Chevron Cetus HiPerSYN 32 | 55 Gallon Drum

Chevron Cetus HiPerSYN 32 | 55 Gallon Drum
460.00 LBS

Cetus HiPerSYN oil 32, 55 gallon drum, is a synthetic rust and oxidation oil designed for general use in industrial equipment operating under severe-service conditions but may also be used with great success in stationary and portable rotary, vane, and screw compressors and lightly-loaded enclosed gearboxes (that do not require an extreme-pressure gear lube or compounded gear lube).

HiPerSYN Oil 32 is a synthetic rust and oxidation oil that has excellent thermal and oxidation stability and low carbon-forming tendencies – this leads to a much cleaner machine with minimal sludge and deposit formation. This H2 lubricant passes the acute aquatic toxicity criteria adopted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Cetus HiPerSYN oil 32 may be used successfully in Sullair compressors, Quincy compressors, and Diamond Power soot blowers. Other applications include industrial bearings requiring a synthetic R&O oil or in any industrial application requiring a synthetic oil with an outstanding thermal and oxidative stability.

Performance Characteristics

  • Long Lubricant Life at high temperatures
  • Extended Machinery Life
  • Long drain intervals
  • Minimal Maintenance
  • Minimal oil consumption
  • Synthetic formulation


HiPerSYN Oil 32 is designed for the lubrication of various air compressors including those from top manufacturers – it may also be used in electric motor bearings and circulating systems. This product is designed to have excellent foam resistance, low-temperature fluidity, and outstanding anti-wear performance. Formulated to maintain its viscosity over a wide temperature range, this synthetic circulating oil is an outstanding choice for applications subject to temperature changes. This product has a viscosity index of 130, a flash point of 230°C, and a pour point of -40°C.

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