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Replacement for Shell 55 Gallon Hydraulic Oil - Tellus T 722

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Replacement for Shell 55 Gallon Hydraulic Oil - Tellus T 722

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    Viscosity @ 40°C, cSt
    20.8
    20.8
    Viscosity @ 100°C, cSt
    4.48
    4.48
    Viscosity Index
    130
    130
    Pour Point, °C
    -85 (-65)
    -85 (-65)
    Flash Point, COC, °C
    425 (218)
    425 (218)
    Specific Gravity, 15.6°C (60°F)
    0.821
    0.821
    Fire Point, °F (°C)
    475 (246)
    475 (246)
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Description

Shell Tellus T 722 compressor oil is an ashless hydraulic oil manufactured from top quality synthetic hydrocarbons. This oil was designed to meet the requirements of all types of hydraulic systems, and has been formulated with rust and oxidation inhibitors to protect against rust, wear and the formation of sludge. This oil was specifically developed for low temperature hydraulic applications and is approved by Bucyrus International, Inc. as a hydraulic oil in their (Bucyrus-Erie) 39R, 49R, and 59R Blast Hole Drills. Physical properties for this compressor oil include:

  • ISO Grade of 22
  • Specific Gravity of 0.821
  • Viscosity
    • 20.8 cSt at 40℃
    • 4.48 cSt at 100℃
    • 3298 cSt at -40℃
  • Viscosity Index of 130
  • Flash Point of 425℃ (218℉)
  • FZG Load Stage of
  • Fire Point of 475℃ (246℉)
  • Pour Point of -85℃ (-65℉)
  • Demulsibility of 40/40/0 (5 mins.)
  • Brookfield Viscosity of 3340cP at -40℃,
Shell Tellus T 722 compressor oil is recommended for extended fluid and component life in extreme cold temperature applications, including mobile and stationary hydraulic systems utilizing piston, vane and gear pumps operating over a wide range of pressures and temperatures.