Sunoco Sunvis 946 Turbine Oil

Sunoco Sunvis 946 Turbine Oil
Sunoco Lubricants

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$77.22
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Sunoco Sunvis 946 Turbine Oil ISO VG 46 Rust and Oxidation Inhibited Circulating Oil

SUNOCO SUNVIS 946 TURBINE OIL is highly refined premium quality, rust and oxidation (R&O) inhibited circulating oil. Developed for use in industrial steam turbines, rotary air compressors and other industrial applications, SUNOCO SUNVIS 900 TURBINE OILS provide excellent rust, corrosion and deposit protection. They minimize sludge and varnish buildup due to high anti-oxidation reserves and excellent thermal stability at high temperatures. 

Application 

Sunoco Sunvis 900 Turbine Oil is designed for use in direct-drive steam turbines and hydroelectric turbines, gas turbines, rotary and centrifugal air compressors, vacuum pumps, deep well water pumps, machine tools, air tools lubricated through air line lubricators, industrial gear drives not requiring extreme-pressure (EP) or compounded gear oil, and lightly loaded plain and rolling element bearings found in electric motors and blowers.

Specification

  • AGMA 9005-F16 R&O
  • ASTM D-4304 TYPE I, TYPE II, TYPE III,
  • BRITISH STANDARD BS 489,
  • DIN 51506 VDL
  • DIN 51515 PART 1 & 2,
  • DIN 51524 PART 1,
  • GEK 101941A, 107935A*, 27070, 28143b Type I,
  • GEK32568J,
  • GEK 46506E,
  • INDIAN STANDARD IS 1012,
  • ISO 11158 HH, HL,
  • ISO 8068 TSA, TGA, TGE & TSE,
  • JIS K2213 TYPE 2,
  • SIEMENS N65/0027,
  • SIEMENS AG TLV 9013 04,
  • SIEMENS AG TLV 9013 05,
  • SOLAR TURBINES ES 9-224

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