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Hydraulic Oils

Oils used in hydraulic systems have to satisfy all the following criteria and the local working environment.

A typical hydraulic oil system consists of a pump, control valves and pistons.

Applications include land, sea, and air transport, electrical and machine tools, robots, and brake systems. We also have biodegradable oils for operation in sensitive areas such as the sea bed or wind energy farms.

The diversity of oil hydraulic systems, and applications, has resulted in the development of a wide range of lubricants and fluids. The viscometric and thermal properties of a hydraulic oil are important, as well as the fluid being almost totally incompressible, and very pure for high filterability.

Publishing, Branding, Product Placement and Advertorial on www.lubricants.co.ukThere are many formulations available to give optimum solutions in widely differing situations.

Both Mineral oils and Synthetic oils may offer a range of properties, including

  • Low temperature sensitivity
  • Low compressibility
  • Compatibility with sealing materials
  • High filterability
  • Higher thermal stability
  • Low internal friction
  • Good anti-stick properties
  • Good hydrolytic stability
  • Increased fire resistance
  • Biodegradability
  • Compliance with foodstuff regulations etc.

We know we can provide you with the correct hydraulic oil and please have a look at our industries pages index to see all the various industries that we supply. Otherwise just fill in the tell us what you want form or e-mail us. We are also available on 01943 601 431.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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