Nulon ISO 68 Hydraulic Fluid is suitable for a multitude of hydraulic systems. The unique blend maintains optimum viscosity characteristics over a wide temperature, operating pressure and speed range making it suitable for stationary and mobile hydraulic systems.
Nulon ISO 68 Hydraulic Fluid is blended with a high quality hydro-cracked mineral base fluid and the latest high performance, thermally stable zinc anti-wear additives, along with anti-foam, anti-corrosion and oxidation inhibitors for sustained performance and protection.
The unique high stable zinc anti-wear additive reduces wear on components and protects working surfaces thus reducing equipment down time. The anti-corrosion additives protect the hydraulic system against rust formation due to water contamination or moisture absorption. This coupled with the oxidation inhibitors prevent the formation of harmful sludge, reduces varnish and oil thickening.
Suitable for use in the following manufacturers:
|KV @ 40°C (cSt)||68.57|
|KV @ 100°C (cSt)||9.135|
|Viscosity Index, ASTM D 2270||109|
|Density @ 15°C kg/L||0.8670|
|Air Release, minutes, IP313||4.30|
|Copper Corrosion @ 100°C, 3 hours, D130||1a|
|Pour Point, °C, ASTM D 97||-21|
|Rust Preventing Characteristics D665, Procedure B||Nil|
|Zinc content, Mass%||0.03|
Due to continued product research and development the information contained in this Product Bulletin is subject to change without notification.
Avoid skin contact with used oils. Wear suitable gloves. If skin contact occurs wash immediately with soap and water.
Protect the environment. Do not pollute drains, ground, or water with waste oil. Dispose of waste oil and container as per local regulations. Do not use container for fuel or solvents.
|P-68 P-69 P-70|
|HF-0 HF-1 HF-2|
|51524 part 2 51524 part 3|
Nulon hydraulic fluids do carry similar performance specifications but do vary in viscosity. ISO32, ISO46, and ISO68 are a measure of the fluids viscosity, the higher the number the thicker the fluid. Consult your machinery handbook to determine the viscosity recommendations of the equipment manufacturer.