Group I Base Oil SN500 - Thailand
Base oilsExcelube Marketing markets high quality base oil SN500 and BS 150 from refinery in Thailand.
The lubricant base oils sold by Excelube under the SN classification are non-labelled GI base oils that are mainly used as the primary raw material in formulating lubricating oils for industry in general. They are paraffinic, with low polycyclic aromatic content (<3% PCA content). These base oils are obtained by direct distillation of highly paraffinic crude or by extraction with propane of the vacuum residue obtained with this type of crude These products, supported in suitable conditions of storage, in sealed containers and preserved from the water and other agents, does not suffer degradation. Nevertheless, from the commercial point of view, we can indicate that the shelf life is four years from the date of manufacture.
The main field of application for these base oils is the formulation of lubricating oils for automobiles, industry, maritime use, greases and other special applications. The wide range of viscosity levels of the SN series means it can cover all the most common lubrication needs of these applications.
|Characteristic||Unit||Test Method||Test Method||Results|
||Appearance||-||Visual||Bright & Clear||Bright & Clear|
||Colour||-||ASTM D1500||Max 2.5||L1.0|
||Density 15℃||g/cm3||ASTM D4052||Report||0.8860|
||Viscosity at 40℃||cSt||ASTM D445||Report||98.23|
||Viscosity at 100℃||cSt||ASTM D445||10.75-11.25||11.03|
||Viscosity Index||-||ASTM D2270||Min 95||96|
||Pour Point||℃||ASTM D5950||Max -9||-9|
||Flashpoint COC||℃||ASTM D92||Min 237||272|
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