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Phillips 66 Ecoterra Hydraulic Oil 32

Phillips 66® Ecoterra Hydraulic Oil is a high-quality, zinc-free antiwear hydraulic oil specifically developed for use in industrial and mobile equipment operating in environmentally sensitive areas.

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    Detailed Product Description

    Phillips 66® Ecoterra Hydraulic Oil is specially formulated for reduced environmental impact in case of leaks or spills. It is non-toxic to fish and aquatic species as determined by OECD Test Method 203 1-12, and is classified as inherently biodegradable by the OECD Test Method 301B. It passes the visual “no sheen” requirements of the U.S. EPA Static Sheen Test.

    Features & Benefits

    • Non-toxic to aquatic organisms
    • Inherently biodegradable
    • Does not contain zinc or other heavy metals
    • Excellent oxidation resistance and thermal stability
    • Protects against rust and corrosion
    • Excellent water-separating properties
    • Good foam resistance
    • Lower-cost alternative to synthetic biodegradable hydraulic fluids


    • Hydraulic equipment used in environmentally sensitive areas, such as national parks, wildlife refuges, ski resorts and other recreational areas
    • Hydraulic equipment in amusement parks and zoos
    • Hydraulic jacks and other equipment in machine shops
    • Oil drilling rigs and offshore platforms
    • Chain drives
    • Electric motor bearings
    • Service station lifts
    • Hydraulic systems where the equipment manufacturer specifies an ashless, zinc-free antiwear hydraulic oil

    Licenses & Approvals

    Ecoterra Hydraulic Oil meets the requirements of the following industry and OEM specifications:

    • Bosch Rexroth RE 90220, Type HLP
    • DIN 51524 Part 2, Antiwear Hydraulic Oils, Type HLP
    • Eaton-Vickers I-286-S, M-2950-S
    • German Steel Industry SEB 181222
    • ISO 11158:1997, Family H (Hydraulic Systems), Type HM
    • Parker Hannifin (Denison) HF-0, HF-1, HF-2
    • U.S. EPA/U.S. Coast Guard Static Sheen Test, Federal Register Vol. 58, No.41
    • U.S. Steel 127