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Synthetic Thermally Stable Biodegradable Hydraulic Oil (ISO 32/46)
Denison HF0, HF1, HF2, Vickers M-2950-S, I286-S, and Cincinnati Milacron P-68, P-69 and P-70
AMSOIL TBI incorporates very high quality synthetic base oils that provide thermal stability, even though they are biodegradable. This oil also contains anti-wear additives that have been thoroughly tested and qualified against stringent hydraulic oil standards including Denison HF0, HF1, HF2, Vickers M-2950-S, I286-S, and Cincinnati Milacron P-68, P-69 and P-70. TBI provides optimum protection for your hydraulics because it prevents wear of the pump and prevents rust of critical components. TBI contains anti-oxidants that increase the life of the oil and it contains foam inhibitors that quickly release air from the oil.
TBI outperforms vegetable oil-type, biodegradable hydraulic oils because it is based on high quality, synthetic oil chemistry that lasts longer and withstands heat better. This ensures problem-free operation.
TBI is essentially compatible with typical hydraulic oils and small amounts of contamination (lines, residue) is acceptable. However, it is recommended that systems be drained prior to installing TBI. Excessive system contamination will minimize its biodegradability effectiveness.
TBI is especially well suited for applications where environmental contamination due to leaking or blown hydraulic lines presents an environmental hazard.
TBI has been tested and found compatible with Nitrile (Buna-N), Poly Acrylate, Flourocarbon (Viton) and Silcone seals which are commonly found in hydraulic systems. Consult your AMSOIL sales representative or AMSOIL INC. when dealing with systems containing seals not listed.
The ability of TBI to extend drain intervals and excel in performance is subject to operating conditions and maintenance practices. Monitoring by oil analysis is recommended.