Applications: HVI 46 and HVI 68 are premium grade high viscosity index hydraulic oils recommended for hydraulic Excavators of Tata–Hitachi, L & T, Komatsu, etc. They are also suitable for off-road mobile construction and forestry equipment such as backhoes, bulldozers, crawlers, skid-steer loaders and motor graders. These oils can also be used for chain drives and compressor crankcase lubrication. Both the oil blends possess excellent shear stability and can withstand a wide range of temperatures. Standards: Hydraulic Oils HVI 46 and HVI 68 are blended with special additives that reduce wear, rust, oxidation and impart good hydrolytic stability and water separation properties. These blends conform to performance specifications as per DIN 51524-3:2017- 06; Hannifin (Denison) HF-0, HF-1, HF-2; Eaton-Vickers I-286-S, M-2950-S, (brochure 03-401-2010); GM LS-2; Five Cincinnati P-68, P-69, P-70; JCMAS HK; US Steel 127, 136; ISO 11158 and SAE MS1004. Advantages: Hydraulic Oils HVI 46 and HVI 68 provide excellent protection against rust, wear and corrosion. Their high viscosity index, thermal and oxidative stability, anti-foam and air release properties ensure smooth operation and system efficiency across a wide range of temperatures. The blend is particularly effective in protecting system components at cold startup and high operating temperatures. Besides multi-metal compatibility, it is also compatible with seals used in hydraulic systems. It prevents internal hydraulic system corrosion and reduces adverse effects of moisture in systems, thus resulting in longer service life of the system.
Turbol 32, 46, 57 and 68 are premium quality turbine oils designed for turbines and hydraulic systems that require a very long drain interval with a dependable lubricant. These oils are recommended for lubrication of turbo-compressors and suitable also for lubrications of plain as well as journal type bearings in steam, gas and water turbines. Standards: Turbol turbine oils are formulated using high quality paraffinic base stock. Each grade of Turbo oils meet OEM turbine specifications as per BHEL and GE. They also conform to IS:1012-2002 (Reaffirmed to 2013), BS:489-1983 and German Standard DIN 51515 Part I. Advantages: Turbol turbine oils possess very high oxidation and chemical stability to resist corrosive action. They also have excellent demulsibility, antifoaming and anti-wear properties that provide effective protection from rust and corrosion. These oils also enable the release of entrained air from the system, thus preventing possible cavitations, air locks, etc. which usually impact turbine efficiency. These advantages add up to high thermal stability and in turn longer service life of the system.
Quenching Oils are a series of heat treatment fluids, each with a different viscosity, for various metal quenching objectives. The series includes Quenching Oil 39I, 39L, 39LI, 42L, 43L and 45HL. Of these, 39I and 39L are formulated using Group II base oil and are general purpose quenching oils. 39L is of low viscosity. 39LI has higher flash point and low volatility. 42L is a compounded type quenching oil with low viscosity. 43L and 45HL are additive type quenching oils with low viscosity range. Standards: Quenching Oils are blended using solvent refined base oil with specially selected additives and conform to performance specifications as per BIS:2664-1980 (reaffirmed 2014) compounded type. Advantages: Quenching Oils enable accelerated quenching through proper and controlled cooling and impart uniform hardness to quenched components. These oils possess excellent thermal and oxidation stability. They also have high flash and fire properties. Minimal losses due to evaporation, hence reduced top-ups and low volatility hence reduce consumption, making them cost effective. They also reduce sludge formation and minimize oil thickening making the oils effective for longer periods.