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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
Syndustrial ® R&O Oil   Phillips 66 Lubricants Rust Preventives and Corrosion Inhibitors Synthetic Diester Lubricant For Air Compressors & Some Turbines; Rust & Oxidation Inhibited. Syndustrial R &O Oil is a premium quality, synthetic diester lubricant developed for use in air compressors and select steam turbines operating under severe-service conditions...
item-1276 Fluorosilicone   Arizona Sealing Devices, Inc. O-rings systems. Primarily for static sealing applications. Temperature Range: Standard Compound: -75 ° to +400 °F. Hardness (Shore A): 40 to 80. Features: Fluorosilicone is most often used in aerospace applications for systems requiring fuel and/or diester-based lubricant resistance up to 400 ° F...
Shaded Pole Aluminum Frame Unit Bearing Motors   Fasco AC Motors wear protection, protection against rust and corrosion, and resistance to foaming. Also available, an oil with optimum flow characteristics at sub-sero temperatures. (ISO grades 10/15 or 68) synthetic diester-based lubricant formulated to offer extended lubrication over a wide temperature range...
1053705   Parent Petroleum Co. Hydraulic Oils and Transmission Fluids larger image. Syndustrial R&O Oil is a premium quality synthetic diester lubricant developed primarily for use in reciprocating and some rotary air compressors operating under severe-service conditions, and in moisture-free environments. It is particularly recommended for use in applications where...

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  • Ester / Diester Fluids
    Fluids are based upon phosphate ester, dibasic ester, polyol ester, silicate ester or diester compounds. Phosphate esters and other synthetic fluids tend to have the highest fire resistance and cost. They are generally used in a diluted form with concentrations from 3% to 10%. Synthetic fluids
  • Medical Device Link . Clear, Radiation-Tolerant, Autoclavable Polypropylene
    polypropylenes were homopolymers stabilized with small quantities of phenolic antioxidants and large amounts of sulfide diester secondary antioxidants. These materials did discolor slightly after irradiation. The modern resins that are most successful in withstanding irradiation exhibit reduced crystallinity

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