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TotalEnergies Equivis ZS46 Hydraulic Oil - 1000 Litres In An IBC

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Product Features

TotalEnergies EQUIVIS ZS 46 High Viscosity Index Anti-Wear Hydraulic Oils:
Equivis ZS range is a premium hydraulic fluid designed for high-pressure and high-temperature hydraulic systems. This lubricant is ideal for hydraulic systems subjected to extreme temperature variations and is perfect for equipment operating outdoors. It ensures easy start-up at low temperatures and consistent performance across all seasons, making it suitable for civil engineering, agriculture, marine, transport, and other industrial applications.

  • Hydraulic systems operating under high pressure and high temperature.
  • Equipment exposed to extreme temperature variations and outdoor conditions.
  • Suitable for civil engineering, agriculture, marine, transport, and various industrial uses.
  • High Viscosity Index for optimal performance.
  • Good shear stability ensures fluid integrity under stress.
  • Superior thermal stability prevents sludge formation even at high temperatures.
  • Excellent oxidation stability for a long service life.
  • High protection against wear ensures maximum equipment longevity.
  • Excellent hydrolytic stability prevents filter blocking.
  • Outstanding protection against rust and corrosion.
  • Good antifoam and air release properties.
  • Very low pour point for effective low-temperature performance.
  • Good demulsibility ensures rapid water separation.
  • ISO 6743/4 HV
  • ISO 11158 HV
  • DIN 51524 P3 HVLP
Typical Characteristics:

Properties Units Standards 46
Appearance  - Visual Clear Liquid 
Density at 15 °C kg/m3 ISO 3675 874
Viscosity at 40°C  mm2 /s ISO 3104 46
Viscosity at 100°C mm2 /s ISO 3104 8.2
Viscosity index  - ISO 2909 155
Open cup Flash Point °C ISO 2592 215
Pour point °C ISO 3016 -39
FZG A/8, 3/90 Stage DIN 51354 11
Shear resistance 250 cycles – Viscosity loss at 40°C % DIN 51382 5