is -54.

Shell Donax TA

Shell Donax TA is an automatic transmission fluid used for industrial and off-highway vehicle engines and can be used in hydrostatic transmissions. Shell Donax viscosity CST at 100 degrees Celsius is rated at 5.9. The viscosity index is 112. The flash point is 186. The pour point is -45.

Shell Donax TM

Shell Donax TM is an automatic transmission fluid constructed for engines with power steering. The viscosity CST level at 40 degrees Celsius is 40. The viscosity CST level at 100 degrees Celsius is 7.5. The viscosity index is 157. The flash point is 170. The pour point is -42.

Shell Donax TX

Shell Donax TX is an automatic transmission fluid designed for engines equipped with power steering and select vehicles equipped with manual transmissions. Shell Donax TX is a synthetic transmission fluid. The viscosity CST level at 40 degrees Celsius is 33.7. The viscosity CST at 100 degrees Celsius is 7.3. The viscosity index is 185.

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