Naftas ® Lubricants

Turbine oil

Naftas® turbine oil, steam, gas or combined, works in the harshest conditions:
Water and particulate contamination.
Very hot weather.
Any of these factors can compromise turbine performance, resulting in costly downtime and maintenance. To address these issues, Naftas® has retrofitted turbine oils with hydrocracked base oils and special additives.
Our new turbine oils are formulated to provide better resistance to oxidation, sludge, and varnish formation. To develop some of the most efficient turbine oils in the energy sector, we started with high-quality base oils and blended them with extremely effective additives. As a result, we have received a very high-quality turbine oil for you.

Products are packed in barrels with a capacity of 205 L

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Turbine oil

With the ultimate formula for all kinds of turbines

Naftas® turbine oils are high-performance lubricants that provide outstanding lubrication, protection, and performance.
Extreme pressure characteristics help provide high film strength to protect gears and bearings engaged in heavy-duty service.
The following are a few of their primary advantages:

  • Outstanding oxidation resistance and thermal stability for long service life
  • Protects against sludge and varnish formation
  • Excellent wear protection for gears and bearings
  • Protects against rust and corrosion
  • Excellent water-separating properties
  • Resists the formation of emulsions and bacteria buildup
  • Good foam resistance
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AW Class Turbine oil

Typical Properties ISO 32ISO 46ISO 68
ISO Grade 324668
Specific Gravity @ 60°F 0,8620,8680,872
Density, lbs/gal @ 60°F 7,187,237,26
ColorASTM D15000,50,50,5
Flash Point (COC), °C (°F)ASTM D92220 (428)231 (448)243 (469)
Pour Point, °C (°F)ASTM D97-39 (-38)-36 (-33)-30 (-22)
ViscosityASTM D445   
cSt @ 40°C 324668
cSt @ 100°C 5,46,88,8
Viscosity IndexASTM D2270102102102
Acid Number, mg KOH/gASTM D9740,10,10,1
Air Release, minutesASTM D34272,22,22,2
Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs @ 100°CASTM D1301a1a1a
Demulsibility, minutes to passASTM D1401151515
Foam Test, Seq. I, mLASTM D8920/00/00/0
Four-Ball Wear, Scar Diameter, mmASTM D41720,50,50,5
FZG Scuffing Test, Failure Load StageASTM D5182101010
Oxidation Stability    
TOST, hoursASTM D943-04a>10,000>10,000>10,000
RPVOT, minutesASTM D2272>1,800>1,800>1,800
Rust TestASTM D665 A&BPassPassPass
Cleanliness CodeISO 4406:199918/16/1318/16/1318/16/13
Water, ASTM D1533, wt %0,0015000

Licenses & Approvals

Turbine Oil meets the requirements of the following industry and OEM specifications:
ABB G12106
• Alstom Power HTGD 90 117, for turbines with gear drives
• ASTM D4304-06a, Type II Turbine Oil
• British Standard 489
• Cincinnati Machine P-38 (ISO VG 32)
• DIN 51515 Part 1, Lubricating Oils, Type L-TD
• DIN 51515 Part 2, Lubricating Oils, Type L-TG
• DIN 51517 Part 2, Lubricating Oils, Type CL
• DIN 51524 Part 1, Hydraulic Oils, Type HL
• DIN 51524 Part 2, Anti-wear Hydraulic Oils, Type HLP
• Elliott ring-oiled turbines, where mineral-based turbine oil is specified
• General Electric GEK 101941a, GEK 107395a, GEK 32568k, GEK 46506e,
GEK 27070 (obsolete), GEK 28143a (obsolete)
• Siemens Power Generation TLV 9013 04, TLV 9013 05
• Siemens Westinghouse 21T0591 (obsolete), 55125Z3 (obsolete)
• Solar Turbines ES9-224, Rev. AA, Class II Turbine Oil
• U.S. Military MIL-PRF-17672D, Symbol 2075 T-H (ISO VG 32), 2110 T-H
(ISO VG 46), 2135 T-H (ISO VG 68)
• U.S. Steel 126