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Clavus* Oil Refrigeration Compressor Oil 3.95

Mineral oil based refrigeration compressor oil. Applications: Refrigeration compressor oil Suitable for, and compatible with, CFC (Freon 12, Freon 22 etc.) and ammonia refrigerant gases with evaporator temperatures down to -45C NOT recommended for use with HFC gases such as R-134A and R-23 Advantages: Wax free, naphthenic base oils (low floc point) provide outstanding low temperature performance Oxidation stability at high temperatures resists deposit formation Excellent chemical stability and compatibility Performance Specifications: Meets or exceeds the requirements of most compressor builders Registered with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) under Lubricants: General, for use where contact with food will not occur; avoid food contamination during application and storage Typical Properties:
CLAVUS OIL Product Code Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Pour Point, C max Floc Point, C Flash Point, C Aniline Point, C Dielectric Strength, KV 68 407-942 60.6 6.4 -37 -48 199 88 35+

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Corena* AP Advanced Synthetic Lubricant for Reciprocating Air Compressors (formerly Corena* DE oils)

3.99

Advanced synthetic lubricant for reciprocating air compressors. Applications: Reciprocating air compressors all industrial reciprocating air compressors, in particular up to and above air discharge temperatures of 220C with continuous high delivery pressures Breathing air compressors Corena AP may be used in breathing air compressors, provided subsidiary clean-up apparatus is used to ensure that the air produced is fit for breathing Advantages: Outstanding performance in all operating conditions Extended service intervals Maximum safety for air lines Excellent rusting and wear protection Excellent oxidation resistance Excellent water separation properties Seal Compatibility: Corena AP, in common with other ester-based lubricants, is not compatible with all seal materials, and some older compressors may need to have the seals changed before they can be run on the new grades Compatability Guide:
COrenA OIL AP Acceptable Majority acceptable Not recommended High nitrile content (SE85) Medium nitrile content (SE70) Low nitrile content >36% acrylonitrile 30 36% acrylonitrile <30% acrylonitrile

Corena AP is miscible with mineral oils, although dilution with mineral lubricants will markedly reduce its performance.
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Corena* AP Advanced Synthetic Lubricant for Reciprocating Air Compressors (formerly Corena* DE oils)

3.99

Performance Specifications: DIN 51506 VDL ISO/DP 6521-L-DAB medium duty ISO 6743-3:2003 DAB severe duty EN 12021 Typical Properties:
COrenA AP Grade Product Code Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Pour Point, C Flash Point, C Rust 24 hrs, D-665 Copper corrosion @ 100C, 3 hrs Demulsibility (water separability) @ 82C, min 100 407-689 100 10.2 --39 260 pass 1b 25

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Corena* AS Synthetic Air Compressor Oil 3.98

A high performance synthetic lubricant for oil-flooded vane and screw air compressors. Applications: Rotary oil-flooded vane and screw type air compressors Heavy-duty, single- or multi-stage equipment operating with high discharge temperatures operating at high or low ambient temperatures Reciprocating air compressors should use Corena AP (synthetic) or Corena P (mineral oil) Advantages: Will reduce maintenance costs over operation on conventional mineral oils Utilizes synthetic PAO (poly-alpha-olefin / synthetic hydrocarbon) base oils Long oil life up to eight times that of mineral oils Ultimate performance beyond the scope of mineral based oils Low volatility less oil consumption and make-up required Resistance to oxidation and the deposits it creates Good low temperature performance Excellent demulsibility Compatible with mineral oils and common oil seal materials Restrictions in Use: Corena AS should NOT be used in reciprocating compressors, or in drip-feed rotary compressors which have different lubrication requirements and compressors used for breathing air Typical Properties:
COrenA AS Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Low Temp. Viscosity, cSt @ -18C @ -29C Pour Point, C Flash Point, C 46 407-943 46 7.7 135 1,470 4,500 <-45 235 68 407-944 68 10.4 139 2,200 6,500 <-45 258
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Corena* NG Reciprocating Compressor Cylinder and Packing Oil 3.71

Premium, partially synthetic, cylinder and packing oil primarily for sour and/or wet natural gas reciprocating compressors. Applications: Applied via oil injection systems into cylinders and packings of reciprocating compressors in sour (H2S) and wet (water or hydrocarbon) service 220 grade provides protection in cylinders with discharge pressures up to 14,000 kPa (2,000 PSI) 460 grade provides protection in cylinders with discharge pressures up to and beyond 28,000 kPa (4,000 PSI) Propane compression with suction temperatures down to -30C Compressing chemical gases such as aldehydes and keytones For compressor crankcases of this type use Mysella* Oils Advantages: Non-fatty formulation eliminates deposits in the injection system Not sensitive to freezing Superior low temperature flow properties Resistant to wash-off from cylinder walls in wet service Excellent oxidation resistance and valve/rod cleanliness Corrosion protection against H2S and rusting from water Typical Properties:
COrenA nG Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Pour Point, C Brookfield Viscosity, cP @ 0C @ -10C @ -15C Est. Lowest Suction Temp, C Flash Point, C 220 407-238 211 17.9 -24 4,300 13,800 27,400 -30 268 460 407-239 422 28.4 -18 12,000 -15 282

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Corena* P High Performance Lubricant for Reciprocating Air Compressors 3.79

Premium quality reciprocating air compressors lubricant. Applications: Reciprocating air compressor industrial reciprocating air compressors operating with air discharge temperatures of up to 220C Breathing air compressors Corena AP may be used in breathing air compressors, provided subsidiary clean-up apparatus is used to ensure that the air produced is fit for breathing Typical Properties:
COrenA P Product Code Density at 15C (kg/m3) Colour, ASTM Pour Point, C Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Copper Corrosion Rust Test 48 hrs. distilled water 48 hrs. synthetic seawater Demulsibility Oil-Water-Emulsion (min.) Flash Point, C Fire Point, C 68 407-226 889 1.5 -39 69 8.2 83 1A Pass Pass -10 100 9.4 75 1b Pass Pass 100 Coming soon ASTM Method D 1298 D 1500 D 97 D 445 D 445 D 2270 D 130 D 665 D 1401 D 92 D 92

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Corena* S Premium R & O Compressor Oil 3.83

Premium quality lubricant developed for the lubrication of rotary sliding vane and screw air compressors. Applications: Rotary screw and vane compressors requiring a rust and oxidation inhibited oil in an ISO 32 grade Circulating systems requiring an R&O oil Hydraulic systems requiring an R&O type oil (low pressure) Plain and rolling element bearings in pump crankcases For heavier viscosity grades see Morlina Oils Advantages: Outstanding oxidation resistance Specially processed and handled to enhance water separation and air release Excellent rust protection Typical Properties:
COrenA S Product Code Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C 32 407-225 32 5.4 102 -30

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Delima* S Very High Performance Mineral Oil Based, Zinc Free Circulating Oils

Shell Delima S oils are premium quality mineral oils for use in lubrication systems in modern paper machines. Applications Lubrication of bearings, gears and auxiliary equipment in the wet and drying section of paper machines Hydraulic and lubrication systems in deflection-compensating rolls Enhanced protection of gears under severe operating conditions Advantages: Oxidation resistant: antioxidant additives provide excellent oil service life with superior performance in the ASTM D943 Turbine Oil Stability Test Thermal stability: very low tendency to form deposits or sludge Water separation: allows easier removal of water. Reduces formation of emulsions in systems Filterability: good filterability is essential for clean systems and low filter cost Corrosion protection: high level of corrosion protection for all metal surfaces Antifoam characteristics: excellent antifoam and air release properties Antiwear performance: effectively prevents wear in the lubricated parts of the paper machine. Zinc-free ashless additive technology Performance Specifications: Delima S can be used when DIN 51517 Part 2 type oils are required FZG: DIN 51354 stage 12 Pass Meets the SKF & Metso requirements for Paper Machine Oils Meets the requirements of Voith VN 108
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Delima* S Very high performance mineral oil based, zinc free circulating oils

Typical Properties:
DeLIMA S Grade Product Code Viscosity, cSt @ 40C mm2/s @ 100C mm2/s Viscocity index Density @ 15C Flash Point, kg/m3 C ASTM D 445 ISO 2909 ISO 12185 ISO 2592 ISO 3016 220 407-832 220 19.2 98 897 250 -21 320 407-833 320 23.5 95 899 260 -21 460 407-834 460 30 97 903 >250 -12

Pour Point, COC C

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Diala* AX Electrical Insulating Oil 3.17

Naphthenic electrical insulating oil, for rapid heat transfer with high oxidation stability. Applications: Transformers, circuit breakers, oil-filled switches, X-ray equipment Heat transfer medium Spindle oil in high speed bearings Advantages: Excellent electric insulation and heat transfer properties Does not contain any polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) Low pour point Oxidation stability to resist acid formation Diala Oil is specially handled and packaged to prevent minute contamination by moisture, particulate, fibres and surfactants. Storage should be indoors, in air-tight containers, in a climate-controlled environment Performance Specification: Meets ANSI / ASTM D-3487 Typical Properties:
DIALA OIL Grade Product Code Viscosity, cSt @ 0C @ 40C @ 100C Pour Point, C Flash Point, (COC) C Interfacial Tension @ 25C, Dynes/cm Dielectric Strength @ 60 Hz: DISC electrodes, Kv VDE electrodes (1.02 mm gap), Kv Power Factor, % @ 100C Gassing Tendency L/min. DIALA AX 407-651 66 9.3 2.6 -57 155 47 >35 >28 0.03/.04
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Geartherm* Oils Premium All-Season Industrial Gear Oils 3.65

All-season, mineral based, multigrade industrial gear oils. Applications: Enclosed industrial gearboxes which may be started or operated in cold environments Rolling bearings in pump crankcases Advantages: Year-round performance AGMA EP excellent load carrying ability and protection against shock loading Stay-in-Grade viscosity performance Improved rust and corrosion protection Anti-foam protection Good water separation capability Geartherm Oils are all-season (low-temperature, multigrade) versions of Omala* Oils For a fully synthetic industrial gear oil see Omala HD Oils Performance Specification: Hydro Quebec PAEM 89204 Typical Properties:
GeArTHerM Products ISO Grades AGMA Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Brookfield Visc., cP @ -20C @ -26C @ -30C @ -36C Pour Point, C Flash Point, C Channel Point, C Max. Typical Oil Operating Range, C 160 Multigrade 150 150 4EP 407-539 151 18.7 140 19,300 62,985 143,167 -33 216 -45 -30 to 70 Gear

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Hyperia* S Synthetic Industrial Gear Oils 3.80

Fully synthetic industrial EP gear oils. Applications: Specifically for General Electric wheel motors For a full line of full synthetic industrial EP gear oils see Omala* HD Advantages: Full synthetic (PAO) base oils for excellent low temperature properties Improved equipment reliability and reduced equipment operating costs Energy savings from improved efficiency Performance Specifications: Meet the ISO 12925-1 Type CKD specification Meet the ANSI-AGMA 9005-D94 specification Approved by GE under GEK-30375H against the following specification: Hyperia S 680 GE D50E27E Typical Properties:
HYPerIA S Grades AGMA Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Channel Point, C Flash Point, C Weld Load, kg. D-2596 680 8 EP 407-519 680 61.2 160 -42 < -45 273 225

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Irus* Fluids DU-NA 3.93

A less flammable, fully synthetic, ester-type hydraulic fluid designed to be chemically stable when operating under severe conditions. Applications: Where polyolester-type, less flammable fluids are required Advantages: Less flammable: greater resistance than that provided by conventional mineral oils Low specific gravity: will float on water allowing it be skimmed from ponds and collection tanks by standard methods, a feature that is desirable in the event of accidental spills Environmentally safer than phosphate esters Biodegradable Safety: high flash point and auto-ignition temperatures Does not produce the obnoxious odour and dense black smoke associated with phosphate esters when it strikes a heat source Compatible with most seals used in hydraulic systems, specifically, Buna-N, Viton, Teflon, Urethane and Silicon Rubber Non-corrosive to ferrous and non-ferrous metals Performance Specification: Tested by the Factory Mutual Engineering and Research Corporation and are classified as Specification Tested by Factory Mutual Typical Properties:
IrUS DU-nA Product Code Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Flash Point, C Auto Ignition Temp. C Biodegradability 46 407-258 46 9.4 210 -37 266 469 >70%

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Morlina* Oil 10 High Performance, High Speed Spindle Oil 3.27

Rust and oxidation inhibited high speed spindle oil. Applications: Machine circulation systems Oil lubricated plain and rolling element bearings High speed spindles Certain low loaded enclosed gears Some industrial hydraulic transmission and control systems containing steel-on-bronze and silver lubrication surfaces Advantages: The high resistance to oxidation, caused by heat in the presence of air, water and metal catalysts, such as copper, prolongs oil life Carefully selected additives enhance the oils natural corrosion protective properties The low pour point of the lighter oils in the Morlina range may be used to advantage in certain low temperature industrial applications Careful use of additives ensures quick air release without excessive foaming Performance Specification: Morlina is compatible with all normal mineral oil seal materials. This includes Nitrile and Butyl rubbers, Neoprene, Viton etc., where minimal swell and hardening are required in service Typical Properties:
MOrLInA 10. Product Code Viscosity Grade Kinematic Viscosity @ 40C @ 100C Density @ 15C Viscosity Index Flash Point, COC Pour Point C C mm2/s mm2/s kg/m3 ASTM D 445 ASTM D 4052 ASTM D 2270 D92 D97 407-860 10 10 2.4 889 34 150 -60
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Morlina* Oils HS Special lubricants for high speed spindles in machine tools 3.28

Morlina Oils HS lubricants are special low viscosity, solvent refined mineral oil blended with zinc free additives, to provide extended performance in the high-speed spindles of machine tools. Applications: Oil lubricated plain and rolling element bearings Lubrication of high speed spindles in machine tools where high operating speeds require a low viscosity oil Advantages: Excellent oxidation resistance Good wear protection Corrosion protection Typical Properties:
MOrLInA HS. Product Code Viscosity Grade Kinematic Viscosity @ 20C @ 40C @ 100C Density @ 15C Flash Point, COC Pour Point ISO 3448 407- 046 2 2.9 2 806 84 <-45

mm2/s mm2/s kg/m3 C C

ASTM D 445 ISO 12185 ASTM D93 ISO 3016

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Morlina* SD Premium Quality R & O Bearing & Circulation Oil 3.12

Premium Quality Bearing & Circulation Oils specifically developed to have superior demulsification. Applications: Morgoil type bearing systems in steel mills Circulating oil systems where water separation is a key issue Plain and rolling element bearings Enclosed spur, helical, bevel and worm gearboxes where the use of a non-EP rust & oxidation inhibited oil is approved by the equipment manufacturer Advantages: Excellent water shedding properties Superior oxidation resistance Rapid air release and high resistance to foaming Excellent rust and corrosion protection Performance Specifications: Morlina SD Oils are approved by the following OEMs: Morgan Morgoil; Advanced Lubricant (Super Demulsibility) Specification Revision 2.3; 26th March 2004 Morgan Morgoil Lubricant Specification Revision 1.1; 27th January 2005 Danieli Wean United; Super Demulsifiable Oil Specification 6.124249.F ANSI/AGMA 9005-D94 R&O Typical Properties:
MOrLInA SD Product Codes Viscosity @ @ @ @ 40C cSt 100C cSt 100F, SUS 210F, SUS 220 407-042 220 18.1 1019 90.5 95 4.0 -9 250 320 407-043 320 23.1 1483 112 95 4.0 -6 255 460 407-044 460 29.1 2123 138 95 5.0 -6 290
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Mysella* Premium Natural Gas Engine Oils 3.72

Premium range of natural gas engine oils. Applications: Stationary natural gas engine oils Mysella 40 is an ashless oil for 2 stroke engines Mysella LA40 and LA 15W-40 are low ash oils for 4 stroke engines Mysella MA40 is a medium ash oil intended for most Waukesha and White Superior engines Also used in natural gas compressor crankcases Cylinders and packings in dry and sweet gas service Most pump crankcases See our Lubrication Report for specific application details Advantages: Three ash levels Ashless (and low ash) blended to reduce port blockage Premium anti-wear, rust and oxidation and detergency additives Compatible with NSCR catalysts Improved nitration resistance Multigrade for improved low temperature start-ups Performance Specifications: Mysella LA40, LA 15W-40 and MA40 meet API CD Mysella MA40 approved for Waukesha Cogeneration applications Typical Properties:
MYSeLLA Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Sulphated Ash, % TBN-E Pour Point, C 40 407-177 139 14.0 0.01 1.1 -18 LA 40 407-398 154 14.5 0.45 5.2 -18 LA15W-40 407-176 108.5 14.3 0.45 5.2 -33 MA40 407-174 147 14.8 0.80 7.7 -30

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Mysella* XL Long Life Stationary Gas Engine Oil # 3.76

Mysella XL is a high performance quality oil blended for use in highly-rated, 4-stroke, spark-ignition engines which require a low ash oil. Applications: Spark-ignited gas engines fuelled by natural gas, especially those creating high oil stress May also be used for landfill and biogases Advantages: Step change in oil drain interval significantly prolongs oil life relative to previous generation gas engine oils by resisting oxidation and nitration, viscosity increase and the formation of harmful acids, especially in demanding cogeneration (CHP) applications. (When used with landfill or biogases, oil life will be dependent on the level of contaminants in the gas) Excellent piston cleanliness superior control of deposits in advanced designs where previous products are not satisfactory Optimised level of ash components helps prolong the life of valves and spark plugs Low phosphorus level compatible with engines equipped with emission catalysts Typical Properties:
MYSeLLA XL Product Code SAE Viscosity Grade Kinematic Viscosity @ 40C, mm2/s @ 100C, mm2/s Density @ 15C, kg/l Flash Point, Closed Cup, C Pour Point, C BN, mg KOH/g Sulphated Ash, % wt Phosphorus, ppm 407-184 40 128 14 0.89 >180 -18 4.5 0.48 <300
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Naturelle* HF-E Environmentally Considerate Hydraulic Fluids 3.82

Applications: Heavy-duty hydraulic systems for construction and earth moving equipment Machine tool hydraulic systems Hydrostatic drive gears General industrial control equipment and hydraulic systems Moderately rated gearboxes where an anti-wear hydraulic oil is specified Typical Properties:
nATUreLLe Product Codes Colour Density at 15C, kg/m3 Viscosity, @ @ @ @ mm2/s 40C 100C 0C -20C 32 46 ASTM Method D 1500 D 4052 D 445 D 2270 D 97 D 92 D 3427 D 874 D 665 D 130 DIN 51254 T.2 DIN 51777 D 1401 D 892 DIN 51554 T.3 CEC L-33-A-93 OECD 301 B 407-210 407-211 Green 918 31.6 6.3 269 1500 156 -60 236 4 <0.01 Pass 1 >12 364 Green 919 46.1 9.1 357 1800 182 -54 219 9 <0.01 Pass 1 >12 325

Viscosity Index Pour Point (ISO 3016), C Flash Point, COC, C Air Release Value at 50C, minutes Sulphated Ash, %wt. Rust Test Distilled Water Copper Corrosion, 3 hours at 100C FZG, Fail stage Water Content KF, ppm Demulsibility at 54C oil/water/emulsion (minutes) Foam Sequence I Sequence II Sequence II

40/40/ 43/37/ 0(23) 0(35) 0/0 20/0 5/0 0/0 10/0 0/0 - 0.28 - 0.24 98 76

Baader Oxidation Test, 72h @ 110C Change in Neutralization No., mgKOH/g + 0.14 Change in Viscosity @ 40C, % + 0.38 Biodegradability g/100g %

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Naturelle* HF-M Environmentally Considerate Hydraulic Fluids 3.85

Biodegradable, anti-wear hydraulic oil based on a mixture of synthetic ester and vegetable oil. Applications: Suitable for the majority of hydraulic applications Including axial piston and vane pumps Mining, mobile forestry equipment where leakage could mix with soil or water Oil in the hydraulic system must be kept free from water, <1000 ppm Recommended operating temperature range -25C to +70C Advantages: High degree of biodegradability Contains a significant amount of renewable resource Stable viscosity at -20C Reduced tendency to form sticky deposits when accidentally spilled Excellent lubricity Excellent anti-wear protection Performance Specifications: Vickers V-104C Pass Vickers 35VQ25 (M-2952-S) Pass Meets Swedish Standard SS 15 54 34 Typical Properties:
nATUreLLe HF-M Product Code Viscosity, mm2/s @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Rust (Distilled Water) FZG, failure load stage 46 407-214 42.6 9.6 220 -39 Pass >12
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Omala* Premium EP Gear Oils 3.10

Mineral oil based, industrial, EP enclosed gear oils designed to protect gearing against high loads/shock loading; can be used in oil mist systems. Applications: Enclosed industrial gears including worm gears Rolling bearings in pump crankcases Oil mist (oil fog) applications Advantages: Full industrial EP Excellent load carrying properties protect against shock loading and prevent scuffing and galling (adhesion) Outstanding foam performance Outstanding water separation FZG, 12th stage load pass Rust and oxidation inhibited Excellent sludge and oxidation control Able to withstand continuous operating temperatures up to 93C Non corrosive to yellow metals up to moderate temperatures Little or no free fog release in condensing mist units Lead and chlorine free Performance Specifications: Meets or Exceeds US Steel 224 for lead free EP gear oil Meets or Exceeds AGMA 9005 D94EP Meets Hydro Quebec PAEM 89204 Meets or Exceeds DIN 51517 Part 3 Meets or Exceeds requirements for David Brown gear boxes Approved by Cincinnati Lamb (selected grades) Registered with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) under Lubricants: General, for use where contact with food will not occur; avoid food contamination during application and storage

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Gear 150 4 EP 5 EP 6 EP 7 EP 8 EP 8A EP 220 320 460 680 1000

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Grades

68

100

AGMA No.

2 EP

3 EP

Typical Properties:

Product Codes 150 15 100 -24 195 200 205 205 -18 -15 -12 -9 205 100 100 97 92 220 19.4 320 25 460 30.8 680 38 1000 45.5 85 -6 225

407-528 407-527 407-529 407-531 407-533 407-534 407-532 407-535

Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C

68 8.7

100.0 11.4

Viscosity Index

99

100

Pour Point, C

-24

-24

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Omala* F Premuim Quality Industrial Gear Oil 6.13

Omala F oil is a premium quality, lead-free, extreme-pressure oils designed, primarily, for the lubrication of heavy-duty industrial gears. Their high load carrying capacity and antifriction characteristics combine to offer superior performance in gears and other industrial applications. Omala F is formulated using high viscosity index, solvent refined, base oils and incorporate a special sulphur-phosphorus additive to provide an extreme pressure performance significantly better than that provided by leaded gear oils. Omala F oil is formally approved by Flender AG. Applications: Steel gear transmissions Industrial gear drives where a full EP performance is required Bearings Circulating and splash lubricated systems Omala F should not be used for automotive hypoid gears. The appropriate Spirax* Oil should be used for this purpose Advantages: Excellent load carrying and anti-friction characteristics reduces gear tooth and bearing wear on both steel and bronze components Outstanding oxidation and thermal stability withstands high thermal loading and resists the formation of sludge and other harmful products of oxidation. Extended oil life, even with bulk oil temperatures up to 100C in certain applications Effective corrosion inhibition protects both steel and bronze components, even in the presence of contamination by water and solids Lead-free operator acceptability. Reduced health risk Resistant to micro-pitting standard setting anti micropitting performance to reduce the risk of premature failure through surface distress Water shedding properties Omala F oils have excellent water separation properties. Excess water can be drained easily from lubrication systems. (Water can greatly accelerate surface fatigue on gears and bearings as well as promoting ferrous corrosion on internal surfaces. Water contamination should be avoided or removed as quickly as possible after the occurrence)
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Omala* F Premuim Quality Industrial Gear Oil 6.13

Typical Properties:
OMALA F Kinematic Viscosity @ 40C cSt @ 100C cSt (IP 71) Viscosity Index (IP 226) Density @ 15C kg/l (IP 365) Flash Point C (PMCC) (IP 34) Pour Point C (IP 15) 68 68 8.7 100 0.887

191 -27

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Omala* HD Synthetic Industrial Gear Oils 3.19

Premium, synthetic industrial EP gear and bearing oils. Applications: Enclosed industrial gears including worm gears that require an EP gear oil Lubricated-for-life systems Gear boxes operating at elevated temperatures Rolling bearings in pump crankcases Advantages: Fully synthetic (PAO, Synthetic hydrocarbon) base stocks Compatible with seals and paints used with mineral oils Full industrial EP additive system Performance superior to conventional mineral based industrial gear oils Reduced oil change frequency Increased equipment reliability, life and operational efficiency Improved load carrying properties protect against shock loading and prevent scuffing and galling (adhesion) Performance Specifications: Formally approved by Flender AG Meets ISO 12925-1 Cat. CKT Meets ANSI/AGMA 9005 D94EP Meets US Steel 224 Meets David Brown S1.53101 Registered with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) under Lubricants: General, for use where contact with food will not occur; avoid food contamination during application and storage

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Omala* HD Synthetic Industrial Gear Oils 3.19

Typical Properties:
OMALA HD Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Flash Point, C 4 Ball EP (Weld), kg 100 220 320 460 680 407-546 407-541 407-547 407-542 407-543 100.4 15.0 157 -48 252 290 222.4 25.8 148 -48 245 290 322.7 33.4 145 -45 242 290 458.3 45.5 155 -42 240 290 668 62.6 164 -36 236 290

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Omala* RL Synthetic Industrial Gear Oils 3.04

Premium, non-EP, synthetic industrial gear and bearing oils. Applications: Lightly loaded, enclosed industrial gears subjected to severe operating conditions and NOT requiring an EP gear oil Sealed-for-life systems Gear boxes operating at elevated temperatures Moderately loaded rolling bearings in pump crankcases Oil circulation systems Marine separators For synthetic EP gear oils see Omala Oils HD Advantages: Fully synthetic (PAO, Synthetic hydrocarbon) base stocks Compatible with seals and paints used with mineral oils Performance superior to conventional mineral based industrial gear oils Longer oil life, longer component life Increased equipment reliability, life and operational efficiency Low traction coefficients: reduced energy consumption Improved system cleanliness: oxidation and thermal resistance Improved low temperature characteristics Worm gear reducers (460 grade) Performance Specifications: Meets ISO 12925-1 Cat. CKS01 Registered with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) under Lubricants: General, for use where contact with food will not occur; avoid food contamination during application and storage Typical Properties:
OMALA rL Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Flash Point, C 4 Ball EP (Weld), kg 150 407-548 153 19.8 149 -54 236 210 220 407-544 222 25.9 149 -48 240 210 460 407-545 458 45.5 155 -42 274 210

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Shell FR-N High Performance, Less Flammable Hydraulic Fluid 3.89

An ISO Class HFDU anhydrous less flammable hydraulic fluid; Factory Mutual approved as a less hazardous fluid. Applications: Typical applications are in the metal, mining and glass industries Hydraulic installations: Shell FR-N provides good lubrication and a higher degree of fire resistance Advantages: Less flammable greater fire resistance to that provided by conventional mineral oils Cost effective performance in most plant hydraulic applications and is very cost competitive when compared to polyol esters Fully compatible with mineral hydraulic oils. No major modification of the hydraulic circuit is necessary Wear protection and lubricity meets the anti-wear requirements of virtually all vane pumps (where this property is most important) When maintained properly, the fluid can provide equivalent or better vane pump performance than many mineral-based hydraulics Provides satisfactory service in most piston and gear pumps. Passes FZG load stage 12, demonstrating excellent load carrying ability Long oil life in most applications due to its oxidation inhibition. For optimum life, system-operating temperatures should not exceed 60C - 65C for extended periods Fluid maintenance to maximize fluid life, water contamination should be avoided High degree of biodegradability contains a significant amount of a renewable resource High Viscosity Index minimal change of viscosity over wide range of operating temperatures Seal Compatibility compatible with all seal materials and paints normally specified for use with petroleum mineral oils except those made from natural rubber. Recommended elastomers include NBR, Fluorocarbon, Fluorosilicone, and Polyacrylate Performance Specifications: Eaton Vickers 104C & 35VQ25 performance Denison T6C vane pump performance

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Shell FR-N High Performance, Less Flammable Hydraulic Fluid 3.89

Typical Properties:
SHeLL Fr-n OIL Grades Product Codes Appearance Viscosity, cSt (mm2/s) @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Flash Point, COC, C 46 407-676 Clear light amber 47 9.2 182 -21 234 68 407-674 Clear light amber 69 13.9 210 -18 260

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Shell Hydraulic Oil General Purpose Hydraulic Oils 3.66

General purpose anti-wear hydraulic oils. Applications: Industrial and mobile hydraulics Suitable for all types of hydraulic pumps Circulating systems in place of R&O type oils For high performance state-of-the-art hydraulic systems, Tellus Oils are recommended Advantages: Cost-effective performance Wear protection Long oil life Rust and oxidation inhibited Performance Specifications: Meets Vickers 104C vane pump test Meets Vickers 35VQ25 vane pump test Meets Denison P46 axial piston pump test Typical Properties:
SHeLL HYDrAULIC OIL Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Flash Point, C 22 407-136 20.85 4.3 99 -27 217 32 407-137 31.7 5.36 102 -27 224 46 407-138 45.7 6.7 98 -27 235 68 407-139 68.5 8.73 99 -24 246

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Shell Turbo CC Premium Quality Industrial Gas, Steam and Combined Cycle Turbine Oil 3.22

Premium turbine oils developed to meet the severe demands imposed by modern, heavy-duty turbine applications, exceeding OEM specifications for steam turbines. Applications: Power generation combined cycle turbines Industrial steam turbines Industrial gas turbines Advantages: Superior oxidation resistance Rapid air release and high resistance to foaming Excellent water shedding properties Good load carrying capacity Performance Specifications: Shell Turbo CC Turbine Oil exceeds all major gas and steam turbine manufacturer lubricant specifications including: General Electric GEK 32568 F, GEK 28143 A, GEK 101941 and GEK 42506D Siemens-Westinghouse 21 T0591 & 55125Z3 ABB STAL K-110-8121 08/09 Solar ES 9-224 Class II, Revision V DIN 51515 parts 1 & 2 ISO 8068 GEC Alstom NBA P50001A JIS K-2213 Type 2 BS 489-1999 Siemens/Mannesmann Demag 800 037 98 Approved by OEM against: Alstom HTGD 90-117 Siemens TLV 9013 04 Typical Properties:
SHeLL TUrbO CC 32 Product Code Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Flash Point, C min 407-958 32 5.3 105 -12 222
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Shell Turbo Oil J Premium Industrial Turbine Oil 3.34

Shell Turbo Oil J has been specially formulated to satisfy the demanding requirements of the MHI (Mitsubishi Heavy Industry) non-geared steam & gas turbines. This is based on a blend of specially chosen high quality hydro-treated base oils with selected additives to enhance their rust and oxidation properties. Applications: Power generation MHI turbines Shell Turbo Oil J may also be used for other industrial applications requiring high quality rust and oxidation (R & O) inhibited oils, which separate easily from water Advantages: Good thermal and oxidation stability Excellent corrosion protection Excellent oil/water separation properties Good air release characteristics Reliable performance in MHI turbines Shell Turbo J meets the requirements of MHI turbines and has been successfully tested in the MHI in-house dry TOST test. Shell Turbo J is approved by MHI against their specifications Turbine Oil Type 2 (additive) MS04-MACL001 (R-1) and MS04-MA-CL002 (R-1)

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Shell Turbo Oil J Premium Industrial Turbine Oil 3.34

Typical Properties:
TUrbO J Product Code Viscosity (ASTM D445), cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index (ASTM D2270) Colour (ASTM D1500) Pour Point, C (ASTM D97) Flash Point, COC (ASTM D92, C) Total Acid Number (ASTM D974, mg KOH/g) Foaming (ASTM D892, ml/ml) Sequence I Sequence II Sequence III Water Separability (ASTM D1401, @54C, ml (min)) Air Release (ASTM D3427, min) Copper Corrosion (ASTM D130, 100C/3hr) Rust Control (ASTM D665B) Oxidation Control Testsa) TOST Life (ASTM D943, hr) b) Dry TOST (MHI method) c) RPVOT (ASTM D2272, min) 32 446 -152 32 5.3 104 L0.5 -18 222 0.05 30/Nil 20/Nil 30/Nil 40-40-0(10) <4 1b Pass >8000 Pass >950

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Shell Turbo T Oils Premium Turbine Oils 3.03

Mineral oil based, rust and oxidation (R&O) inhibiting oils. Applications: Non-geared industrial steam turbines Non-geared light-duty gas turbines Water turbine lubrication Compressor applications Numerous applications where strong control over rust and oxidation is required Advantages: Strong control of oxidation High resistance to foaming and rapid air release Positive water-shedding properties Excellent rust and corrosion protection Performance Specifications: General Electric GEK 28143A, 32568F, 46506D Siemens Westinghouse 21T0591 & 55125Z3 DIN 51515 parts 1 & 2 ISO 8068 Solar ES 9-224U, Class II, revision V GEC Alstom NBA P50001 JIS K2213 Type 2 BS 489-1999 ASTM D4304, Type I Siemens/Mannesmann Demag 800 037 98 Approved by OEM against: Siemens TLV 9013 04 Alstom HTGD 90117 Man Turbo SP 079984 D0000 E99 Typical Properties:
SHeLL TUrbO T OILS Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Flash Point (COC),C Pour Point, C 32 46 68 100 ASTM 407-952 407-953 407-954 407-956 Method 32 5.2 >215 <-12 46 6.6 220 <-12 68 8.5 240 -9 100 11.4 250 -9 D 445 D 445 D 92 D 97

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Tellus* High Performance Hydraulic Oils 3.01

Tellus Oils are premium quality, solvent refined, high viscosity index mineral oil based fluids generally acknowledged to be the standard-setter in the field of industrial hydraulic and fluid power lubrication. Applications: Industrial hydraulic systems Mobile hydraulic fluid power transmission systems Marine hydraulic systems Advantages: Thermal Stability Oxidation Resistance Hydrolytic Stability Outstanding Anti-Wear performance Superior filterability Low friction Excellent air release and anti-foam properties Good Water separation Suitable for a wide range of other industrial applications Performance Specifications: Tellus Oils have the following Performance Specifications: CINCINNATI P-68 (ISO 32) CINCINNATI P-70 (ISO 46) CINCINNATI P-69 (ISO 68) DENISON HF-0 DENISON HF-1 DENISON HF-2 Eaton (Vickers) M-2950 S Eaton (Vickers) I-286 S Tellus Oils meet the requirements of: ISO 11158 HM GM LS/2 AFNOR NF-E 48-603 Bosch Rexroth Ref 17421-001 and RD 220-1/04.03 Swedish Standard SS 15 54 34 AM

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TeLLUS OILS 32 407-163 46.49 6.76 96 -30 238 257 279 -30 -27 103 108 96 -27 286 69.43 8.76 100.64 11.91 148.33 14.56 407-164 407-165 407-166 46 68 100 150

Grades

22

Product Codes

407-161

407-162

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Hydraulic/Circulating

Typical Properties:

Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C 99 -30 225

21.33 4.21

32.32 5.38

Viscosity Index

99

Pour Point, C

-33

Tellus* High Performance Hydraulic Oils

Flash Point, C

213

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Tellus* Arctic 32 Hydraulic Fluid for Extremely Low Temperature 3.20

A mineral based, zinc-free fluid designed especially for use in mining and forestry machinery and other outdoor equipment. Applications: All types of hydraulic systems where the operating temperature does not continuously exceed 75C The major application of Tellus Arctic 32 is in systems which must be started up at extremely low temperatures (down to -40C) but during operation the temperature rises Mining and forestry machinery are typical examples Advantages: Contains additives to combat oxidation, rust, corrosion, wear and foaming Compatible with most pumps and with all seal materials and paints normally specified for use with mineral oils Low temperature start-up Extremely wide operating temperature range Typical Properties:
TeLLUS ArCTIC 32 Product Code Viscosity Kinematic, mm /s @ 40C @ 100C
2

407-170 33.6 9.89 >300 -60 >100

Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Flash Point COC, C

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Tellus* DO Premium Quality Zinc Free Detergent Hydraulic Oils 3.97

Premium quality specialty detergent/dispersant antiwear mineral hydraulic oils for systems where emulsifiable oils are preferred. Applications: Industrial hydraulic systems Injection moulding machines Electronically controlled hydraulic equipment Mobile Equipment Headstocks and hydraulic controls in automatic lathes (when a synthetic or semi-synthetic water-extendible metal working fluid is used) Performance Specifications: Tellus Oils DO meet the requirements of: ISO 11158 HM Mueller Weingarten (Tellus DO 46) Typical Properties:
TeLLUS DO ISO Grade Product Code Fluid Type (ISO Designation) Density at 15C, kg/m Kinematic Viscosity, mm2/s @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Flash Point, C Pour Point, C Steel Corrosion 24 hours at 60C Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs @ 100C Air Release, min. Foam, mL Demulsibility @ 54C after 30 minutes Brugger Test, N/mm2 FZG failure load stage 46 407-130 L-HM 0.874 46 6.7 99 236 -24 No Rust 1a 5,6 0/0-40/0-0/0 0-0-80 >50 >12 D-445 D-445 ISO 2909 D 92 D 97 D 665B D 130 D 3427 D 892 D 1401 DIN 51 347-2 DIN 51354-2 189
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ASTM Method

Hydraulic/Circulating

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Tellus* EE Energy Efficient Hydraulic Fluids 3.15

Tellus EE hydraulic fluids are specifically designed to help customers improve the energy efficiency of their hydraulic systems without compromising the protection of the system or maintenance procedures of their equipment and operations. Tellus EE has been found to improve energy efficiency in applications such as plastic injection molding and metal pressing by an average of 8%. In addition, Tellus EE is also designed to help equipment service life and lower maintenance costs through providing outstanding wear protection and long oil life capability. Tellus EE hydraulic fluids are available in ISO 22 and 46 grades. Applications: Industrial hydraulic systems Mobile hydraulic fluid power transmission systems Marine hydraulic systems Advantages: Energy efficiency: The formulation adopted allows to achieve energy savings, on average up to 8% as demonstrated in field trials, thanks to the following three elements: the fluid density, the frictional properties and high viscosity index. The first two are the drivers for systems operating in a stationary condition while the third one playa a key role in the case of variable operating conditions. Tellus EE hydraulic fluids contain a patented additive technology Help the environment: Achieving energy efficiency means reducing CO2 emissions thus contributing to reducing environmental impact Reduce maintenance costs Tellus EE hydraulic fluids offer outstanding performance in all the properties relevant to an hydraulic fluid, enabling you to operate your machinery in a reliable and efficient manner As with other fluids in the next generation Tellus range, use of Tellus EE hydraulic fluids helps you minimize problems such as: sludge build up, valve sticking, increased wear, filter blocking, corrosion and contamination By using Tellus EE you can therefore: guard against equipment damage (pump, filter, seals, valve, hose) avoiding premature failure and replacement thus increasing productivity while reducing maintenance costs Longer oil drain intervals: The usage of synthetic base fluids in the formulation increases the oil drain interval achievable
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Tellus* EE Energy Efficient Hydraulic Fluids 3.15

provided that excellent maintenance and design practices are in place to prevent fluid contamination. The nature of the base Performance Specifications: Tellus EE meet the requirements of: CINCINNATI P-70 (ISO 46) DENISON HF-0 DENISON HF-1 DENISON HF-2 Eaton (Vickers) ISO 11158HM ASTM D6158 HM Swedish Standard SS 15 54 34 AM AFNOR NF-E 48-603 Typical Properties:
TeLLUS ee Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 0C @ 40C @ 100C (ASTM D445)) Viscosity Index Density @ 15C, (ASTM D1298) kg/l 22 407-207 160 22 4.7 135 0.822 220 -54 46 407-209 450 46 7.7 135 0.832 250 -51

Flash Point, C (COC) (ASTM D92) Fire Point, C (ASTM D97)

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Tellus* Premium High Performance Hyrdaulic Oils 1.97

Tellus Oil Premium is high performance hydraulic oil blended with patented Shell additive technology in combination with hydro-treated base oils to meet the requirements of the most demanding hydraulic systems. Applications: Industrial hydraulic systems Mobile hydraulic fluid power transmission systems Circulating oil systems General machine lubrication Advantages: Excellent thermal stability improves system reliability and cleanliness Outstanding anti-wear results in longer pump and component life and reduced replacement costs Excellent oxidation resistance reduces oil replacement cost Excellent hydrolytic stability provides protection from corrosion of brass components in pumps and results in reduced replacement costs Outstanding filterability improves efficiency of filtration systems to reach system cleanliness targets Excellent air-release minimizes chances of pump cavitation and oxidation degradation of the oil Good water separation protects systems components from corrosion and wear Typical Properties:
TeLLUS PreMIUM Product Codes ISO Oil Type Kinematic Viscosity @ 40C cSt @ 100C cSt Viscosity Index Density @ 15C kg/l Flash Point, C (Cleveland Open Cup) Maximum Pour Point, C 192 22 32 46 68 ASTM 446-022 446-032 446-046 446-068 Method HM 22 4.4 109 0.864 195 -30 HM 32 5.4 102 0.868 200 -30 HM 46 6.8 102 0.871 210 -30 HM 68 8.7 99 0.873 225 -30 D445 D 2270 D1298 D 0092 D 97

Hydraulic/Circulating

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Tellus* S Zinc-free Hydraulic Oils for Severe Duty 3.09

Tellus Oils S are top-tier, anti-wear hydraulic oils formulated to be the ultimate high reference oil in the hydraulics industry. Applications: Primary application in industrial, marine and mobile hydraulic and fluid power transmission systems Advantages: Outstanding oil life Lower ecological impact Long life Vane pump wear performance Thermal stability FZG gear rig test Piston pump performance Hydrolytic stability Water separation Corrosion resistance Air release and anti-foam properties Filterability Oil seal and paint compatibility Typical Properties:
TeLLUS S 46 Viscosity Grade (ISO 3448) ISO Oil Type Kinematic Viscosity, cSt @ 0C @ 20C @ 40C @ 100C (IP 71) Viscosity Index (IP 226) Density @ 15C (IP 365) kg/l Flash Point (IP 34) (PMCC) C Pour Point (IP 15) C 46 HM 576 135 46 6.8 98 0.876 218 -30
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Tellus* T Premium All-Season Hydraulic Oils 3.13

New and improved all-season (low temperature, multigrade) hydraulic oils. Applications: Year-round use in all mobile and stationary hydraulic systems requiring an anti-wear oil that operate outdoors or have flow lines that are exposed to low temperatures Including excavators, cranes, shovels, drills, crawlers, cherry pickers Saw mills, woodlands operations and snow removal equipment Portable compressors Circulating systems including those servicing plain and rolling element bearings in pump crankcases and some electric motor bearings etc. and gear sets requiring non-EP gear oils where temperatures vary seasonally Tellus Oils T should not be used in pumps containing silver plated components Advantages: Improved low temperature fluidity to reduce non-productive warm-up time, minimize energy losses and reduce pump cavitation All-season protection Excellent resistance to viscosity breakdown (shear) Premium anti-wear protection, for use in all pump types at all pressures Advanced oxidation and thermal stability against high heat Improved wet filterability as demonstrated in Denison T6C vane pump test Improved tolerance to contamination Improved frictional characteristics Excellent air release properties Silicone-free Performance Specifications: Denison HF-O, HF-2 Passes Denison T6C vane pump test Meets Eaton Vickers M-2950-S Passes Eaton Vickers 35VQ25 vane pump test Passes Eaton Vickers 1-286-S Cincinnati Lamb P-68, P-69, P-70 Registered with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) under Lubricants: Hydraulic Oil, for use where contact with food will not occur; avoid food contamination during application and storage
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Tellus* T Premium All-Season Hydraulic Oils 3.13

Typical Properties:
TeLLUS T Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Brookfield, cP @ -20C @ -30C @ -40C @ -45C Pour Point, C Flash Point, C Max. Typical Oil Operating Range, C Min. Start-Up, C* T32 407-159 32.2 6.4 156 1,438 6,734 32,086 80,101 -45 212 -14 to 67 -32 T46 407-179 45.9 7.95 146 3,081 14,011 93,465 -42 226 -8 to 78 -27 T68 407-169 67.9 10.0 132 7,400 40,613 -36 252 0 to 87 -21

* Based on 9,000 cP viscosity and the use of proper warm-up techniques (e.g. system should be operated without load until minimum operating temperature achieved, etc.). Temperature limits vary with type, design of equipment and severity of operation.

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Tellus* TX Extra-Low-Wear Hydraulic Oil for Extreme Temperature Ranges 3.26

Advanced performance, antiwear, shear stable hydraulic oils designed for applications subjected to a wide range of temperatures or where small variations in viscosity with temperature are required (low temperature, multi-grade). Applications: Hydraulic and fluid power transmissions subjected to wide variations in temperature or where very small viscosity change with fluctuating temperature is required Certain critical hydraulic systems can only tolerate small variations of viscosity if efficiency and responsiveness are to be maintained even in varying temperatures. Tellus TX is specially designed to meet those requirements Advantages: Excellent shear stability and low viscosity variation with temperature High thermal stability Outstanding anti-wear performance Excellent filterability (dry and wet) Excellent oxidation stability Rust and corrosion protection Rapid air release and anti-foam properties Performance Specifications: Tellus TX meets or exceeds the following performance requirements or standards: Vickers pump tests (M-2952-S / I-286-S) Bosch Rexroth shear stability) Case Poclain shear stability test Swedish Standard 155434 AM (all grades) ISO 11158 HV

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Tellus* TX Extra-Low-Wear Hydraulic Oil for Extreme Temperature Ranges 3.26

Typical Properties:
TeLLUS TX

Grades Product Codes Density at 15C, kg/m Pour Point, C Flash Point, C Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Cu Corrosion at 100C Brookfield, cP @ -20C @ -30C @ -40C @ -45C Estimated operating range C Min. Start-Up, C(1)
3

TX 15 407-144 841.8 -57 114 15.2 4.1 191 1a 856 2908 5865 -29 to 44 -47

TX 22 407-145 858.8 -51 166 22.7 5.1 163 1a 680 2567 11480 -21 to 56 -39

ASTM Method D 1298 D 97 D 92 D445 D2270 D 130 D 2983

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Thermia* C Heat Transfer Oil 3.21

A mineral based, heat transfer oil. Applications: For use in indirect fired heat transfer systems Particle board mills, sawmills, asphalt plants In closed systems, up to 290C for continuous operation, 315C for intermittent periods Advantages: Oxidation inhibitor package protects the base oil from deterioration Excellent resistance to thermal cracking Low vapour pressure Low temperature start-ups to -5C for centrifugal oil pumps and -7C for gear pumps Typical Properties:
THerMIA C ISO Grade Product Code Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Flash Point (COC), C Flash Point (PMCC), C TAN-C Maximum Film Temp, C 68 407-640 64 8.2 96 -6 260 210 <0.005 330

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Tivela* S Synthetic Industrial Gear Oils 3.32

High performance synthetic polyglycol industrial gear and bearing oils. Applications: Worm gears High temperature gear applications beyond the 93C limit of conventional mineral EP gear oils and the 120C limit of synthetic EP gear oils Suitable for all types of gears including spur, bevel and planetary units Gear applications where natural load carrying and efficient power transmission are required Seal-for-life gear boxes not requiring an EP gear oil NOT compatible with mineral based products NOT compatible with many paints Neutral effect on most sealing materials Tivela S Oils are not recommended for the lubrication of gears manufactured from bronze alloys containing aluminum Where industrial EP oils are required, see Omala*, Omala* HD or Geartherm* Advantages: Polyglycol base oil has very high viscosity index, low pour point, high natural load carrying capacity and low frictional characteristics Oxidation stability provides long life for seal-for-life gear boxes Very good high and low temperature properties Optimal power transmission Especially suited for steel and bronze gear tooth interaction as found in worm gears Performance Specifications: Recommended for David Brown, SEW and NORD Gear Fulfills the requirements of Flender AG Typical Properties:
TIVeLA S ISO Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt Viscosity Index Typical Operating Range, C FZG 12th Load Stage Gear Oils @ 40C @ 100C 220 407-355 222.0 34.4 203 -30 to +170 Pass 460 407-356 460 73.2 239 -20 to +170 Pass 199
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Torcula* Oils Premium Oils for Superior Lubrication of Air Operated Rock-Drilling Equipment

3.53

Torcula Oils are specially developed lubricants of high filmstrength that provide improved lubrication of rock drills, jackhammers, sinkers and other air operated percussion tools. Applications: Rock drills Jack hammers Sinkers Other air operated tools, especially those used in underground mining Gardner Denver, Chicago Pneumatic, Ingersoll-Rand and other manufacturers Advantages: Load-carrying properties for increased film-strength Minimization of frictional heat Reduction of operating costs by increasing drill life and decreased repairs Emulsification of water and increased oil absorption on the working surfaces of parts Protection from rust in the presence of water Tackiness which helps these oils adhere to working parts Typical Properties:
TOrCULA ISO Viscosity Grades Product Codes Viscosity @ 40C, cSt @ 100C, cSt Viscosity Index Appearance Density, kg/m3 Pour Point, C Flash Point, C Tackiness 46 44.5 8.61 175 Very Dark 871 -45 180 Present 68 68 9.3 103 Very Dark 877 -27 242 Present 100 100 11.6 100 Very Dark 877 -24 254 Present 150 150 14.8 100 Very Dark 881 -18 272 Present 220 220 19.2 98 Very Dark 887 -15 282 Present Above 25 407-855 407-852 407-853 407-854 407-850

Recommended Operating Temperature -30 to 5 -10 to 20 5 to 25 5 to 25 Range, C 200

Rock Drill

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Valvata* J Compounded Oils 3.35

Mineral based, high viscosity, compounded steam cylinder oils. Applications: Steam cylinders Gears (especially worm gears) and bearings at low speeds and moderate loads, with either bath or pressure circulation systems Some multi-stage reciprocating compressor cylinders and packings NOT suitable for hypoid gears NOT suitable for application below freezing where additive stability may be affected Advantages: Excellent stability Excellent lubricity associated with classic fatty compounded oils Typical Properties:
VALVATA J Grades Product Codes Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Flash Point, C min TAN-C Saponification Number J 460 407-320 444 30.0 96 -9 334 0.17 10.3 J 680 407-319 673 38.4 94 -6 325 0.30 10.3

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Compounded

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Vitrea* 22 General Purpose Mineral Oil 3.18

A highly refined paraffinic mineral lubricating oil. Applications: Oil lubricators and central lubrication systems Lubricating plain and rolling bearings Spur, helical and bevel gears where an oil which does not contain additives is adequate Where gear tooth and bearing loads are not extreme Moderate temperature applications Advantages: Natural high viscosity index and low pour points Readily separates from water Low cost Good oxidation stability Typical Properties:
VITreA Product Code Viscosity, cSt @ 40C @ 100C Viscosity Index Pour Point, C Flash Point (COC), C TAN-C 22 407-421 20.3 4.02 95 -18 196 0.01

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VSI* Oil Hydraulic and Lubricating Oil for Rust Protection in Vapour Spaces 3.43

Shell developed VSI (Vapor Space Inhibiting) Circulating Oil with an anti-rust compound, which is oil soluble and volatile. Applications: Hydraulic, turbine, and general lubricating applications Enclosed lubricating oil systems where rusting is likely to occur Anti-friction bearings and gears, reservoirs, system housings, piping and similar system components Machine tools that may be idle for weekends or longer Advantages: Excellent demulsibilty Excellent corrosion protection Typical Properties:
VSI OIL 32 Product Code Gravity, API @ 60F Flash Point, COC, F Pour Point, F Viscosity @ 40C, cSt @ 100C, cSt Viscosity Index Rust Test, Synthetic Sea Water Acid Number, mg/KOH/g Copper Corrosion 407-879 31 395 -10 31.1 5.2 100 No Rust 0.45 1b ASTM Method D 1298 D 92 D 97 D 445 D 445 D 2270 D 665B D 974 D 130

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Hydraulic / Circulating / Rust Inhibitor

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