Pale oils are a base oil stock which are highly naphthenic in content (in contrast to the usually mainly paraffinic base oils. They are used in moderate temperature applications, mainly for manufacturing metal working fluids, greases and other industrial and anticorrosion fluids. They are excellent as a property balance for rubber compounding and ideal for processing polymers. These can also be used as resin extending and secondary plasticizer for PVC.
|Test||Test Method||specification||Typical Value|
|Viscosity, SUS at 100F||ASTM D2161||24354|
|Viscosity, SUS at 210F||ASTM D2161||193.9|
|Viscosity, cSt at 40C||ASTMD D445||3994|
|Viscosity, cSt at 100C||ASTMD D445||38.00||42.00||39.2|
|API Gravity, 60F||ASTM D4052||14.9|
|Specific Gravity, 60F||ASTM D4052||0.927||0.973||0.967|
|Density at 15C||ASTM D4052||0.968|
|Aniline Point, F||ASTM D611||170||180||175|
|Flash Point, F||ASTM D93||445||452|
|Sulfur, PPM||ASTM D2622||500|
|Pour Point F||ASTM D7346||85|
|Refractive Index||ASTM D1747||1.5264|
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