Chevron Clarity Hydraulic Oil AW 46 | 55 Gallon Drum

Chevron Clarity Hydraulic Oil AW 46 | 55 Gallon Drum
460.00 LBS

Clarity® Hydraulic Oil AW 46, 55 gallon drum, is certified by Chevron as a premium industrial lubricant intended for use in vane, piston, and gear-type hydraulic pumps. This product is designed to satisfy the performance demands of hydraulic pumps operating under the most intense conditions, such as those found in high-output axial piston pumps.

This product is formulated from highly-refined basestocks and an excellent additive package that is zinc-free, allowing it to be successfully used in environmentally sensitive areas and also in the presence of yellow metals. Designed to extend the service life of your machine, this product also has an extensive service life due to its high TOST life when compared with zinc-containing hydraulic fluids.

Performance Characteristics

  • Low Toxicity
  • Ashless, Zinc-free formula
  • Rust resistant
  • Excellent water separation
  • Foam inhibiting


Clarity® Hydraulic Oil AW 46 is a premium-quality anti-wear hydraulic oil that has excellent low-temperature pumpability and an excellent additive package that is deemed safe for use in environmentally-sensitive areas (this makes it an ideal lubricant for mobile equipment). This product satisfies the following requirements: ASTM D6158 HM, Denison HF-0, HF-2 testing requirements of T5D, DIN 51524-2, Eaton-Vickers for use in M-2950-S (mobile) and I-286-S (stationary) hydraulic systems and passes 35VQ25 pump test, MAG Cincinnati, Cincinnati Machine P-70. This product is a non-vegetable-based lubricant that is still safe for use in environmentally-sensitive applications – this is due to its zinc-free formula. Additionally, this product provides exceptional service in applications wherein pressures may exceed 5000 psi.

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