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Sinopec Antiwear Hydraulic Oil L-HM 46 is suitable for use in:
Hydraulic applications in a wide variety of industrial, marine and mobile equipment.
Vane and gear pumps operating under high loads, as recommended by pump manufacturers.
Severe service hydraulic systems, employing axial and radial piston pumps, as recommended by pump manufacturers.
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Features and benefits
High-quality base oils combined with multifunctional additive technology provide outstanding antiwear properties, rust protection, low varnish and deposit formation, good demulsibility, oxidation resistance, good antifoam properties and fast air release properties, to protect and extend the life of hydraulic pumps and systems.
Good hydrolytic stability and filterability, ensure optimum product life and performance, and prevent filter blocking.
The wide selection of viscosity grades ensures that the optimum viscosity can be used for any hydraulic system operating temperature.
Fully compatible with common seal materials usually found in hydraulic systems, to extend seal life and prevent fluid leakage.
ISO 11158:2009 specifies the minimum requirements for new mineral oil hydraulic fluids and is intended for hydraulic systems, particularly for hydrostatic hydraulic fluid power application. The purpose of ISO 11158:2009 is for the guidance of suppliers and end users of mineral oil hydraulic fluids and for the direction of equipment manufacturers of hydraulic systems.
ISO 11158:2009 is written in a general form so that its application can accommodate various climatic conditions throughout the world. ISO 11158:2009 also stipulates the requirements for mineral-oil hydraulic fluids at the time of delivery.
Classification of fluids used in hydraulic applications is defined in ISO 6743-4. Of the categories covered by ISO 6743-4, only five types of mineral oil based fluids are embraced in ISO 11158:2009. These categories are HH, HL, HM, HV and HG.