Synthetic lubricants and typical applications


Synthetic lubricants and typical applications

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Synthetic lubricants and typical applications
synthetic lubricant typical uses
dibasic acid esters instrument oil, jet turbine lubricant, hydraulic fluid
phosphate esters fire-resistant hydraulic fluid, low-temperature lubricant
silicones damping fluid, low-volatility grease base
silicate esters heat transfer fluid, high-temperature hydraulic fluid
polyglycol ether compounds synthetic engine oil, hydraulic fluids, forming and drawing compounds
fluorol compounds nonflammable fluid, extreme oxidation-resistant lubricant
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