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An Overview Of Komatsu, Allison, And Caterpillar Transmissions

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By : Christine OKelly    99 or more times read
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Businesses and organizations in many different industries consider original and rebuilt Caterpillar transmissions to be the best when it comes to heavy-duty parts. They aren't the only manufacturer, however. These equipment components are integrated with other power and drive train parts to give large equipment the power and precision needed to get even the biggest jobs done.

While industries such as mining and construction are the first that come to mind when looking at these precision parts, others rely on the products Allison, Komatsu, and Caterpillar produce. The quality of their products is pivotal to the success of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Here is a quick look at some of the power train parts these three big names produce, their innovations, and benefits.

Equipment From Komatsu

Their transmissions make Komatsu transmissions famous in big industries such as mining equipment. The innovative oil immersing bearing heating systems make these power trains long lasting and highly effective. The WA500-3 wheel loader they produce changes its gear ration automatically to keep strain off the rest of the parts in the vehicle while optimizing its fuel efficiency. The clutch pressure is also automated to eliminate hesitations and jerk in the gearshift. The D155AX-5 crawler dozer is designed to maximize the product of the entire machine by giving this machine a total of six gears - three forward and three reverse.

Original And Rebuilt Caterpillar Transmissions

Construction, mining, agriculture, forestry, and many other industries use a Caterpillar transmission to haul, lift, push, and work. The OEMs and other businesses in need of heavy-duty equipment use these power train parts because they are designed to last while hosting a range of options that increase the usability and efficiency for a range of specific applications. Regardless of whether it the premier manufacture or a rebuilt, Caterpillar transmissions offer gearing specifically designed to maximize the potential of every use and industry.

The CX35, CX31, and CX28 are just three of the several different forms that original and rebuilt Caterpillar transmissions come in. Flexibility in several areas including gearing is added to their fully automatic systems to blend with a mix of drive systems. Handling and speed are increased significantly as a result. This manufacturer also offers a variety of torque converters to heighten the fuel economy and efficiency of heavy-duty equipment.

Allison Power Train Parts

Allison adds electronic options, features, bodies, and drivelines to their power train parts. This puts the optimum efficiency, precision, and productivity in their power train parts on top of their extended life span. In all, Allison has more than 40 years experience in designing and manufacturing automatic gearing.

Allison is perhaps best known for its 1000 series. This product line has 610-780NM torque range. When this is added to a horsepower range of 149-224 it is pure, precise muscle. These are found in equipment such as large passenger busses and garbage trucks. Their 4000 series product line has both a wide and narrow gearing ratio to match up in a wide range of equipment. Their unique design gives heavy-duty equipment full maneuverability despite the increase in power. This series also gives OEMs and individuals the choice of having an integrated output retarder to increase its breaking ability. Allison premiered its new hybrid models designed specifically for passenger buses in 2003. There are now 2 700 of them in use in public transit systems throughout the world.

These power train part manufacturers have all become leaders by building quality parts that last. If they do stop working properly, Allison, Komatsu, and rebuilt Caterpillar transmissions are available that have been remanufactured and undergone failure testing and quality control procedures to ensure they are as high in quality as the original version. Regardless of whether they are new or rebuilt, these top of the line manufacturers have achieved long life, efficiency, and precision with their unique and effective designs.
Author Resource:- Christine O'Kelly writes for Caterpillar transmission specialists Dealers Transmission Exchange (DTE). They have provided rebuilt Caterpillar transmissions and transmissions from other manufacturers for more than 30 years.
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