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Food Grade Hydraulic Oil, 55 Gal

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  • Item # 21A553
  • Mfr. Model # 87146
  • UNSPSC # 15121504
  • Catalog Page # N/A
  • Shipping Weight 450.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USA Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • Item Hydraulic Oil
  • Base Synthetic Oil
  • Size 55 gal.
  • Container Type Drum
  • SAE Grade Not Specified
  • ISO Viscosity Grade 68
  • Viscosity Index 194
  • Temp. Range 0 Degrees to 250 Degrees F
  • Pour Point -20 Degrees C
  • Flash Point 260 Degrees C
  • Dropping Point Not Specified
  • Four-Ball Wear 0.4mm
  • Timken OK Load Not Specified
  • Viscosity @ 40C 67.9 cSt
  • Viscosity @ 100C 12.9 cSt
  • Application Applications With Incidental Food Contact (NSF H1, H2) In and Around Food Processing Equipment Areas Including For Use By Bakeries, Bottlers, Breweries, Canneries, Dairies, Meat and Poultry Processors and Pharmaceutical Manufacturers For Hydraulic Systems, Gear Drives, Gearhead Motors, Drip Oilers, Air-Oilers, Air-Tools, Water Pumps, Bearings, Machine Oil, Roller Chains, Cables, Circulating Oil, etc., and General Lubrication. These Products May Also Be Used In Reduction Units Where Original Equipment Manufactures (OEM) Require an R&O Lubricant (i.e. AFNOR NFE 48-600 HL, DIN 51524 Part 1, and Denison HF-1 fluids).
  • Standards NSF H-1, H-2, Biodegradable ASTM D-5864, USDA Biobased Content, USDA BioPreferred Program, 21 CFR 178.3570, Lubricants for incidental food contact (USDA H-1). Non-Toxic, Designed For Use In Vane, Piston, and Gear-Type Pumps. Meets and Exceeds the Requirements for Vickers M-2950-S (35VQ-25) and I-286-S (V-104C), Rexroth, US Steel 126, 136, and 127, and DIN 51524 Part 2. They Also Meet the Requirements for Ashless GL-1 and GL-2 Gear Oils in Reduction Units and Gear Sets. (Use Viscosity Sufficient For OEM Application), Full compliance with other applicable restrictions of FDA, USDA, oil spill, and oil pollution prevention statutes is recommended. Worker and OSHA friendly. API Service Classifications for ashless GL-1, GL-2, GL-3 Classifications for ashless GL-1, GL-2, GL-3, DOD-L-24651 Lubricating Oils, Food Grade, and Food Processing Equipment, approved for use by the Departments and Agencies of the U.S. DOD, meet DOD-L-24651 Type I and ISO Viscosity Grade 220 Meet DOD-L-24651 Type II for general purpose and gear oil lubricants.
  • Green Certification or Other Recognition USDA BioPreferred Designated
  • Green Environmental Attribute Readily Biodegradable Per OECD or ASTM Standards
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