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Category : Oil & Lubricants
Sub Category : Waxes, Oils & solvents
Product Name : Heat Transfer Oils
Product Details :
Powerzone Heat Transfer Oils (HT Oils) manufactured from an excellent solvent refined and fully hydrofinished paraffinic base oils. This product intended to have superior performance of high oxidation and thermal stability. Applications: These operate at high temperatures up to 300°C Advantages: • High heat transfer coefficient (Excellent heat transferring) • Reduced deposit formation • Low volatility (Low vapor pressure) • High viscosity- temperature dependency • Excellent oxidation control and deposit control technology • Excellent thermal efficiency at heat absorption and reduction • High themal stability provides long term operation, minimising cracking within the fluid which lowers viscosity and flash point • Volatility control in the fluid as well as minimising vapor pressure at high temperatures • Optimized flash point and volatility to minimise vapor pressure at elevated temperature Service Conditions: • The life of Powerzone HT Oils may differ based on the system designation and operation • The oil life can increase if the system is well designed and not subjected to abnormal work loads
Communication Address : POWERZONE SPECIALITY OILS & LUBRICANTS DIVISON
29/35, West Punjabi Bagh, Rohtak Road, New Delhi - 110 026, India. Phone: +(91)-(11)-42463501 / 42463502 / 25220767 Fax: +(91)-(11)-42463503, Email: powerzoneoils.sales@gmail.com, abhishekvig@hotmail.com
   



 
 
   
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