Chevron Rando HD ISO 32 | 5 Gallon Pail

Chevron Rando HD ISO 32 | 5 Gallon Pail
PRICE:
$102.31
SKU:
273277448
WEIGHT:
38.00 LBS



Chevron Rando HD 32 in 5 Gallon Pails 

Chevron Rando HD Hydraulic Oil is formulated with premium base oil technology and designed with additives to provide outstand protection in high pressure stationary and mobile hydraulic systems. Chevron Rando HD antiwear hydraulic oils provide exceptional wear protection for pumps, motors, and other hydraulic system components. Additionally, they provide smooth operation and optimal oil service life. Chevron Rando HD 32 has a viscosity/thickness of an International Standards Organization Viscosity Grade 32 (ISO VGO VG 32).  

For many years, Rando HD was the premium hydraulic fluid offered by Texaco Lubricants. After Chevron's acquisition of Texaco, they kept the name as well as the quality of the product going. 

Application 

Chevron Rando HD Hydraulic Oils are designed for use in mobile and stationary hydraulic vane-, piston-, and gear-type pumps, especially where pressures exceed 1000 psi. They can also be used in lightly loaded reciprocating compressors. 

Specifications 

  • ISO VG 46 
  • Parker Hannifin Denison Hydraulics HF-0, HF-1, HF-2 
  • DIN 51524 Part 2, Anti-wear Hydraulic Oils, Type HLP 
  • ISO 11158 L-HM 
  • SAE MS1004-HM 
  • Vickers (Eaton) 35VQ25A M-2950-S, I-286-S 
  • Bosch Rexroth 90220, 90221 
  • General Motors LS2 LH 
  • Cincinnati P-68 
  • Eaton E-FDGN-TB002-E 
  • ZF TE-ML 04K 

1 Review | Write a Review.

  • 5
    Perfect oil

    Posted by Herschel M. on Oct 01 2020

    We have been using this oil in our machine since it was under Texaco. Great oil, fast shipping.

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