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Motomaster MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil

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What's the difference between iso 32 and iso aw32?

Are either of these equivalent to Exxon Nuto HD32? If not, do you have a product that is equivalent?
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
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jenalms
on MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil
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ISO 32 and ISO AW 32 are both ISO grades 32. The AW simply refers to “anti-wear”. It is a descriptor and may or may not be present – it’s optional. For example Exxon Nuto H is ISO 32 and is also an anti-wear hydraulic oil.
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answered 2 years, 5 months ago
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Can this be used in stead of CaseIH Hytran?

asked 2 years, 4 months ago
by
GarlicFarmer
on MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil
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You should be using our Motomaster TDH Fluid (0280215 for 5L jug or 0280217 for 20L pail) for this application.
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answered 2 years, 3 months ago
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Re: AW 46 Hydraulic oil Inspection data

What are the following data ratings of the AW46 Hydraulic oil;

-API Gravity
-Flash point C.
-Viscosity cSt@40C
-Viscosity cSt@100C
-Vicosity Index
-Pour point C.
asked 1 year, 8 months ago
by
Slem
on MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil
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-API Gravity Density = 0.872 Kg/L
-Flash point C. 230C (Cleveland Open Cup)
-Viscosity cSt@40C 46cSt
-Viscosity cSt@100C 6.7cSt
-Vicosity Index 97
-Pour point C. > -15C
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answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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Can this oil be used to top up the hydraulic reservoir on a YALE lift truck ?

asked 1 year, 5 months ago
by
WJTdist
 - Markham
on MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil
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If the manual for the lift truck or the nameplate on the lift truck indicate that an ISO 32 hydraulic oil is required, then Certified Hydraulic AW 32 is appropriate. However, Yale also lists ISO 46 and SAE 10W hydraulic oils, so the requirements of the specific lift truck model must be known. ISO 32 and SAE 10W are typically interchangeable.
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answered 1 year ago
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who manufactures this oil for certified?

shell ect?
asked 1 year, 2 months ago
by
frazerandiel
 - Edmonton, AB, Canada
on MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil
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Shell Canada.
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answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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Is this a non-detergent oil?

We need an SAE 10W non-detergent oil for our compressor. I believe that SAE 10W oil is the same as ISO 32? Is this oil non-detergent?
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
by
Anonymous
on MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil
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Certified Hydraulic AW 32 is a non-detergent hydraulic oil. ISO 32 is approximately equivalent to SAE 10W
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answered 1 year ago
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Can this oil be used in a Champion 20 Ton Gas Powered Log Splitter (#60-3885-2)?

 
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asked 11 months ago
by
sylvaing
on MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil
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Certified Hydraulic AW 32 is suitable for use in all equipment where an ISO 32 viscosity grade antiwear hydraulic oil is specified or required. The recommendation of the equipment manufacturer should always be followed when selecting lubricants and fluids for the equipment.
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answered 11 months ago
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Is AW46 Hydraulic Oil compatible with Ford M-2C48-A. For an older Ford Backhoe Hydraulic System

asked 7 months ago
by
Backhoe
on MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil
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No. the product required by Ford according to the specification is a Tractor Hydraulic Fluid like Shell Spirax S4 TXM.
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answered 7 months ago
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Can Cdn Tire hydraulic oil 32 in lieu of Caterpillar Hydro 10W?

asked 1 month ago
by
Anonymous
on MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil
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The answer is no. The MotoMaster AW Hyd oil is not suitable for the Cat Hydro application. We would recommend that you use the Spirax S4 CX 10 wt.
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answered 4 weeks, 2 days ago
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Whats the differance between AW32, AW46 & AW68?

If it is the viscosity of the oil, then what is the application for each?
asked 6 years ago
by
patty59
on MotoMaster Hydraulic Oil
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The difference between these oils is their viscosity. They can be described as Hydraulic oil containing rust and oxidation inhibitors and anti-wear (AW) additives. They are graded according to ISO industrial standards for viscosity. Hydraulic AW 32 is less viscous than AW 46 which is less viscous than AW 68. Hydraulic pumps vary in their application and should specify which ISO viscosity grade oil is recommended for use in their operating manuals
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answered 5 years, 9 months ago
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alex2052
 - toronto
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