Parker It is advised to use Super O-Lube, a silicone-based fluid, with all rubber products. Super O-Lube has a wider temperature range of use and, in most situations, will offer the elastomer better environmental protection. on avoid damaging the seal, only a thin layer of Super O-Lube should be applied on silicone rubber. It is advised for use in vacuum and high pressure systems because it is very moisture resistant and won’t clog micron filters. Between moving parts, Super O-Lube’s outstanding lubricating qualities aid to reduce friction and wear.
This is crucial for hydraulic systems since components like O-rings and seals need to flow smoothly and encounter little resistance. This lubricant is designed to work well in a wide temperature range, from very low temperatures to high temperatures. Even under demanding operating conditions, it maintains its stability and consistently supplies lubrication. resistant to a variety of chemicals and fluids used in hydraulic systems on a regular basis. This resistance aids in shielding components from deterioration or harm brought on by contact with possibly corrosive chemicals.
Two lubricants are offered by Parker O-Ring Division to make o-ring installation simpler. First, Polyacrylate, Vamac, Neoprene, Fluorosilicone, Nitrile, HNBR, Polyurethane, Fluorocarbon, Aflas, Hifluor, and Parofluor O-ring materials are all advised to use Parker O-Lube, a petroleum-based lubricant. Both the seal and the surfaces it will travel across are coated with a thin coating.
It is advised for low speed, rotational or oscillating applications and low pressure pneumatic systems because it combines strong surface adhesion with water resistance. Parker OLube should not be used in systems with micronic filters or in contact with seal materials like silicone, butyl, or ethylene propylene that are not meant to be used with petroleum oil. Take into account such applications