The BP Energol™ HLP-HM hydraulic oil range are based upon highly refined mineral oil enhanced with a stabilised zinc additive system.
Energol HLP-HM has been specially formulated to provide good anti-wear and thermal stability performance using the very latest additive technology. The careful blend of additives with a high quality base stock ensures that Energol HLP-HM has excellent hydrolytic and oxidative stability while exhibiting a minimal tendency to produce sludge and deposits. In addition, Energol HLP-HM provides corrosion protection to ferrous and yellow metal components found within a hydraulic system. This range is designed for use in industrial hydraulic systems which require anti-wear protection. It is also suitable for other duties in which lubricants of high oxidation stability and lubrication performance are required, such as lightly loaded gears, variable speed units and bearings. The Energol HLP-HM range is fully compatible with elastomer materials commonly used for static and dynamic seals, such as nitrile, silicone and fluorinated (e.g. Viton) polymers. Energol HLP-HM is classified as follows: DIN 51502 classification – HLP ISO 6743/4 – Hydraulic Oils Type HM Energol HLP-HM grades meet the requirements (for appropriate viscosity grade) of: DIN 51524 Part 2 Cincinnati Lamb (Milacron) P 68-69-70 Denison (Parker Hannafin) HF-0 US Steel 126 & 127 Eaton (formerly Vickers) I-286-S & M-2950-S Bosch Rexroth RE90220 Advantages Good thermal and oxidative stability leads to longer operating life, reduction in lubricant costs and minimises deposit formation giving a cleaner system. • Excellent anti-wear performance gives wear protection and reduces downtime from unscheduled maintenance. • Good filterability characteristics (including in the presence of water), enables cost savings to be made from increased filter life and reduced maintenance. • Excellent water separation and hydrolytic stability means reduced down time through prolonged lubricant life and increased equipment reliability.
|Flash Point (in C)||200|
|Pour Point (in C)||-30|
|Viscosity at 100C||5.44|
|Viscosity at 40C||32|
You may calculate the viscosity of the oil at various temperatures based on ASTM D341. This uses the two sets of calibration data that we already have in order to calculate the viscosity at any temperature. You may input multiple temperatures at once, seperated by comma.
|Format||Type||File name||Language||File size|
|PDS||Energol HLP-HM.pdf||English||105 KB|
0 out of 1 users found this information useful