Chevron Cylinder Oil W 680 | 5 Gallon Pail

Chevron Cylinder Oil W 680 | 5 Gallon Pail
38.00 LBS

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Chevron Cylinder Oil W 680, 5 gallon pail, is a top-of-the-line compounded gear oil used in compressor cylinders and might otherwise be used in worm drive gear cases (for sliding worm gear surfaces). This lubricant is engineered to resist washout from water due to its oiliness and high adhesive strength. Chevron Cylinder oil is designed to exceed the performance requirements of worm gearboxes, brine pump, and other applications requiring a cylinder lubricant.

Formulated from premium base stocks, Cylinder Oil W 680 is built to provide unmatched lubricity in the presence of moisture and steam. The metal wetting characteristics of this oil help to maintain a high film strength on the cylinder walls and pistons of a steam pump.

Performance Characteristics

  • Outstanding Performance in the presence of Steam
  • Satisfies several application requirements
  • Excellent Wettability


Formulated to perform the necessary lubrication tasks to satisfy the demands of compressor cylinders and sliding worm gear surfaces, Chevron Cylinder Oil W 680 is an extremely versatile lubricant. This water-resisting oil is able to be implemented in a number of applications that require an emulsifying oil. Chevron Cylinder Oil W 680 has a viscosity index of 99, a flash point of 316°C, and a pour point of -8°C.

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  • 5
    i tried to buy this in my area no one had it found them online they had in stock and was shipped very fast

    Posted by don reeves on Mar 26 2021

    i would buy again thanke

  • 5
    Chevron Steam Cylinder Oil

    Posted by Dick Vennerbeck on Mar 11 2020

    Chevron 680 cylinder oil keeps our 1910 Nichols and Shepard steam traction engine running smoothly.

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