Hidraulik Syn PE

Biodegradable Synthetic Hydraulic Fluids
HIDRAULIK SYN PE 68 synthetic hydraulic fluids are formulated from high quality biodegradable synthetic base stocks. 
They are recommended for most types of hydraulic systems using vane, gear, and piston-type pumps operating at extremes of both temperature and pressure. They afford a higher margin of safety to the environment should a line rupture or an accidental spill occur while at the same time offering performance and reliability superior to traditional mineral or vegetable-oil based fluids.
Customer Benefits
  • Improved pumping efficiency
  • Excellent high & low temperature stability
  • Excellent compatibility with materials of construction
  • Improved wear protection at elevated temperatures
  • Lower deposit formation in high temperature systems
  • Extended service life and longer drain intervals
  • High degree of chemical stability
  • Eliminates degradation and sludge formation associated with conventional mineral oils
  • Greater margin of safety from fire and explosion.
Find out what the PETRONAS Fluid Technology SolutionsTM can do for your business

  • Agricultural, construction, forestry and marine industries.
  • Mining, dredging and offshore oil production.
  • Recommended for use with piston, vane, and gear-type hydraulic pumps operating at extremes of temperature and pressure where a readily biodegradable, ecotoxicologically friendly fluid is desirable.
  • In 209 Liters Drum.
  • HIDRAULIK SYN PE is compatible with the following seal and elastomeric materials: Viton, High Nitrile Buna N, Nylon, Delrin, Celcon, PBT, Oil-Resistant Alkyd & Teflon.
  • Call PETRONAS Company for guidance if you have other questions regarding compatibility.
Product Typicals
Characteristics SYN PE 68
Appearance Clear Red
Density @20°C 1.05 – 1.08
Kinematic Viscosity, cSt
@ 100°C 10.26
@ 40°C 62.2
Viscosity Index 154
Pour Point, °F/°C 60 / -51
Flash Point, °F/°C 525 / 274
Total Acid Number, mg KOH/g 0.4
4-Ball Wear, 40kg, 302°F, 1800 rpm, 60 minutes, mm2 0.41
Vickers Pump Test, 200°F, 3000 psi, mg wear 16.0
Foam Test, ml 0
Copper Corrosion, 275°C, 24 hr 18
Oxidation and Corrosion Stability, 121°C, 168 hrs, wt change, mg/cm2
Steel 0.02
Aluminium 0.08
Magnesium 0.02
Copper 0.05
Zinc 0.40
Viscosity Change, % 3.10
Acid number change 0.10
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