Maintenance oil OKS 600
mineral oil-basedfor marine applicationsfor the plastics industry

maintenance oil
maintenance oil
maintenance oil
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mineral oil-based
for the paper industry, for machine tools, for the glass industry, for foundry applications, for the packaging industry, for the plastics industry, for shipbuilding, for marine applications
Other characteristics
Operating temperature

Max.: 60 °C (140 °F)

Min.: -30 °C (-22 °F)


0.000003 m²/s

Pour point

64 °C (147.2 °F)


Low-viscosity light-coloured multipurpose oil for a wide range of applications in industrial maintenance and in the workshop field. Areas of application For cleaning and care of metal surfaces Dismantling rusted-in parts Protects electrical contacts Temporary corrosion protection for bare metal surfaces Elimination of squeaking noises Lubrication of friction points at moving machine parts Advantages and benefits Broad range of uses (6-fold action) Highly effective due to very good creep properties Also infiltrates strong oil and greasy soiling Good lubricating properties thanks to high oil percentage Displaces moisture Also available as spray version OKS 601 Technical specifications density (at 20°C): 0.81 g/cm³ salt spray test: > 50 h coefficient of friction SRV (μ): 0.09 (ball, disk) Applications For optimum effectiveness, first clean contamination away from surface mechanically. Apply OKS 600 generously with a brush, drip oiler, oil can or by immersion. Spray OKS 601 on. Allow to work in for time corresponding to depth of penetration required. If necessary, repeat the application several times. Apply in sufficient quantities for lubrication. Caution: Only mix with suitable lubricants. Industries No matter what industry you come from, we at OKS have the right solution for you.


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