General Pump Industrial Pump Oil Series 100 is a premium multi-purpose lubrication formulated to protect against rust and oxidation. It offers long service life and prevents sludge and varnish formation, even at high temperatures.
- General Industrial Oil possesses a high natural viscosity index. This means more constant operating characteristics over wide temperature range.
- Recommended for use in General Pump crankcases on systems requiring less than 25 BHP. Initial oil change after break-in period between 50 and 100 hours. Then every three months of 300 hours of operation thereafter. Check oil level in crankcase daily or before each use.
- Regular lubrication is the easiest, most efficient and least expensive element in preventive maintenance.
- For use in GP pumps requiring up to 25 BHP. Higher BHP pumps use Series 220 oil.
- Special anti-scuff and anti-wear agents extend the lives of gear, vane, radial piston and plunger pumps.
- Resists foaming and aeration.
- Highly resistant to oxidation that would result in sludge formation.
- Resistas formation of harmful oil water emulsions.
- Compatible with typically used seals and gaskets.
- High viscosity index (IV) means more constant operating characteristics over wide temperature ranges.
- Low pour point assures fluid flow during cold weather operation.
- Outstanding thermal and hydrolytic stability assures long oil life.
- Exceeds wear prevention requirements of all major hydraulic pump manufactures.
- Contains petroleum lubricant.
- Repeated skin contact can cause skin disorders.
- Repeated exposure to oil mist in excess of OSHA limit (5mg/m) can result in accumulation of oil droplets in pulmonary tissue.
- Wear appropriate protective clothing (including respirator) if necessary.
- Avoid excessive and prolonged skin contact.
- Wash hands thoroughly after handling.
- Avoid generation and inhalation of oil mists.
- In case of fire, use foam, dry chemical or carbon dioxide.
- In case of spill, do not use water, soak up with absorbent material.
- Part Number: 100295
- Cross Reference: BR-5864