Compressor Oil ISO 68 Price £1.13 per litre (205 Litres)
Midlands Lubricants Ltd, Supplier Distributor of premium quality own brand blended Compressor oil ISO 68.
We Supply a range of Compressor oils designed to lubricate and act as a coolant to the moving parts of modern compressors. Our Compressor oil ISO 68 protects the rubber seals connection, reducing leakage preventing seizure and loss of productivity. Please check the compressor OEM guidelines prior to purchase as there are huge differences in compressor oil types and you need to be sure to get the proper oil circulation for your compressor. The compressor oil should be pressure and temperature resistant in all operating conditions.
Blended brand new to order – Quality Assurance policy BER 1400/2002
Product Description: Midlands Lubricants Compressor Oil ISO 68 SAE 20
Vane Compressor Oil ISO 68 = SAE 20
Midlands Lubricants Compressor Oil ISO 68 SAE 20 is suitable for rotary vane compressors or other compressor requiring ISO 68. Compressor 68 SAE 20 is a mineral oil based lubricant designed to meet the lubrication requirements compressors. It is formulated with low carbon forming characteristics from extremely high quality base stock and incorporates the latest compressor oil additive technology to provide fantastic performance and high resistance to oxidisation, rusting and corrosion. Our Compressor oil 68 SAE 20 is great for use on compressors with critical high temperature discharge and is recommended for use with screw compressors, portable compressors, stationary compressors as well as rotary vane compressors where ISO 68 is required.
- Low lacquer and carbon forming ensuring cleaner system
- High film strength
- Minimal oil carry over
- Good Anti-Wear Performance and Protection
- Excellent Resistance to Oxidation, Rust and Corrosion
Vane Compressor Oil 68 = SAE 20 meets a comprehensive range of performance and specification requirements including:
- ISO 6743-3A-DAH
- Seal Compatibility with Sealing materials commonly used in Air Compressors
- Density, g.cm-3 @ 15.6°C = 0.880
- Flash Point, COC 230°C
- Pour Point -25°C
- Kinematic, 40°C = 68 cSt
- Kinematic, 100°C = 8.6 cSt
- Viscosity Index 100