Oil-in-Water Hydraulic Fluid Definition

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Oil-in-Water Hydraulic Fluid Definition

Oil-in-water: These fluids consist of very small oil droplets dispersed in a continuous water phase. These fluids have low viscosities, excellent fire-resistance, and good cooling capability due to the large proportion of water. Additives must be used to improve their inherently poor lubricity and to protect against rust.

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