Industrial & Hydraulic Oils

 

CHEVRON ARIES® ISO 46, 100, 150, 220, 320 are designed to give maximum protection to percussion rock drills. They are formulated from highly refined, high viscosity index, paraffinic base stocks and additives, which provide all of the performance characteristics expected of a superior rock drill oil Chevron Aries lubricants are formulated to meet the critical lubrication demands of percussion rock drills. Their superior extreme pressure performance provides protection for the rock drill piston, rifle bar and nut against the heavy shock loads typical of rock drill service. The adhesiveness and emulsification tendency of these oils provide a tenacious lubricant film on the rock drill’s moving parts which will not be washed off by incidental water that is common in the compressed air which drives the piston in this application. These oils also provide excellent rust and corrosion protection, which is important in light of the corrosive environments in which many rock drills are used. additives and are completely ashless, minimizing environmental and disposal considerations. Additionally, since rock drills are frequently used in mining environments where ventilation is limited, the low odor and toxicity of these lubricants are added benefits. 
APPLICATIONS: Chevron Aries lubricants have proven excellent in all air-operated tools, such as jackhammers, drifters, etc. The additive package provides many performance characteristics, which lend themselves well to the lubrication of enclosed gears, and all types of industrial plain and anti-friction bearings. Their tacky quality makes them suitable for oncethrough applications; e.g. lubrication of chain drives. They meet the performance requirements of many rock drill manufacturers, such as Ingersoll-Rand, Gardner- Denver, Sullivan, etc.  Chevron Aries 46, 100, 150, 220 and 320 meet all of the specifications of Ingersoll-Rand and Sullivan for light, medium and heavy rock drill oils.

 

 

CHEVRON CANOPUS® 13, 68 are high quality, high viscosity index uncompounded oils with excellent water separating characteristics. Chevron Canopus oils possess good natural thermal and oxidation stability. Their high viscosity index makes them suitable for use over a wide temperature range. In a circulating oil system, compressor, or lightly loaded gear case, they will maintain a high film strength, protecting metal parts. Lubricant-related deposits will be kept to a minimum due to the excellent stability of these oils. System contaminants such as dirt and moisture can be easily removed from these oils by proper filtration. Chevron Canopus 68 is certified by NSF and is acceptable as a lubricant where there is no possibility of food contact (H2) in and around food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements of appropriate use, ingredient review and labeling verification.

APPLICATIONS Chevron Canopus oils are recommended for use in many circulating oil systems, as cylinder lubricants in double-acting reciprocating compressors, and for the lubrication of both cylinders and running gears of single-acting compressors. Because of their compatibility, Chevron Canopus oils are good for flushing lubricant systems as well. Chevron Canopus oils can be used for hand oiling. Their high viscosity index makes them suitable for use over a wide temperature range.

Do not use Chevron Canopus in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed. 

 

 

CHEVRON CAPELLA® WF ISO 32, 68 oils provide maximum wear protection to any refrigeration compressor or system in which they are used. Chevron Capella WF oils are manufactured using specially refined naphthenic mineral oils. Carefully selected base stocks assure the exceedingly low pour points necessary for refrigeration compressor lubricants. They are highly refined and specially treated to resist the sludging action of refrigerants in the presence of high temperature and metal catalysts.

APPLICATIONS Chevron Capella WF oils are suitable for use in any refrigeration system. They are particularly suitable for modern, compact, high pressure refrigeration systems using Freon. Since they are wax-free, they are suitable for use in very cold ambient temperatures as a bearing lubricant or for 

 

 

CHEVRON CLARITY® HYDRAULIC OILS AW ISO 32, 46, Oils AW are designed to give maximum protection to hydraulic pumps in highperformance industrial applications as well as in environmentally sensitive areas.They are formulated with ISO SYN® base stocks and an ashless (“zinc-free”) additive system that provides superior oxidation stability, water separability, foam suppression, and protection against wear, rust and corrosion. They are designed to meet or exceed the performance requirements of conventional antiwear hydraulic oils, especially in severe, high-output applications such as axial piston pumps, while providing an additional level of safety in case of leaks or incidental discharge to the environment. Chevron Clarity Hydraulic Oils AW are long-life lubricants, with dramatically longer TOST (oxidation stability) lives than conventional hydraulic fluids. A longer TOST life equates to longer service life, which improves the customer’s bottom line. This level of oxidation stability is especially applicable in high efficiency (high speed, high temperature, high output) applications where severe stress is placed on the hydraulic fluid. Many hydraulic systems are required to operate in environmentally sensitive areas where leaks or spills of hydraulic fluid may result in contamination of the soil or nearby waterways. Conventional antiwear hydraulic oils are formulated with metal-containing performance additives which will persist in the environment in the event of leaks. Vegetable-based hydraulic oils meet the environmental requirements, but fall short of the

performance requirements.  

APPLICATIONS Chevron Clarity Hydraulic Oils AW are designed for use in mobile and stationary hydraulic vane-, piston, and gear-type pumps. The antiwear performance of these oils makes them especially suited for high performance industrial applications utilizing axial piston pumps where pressures may exceed 5000 psi. The zinc-free formula makes it perfectly suited for applications involving yellow metals found in axial piston pumps. They are well suited for applications situated in environmentally sensitive areas. Chevron Clarity Hydraulic Oils AW have shown excellent performance in applications involving servovalves using multimetal components. The ashless formulation of Chevron Clarity Hydraulic Oils AW passes the acute aquatic toxicity (LC-50) criteria adopted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Chevron Clarity Hydraulic Oils AW meet the requirements of:• Denison HF-0, HF-2• Cincinnati Machine P 68 (ISO 32), P-70 (ISO 46), P 69 (ISO 68) • Eaton-Vickers for use in M-2950-S (mobile) and I-286-S (stationary) hydraulic systems. Passes Eaton-Vickers 35VQ25 pump test. Chevron Clarity Hydraulic Oils AW is certified by NSF and is acceptable as a lubricant where there is no possibility of food contact (H2) in and around food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds

Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements of appropriate use, ingredient review and labeling verification. Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed.

 

 

CHEVRON CLARITY® SYNTHETIC HYDRAULIC OIL AW is designed to give maximum protection to both mobile and stationary hydraulic pumps in high-performance industrial applications as well as in environmentally sensitive areas. Chevron Clarity Synthetic Hydraulic Oil AW is formulated with a synthetic base stock and an ashless, zinc-free additive system that provides superior oxidation stability, water separability, foam suppression, and protection against wear, rust and corrosion. Chevron Clarity Synthetic Hydraulic Oil AW is designed to meet or exceed the performance requirements of conventional antiwear hydraulic oils, especially in severe, high-output applications such as axial piston pumps, while providing an additional level of safety in case of leaks or incidental discharge to the environment. Chevron Clarity Synthetic Hydraulic Oil AW is a long-life lubricant, with a dramatically longer oxidation stability life (ASTM D 943, Turbine Oil Stability Test) than conventional hydraulic fluids. A longer oxidation stability life equates to longer service life, which improves the customer’s bottom line. This level of oxidation stability is especially applicable in high efficiency (high speed, high temperature, high output) applications where severe stress is placed on the hydraulic fluid. Many hydraulic systems are required to operate in environmentally sensitive areas where leaks or spills of hydraulic fluid may result in contamination of the soil or nearby waterways.

Conventional antiwear hydraulic oils are formulated with metal-containing performance additives which will may persist in the environment in the event of leaks. Vegetable-based hydraulic oils meet the environmental requirements, but fall short of the performance requirements. Hydraulic Oil AW meets the low acute aquatic toxicity criteria of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It is inherently biodegradable.

APPLICATIONS : Chevron Clarity Synthetic Hydraulic Oil AW is designed for use in mobile and stationary hydraulic vane-, piston-, and gear-type pumps. The antiwear performance of Chevron Clarity Synthetic Hydraulic Oil AW makes it especially suited for high  performance industrial applications utilizing axial piston pumps where pressures may exceed 5000 psi. It has a viscosity index much higher than typical conventional antiwear hydraulic oils, provides excellent flow at low temperatures, and good oil film protection at high operating temperatures.

 

 

CHEVRON CLARITY® SYNTHETIC MACHINE OILS ISO 100, 150, 220, 320, 460 Oil combines our proprietary ashless formulation with the superior performance properties of polyalphaolefin (PAO) synthetic base oils. This combination provides greatly enhanced thermal and oxidation stability. In addition, the high viscosity index of the PAO base oils offers greater lubricant film thickness than mineral oil-based products at high operating temperatures. Chevron Clarity Synthetic Machine Oils also offer excellent EP properties, allowing them to be used as EP gear lubricants.  Chevron Clarity Synthetic Machine Oils have excellent demulsibility (water separating ability) and wet filterability, as defined by the Pall Filterability Test. Chevron Clarity Synthetic Machine Oils can be combined with mineral oil products for recycling purposes. They provide longer lubricant life due to superior oxidation stability, resulting in less lubricant usage, and reduced disposal.

Chevron Clarity Synthetic Machine Oils pass the LC 50 aquatic toxicity test.

 APPLICATIONS: Chevron Clarity Synthetic Machine Oils may be used inthe following applications:

• Extreme temperature bearing and circulating oil systems

• Gear boxes

• Dryer section accessories

• Moisture profiler

• Calender rolls

• Crown control rolls

• Oil heated rolls

• High temperature air compressors

• High pressure hydraulic pumps

 

 

CHEVRON CYLINDER OILS W ISO 220, 460, 680 Oils W are designed to meet the needs of emulsifying cylinder oils. Chevron Cylinder Oils W provide excellent metal wettability. The combination of oil emulsibility and metal wetting characteristics result in lower oil consumption rates and improved oil lubricity in the presence of wet steam or water. The metal wetting assures an effective lubricant film on the cylinder walls and pistons of steam pumps and engines, and also provides the oiliness properties which are extremely important in lubricating the sliding worm gear surfaces in worm drive gear cases. 
APPLICATIONS : Compressor manufacturers often recommend cylinder oils for compressor cylinder lubrication. The oiliness of Chevron Cylinder Oils W provides a metal wetting characteristic that resists the washing action of water and maintains a tenacious oil film on the surface of the compressor cylinder. The lower viscosity of Chevron Cylinder Oil W ISO 220 makes it suitable for this application in colder climates. Chevron Cylinder Oil W ISO 460 is recommended for  moderate service applications where steam pressures will not exceed 150 psi and temperatures vary between 171°C to 204°C (340°F to 400°F). Chevron Cylinder Oils W ISO 680 is a higher viscosity lubricant recommended for steam pressures up to 300 psi and temperatures from 218°C to 302°C (425°F to 575°F). Chevron Cylinder Oils W are ideal choices for worm gears. Chevron Cylinder Oils W are recommended for use in underground brine pumps at geothermal power generation facilities. Chevron Cylinder Oils W ISO 220, 460, and 680 meet the requirements of ANSI/AGMA 9005-D94 for AGMA Lubricant Numbers 5, 7 Compounded, 8 Compounded, and 8A Compounded, respectively. Chevron Cylinder Oils W ISO 460 and ISO 680 are certified by NSF and are acceptable as lubricants  where there is no possibility of food contact (H2) in and around food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements of appropriate use, ingredient review and labeling verification. 

 

 

CHEVRON FORM OIL ISO 22 Oil is a high quality, lightly compounded lubricant which will do an excellent job as a concrete form oil where customers desire a quick clean break from the forms. Chevron Form Oil is a light colored oil manufactured using specially refined base oils. These base oils possess excellent natural low pour points, good “metal wetting” characteristics, and good natural film strength. Chevron Form Oil contains an oiliness additive that improves film strength under boundary lubrication.

APPLICATIONS:  Chevron Form Oil is an excellent concrete form wetting agent. It can be used on any form where a release agent is recommended. Chevron Form Oil is especially recommended for the manufacture of precast concrete structures, concrete pipe, and precast concrete curbs and beams .Chevron Form Oil, with the oiliness additive, does an excellent job in aluminum polishing. Chevron Form Oil is recommended for use by the steel industry as a rust preventive on sheet and plate steel, wire, and cold drawn bar stock in warehouse storage.

 

 

CHEVRON GLASS MACHINE OIL MV Chevron Glass Machine Oil MV is a machine oil designed for use in the glass manufacturing process. It is manufactured from highly refined mineral base oils and contains an additive package with antiwear, dispersant and detergent properties. It has a high viscosity index to assure good film strength between metal surfaces under moderate loads and temperatures. This film strength is further enhanced by the antiwear additive protection. The foam and aeration suppressant allows the quick release of entrained air, also improving film strength. 

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Glass Machine Oil MV is recommended as a machine oil and constant cushion oil for I.S. glass machines. It is also designed for use in linkage and gearboxes, central lubrication systems, mechanical gob distributors, blowhead and funnel cams.

 

 

CHEVRON GST® 2300 ISO 32, 46 oils are designed to meet the critical lubrication demands of: • combined cycle turbines • large heavy duty industrial gas turbines • gas and steam turbines with loaded gears. They are an excellent recommendation for many other industrial applications including air compression. Chevron GST 2300 oils are formulated with ISO SYN® base stocks. Higher temperatures in advanced gas and steam turbines require a circulating system oil with exceptional high temperature thermal stability, oxidation resistance and low sludging potential. Chevron GST 2300 oils have outstanding thermal and oxidation stability and excellent sludge control. Corrosion inhibition protects turbine shafts, gears and lubrication system parts from corrosion and rusting. Chevron GST 2300 oils have excellent water separability characteristics which allow these oils to maintain a high film strength coating on critical wear points of bearings and gear reducers and assure rapid removal of water contamination. Foam inhibition prevents sump overflow.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron GST 2300 oils are highly recommended for use in gas and steam turbines with and without loaded gearboxes. The following viscosity grades are formulated to meet the specified OEM requirements: Chevron GST 2300 ISO 32 • meets and exceeds — General Electric GEK-32568f, GEK-101941A, GEK 28143A, GEK-46506D, GEK-27070

— Siemens Westinghouse M spec 55125Z3 — Solar ES 9-224, Class II — Cincinnati Machine P-38 — British Standard 489:1999 — DIN 51515, L-TD and L-TG — ASTM D4304-00, Type I and Type II (EP) • is approved by Alstom against HTGD 90117 for non-geared and geared gas and steam turbines • is approved by Siemens against TLV 9013 04 for steam and gas turbosets with and without gearbox • replaces Chevron GST Oil EP ISO 32 Chevron GST 2300 ISO 46 • meets and exceeds — Solar ES 9-224, Class II — Cincinnati Machine P-55 — British Standard 489:1999 — DIN 51515, L-TD and L-TG — ASTM D4304-00, Type I and Type II (EP) • is approved by Alstom against HTGD 90117 for non-geared and geared gas and steam turbines • is approved by Siemens against TLV 9013 04 for steam and gas turbosets with and without gearbox • replaces Chevron GST Oil EP ISO 46 Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks, and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed. Do not use in breathing air apparatus or medical equipment.

 

 

CHEVRON GST® OILS ISO 32, 46, 68, 100 Oils are designed to meet the critical demands of: • gas, steam, and hydroelectric turbine bearing Lubrication • reduction gear lubrication in marine operations They are an excellent recommendation for many other industrial applications including air compression. Chevron GST Oils are formulated with ISO SYN® base stocks. Higher temperatures in advanced gas and steam turbines require a circulating system oil with exceptional high temperature stability. Chevron GST Oils have outstanding thermal and oxidation stability. Nonvolatile oxidation inhibition minimizes the evaporative loss of the inhibitors, a common problem with turbine oils where bearing temperatures are high and system capacities are limited. With retained oxidation resistance for long periods under high temperature conditions, Chevron GST Oils have proven they will provide longer oil service life and reduced turbine down time. Corrosion inhibition protects costly turbine shafts and gears from corrosion and rusting. Chevron GST Oils have excellent demulsibility characteristics which allow these oils to maintain a high film strength coating on critical wear points of bearings and gear reducers and assure fast removal of water contamination. Foam inhibition prevents sump overflow and erratic governor operation. 

APPLICATIONS: Chevron GST Oils are recommended for use in turbines of all types including gas, steam, and hydroelectric turbines, and marine gear turbine sets. The following viscosity grades are formulated to meet the specified OEM requirements: Chevron GST Oil ISO 32 • meets and exceeds — General Electric GEK-32568f, GEK 28143A, GEK-46506D, GEK-27070 — Ingersoll Rand specification for Centac Centrifugal Compressors — Solar ES 9 224 requirements for gas turbine oils — ASTM D4304, British Standard 489, and DIN 51515 standard organization requirements for new lubricants used in gas and steam turbines and auxiliary equipment • meets — Cincinnati Machine P-38 • is approved by — Alstom Power HTGD 90117 — Siemens Westinghouse M spec 55125Z3 — Siemens TLV 901304 Chevron GST Oil ISO 46 • meets — General Electric and Westinghouse requirements for marine gas turbine system oils.

Recommended by Siemens Westinghouse for reactor coolant pump motor bearings. — Siemens TLV 901304 — Solar ES 9 224 requirements for gas turbine oils — ASTM D4304, British Standard 489, and DIN 51515 standard organization requirements for new lubricants used in gas and steam turbines and auxiliary equipment — Cincinnati Machine P-55 • is approved by

— Alstom Power HTGD 90117 Chevron GST Oil ISO 68 • meets — meets General Electric, Alstom, Westinghouse, and other OEM requirements for hydroelectric turbines, land and marine steam turbines, and associated reduction gears — ASTM D4304, British Standard 489, and DIN 51515 standard organization requirements for new lubricants used in gas and steam turbines and auxiliary equipment — Cincinnati Machine P-54 Chevron GST Oil ISO 100 • meets — meets General Electric, Alstom, Westinghouse, and other OEM requirements for hydroelectric turbines, land and marine steam turbines, and associated reduction gears — ASTM D4304, British Standard 489, and DIN 51515 standard organization requirements for new lubricants used in gas and steam turbines and auxiliary equipment Chevron GST Oils ISO 32, 46, 68, and 100 are certified by NSF and are acceptable as lubricants where there is no possibility of food contact (H2) in and around food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements of appropriate use, ingredient review and labeling verification. Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed. Do not use in breathing air apparatus or medical equipment. 

 

 

CHEVRON HEAT TRANSFER OILS Grades 22, 46 are mineral-type transfer oils for use in secondary or indirect heating systems.

They are formulated with ISO SYN® base stocks. Chevron Heat Transfer Oils are nontoxic, noncorrosive, low odor level, excellent seal compatibility fluids that can absorb heat quickly and transport it to the material or fluid requiring heat. Their excellent thermal and oxidation stability provides long service life and clean heat exchanger systems. There are many uses of heat in processing materials. There are also many ways of transferring heat to the material or fluid that needs to be heated. Chevron Heat Transfer Oils are excellent for this purpose and offer many advantages. They can be used at low pressures. In most applications, the equipment required to apply the oils is relatively inexpensive. The application equipment can also be portable and, therefore, used where it is needed.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Heat Transfer Oils are recommended for use in heat transfer systems where fuel oil, gas, or electricity is used to heat a fluid, which then transfers the heat to the point of application. In closed, forced circulation systems equipped with expansion tanks, Chevron Heat Transfer Oil Grade 22 can be used with bulk oil temperatures up to 316°C (600°F) and skin temperatures up to 343°C (650°F) where good thermal stability and pumpability are required. Chevron Heat Transfer Oil Grade 22 is also ideal where high heat transfer rates combine with high flow rates, and for systems where repeated heating and cooling cycles are required. In closed or open systems, Chevron Heat Transfer Oil Grade 46 can be used where bulk oil temperatures do not exceed 288°C (550°F) and skin temperatures may be as high as 316°C (600°F). The oil surface in contact with air in open systems should not exceed 107°C (225°F). Copper and copper alloys should not be used in heat transfer systems with a hydrocarbon fluid unless air (oxygen) is excluded from contact with the fluid by hermetic sealing and/or an inert gas “blanket.”

 

 

CHEVRON HIPERSYN® OILS ISO 32, 46, 68, 100, 150, 220, 320, 460 are synthetic compressor, bearing, and gear oils. They provide outstanding thermal and oxidation stability, high viscosity index, high flash point, low pour point, and excellent hydrolytic stability. Chevron HiPerSYN Oils protect against rust, oxidation, and foaming, and have good antiwear properties. The natural thermal and oxidation stability of these lubricants, due to their high level of purity and refinement, has been further enhanced by their unique additive systems. The high thermal and oxidation stability reduces the formation of oxidation byproducts and acidic materials which will eventually cause deposits and varnish. They are able to withstand relatively high temperature operations for extended periods of time. They have very good demulsibility characteristics allowing quick release of moisture. They minimize entrained air, which could otherwise result in reduced lubricant film thickness and potentially lead to pump cavitation. Chevron HiPerSYN Oils pass the acute aquatic toxicity (LC-50) criteria adopted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Chevron HiPerSYN Oils are certified by NSF and are acceptable as a lubricant where there is no possibility of food contact (H2) in and around food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements of appropriate use, ingredient review and labeling verification.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron HiPerSYN Oils are formulated to provide outstanding lubricating qualities for air compressors, especially portable and stationary rotary, vane, and screw compressors. Chevron HiPerSYN Oils are recommended for industrial bearings and gears, such as worm gears, that require an R&O type synthetic gear oil. Chevron HiPerSYN Oils are designed for applications with wide operating temperature ranges. They are especially effective in high temperature applications, like sootblowers, where outstanding thermal and oxidative stability are required. Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed. Do not use in breathing air apparatus or medical equipment. 

 

 

CHEVRON HYDRAULIC OIL 5606A is manufactured from specially selected, highly refined, low viscosity and low pour point petroleum base stocks. It contains a superior, shear resistant viscosity index improver, which provides an extremely high viscosity index. It also contains an antiwear agent and an oxidation inhibitor. It contains a red colored dye to hasten identification. The low viscosity of the base stock used in this fluid and combined with a shear stable viscosity index improver provides the extremely high viscosity index (300+) which is critical for a lubricant or hydraulic fluid operating over the very broad temperature range of -54°C to 135°C (-65°F to 275°F). Since this is a conventional petroleum base stock, and not a synthetic, the low pour point is critical to minimize filter plugging. In addition, the antiwear additive and foam inhibitor help prevent pump cavitation and can extend both pump and servo valve life.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Hydraulic Oil 5606A is manufactured to be used broadly as a hydraulic medium in automotive and industrial equipment operating in unusually cold conditions such as the Alaska North Slope where conventional hydraulic oils are not suitable. Chevron Hydraulic Oil 5606A can be used in hydraulic systems employing synthetic rubber packing and seals. It is not to be used in systems designed for castor oilalcohol base fluids.  hevron Hydraulic Oil 5606A is not compatible or interchangeable with any synthetic type aviation hydraulic fluid. Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed. 

 

 

CHEVRON HYDRAULIC OILS AW ISO 32, 46, 68 are designed to give excellent hydraulic pump protection. They are formulated with refined paraffinic base oils. They provide excellent antiwear protection, oxidation and corrosion inhibition, as well as foam and aeration suppression. All grades have excellent demulsibility characteristics. Hydraulic systems, due to the nature of their operation, experience accelerated wear unless they are protected by clean, high quality antiwear hydraulic oils. Surging pressures in pumps and valves can increase metal-to-metal contact unless antiwear protection is present. The antiwear additives in Chevron Hydraulic Oils AW create a protective film on the metal surfaces. This protective film minimizes metal-to-metal contact, which is most severe in vane- and gear-type pumps. As hydraulic pressures increase over 1000 psi, the need for antiwear protection increases proportionally.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Hydraulic Oils AW are versatile lubricants available in ISO viscosity grades from 10 to 68. ISO 32, 46, and 68 are most commonly used for hydraulics with vane-, piston-, or gear-type pumps, especially where pressures exceed 1000 psi. They can also be used to lubricate lightly loaded reciprocating compressors and as general purpose shop lubricants for motors and bearings. Chevron Hydraulic Oils AW meet AGMA Specification 1 (ISO 46) and Specification 2 (ISO 68). Chevron Hydraulic Oils AW ISO 32, 46, and 68: • meet all major pump manufacturer requirements including Eaton-Vickers 35VQ25A for M-2950-S (Mobile) and I-286-S (Stationary), Denison HF-0/HF-2, Bosch Rexroth, and Racine Model S • meet Cincinnati Machine specifications P-68 (ISO 32), P-70 (ISO 46), and P-69 (ISO 68) • are certified by NSF and are acceptable as lubricants where there is no possibility of food contact (H2) in and around food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements of appropriate use, ingredient review and labeling verification. Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed.

 

 

CHEVRON HYDRAULIC SAFETY FLUID

Chevron Hydraulic Safety Fluid is a fire-resistant fluid designed for use in high pressure hydraulic systems where the requirements for fire resistance, pump wear protection and viscosity are satisfied by water-glycol fluids. Chevron Hydraulic Safety Fluid is a water solution of diethylene glycol containing antiwear agents and rust inhibitors. 

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Hydraulic Safety Fluid is recommended for use in: • Hydraulic systems with gear pumps (up to 2000 psi); vane  pumps (up to 2000 psi); axial piston pumps (up to 3000 psi); operating temperature below 65°C • Injection molding equipment • Metal die casting equipment • Hot metal presses • Welding machines • Hydraulic pressure guns • Hydraulic stretchers • Furnace and oven doors • Steel mill hydraulic equipment (slag granulators, down coilers in hot strip mills, tipping ladles, continuous casting equipment, etc.) • Mobile equipment operating in fire risk areas Chevron Hydraulic Safety Fluid meets or exceeds the following performance standards: • Factory Mutual (FM) requirements for a less hazardous hydraulic fluid in FM insured plants • HFC fluid classification.

 

 

CHEVRON RANDO® HD 10, 22, 32, 46, 68, 100, 150, 220, 320 are designed to give maximum hydraulic pump protection in mobile and stationary systems. They are formulated with ISO SYN® base stocks. Chevron Rando HD ISO 100, 150, and 200 are designed for all types of lubricant applications where a premium antiwear lubricant in their ISO viscosity grade is required, such as an AGMA Gear Lubricant or general machinery lubrication. Chevron Rando HD oils provide excellent: • antiwear protection • oxidation and corrosion inhibition • foam and aeration suppression.  Under moderate loads and temperatures, the high viscosity index of Chevron Rando HD oils assures good film strength between metal surfaces and is further enhanced by antiwear additive protection.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Rando HD ISO 10 and 22 can be used as spindle lubricants or as telemotor oils aboard ships. Chevron Rando HD ISO 32, 46, or 68 are recommended for:

• vane-, piston-, or gear-type pumps, especially where pressures exceed 1000 psi

• lightly loaded reciprocating compressors • motors and bearings Chevron Rando HD ISO 100, 150, or 220 are recommended for:

• hydraulic equipment reduction gears • reciprocating air compressors

• plain and antifriction bearings • circulating oil systems Chevron Rando HD oils are approved for:

• Eaton-Vickers 35VQ25A pump, M-2950-S (Mobile) and I-286-S (Stationary) (ISO 32, 46, 68)

• Denison HF-0/T6C, HF-2 (ISO 32, 46, 68) • Bosch Rexroth (ISO 32,46, 68)

Chevron Rando HD oils meet the requirements of: • Cincinatti Machine P-68 (ISO 32), P-70 (ISO 46), P-69 (ISO-68) • General Motors LS2 Specification, LH for anti-wear hydraulic fluids (ISO 32, 46, 68) • ANSI/AGMA 9005-D94, Industrial Gear Lubrication, for gear lubrication as rust and oxidation inhibited gear oils (ISO 46, 68, 100, 150, 220) • DIN 51524-2 Chevron Rando HD ISO 32, 46, 68, 100, 150, 220, and 320 are certified by NSF and are acceptable as lubricants where there is no possibility of food contact (H2) in and around food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements of appropriate use, ingredient review and labeling verification.  Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed.

 

 

CHEVRON RANDO® HD PREMIUM OIL MV is a versatile multiviscosity lubricant designed to give maximum protection to hydraulic pumps. It is formulated with ISO SYN® base stocks and contains a shear stable viscosity index improver. The multiviscosity feature of Chevron Rando HD  remium Oil MV allows even and continuous power transmission over a wide temperature range with a minimum of shudder, and increased accuracy. Hydraulic systems, due to the nature of their operation, experience accelerated wear unless they are protected by clean, high quality antiwear hydraulic oils. Surging pressures in pumps and valves can increase metal-to-metal contact unless antiwear protection is present. The antiwear additives in Chevron Rando HD Premium Oil MV plate out on the metal surfaces and minimize the metal-to-metal contact that is most severe in vane-, piston-, and gear-type pumps.As hydraulic pressures increase over 1000 psi, the need for antiwear protection increases proportionally.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Rando HD Premium Oil MV is recommended for hydraulic or circulating oil systems, including marine on-deck machinery, hydraulic actuated loading bins, or equipment that runs at various operating temperatures. Chevron Rando HD Premium Oil MV meets all major pump manufacturers’ requirements including: • Eaton-Vickers I-286-S, M 2950-S, 35VQ25A  • Racine Model S • Denison HF-0, HF-2 • Cincinnati Machine P-68 In a clean, dry environment, Chevron Rando HD Premium Oil MV typically meets a dielectric strength of 35 kV (ASTM D 877). Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed.

 

 

CHEVRON RANDO® HDZ 15, 22, 32, 46, 68, 100 are designed to give maximum protection to hydraulic pumps. They are formulated with ISO SYN® base stocks incorporating antiwear additives, oxidation and corrosion inhibitors, foam and aeration suppressants, and a shear stable viscosity index improver. Hydraulic systems, due to the nature of their operation, experience accelerated wear unless they are protected by clean, high quality antiwear hydraulic oils. Surging pressures in pumps and valves can increase metal-to-metal contact unless antiwear protection is present. The antiwear additives in Chevron Rando HDZ plate out on the metal surfaces. This plating minimizes metal-to-metal contact, which is most severe in vane-, piston-, and gear-type pumps. As hydraulic pressures increase over 1000 psi, the need for antiwear protection increases proportionally.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Rando HDZ are versatile lubricants available in multiviscosity ISO 15, 22, 32, 46, 68, and 100. The multiviscosity feature allows even and continuous power transmission over a wide temperature range with a minimum of shudder, and increased accuracy. They are recommended for hydraulic or circulating oil systems, including marine on-deck machinery, hydraulic actuated loading bins, or equipment which runs at various operating temperatures. Chevron Rando HDZ ISO 32, 46, and 68 meet all major pump manufacturers’ requirements including: • Eaton-Vickers I-286-S, M-2950-S, 35VQ25A • Racine Model S • Cincinnati Machine P 68 (ISO 32), P 70 (ISO 46), P 69 (ISO 68) • Denison HF-0, HF-2 In a clean, dry environment, Chevron Rando HDZ ISO 15, 22, 32, 46, 68, and 100 typically meet a dielectric strength of 35 kV (ASTM D 877). Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed. 

 

 

CHEVRON REGAL® R&O 115 and ISO 22, 32, 46, 68, 100, 150, 220, 320, 460, 680 provide rust protection, oxidation inhibition, and foam suppression. They pass the Fresh Water Corrosion Test (ASTM D 665, Procedure A), and the severe Synthetic Sea Water Test (ASTM D 665, Procedure B). The thermal and oxidation stability of these lubricants, due to their high level of refinement, has been further enhanced by their unique additive systems. The high thermal and oxidation stability also reduces the possibility of oxidation deposits or the generation of acidic material from oxidation. Chevron Regal R&O oils are able to withstand relatively high temperature operations for extended periods of time. They have very good demulsibility characteristics allowing quick release of moisture. They minimize entrained air which otherwise could result in low lubricant film strength between moving parts and pump cavitation.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Regal R&O oils ISO 32 through ISO 150 are recommended for use in electric motor bearings, air compressors, gears, hydroelectric turbines, steam turbines, marine turbines, and hydraulic systems (except heavy duty systems, where products such as Chevron AW Hydraulic Oils or Chevron Rando® are recommended). These products can also be used as a general purpose machine oil for shop use. Their multifunctional characteristics allow them to replace other special application lubricants, resulting in reduced inventory and operating cost. Chevron Regal R&O 32 • meets: — General Electric GEK 28143A, GEK 46506D — Alstom HTGD 90117 — Siemens TLV 901304 — ASTM D4304, British Standard 489, and DIN 51515 standard organization requirements for new lubricants used in gas and steam turbines and auxiliary equipment —  Cincinnati Machine P-38 Chevron Regal R&O 46 • meets: — General Electric GEK 28143A — Alstom HTGD 90117 — Siemens TLV 901304 — ASTM D4304, British Standard 489, and DIN 51515 standard organization requirements for new lubricants used in gas and steam turbines and auxiliary equipment — Cincinnati Machine P-55.

 

 

CHEVRON SHINGLE OIL is a straw colored, low viscosity oil designed for use as a shingle or shake dressing for shake roofs, wooden fencing, wood siding, and log homes. Chevron Shingle Oil penetrates the wood surface to enhance or replace natural oils and resins leached out by cyclical exposure to sun and rain. Although Chevron Shingle Oil retards the aging process, it will not renew wood that is already weather damaged.

APPLICATIONS: Loose dirt and debris should be removed before the oil is applied. The roof should be hosed with water 24 hours prior to application to lessen the possibility of over application. Alternatively, a licensed contractor can power wash the roof thereby removing weather damaged wood, allowing oil to absorb into new wood. Chevron Shingle Oil may be applied by brushing or spraying. The typical application rate is 150-300 square feet per gallon. Application rate depends on the type of wood and the rate at which the oil saturates the wood. Do not overapply — Over application may lead to shingle or shake “cupping” and the presence of oil in rainwater runoff. Do not add color pigments — as they will lump and settle out. Do not walk on treated surfaces — Chevron Shingle Oil is a petroleum oil and is slippery. Do not use on flat surfaces, such as decks. Properly licensed contractors may add certain chemicals, such as antifungal agents and other substances, to Chevron Shingle Oil. Be sure to find out what safety or health restrictions may apply to these additives. To prevent possible damage to foliage: • Avoid spraying in windy conditions • Avoid spraying directly on plants.

 

 

CHEVRON SYNTHETIC TURBINE OIL SGT Chevron Synthetic Turbine Oil SGT is a premium performance, synthetic polyol ester-based turbine lubricant for use in modified aviation-type gas turbines in stationary and marine service. A special additive system imparts excellent high temperature thermal and oxidation stability.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Synthetic Turbine Oil SGT has well over 2.5 million fired hours with excellent performance. It is designed for modified aviation-type gas turbines exposed to the most severe operating environment in non-aviation applications such as industrial power generation and marine propulsion. Chevron Synthetic Turbine Oil SGT is approved for:

• U.S. Military Specification MIL-PRF-23699F, Class STD • General Electric (D50 TF-1) LM 500, 1600, 2500, 5000 and 6000 models • Rolls Royce (Derby) RB 211, Avon, Olympus, Tyne and Spey models • Rolls Royce (Allison) 501 models • Turbomeca Makila TI model

Chevron Synthetic Turbine Oil SGT is compatible with other lubricants approved under MIL-PRF-23699F. Chevron Synthetic Turbine Oil SGT is compatible with metals, paints, coatings and elastomers such as Viton, Teflon, fluorosilicone and Buna N (NBR). Chevron Synthetic Turbine Oil SGT is not to be used in aircraft service. Chevron Synthetic Turbine Oil SGT is not recommended for gas turbines that require MIL-PRF-23699F, Class C/I (Corrosion Inhibiting) or HTS (High Thermal Stability).

 

 

CHEVRON SYNTHOLUBE® COMPRESSOR OILS ISO 32, 68, 100, 150 are synthetic diester-based, oxidation resistant, compressor oils.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Syntholube Compressor Oils are used for portable and stationary rotary screw, rotary vane, and reciprocating compressors. While specific manufacturer recommendations vary, the ISO 32 and ISO 68 grades are most commonly used for rotary compressors, while higher viscosity grades are preferred for reciprocating units. These oils can be used in compressors with the

following gases: process air, benzene, butadiene, carbon dioxide (dry), carbon monoxide, ethylene, furnace (crack) gas, helium, hydrocarbon gases, hydrogen, inert gases, methane, natural gas, nitrogen, propane, sulfur hexafluoride, and synthesis gas. Chevron Syntholube Compressor Oils can be used in contact with the following seals, paints, and plastics1: • Viton® • High nitrile Buna N

• Teflon® • Epoxy paint • Oil-resistant alkyd • Nylon • Delrin® • Celcon® These oils should not be used with: • Neoprene • SBR rubber • Low nitrile Buna N • Acrylic paint • Lacquer • Polystyrene • PVC • ABS Chevron Rando Syntholube Compressor Oils are certified by NSF and are acceptable as lubricants where there is no possibility of food contact (H2) in and around food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements of appropriate use, ingredient review and labeling verification. Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed. Do not use in breathing air apparatus or medical equipment. 

 

 

CHEVRON TEGRA® SYNTHETIC BARRIER FLUID is formulated to perform as a barrier fluid in dual mechanical seals. Manufactured from the highest quality polyalphaolefin base fluids, it provides protection against wear, oxidation, rust and corrosion, and foaming. It has a low viscosity and excellent friction reducing ability. The fluid provides excellent low temperature fluidity and high temperature stability for performance over a wide temperature range. Its light viscosity, high viscosity index, and friction reducing ability reduces high face wear and high operating face temperatures that can lead to blistering of carbon seal faces. Chevron Tegra Synthetic Barrier Fluid’s excellent oxidation stability, rust protection and foam inhibition provides protection to the seal under extreme conditions or in corrosive environments.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Tegra Synthetic Barrier Fluid is designed to meet the needs of a barrier fluid for dual mechanical seals per API Standard 682, Shaft Sealing Systems for Centrifugal and Rotary Pumps. Dual mechanical seals are used to control emissions of volatile air pollutants from industrial equipment. Leading seal manufacturers recommend the use of low viscosity synthetic fluids for extended seal life of API Standard 682 dual mechanical seals. Chevron Tegra Synthetic Barrier Fluid is compatible with a wide range of: • process liquids and does not contain impurities that could lead to catalyst poisoning should it enter the process stream. • seal elastomers, including Buna N, nitrile, Neoprene, polyacrylate, fluorosilicone, Hypalon®1, and fluorocarbon. It has a low Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) level, so that the barrier fluid itself will not be the source of volatile air pollutants in higher temperature applications. Use of Chevron Tegra Synthetic Barrier Fluid will provide very stable seal performance over a wide temperature range. Chevron Tegra Synthetic Barrier Fluid extends the life of the dual mechanical seal by reducing the operating face temperature and surface wear. 

 

 

CHEVRON TEGRA® SYNTHETIC COMPRESSOR OILS ISO 32, 46, 68, 100, 150 are synthetic compressor lubricants formulated with the highest quality polyalphaolefin (PAO) base fluids. They provide excellent thermal and oxidation stability, high viscosity index, high flash point, low pour point, and excellent hydrolytic stability. Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oils protect against rust, oxidation, and foaming, and have ashless antiwear properties. Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oils are designed to meet the requirements of modern higher output, more efficient compressors. These units are more compact and operate at higher speeds than older compressors, resulting in higher temperatures. As temperatures increase, deposit formation on valves and air separators can also increase. Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oils provide the performance demanded by these compressors. Users will experience minimal carbon, varnish, and sludge deposits on valves and air separators. Exceptional oxidation stability extends crankcase drain intervals many times compared with those obtained with mineral oils. Compressor operators realize a reduction in equipment downtime and used oil disposal costs. Valve cleanliness is maintained by the excellent thermal and oxidation stability and low carbon-forming tendencies of this product. Clean valves minimize recompression, increase compressor  efficiencies and reduce maintenance shutdown costs. Compressor users can obtain substantial savings in maintenance and lubrication costs by converting to Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oils. Savings will be realized with extended oil drain intervals. Because of low volatility, fluid consumption is reduced. In addition, they will find compatibility with paints, seals, plastics, and other types of construction materials. Risks from potential fires and explosions are reduced with Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oils. The lower carbon-forming tendencies and the higher flash points, fire points, and autoignition temperatures all contribute to improving compressor safety.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oils are formulated to provide superior lubricating qualities for most compressors, especially portable and stationary rotary vane and screw compressors as well as single-stage, two-stage, and multistage reciprocating compressors. While specific manufacturer recommendations vary, the ISO 32 and ISO 68 grades are most commonly used for rotary compressors, while higher viscosity grades are preferred for reciprocating units. Since reciprocating compressors require both a crankcase lubricant and a cylinder lubricant, Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oils are formulated to meet this dual requirement.

The formulation technology incorporated in these compressor fluids has been used successfully in reciprocating and rotary screw compressors from Ingersoll-Rand, Quincy, Sullair, Atlas Copco, and Gardner-Denver. Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed. Do not use in breathing air apparatus or medical equipment. 

 

 

CHEVRON TEGRA® SYNTHETIC COMPRESSOR OIL HC is a synthetic compressor lubricant. It is formulated to meet the demands of reciprocating compressors for gases other than air. It is formulated with the highest quality polyalphaolefin (PAO) base fluids. PAO has inherent properties, such as excellent thermal and oxidative stability, high viscosity index, high flash and fire points, natural friction reducing ability, and excellent low temperature fluidity, which make Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oil HC especially well suited for the lubrication of compressor cylinders. The ashless nature of Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oil HC makes it nonpoisonous to catalysts. The purity and thermal stability of this lubricant will substantially reduce the formation of sludge, deposits and sticky residues on compressor discharge valves, piping, and aftercooler tubing.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oil HC is designed to meet the needs of cylinder lubrication in reciprocating compressors for inert gases (e.g. nitrogen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide, etc.) or for hydrocarbon gases (e.g. ethylene, propylene, propane, butane, etc.). The synthetic properties of Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oil HC reduce the problems associated with dilution by liquid hydrocarbons and by gas absorption at high pressures. Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oil HC meets U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements, 21 CFR 178.3570, and is suitable for lubrication of ethylene and propylene compressors involved in the manufacture of polymeric food packaging. Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oil HC is certified by NSF and is acceptable as a lubricant where incidental food contact may occur (H1) in and around food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements of appropriate use, ingredient review and labeling verification. Chevron Tegra Synthetic Compressor Oil HC meets the specifications of: • Dresser-Rand Type 3 Oil • Cooper Bessemer Grade 60 Oil.

 

 

CHEVRON TURBINE OIL SYMBOL 2190 TEP Was developed primarily as a circulating system oil for marine gear turbine sets. Chevron Turbine Oil Symbol 2190 TEP provides mild extreme pressure protection as well as resistance to rust, oxidation, corrosion, and foaming. Chevron Turbine Oil Symbol 2190 TEP has outstanding thermal and oxidation stability which allows it to withstand the high temperatures found in turbine bearing and gear lubrication. The foam inhibition prevents the buildup of foam in the sump tank with possible vent pipe overflow. Its excellent stability, high viscosity index, and rust and corrosion inhibition assures high film strength lubrication for gears and bearings, as well as rust and corrosion protection. Together, these qualities mean both long lubricant and equipment life.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Turbine Oil Symbol 2190 TEP is recommended for use in marine turbine reduction gears, where heavy tooth loading and shock loads are encountered. The extreme pressure properties enable Chevron Turbine Oil Symbol 2190 TEP to meet the requirements of MIL-PRF-17331J. Do not filter through Fuller’s Earth-type filtration systems since this would deplete the additive package. Do not use in high pressure systems in the vicinity of flames, sparks and hot surfaces. Use only in well ventilated areas. Keep container closed. 

 

 

CHEVRON WAY LUBRICANTS ISO 32, 68, 220 are high quality lubricants designed to meet the critical lubrication demands forthe slides and ways of machine tools. Chevron Way Lubricants are formulated with high quality base stocks and an additive system that provides extreme pressure and antiwear protection, foam suppression, thermal stability, and demulsification. These lubricants provide an unusual adhesive or tacky quality. Chevron Way Lubricants reduce leakage and adhere to metal surfaces providing a tenacious lubricant film. Due to their adhesiveness, these oils form a tenacious film which resists being wiped away by the slowly moving parallel surfaces of the way or being washed away by cutting fluids. Chevron Way Lubricants are friction modified to meet the exacting lubrication demands for the slides and ways of machine tools. Their inherent low coefficient of static friction eliminates “stick-slip” or jerky motion of sliding parts on machine tools, which increase operating efficiency of the tools and smoother overall operation. Chevron Way Lubricants provide excellent way oil separation from the metalworking coolant in the reservoir, reducing the adverse affect of tramp oil on the coolant stability.

Their antiwear and extreme pressure properties protect the sliding surfaces. These oils protect cast iron and bronze surfaces from rust and corrosion, and are resistant to oxidation to provide long lubricant life.  
APPLICATIONS: Chevron Way Lubricants have proven excellence in the lubrication of ways in many types of machine tools, e.g. lathes, planers, shapers, drilling and tapping machines, etc., including those operating at high loads. Chevron Way Lubricants have been successfully field tested in Okuma and Moriseiki machine tools. These oils perform well in the lubrication of enclosed

gears and all types of industrial plain and antifriction bearings. Additionally, their tacky quality makes these oils suitable for once-through applications, e.g. lubrication of chain drives. Chevron Way lubricants meet the requirements of: • Cincinnati Machine under their P-53 (ISO 32), P-47 (ISO 68), and P-50 (ISO 220) specifications for way lubricants. • General Motors LS2 Specification LW for way lubricants (ISO 68, 220).

 

 

CHEVRON WAY OILS VISTAC® ISO 68, 220 provide extreme pressure and antiwear protection and have stringiness and oiliness characteristics. As indicated by part of the name, Vistac, these lubricants have an unusual adhesive or tacky quality. Chevron Way Oils Vistac reduce leakage and adhere to metal surfaces providing a tenacious lubricant film. Chevron Way Oils Vistac are formulated to meet the critical lubrication demands for the slides and ways of machine tools. Their inherent low coefficient of static friction eliminates stick-slip or jerky motion of sliding parts on machine tools which increase operating efficiency of the tools and smoother overall operation. Due to their adhesiveness, these oils form a tenacious film which resists being wiped away by the slowly moving parallel surfaces of the way or being washed away by cutting fluids. Their antiwear and extreme pressure properties protect the sliding surfaces. These oils also protect cast iron and bronze surfaces from rust and corrosion, and are resistant to oxidation to provide long lubricant life.

APPLICATIONS: Chevron Way Oils Vistac have proven excellence in the lubrication of ways in many types of machine tools, e.g., lathes, planers, shapers, drilling and tapping machines, etc., including those operating at high loads. These oils provide many performance characteristics that lend themselves well to lubrication of enclosed gears and all types of industrial plain and antifriction bearings. Their tacky quality makes these oils suitable for once through applications, e.g., lubrication of chain drives. If contamination with soluble oils is a problem, Chevron Way Lubricants are recommended. Chevron Way Oils Vistac meet the requirements of: • Cincinnati Machine P-47 (ISO 68), P-50 (ISO 220) specifications for way lubricants • Hardinge Groove Print Stain Test (ISO 68) Chevron Way Oils Vistac are certified by NSF and are acceptable as a lubricant where there is no possibility of food contact (H2) in and around food processing areas. The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements of appropriate use, ingredient review and labeling verification.