EPF 262 is a synthetic hydraulic fluid suitable for use at pressures up to and in excess of 200,000 psi.
• Good compatibility with nitrile seals
• Good lubricity
• Low viscosity
• Low flammability
• Very low chemical reactivity
• Electrically non-conductive
• Non-corrosive, and non-hygroscopic
EPF 262 is a clear liquid similar to a light hydraulic oil. Unlike oils, which solidify at about 80,000 psi, EPF 262 remains liquid at pressures in excess of 200,000 psi.
EPF 262 has none of the drawbacks common to most other fluids used at high pressures, such as poor seal compatibility, high flammability or promotion of corrosion.
EPF 262 type fluid, also known by the old trade name Plexol® 262, has been used successfully at very high pressures for many years.
Five gallon pails
Fifty-five gallon drums
Private labeling available for bulk purchases.
Plexol is a registered trademark of Rohm & Haas
Volumetric swell at room temperature after immersion for 11,600 hours:
Nitrile: good, 12%
EPDM: fair, 20%
Viton: poor, 100%
May cause swelling and blistering of PVC.
|Boiling point: 210-221°F
||Specific gravity: 0.923
|Flash point (COC): 400°F
||Evaporation rate: N/A
|Vapor density (Air=1): 12.8
||Solubility in water: Negligible
|Vapor pressure (@ 300°F) <0.006”
|Viscosity @ 25°C 19.5 CPS
Skin contact: repeated or prolonged skin contact may cause skin irritation.
Eye contact: may cause slight eye irritation in susceptible people.
Ingestion: may be harmful if swallowed. May irritate mouth, throat and stomach.
Inhalation: may cause dizziness. Avoid inhaling a fine mist that may form from a high pressure leak
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