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RAILROAD 413

   
   

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ADV2039 Corrosion-Inhibitor

ADV 9903A Anti-Foam

ADV 8602 Pour Point Depressant

ATF CVT FLUID

TRANSMISSION FLUID 30 T0-4

ATF SPIII 1L

ATF T-IV

Group III 8 CST

Group III 6 CST

Group II 500N

Group II 150N

CHAINSAW OIL 68

CHAINSAW OIL 100

CHAINSAW OIL 150

CHAINSAW OIL 220

HFC Refrigeration Oil VG 68

POWER UP Refrigeration Compressor Oils are high performance fully synthetic lubricants specifically designed for the lubrication of refrigeration compressors and systems using ozone-friendly synthetic HFC refrigerants as well as recently developed HFO refrigerants and HFO/HFC blends with lower Global Warming Potential
than HFC's, including A1 and A2L refrigerants as per ASHRAE 34/ISO 817 safety classification.


   
   

DIESEL HEAVY DUTY CJ4

DIESEL HEAVY DUTY CI4 15W40

DIESEL HEAVY DUTY CF4 15W40

DIESEL HEAVY DUTY CF4 10W40

GEAR OIL GL4 75W-80

GEAR OIL GL4 75W-140

GEAR OIL SYN GL4 75W-90

GEAR OIL SYN GL4 75W-85

HEAT TRANSFER OIL

INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM CIRCULATING OIL 32

INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM CIRCULATING OIL 46

INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM CIRCULATING OIL 68

Muscle Tech 4T 10W40 Semi Synthetic SN JASO MA2

Muscle Tech 4T Fully Synthetic 5W30 SN JASO MA2

Power Up Eco Tech 4T 10W30 SM JASO MA

Power Up Eco Tech 4T 20W40 SM JASO MA

SWPF STAMPING AND WIRE DRAWING OIL stands for Stamping Oil, Wire Drawing Oil, Punching Oil and Forming Oil which can be cross-used. It is a multipurpose oil for 4 types of applications.

STAMPING, WIRE DRAWING, PUNCHING, FORMING OIL VISC 100

SWPF 100 is developed with highly refined mineral oil for the metal forming processes such as drawing, stamping and punching. It is formulated with a chlorinated additive to provide a stable lubricating film required in the forming of metals as well as acting as an anti-rust preservative. The heavy treat-rate of EP additives ensures sufficient protection to the form tool, resulting in a high standard of work finish as well as precision. Due to the presence of active sulfur, SWPF 100 is suitable for ferrous materials but is NOT recommended for the machining of copper, brass or bronze alloys.

STAMPING, WIRE DRAWING, PUNCHING, FORMING OIL VISC 68 (NON-FERROUS)

SWPF 68 is developed with a mixture of highly refined paraffinic mineral oil and natural ester for the metal forming processes such as drawing, stamping and punching. It is a natural oil-based lubricant that provides a stable lubricating film required in the forming of metals as well as acting as an anti-rust preservative. Enhanced with a heavy treat-rate of non-sulfur and non-chlorine EP additives ensures sufficient protection to the tool, resulting in excellent finish on the work piece. Besides metal forming, SWPF 68 is recommended for all steel, stainless as well as non-ferrous materials.

STAMPING, WIRE DRAWING, PUNCHING, FORMING OIL VISC 37 (NON-FERROUS)

SWPF 35 is developed with highly refined mineral oil for the metal forming processes such as drawing, stamping and punching. It is an inactive ester-based lubricant that is fortified with chlorinated additive to provide a stable lubricating film required in the forming of metals. The heavy treat-rate of EP additives ensures sufficient protection to the form tool, resulting in high standard of work finish as well as precision. Besides metal forming, SWPF 35 is recommended for all steel, stainless as well as non-ferrous materials.
 

STAMPING, WIRE DRAWING, PUNCHING, FORMING OIL SOLVENT BASED

 
SWPF SOLVENT-BASED is a low viscosity, solvent based fast evaporating fluid for use in light to medium duty stamping and punching applications. This product has high level of lubricity and offers excellent finishing to the pressed metals without leaving any residue or oily film on the finished components. The fluid is virtually colorless and is most suitable for forming of copper, aluminum and light sheet metal. It can be used for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals and will not stain the material.




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