For decades, Allison Transmission has designed, engineered and manufactured automatic transmissions for the energy sector. In oil and gas fields all over the world, Allison fully automatic transmissions (“Allison Automatics”) are working to make drilling, fracturing, hoisting and pumping easier and more productive. Allison Automatics are rugged and built for withstanding the harshest conditions. From Continuous Power TechnologyTM to the ability to easily integrate with specialized equipment, Allison transmissions drive productivity while offering the benefit of precise operation.
The Allison Transmission 9000 Series is designed for extreme operating conditions in highly demanding applications up to 1,939 kW (2,600 hp). These applications include oil pumping, fracking, cranes & winches as well as specialized off-highway trucks.
Allison 9000 Series transmissions have up to 8 forward speeds plus a maximum of two reverse speeds. The Allison 9000 features an optional hydraulic retarder, two Power Take-Off (PTO) provisions and an optional provision for customer- supplied parking brakes.
For high demand energy and mining applications the Allison 9000 Series is the ultimate for applications up to 1,939 kW (2,600 hp).
Allison Transmission’s 8000 Series is designed to match the most severe operating conditions and is used in vehicles that require up to 895 kW (1,200 hp) engines such as oil field pumping, fracturing, off-highway trucks and winch units used on derricks and cranes. With up to six available forward speeds and one reverse speed, as well as an optional hydraulic retarder and two Power Take-Off (PTO) provisions, the 8000 Series provides superior durability, productivity and safety.
The Allison 5000 Series is designed for applications ranging from 373 kW to 500kW.
A wide range of stationary and mobile applications for the Allison 5000 Series include: Winch, Oil Field Equipment, Dump Trucks, Tractor and Cranes.
The Allison 5000 Series features up to 6 forward speeds and two reverse. Transmissions are provisioned for Power Take-Off (PTO) and optional hydraulic retarder. Transmission control system options include Automatic, Manual Electric and Manual Hydraulic.