Sunoco Sunvis 1015 HVI | 55 Gallon Drum

Sunoco Sunvis 1015 HVI | 55 Gallon Drum
Sunoco Lubricants
PRICE:
$682.69
SKU:
487355
WEIGHT:
467.00 LBS



Sunoco Sunvis 1015 HVI in bulk 55 Gallon Drums are supreme quality anti-wear hydraulic oils specially developed for applications subjected to wide range of temperature or where small viscosity change with fluctuating temperature is needed. They are formulated with severely hydro-processed Group II base oils, a highly shear stable polymer and an advanced additive system to meet the stringent requirements of modern hydraulic systems using high pressure high output pumps and critical requirement of other hydraulic systems. 

Applications 

Sunoco Sunvis is designed for hydraulic and power transmission systems subjected to a wide range of ambient & operating temperatures, requiring extended oil change intervals, and critical hydraulic systems. It is employed in hydraulic systems of excavators, cranes and hydrostatic drives subjected to most severe outdoor operating conditions, and hydraulic systems operating under high pressures and requiring high degree of load carrying capability and anti-wear protection. These oils are recommended for use in outdoor mobile equipment that is used year-round such as cranes, bucket trucks (cherry pickers), cranes, aerial lifts, and the like. 

Features & Benefits 

Sunoco Sunvis has outstanding thermo-oxidative stability and their low & high temperature performance allows for extended service life. They provide excellent anti-wear property, rust & corrosion protection, water separation & air-release properties and hydrolytic stability to reduce breakdowns and help improve production capacity.  They have high dielectric strength for use in electrical service bucket trucks as an insulating oil.

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