Chevron Way Oil Vistac ISO 220 | 5 Gallon Pail

Chevron Way Oil Vistac ISO 220 | 5 Gallon Pail

38.00 LBS

Chevron’s Way Oil Vistac 220, 5 gallon pail is manufactured for providing excellent lubrication for slides and ways of machine tools for friction reduction and increased machine performance.  It is reccomended to lubricate machine tools bearing, including shapers, planers, lathes, drilling and tapping machines, etc. This product is formulated to handle the lubrication needs of machinery operating at high loads.

This premium Chevron slideway oil is particularly apt for use in once-through machinery applications, such as the lubrication of chain drives, because of its unique adhesive characteristics. This product can be used to lubricate machinery where there is a risk for soluble oil contamination.

This product is acceptable for use in food processing operations where the oil, under no circumstance, will come into contact with food (H2), as registered by NSF. This ISO 220 way oil also meets the requirements of MAG Cincinnati, Cincinnati Machine P-50 specifications for way lubricants.

Performance characteristics

  • Uniquely adhesive
  • Deterioration resistant
  • Long service life
  • Anti-wear protection
  • Extreme pressure protection


The unique stringiness and oiliness of this lubricant helps provide extreme pressure and anti-wear protection in machines. The inherent low coefficient of static friction enables smooth machine operation without jerking parts or stick-slip.

Chevron’s way oils are characteristically adhesive which benefits machine operation by providing a resilient film between the metal parts. Its stickiness also provides a long lubricant life, as it deters being wiped of washed away while in service.

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

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