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Post  Admin on Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:26 am


In Japan, the share of automobiles equipped with continuously variable transmissions (CVTs) has reached five percent of all automatic transmission vehicles, and that share is continuing to increase. Where automatic transmissions use fluid torque converters, CVTs use metal belts and pulleys to transmit the engine's power. Thanks to their outstanding power transmission ratios and better fuel-economy performance than regular automatic transmissions, many car makers have been adopting CVTs in more and more models. Blended from high-performance base oils and carefully selected additives, including friction modifiers, detergent-dispersants, oxidation inhibitors, viscosity index improvers, corrosion inhibitors, and defoaming agents, ENEOS CVT Fluid is a well-balanced fluid specially designed for automobiles with metal-belt CVTs.

Excellent Metal Friction Characteristics
CVTs use metal belts and pulleys in place of the torque converters used in regular automatic transmissions, and it is the friction between those belts and pulleys that conveys the power. Because ENEOS CVT Fluid is made from a well-balanced blend of metallic detergents, ashless dispersants, extreme-pressure agents, friction modifiers, and other additives, it prevents wear at the metal-metal contact points on the belts and pulleys.
Compatible with All Types of Automobiles with Metal-Belt CVTs
CVT fluids require good torque transfer capacity between metal components as well as good antishudder performance, but improving the antishudder performance usually requires a sacrifice in the metal-metal torque transfer. Now Nippon Oil has developed new technology for providing a high level of both torque transfer and antishudder. ENEOS CVT Fluid performs superbly in both areas in the metal-belt CVT vehicles made by all manufacturers.
Top-Class Transmission Fluid Performance
The well-balanced blend of high-performance base oils and carefully selected additives used in ENEOS CVT Fluid ensure superior performance in every area required of transmission fluid, including low-temperature flow properties, oxidation stability, antiwear, shear stability, material compatibility, and foaming prevention.


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