Base Oil SN 600
Base oil SN 600 is defined as a base oil at the upper end of the specifications for Grade I base oils. It is generally used in lubricant production. It is a Group I base oil which has undergone solvent refining processes. To finish the refining it was hydrogen treated to clear out any impurities.
SN 600 works as a base stock for several industrial lubricants
- Engine oils
- Transmission fluids
- Gear oils
- Metal working fluids
- Hydraulic oils
- Transformer oils
Technical Specifications :
|Kinematic Viscosit@100 C||ASTM D 445||cSt||12.5|
|Kinematic Viscosity@400 C||ASTM D 445||cSt||127.9|
|Viscosity Index||ASTM D 2270||_||87|
|Sulphur content||ASTM D 4294||%mass||0.761|
|Flash Point||ASTM D 92||C||262|
|Color||ASTM D 1500||_||L 3.0|
|Density@15 C||ASTM D 1298||Kg/L||0.0893|
|Water Content||ASTM D 6304||ppm||52|
|Pour Point||ASTM D 97||C||-6|
|Acid Number||ASTM D 974||MgKOH/gm||0.02|
Handling health & Safety :
Lubricants consisting of highly refined mineral oils with specification additives. In normal conditions of use, this lubricant presents no particular toxic hazard. All lubricants, of any kind should be handled with great care, particularly avoiding can contact with the skin.
Prevent any splashing, and keep away from combustible materials. Store under cover and away from any risk of pollution. Dispose off the used oil correctly; don’t pour down drains, into watercourses or the soil.