Lukoil has improved its range of cold-weather hydraulic oils designed for Arctic conditions.
The new product, Lukoil GEYSER XLT 32, features improved stability of viscosity characteristics and resistance to mechanical loads at low temperatures owed to the improved combination of Lukoil's high-quality base oil and a special thickening agent.
Due to its higher viscosity index, the improved lubricant now demonstrates excellent stability of characteristics and ability to provide for fail-safe operation of special vehicles' mechanisms at temperatures as low as -60°?. It also protects components of hydraulic systems against wear and tear.
The demand for low-temperature hydraulic oils in Russia is continuously growing, finding major use in the hydraulic systems for timber harvesting equipment and special vehicles (excavators), as well as various industrial equipment operating in extreme cold weather conditions of the northern regions.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/14022020/lukoil-announces-new-hydraulic-oil-range/
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