Chevron Regal R&O ISO 68 | 55 Gallon Drum

Chevron Regal R&O ISO 68 | 55 Gallon Drum
460.00 LBS

Chevron’s Regal R&O 68 oil (55 gallon drum) is a premium non-synthetic rust and oxidation oil formulated for use in steam and hydroelectric turbines (formerly Texaco Regal R&O).

This oil is recommended for most electric motor bearings, air compressors, steam turbines, hydroelectric turbines, marine turbines, gears, and non-heavy duty hydraulic systems recommending R&O-type oils (Rando HD oils are recommended for heavy duty hydraulic systems). Chevron’s R&O fluid also serves as a general purpose lubricant for various applications. 

It passes the Fresh Water Corrosion Test (ASTM D665, Procedure A), as well as the severe Synthetic Sea Water Rust test (Procedure B). This ISO 68 lubricant also meets ASTM D4304 Type I, British Standard 489, and DIN 51515 requirements and is suitable for use in General Electric, Alstom, and Westinghouse hydroelectric turbines, land and marine sea turbines, and associated reduction gears when R&O-type oil is recommended.

Performance characteristics

  • Long lubrication life
  • Fast water separation
  • Quick air release
  • Excellent rust protection
  • Ashless formulation


Chevron R&O mineral-based turbine fluid provides rust protection, oxidation inhibition, and foam suppression to ensure most efficient performance for various industrial applications. This specialized lubricant helps ensure ideal lubrication film strength and reduces machine wear with excellent demulsibility. It also minimizes entrained air that could otherwise result in low lubricant film strength between moving parts. 

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

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