What is the viscosity of Mobil SHC 634?
|Mobil SHC 600 Series||624||634|
|Viscosity Index, ASTM D2272||148||174|
|Pour Point, ºC, ASTM D5950||-57||-30|
|Flash Point, ºC, ASTM D 92||236||228|
|Density @ 15°C (60°F) (g/cc) ASTM D4052||0.85||0.87|
What weight is SHC 634?
Mobil SHC 634 Oil | McMaster-Carr. 32 oz. 5 gal.
What is SHC 634?
Mobil SHC 634 is a superb performing synthetic ISO Viscosity Grade (VG) 460 gear and bearing oil. It has a low traction coefficient relative to mineral oils and is generally compatible with other Polyalphaolefin based synthetics and mineral oils.
What is Mobil SHC 634 used for?
Mobil SHC 634 gear oil is designed to provide outstanding and balanced performance and longer oil life in demanding applications at high and low temperatures. The product is also resistant to mechanical shear, even in heavily loaded gear applications.
What is Mobil SHC?
Product Description Mobil SHC™ Gear Series is a line of exceptional performance, synthetic industrial gear oils designed to provide outstanding protection of gears and bearings, extended oil life even under extreme conditions, helping to enable problem-free operation of equipment and increased customer productivity.
What is SAE 140 gear oil?
SAE 140 meaning These are monograde oils which are mainly used at temperatures above freezing point. SAE 140 oils have no optimised cold flow behaviour and are more viscous at cold temperatures than winter oils. The number “140” refers to the kinematic viscosity of the gear oil at 100 °C.
What does SHC stand for oil?
The term synthetic hydrocarbon (SHC) is a general term. Several synthetic base oil types fall into the SHC category. These include PAOs and also relatively common polyisobutenes (PIB), which are sometimes used as oil additives or as base oils in two-stroke engines.
What is SHC gear oil?
Mobil SHC™ Gear Series is a line of exceptional performance, synthetic industrial gear oils designed to provide outstanding protection of gears and bearings, extended oil life even under extreme conditions, helping to enable problem-free operation of equipment and increased customer productivity.
How do you interpret viscosity index?
The viscosity index of a lubricant is determined by measuring the kinematic viscosity at 40°C and 100°C. These measurements are then compared to the results of two reference oils. A traditional mineral oil has a viscosity index between 95 to 100. The VI of a highly refined mineral oil (hydrotreated) can be up to 120.
What are some lubricants equivalent to Mobil SHC 634?
Gear lubricant equivalents to Mobil SHC 634 include BP Enersyn HTX 460 and Castrol Alphasyn T 320. Additional Mobil SHC equivalents include Elf Epona SA 320 and Shell Delima HT 320. BP uses poly-alpha-olefin fluids and sulphur/phosphorus anti-wear technology to produce the Enersyn HTX 460 gear oil.
What do Mobil SHC 626, 627, 629 and 630 do?
• Mobil SHC 626, 627, 629 and 630 are suitable for Oil Flooded Rotary Screw Compressors compressing natural gas, field gas gathering, CO2 and other process gasses used in the natural gas industry • Mobil SHC 629, 630, 632, 634, 636, and 639 are approved by Siemens AG for use in Flender gearboxes
Is the Mobil SHC 600 series compatible with mineral oil?
While Mobil SHC 600 Series are generally compatible with mineral oil based products, admixture may detract from their performance. Consequently it is recommended that before changing a system to one of Mobil SHC 600 Series products, it should be thoroughly cleaned out and flushed to achieve the maximum performance benefits.
Why does Mobil SHC 600 have low traction coefficient?
Mobil SHC 600 Series products have low traction coefficients relative to mineral oils which derive from the molecular structure of the base stocks used. This results in low fluid friction in the load zone of non-conforming surfaces such as gears and rolling contact bearings.