Industrial Gear Oils

PARTHAN EP

PARTHAN EP

INDUSTRIAL GEAR OILS

Meets specifications:

PARTHAN EP grades meet IS: 8406-1993, USS 224, AGMA standard 250.04, DIN 51 517 part 3, IPSS 1-09-003-82 and CINCINNATI MILACRON P-63, P-77, P-57, P-35. PARTHAN EP grades are approved by ABBABL projects for their various equipments

Application

These oils are recommended for all heavy duty enclosed gear drives with circulation or splash lubrication system operating under heavy or shock load conditions, plain and antifriction bearings subjected to shock and heavy loads. The grades give dependable performance for continuous service at operating temperature upto 110°C. These oils are also suitable for spray lubrication systems requiring extreme pressure properties.

Special Features

These are premium quality oils manufactured from high quality base stocks fortified with extreme pressure additives, antifoam, antirust and antioxidation agents, thereby they have excellent oxidation resistance and thermal stability. PARTHAN EP grades contain phosphorous and sulfur as extreme pressure agents. These are non-corrosive to copper and copper alloys.

Physico-chemical properties

  PARTHAN EP
68 100 150 220 257 320 460 680 1000 1500
Viscosity, cSt @ 40°C 62-72 95-100 135-160 210-240 250-270 300-340 440-475 625-700 950-1000 1450-1550
Viscosity Index 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90
Flash Point COC, °C, min. 210 220 220 220 220 220 230 220 220 220
Pour Point, °C, Max (-)6 (-)6 (-)6 (-)6 (-)6 (-)6 (-)3 (-)3 0 0
Timken OK load, kg, 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60
FZG, Rig Test, Passes 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

 

 

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