What kind of oil do wheel loaders need?
The oil types frequently used by loaders mainly include engine oil, engine diesel oil, torque converter/gearbox oil (hydraulic transmission oil), drive axle oil, hydraulic oil used in hydraulic systems, and grease used in hinge pins.. The correct selection and use of these oils is essential to maintain the normal operation of each system, reduce wear, so as to extend the service life of the machine.
Inject lithium-based grease or calcium-based grease on all pins of the entire machine. Add hydraulic transmission oil to the gearbox. Add oil to the engine. Add gear oil to the front and rear axles. The brake pump adds synthetic brake oil. The gearbox should be replaced according to the oil quality. Generally, it is replaced every quarter. The pin of the working device is injected once every eight hours. If the air filter environment is not dirty, it can be blown once a month. Change the axle oil once a year.