TURBINOL 32, 46, 68

Recommended for lubrication of steam, gas & hydraulic turbines & can be used in hydraulic systems requiring very long life lubricant of outstanding properties.

Description

Application areas:

Recommended for lubrication of steam, gas & hydraulic turbines & can be used in hydraulic systems requiring very long life lubricant of outstanding properties.

Performance benefits:

  • Excellent oxidation and chemical stability
  • Properly balanced combination of oxidation & rust inhibitors and antifoam agents
  • Excellent demulsibility and quick release of entrained air gives prolonged service life

Special Features

TURBINOL grades are premium quality lubricating oils designed to provide efficient and trouble-free service in precision industrial machinery having most exacting lubrication requirements. The excellence of TURBINOL grades is the combined result of selected stable base oils, efficient refining methods and effective additives

Physico-chemical properties

Unit HPCL TURBINOL
32 46 68
Kin. Viscosity @ 40°C, cSt mm2/s or cSt 31.26 45.63 65.3
Viscosity Index 107 107 114
Flash Point, COC °C °C 220 220 228
Pour Point, °C °C (-)15 (-)15 (-)15
Neutralization No.(TAN) mgKOH/g 0.1 0.09 0.09
Rust preventive Characterstics Passes Passes Passes
Oxidation Stability, TOST life hours >7500 >7500 >7500
Oxidation Stability, TAN after 1000 hrs TOST mgKOH/g 0.1 0.13 0.28
Oxidation Stability, RPVOT minutes 1000 1000 1000
Demulsibility @ 54°C 40-37-3 minutes 40-40-0(5) 40-40-0(5) 40-40-0(10)
Foaming Tendency / Stability

Sec I @ 24°C

Sec II @ 93.5°C

Sec III @ 24°C

 

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Air release Value @ 50°C time in minutes sulphur content Minutes 3.5 3.5 4.7
FZG Load Bearing
characterstics (only for turbines with gears), Fail load
stage, min, DIN 51354
10th 10th 10th
Cleanliness, NAS 1638 HDPE
Barrels
6 6 6

Note : Product can be supplied at Cleanliness levels meeting NAS 6 in HDPE Barrels HPCL TURBINOL Meets SIEMENS TLV 9013/04-01, ALSTOM HTGD 90117, GEK 107395, GEK 101941A, GEK 32568F, GEK 28143A, Russian 11120 & ISO-8068 L-TSA/L-TGB /L-TGB /L-TGSB /L-TSE /L-TGB /L-TGF /LTGSE; MITSUBISHI MS04-MA-CL001; BHEL Haridwar Specifications
TURBINOL Grades are also available in non ISO VG viscosity grades like 57 and 77. While TURBINOL 57 is used in some steam and hydraulic turbines; TURBINOL 77 is used as suspension bearing oil in diesel electric locomotives. TURBINOL 77 oil is fed to the suspension bearing (journal bearing) by wick mechanism.

Physico-chemical properties

TURBINOL
57 77
Viscosity, Kinematic, cSt, (@40°C) 57 77
Viscosity Index, Min 95 95
Flash Point (COC), °C, Min 215 215
Pour Point, °C, Max. (-)6 (-)6
Copper Strip Corrosion @100°C, 3Hrs. 1 1
Rust Test, A & B Passes
Emulsion Characteristic, At 54°C, ml In 25 Minutes 40-40-0

APPROVALS

Approved by BHEL, APE BELLIES INDIA LTD., DLF Energy Systems, SIEMENS AG, GERMANY, GEC ALSTHOM, UK, and TRIVENI ENGINEERING for their various turbines.

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