Shell Tellus S2 MX 68

Shell Tellus S2 MX 68
Shell Lubricants
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$94.64
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0.00 LBS



Shell Tellus S2 MX 68 Premium Hydraulic Fluid

(Formerly: Shell Tellus S2 M 68) 

High Performance Hydraulic Fluid, Group II Base Oil Technology, Industrial Applications 

Shell Tellus S2 MX fluids are high performance hydraulic fluids based on Group II base oils that provide outstanding protection and performance in most manufacturing and many mobile equipment operations. They resist breakdown under heat or mechanical stress and help prevent damaging deposit formation that can decrease the efficiency of your hydraulic power system. 

Product is designed to meet: 

· Bosch Rexroth Fluid Rating RDE 90245 

· Parker Denison (HF-0, HF-1, HF-2) 

· Eaton E-FDGN-TB002-E 

· Fives (Cincinnati Machine) P-70 

· ISO 11158 (HM fluids) 

· DIN 51524 Part 2 HLP type 

· ASTM D6158-05 (HM fluids) 

· Swedish Standard SS 15 54 34 AM 

3 Reviews | Write a Review.

  • 5
    Tellus S2 MX68

    Posted by MK on Jun 22 2021

    Our shock and vibe table works perfectly using this oil.

  • 5
    Great Hydraulic Oil

    Posted by JimBo on Aug 22 2019

    I've been using Tellus Hydraulic oils for over 20 years in my Machine shop. Initially I went 5 years without changing it and the product was still good according to Oil Analysis. Now I go well beyond that and rely on Oil Analysis to tell me when to change it. Product has yet to fail me.

  • 5
    Exactly what I expected

    Posted by JBL on Aug 29 2017

    Was looking for Tellus s2 m68 but Shell is constantly changing their product names but PSC's site guided me right to the correct replacement product. Tx

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