Vegetable Oil Hydraulic Oil, 5 gal. Pail, ISO Viscosity Grade : 32
- Item # 4F971
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 102570
- Catalog Page # 2453
- UNSPSC # 15121504
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- Series EAL 224H
- Item - Hydraulic Oils Hydraulic Oil
- ISO Viscosity Grade 32
- SAE Grade 10
- Base Oil Vegetable Oil
- Container Size 5 gal.
- Lubricant NSF Rating Not Rated
- Lubricant Additives Zinc
- Max. Operating Temp. 180 Degrees C
- Viscosity Index 212
- Flash Point 294 Degrees C
- Pour Point Degrees C-30
- Container Style Pail
- Timken OK Load Not Specified
- Standards Vickers V-104C, 35VQ25 and Other Various Pump Tests
- Application For High Pressure Hydraulic Systems where a bio-degradable mineral oil is needed, such as around water-ways.
- Four-Ball Wear Not Specified
- Specific Gravity 0.921
- Green Certification or Other Recognition Biodegradable Products Institute Certified
Compliance and Restrictions
- This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item is Biodegradable Products Institute Certified.
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