Mobil DTE 26 Ultra | 5 Gallon Pail

Mobil DTE 26 Ultra | 5 Gallon Pail
PRICE:
$96.96
SKU:
125342
WEIGHT:
41.00 LBS



Mobil DTE Ultra 26 Hydraulic Oil in 5 Gallon Pails

 Mobil DTE Ultra Series which was formally known as Mobil DTE 20 Series meets the stringent requirements of hydraulic systems using high pressure, high output pumps as well as other hydraulic system components such as close clearance servo-valves and numerically controlled (NC) machine tools. These products exhibit outstanding oxidation and thermal stability allowing long oil life and reduced deposit formation in harsh conditions and with severe hydraulic systems using high pressure, high output pumps. Mobil DTE Ultra 26 has a viscosity/thickness of an International Standards Organization Viscosity Grade 68 (ISO VGO VG 68). 

Application

Mobil DTE Ultra Series hydraulic oils are designed for hydraulic systems where deposit build-up and sludge are critical issues and were high load carrying capabilities are required.

Specifications

  • ISO VG 68
  • Cincinnati P-69
  • BoschRexroth Fluid Rating List 90245
  • Denison Hydraulics HF-0, HF-1, HF-2
  • Eaton E-FDGN-TB002-E
  • HOCNF Norway-NEMS, Black
  • Husky
  • ASTM D6158 Class HMHP
  • China GB 11118.1-211 L-HM
  • DIN 51524 Part 2, Antiwear Hydraulic Oils, Type HLP
  • ISO L-HM 11158:2009
  • Vickers (Eaton) M-2950-S, I-286-S
  • Replaces Mobil DTE 26

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  • 5
    Mobil26 ultra

    Posted by Dennis on Apr 21 2021

    Glad the companies carried this oil. I needed it for a oil change on my old woods 6200 mower . Hope the oil that i purchased is as good as oil that came in mower new.The mower is 23 years old and still going strong.Glad you had oil at a good price for quality mobile oil for the hydrastatic drive system.

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