|INSPECTION INFORMATION||TEST METHOD||TYPICAL VALUE|
|Gravity, ºAPI||ASTM D287||28.31|
|Specific Gravity @60ºF (15.6ºC)||ASTM D4052||0.88854|
|Viscosity @ 40°C cSt||ASTM D445||218.7|
|Viscosity @ 100°C cSt||ASTM D445||18.95|
|Viscosity Index||ASTM D2270||98|
|Pour Point °C (°F)||ASTM D5950||-21ºC (-6ºF)|
|Phosphorus, wt. %||ASTM D5185||0.003|
|Sulfur, wt. %||ASTM D4951||0.011|
|Sulfated Ash, wt. %||ASTM D874||0|
|Nitrogen, wt. %||ASTM D4629||0.0164|
Duragard® Industrial Turbine R&O BB-220 Inhibited Circulating Oil is a premium quality oil formulated with ultra-refined, High Viscosity Index (HVI), paraffinic base oil designed to meet the requirements of Steam Turbines, and Gas Turbines. It has a robust additive package that helps to eliminate the formation of varnish and sludge, and possesses unsurpassed rust and corrosion protection, and due to the high-quality blend, a film strength that simply cannot be achieved using conventional mineral base oils. It has excellent class leading thermal stability, efficient and effective operation over a wide range of temperatures, promotes extended equipment life, and it has outstanding resistance to oxidation related to extended run time. It readily separates from water and has extraordinary resistance to foaming and provides for reduced water contamination in Gas or Steam powered Turbines.
Duragard® Industrial Turbine R&O BB-220 Inhibited Circulating Oil is primarily used in applications for continuous reuse in circulation lubrication systems for gears and bearings. The Turbine R&O AA-320 Circulating Oil is resistant to the effects of prolonged elevated temperature exposure and perform very well in circulating systems with short oil residence times. Exceptional anti-wear properties result in better equipment performance which improves production capacity while reducing breakdowns. They are used in applications using splash, bath and ring oil arrangements and all other application methods involving pumps, valves and auxiliary equipment. They are recommended for use in hydraulic systems where higher viscosity oils are specified.