Low-viscosity base oils: Pilot®-Oils

    Low-viscosity base oils meet industry regulatory criteria as well as occupational safety and environmental protection regulations and technical requirements such as solution behavior, extreme temperature resistance, variable viscosities and outstanding, defined boiling behavior.

     

    Physical Properties

    Application

    Application low viscosity base oils

     

    Additives

    Fuel Additives & Flow Improver:

    Fuel Additives & Flow Improver in fuel prevent and remove deposits, enable lubricity and guarantee cold stability. For this purpose, the various additive components are pre-dissolved in a matrix and then stirred into the product.

    We recommend for fuel additives: Pilot® 140, Pilot® 900 and Pilot® 1200 

     

    Lubricant Additives:

    Similar to fuels, lubricants are also additivated to achieve certain performance characteristics. 

    →We recommend all our Pilot® Oils for lubricant additives

     

    Defoamers:

    Foam formation occurs in a variety of processes and must be reduced or eliminated. Low-viscosity middle distillates can be used as a good and inexpensive alternative to silicon-based products. Users of such formulated products include mining, breweries, the food industry, refrigeration, wastewater treatment and other wet processing.

    →We recommend Pilot® 261, Pilot® 900 and Pilot® 1200

     

    Paints & Coatings:

    Additives have also to be added to the formulation in pre-dissolved form for paints, varnishes and coatings.

    →We recommend Pilot® 150H and Pilot® 321 for paints, varnishes and coatings

     

    Hydraulic oils:

    These oils transmit pressure and energy in hydraulic systems. Important for hydraulic fluids are low viscosity, high aging resistance and the widest possible operating temperature range.

    →We recommend Pilot® 295 SR, Pilot® 900, and Pilot® 1200


     

    Textile and leather 

    In many cases, very light lubricants and antiseizes are required when processing fibers, yarns, and fabrics. Spindle oils are free of resin-forming components and do not discolor textiles or yarns. Low-viscosity oils are also used in leather production, for example for emulsions.

    →We recommend spindle oil 7/20-01 and Pilot® 321


     

    Aluminium rolling oils

    For aluminium rolling, our Pilot® oils offer controlled viscosities and a uniform boiling range with excellent purity consistency, while providing high evaporation performance and leaving no residues during the critical post-rolling tempering process. The FDA approvals for these Pilot® oils facilitates further clearance for the use of the foils made from them for food packaging.

    →We recommend Pilot® 200 and Pilot® 200R

    →For heavier applications, such as sheet and ingot rolling, Pilot® 261 is recommended


     

    Metalworking

    The product portfolio of Pilot® oils offers a wide range of different physical and chemical properties. This is how important performance parameters for demanding industrial applications can be easily acheived. Pilot® oils are used in a variety of high performance applications including cutting oils, cutting emulsions, aluminium foil and sheet rolling, steel rolling, extrusion and forming oils, honing and grinding oils, quenching oils, EDM/spark erosion, corrosion inhibitors, hydraulic oils and industrial cleaners.

    →For metalworking we recommend Pilot® 140, Pilot® 261, Pilot® 291, Pilot® 321 and Pilot® 900

    →For EDM we recommendPilot® 321 andPilot® 900


     

    Silicone sealants

    Our Pilot® oils are characterized by excellent material compatibility and solvent properties and are therefore used as extender oils in silicone sealants. The extender oils have a low aromatic content, a mild odor and are ideal for acetoxy and alkoxy applications.

    The UV stability of our Pilot® extender oils provides excellent anti-aging and stable color properties.. 

    →For sealants, we recommend Pilot® 262, Pilot® 291, Pilot® 321, and Pilot® 900


     

    Water treatment

    Municipal and industrial wastewater must be treated and clarified before it is discharged into the sewer system. Particularly in the industrial sector (mining, paper), there are often suspended solids that do not settle completely even after long periods of rest. Ready-made acrylate oil emulsions facilitate clarification, and often no settling tanks are necessary.

    We recommend Pilot® 261, Pilot® 900 and Pilot® 1200


     

    Construction, building and industry

    Pilot® oils offer a wide range of uses in building and construction. Among other uses, they are ideal for use as mould release agent in concrete applications. Some oils are used extensively in both hot and cold bitumen emulsions for road surfacing and jointing compounds. Latex-modified bitumen emulsions require special plasticity, which our aromatic-rich Pilot® oils ensure in the mixing process.

    →We recommend Pilot® 261, Pilot®291 and Pilot® 321 as formulation oils

    →Pilot® 140 is suitable for explosives

    →We recommend Pilot® 200, Pilot® 200R, Pilot® 900 and Pilot® 1200 as dust binders

    →Pilot® 299 and Pilot® 329 are suitable for bitumen applications


     

    Plasticizer

    Some plastics, such as PVC, are used almost exclusively with plasticizers to achieve the desired properties. For some time now, phthalates have been regarded as critical and alternatives have been called for. Certain middle distillate cuts are suitable alternatives for this purpose.

    →We recommend Pilot® 140 and Pilot® 150H

    Topics: Paint, coating and adhesive industry, Construction industry, Polymer industry, Fuel industry, Chemical industry, Lubricants, Metal working, Hydraulic fluids, Extender Oil, Water treatment, Defoamer, Aluminium rolling, Textiles and leather, Middle Distillates, Low-viscosity base oils: Pilot®-Oils