Coastal Premium AW 100 Hydraulic Oil | 55 Gallon Drum

Coastal Premium AW 100 Hydraulic Oil | 55 Gallon Drum
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460.00 LBS

Coastal Premium AW 100 Hydraulic Oil, 55 gallon drum, is a premium-quality anti-wear hydraulic oil. This oil is designed to meet the most stringent requirements of most major manufacturers and users of hydraulic equipment. It is characterized by low deposit formation, good demulsibility, and good anti-foam properties.

This hydraulic oil contains an effective anti-wear agent that helps reduce wear in highspeed, high-pressure vane, and gear pumps. It is particularly well suited for all industrial and mobile hydraulic system applications as well as vane, gear, and piston pumps operated above 3000 psi.

Coastal Premium AW Hydraulic Oil Benefits

  • Excellent wear protection
  • Rapid release of any entrained air
  • Oxidation and thermal stability for long life
  • Excellent rust and corrosion protection
  • Easy filterability

This lubricant is recommended for applications in Cincinnati Lamb, Hagglunds-Denison HF-0 and HF-2, Vickers M-2950-S and I-286-S, Passes Vickers 35VQ25 and V104C (ASTM D2882) vane pump tests, Passes Denison P-46 piston pump and T-6C vane pump tests, U.S. Steel 127 and 136, and DIN 51524 Part II.

Coastal Premium AW 100 Hydraulic Oils are a product of Warren Oil Company. They feature a viscosity index of 100 and a pour point of 0°F. These products are suitable for all types of hydraulic pumps except for those containing silver plated parts which still require non-zinc oils.

Note: The dielectric strength will decrease if the oil becomes contaminated with dirt or even a very small amount of water.

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

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