SF-600 SYNTHETIC HIGH TEMPERATURE CHAIN OIL


GENERAL DESCRIPTION :

SF-600  is a high temperature lubricant which has been specifically formulated with synthetic base stocks having unusually high temperature lubricating capability.  Careful selection of additives result in a fluid which resists high temperature decomposition and prevents the formation of sludge or carbon normally produced by petroleum based products.  This results in longer equipment life, less maintenance, better efficiency, while costly downtime is significantly reduced.

RECOMMENDED USAGE :

SF-600 is excellent for tenter frame ovens, ceramics production and glass production.  It is equally recommended for paint curing ovens, paper manufacturing, plywood production and can also be used as a bearing lubricant in high temperature environments.

PROVEN BENEFITS :

  • Excellent high temperature oxidation resistance.
  • Superior thermal stability for prolonged lubricant life.
  • Extremely low volatility/less lubricant consumption.
  • Outstanding anti-wear properties/reduced chain drag.

PROPERTIES :

TYPICAL VALUE


TEST METHOD

A B C
Viscosity CST


ASTMD-445
100 ° C 13 16 48
40 ° C 180 220 450
Pour Point (° C) -28 -10 -10 ASTM D-97
Flash Point (° C) 286 286 286 ASTM D-92
Specific Gravity, 60/60° F



(15.6/15.6 ° C) 0.965 0.965 0.965 ASTM D-1298

THERMAL STABILITY OF SELCO SF-600

V/S A COMETITIVE SYNTHETIC CHAIN LUBRICANT


COMPETITIVE  SYNTHETIC CHAIN            LUBRICANT SELCO SF-600
Viscosity increase, 210 ° F.(98.9 ° C), % + 6.40 + 2.59
Wt. Loss, % - 4.67 - 0.98

1.      Test samples maintained at 300 ° C. (140 ° C.) for 48 hrs.

THERMOGRAVIMETRIC EVALUATION OF SELCO SF-600

AND A COMPETITIVE SYNTHETIC CHAIN LUBRICANT


COMPETITIVE  SYNTHETIC CHAIN            LUBRICANT SELCO SF-600
Temperature, ° C (° F) @

10% sample weight loss 280 (536) 320 (608)
50% sample weight loss 325 (617) 365 (689)
90% sample weight loss 345 (653) 385 (725)

1.      Test sample temperatures were increased at a rate of 10 ° C. (50 ° F)/min. in a nitrogen atmosphere.