Phillips 66 Multipurpose R&O Oil 46

Phillips 66 Multipurpose R&O Oil 46
Phillips 66 Lubricants

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Phillips 66 Multipurpose R&O Oil 46 Rust and Oxidation Inhibited Circulating Oil

Phillips 66 Multipurpose R&O Oil 46 is a rust and oxidation (R&O)-inhibited, antiwear circulating oil developed for use in circulation systems, centrifugal air compressors, geared turbines, lightly loaded enclosed gear drives and many other industrial applications. It contains a low level of ashless (zinc-free) antiwear additive for mild wear protection.

Phillips 66 Multipurpose R&O Oil has the following benefits:

  • Good oxidation resistance to minimize sludge and varnish formation
  • Mild wear protection
  • Protects against rust and corrosion
  • Excellent water-separating properties
  • Low carbon-forming tendency for use in centrifugal air compressors
  • Good foam resistance

Requirements and Specifications:

  • ABB G12106,
  • AGMA Grades 0 through 7 (non-EP),
  • Alstom Power HTGD 90 117 for geared turbines,
  • ASTM D4304 Type I Turbine Oil (ISO VG 32, 46, 68, 100),
  • British Standard 489,
  • Denison Hydraulics HF-1,
  • DIN 51517 Part 2, Lubricating Oils, Type CL,
  • DIN 51524 Part 1, Hydraulic Oils, Type HL,
  • General Electric GEK 101941A, GEK 46506e, GEK 27070 (obsolete), GEK 28143A (obsolete),
  • Ingersoll-Rand Centak centrifugal compressors,
  • Solar Turbines ES 9-224 Class II Turbine Oil,
  • U.S. Military MIL-L-17672D,
  • U.S. Steel 126


  • Air tools and other pneumatic equipment lubricated through air line lubricators
  • Centrifugal air compressors
  • Steam turbines and hydroelectric turbines, both direct-drive and with gear drives
  • Lightly loaded enclosed industrial gearboxes where the OEM specifies a R&O type oil (ISO VG 68 and higher, typically)
  • Lightly loaded plain and rolling-element bearings, such as those in electric motors and blowers
  • Vacuum pumps, deep-well water pumps and machine tools
  • General-purpose machinery and shop lubrication

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