Chevron Rando HD ISO 68 | 5 Gallon Pail
(1 review)
38.00 LBS

Chevron’s Rando HD 68 AW hydraulic oil, 5 gallon pail, is specifically formulated to protect hydraulic pumps in both mobile and stationary systems. It is recommended for use in lightly loaded reciprocating compressors, as well as in vane-, piston-, or gear-type pumps where pressures can exceed 1000 psi.

Note: this product was formerly Texaco Rando HD.

This premium-grade lubricant has approval for Easton-Vickers 35VQ25A pump, M-2950-S (mobile) and I-286-S (stationary), as well as Parker Hannifin (Denison) HFO, HF1, HF2, T6H2OC. It is also an NSF registered fluid, meaning it acceptable to use in and around food processing areas as long as there is no possibility for the fluid coming into contact with food (H2).

It meets the following requirements:

  • AFNOR NF E 48-603 HM
  • ANSI/AGMA 9005-EO2
  • ASTM D6158 HM
  • Bosch Rexroth (former specification RE 902220-01)
  • DIN 51524-2
  • General Motors Ls2 Specification
  • ISO 11158 L-HM
  • Joy HO-S
  • US Steel 126, 127

Performance Characteristics

  • Excellent anti-wear protection
  • Inhibits oxidation and corrosion
  • Suppresses foam and aeration
  • Long service life
  • Hydrolytically stable
  • Excellent filterability


Chevron’s premium antiwear hydraulic oil is formulated with Group II base stocks, which gives it superior antioxidation properties.

Under moderate loads and temperatures, this lubricant’s high viscosity index (VI 98) ensures superior film strength between metal surfaces, protection that is further enhanced by the inclusion of anti-wear additives.

This product is available in 5 gal. pails and 55 gal. drums

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  • 5
    Chevron Rando HD ISO 68

    Posted by Turbine Tek on Jun 25 2020

    I used this as a direct replacement in my lathe and it has performed well so far.

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