Premium Paper Machine (PMO)

Outstanding quality paper machine oil with excellent thermal stability and filterability required for long service in high speed paper machines.
PETRONAS Premium Paper Machine Circulating Oil is a premium quality circulating oil formulated specifically to meet the challenge of the severe lubrication requirements in paper machines, at both the dry and wet end.
It is formulated from high quality base stocks and premium quality ashless additives which provide excellent wet and dry filterability, excellent thermal stability, superior corrosion and wear protection as well as excellent hydrolytic stability offering long term service and protection.
Customer Benefits
  • Excellent anti-wear additive system for good protection against wear for heavily loaded bearings.
  • Exceptional thermal and oxidation stability to help reduce formation of sludge and varnish which can lead to unexpected downtime.
  • Excellent filterability using high quality base oils and balanced additive package essential for ultra-fine filtration, even in the presence of water.
  • Excellent water separability characteristics to allow for rapid separation of water in circulating oil system reservoirs. This helps to prevent rust and ensures lubrication integrity.
  • Superior rust and copper corrosion protection using effective corrosion inhibitors. This helps extend equipment life resulting in overall lower costs.
  • Excellent hydrolytic stability to protect equipment corrosion even when water is present.
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Applications Recommended for use in circulating oil systems of paper machines, particularly those equipped with ultra-fine filters or those susceptible to water and chemical contamination.
Specifications Meets Voith VN-108 requirements
Product Typicals
Characteristics ISO Grade 150 ISO Grade 220
Density @ 15 °C, kg/l 0.8992 0.9038
Kinematic viscosity, cSt
@ 40 °C 150 220
@ 100 °C 14.36 18.53
Viscosity Index 96 96
Flash point °C 218 220
Demulsibility 40/40/0 (5) 40/40/0 (5)
Foaming
Sequence I 0/0 0/0
Sequence II 0/0 0/0
Sequence III 0/0 0/0


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