Transmission Oil Dipsticks
Does your OEM application need transmission oil dipsticks designed for accuracy?
Orscheln Products L.L.C. is proud to design and manufacture Fluid Level Indicators, or better known as Dipstick Assemblies, to the motion control systems industry. Orscheln Products L.L.C. supplies our leading Twist2Lock Fluid Level Indicator (FLI) product line which is ideally suited for a wide range of engines, transmissions, and other applications. Our designs are built for accuracy for any transmission oil dipsticks.
What is included in a dipstick assembly for transmission oil dipsticks?
A complete assembly includes a tube, locking cap and indicator as required. Orscheln’s dipsticks include a patented locking cap and an assembly process which offers a more accurate measurement of your fluid level, leading to greater powertrain efficiency and performance. Fluid Level Indicators are manufactured as a complete system. Orscheln’s also designs and produces a lighter duty product called Push2Seal™.
Transmission oil dipsticks for heavy-duty trucks.
Our transmission oil dipsticks for heavy-duty trucks from Orscheln Products L.L.C. are available in various tube materials and configurations, which helps them to handle the wide range of temperatures in many different engine environments.
Orscheln Products L.L.C. has decades of experience in the heavy-duty vehicle industry. A global leader in the design and manufacturing of motion control products and services, Orscheln’s has become well-known for providing quality products for OEMs across the globe.
- Delivery Vehicles
- Diesel engines
- Gasoline engines
- Natural Gas Engines
Orscheln Products L.L.C. market segments include On-Highway, Off-Highway, Aerospace, Defense, Marine and specialty markets.
Global Manufacturer for Fluid Level Indicators.
Orscheln Products L.L.C. is considered a global leader in the design and manufacturing of motion control products and systems for the heavy-duty vehicle marketplace. Orscheln’s line of fluid level indicators are designed to be used for a wide range of vehicles, and the F1, F2, F3 and F4 designs offer OEMs and aftermarket customers options in fluid check, check/fill, or fill.