dvr Hydraulic & BOP Control Fluid Concentrates

RXSOL-16-3764-210 is a field proven, dilutable, waterbased hydraulic fluid specifically formulated for use in high-pressure open / vent to sea Blow Out Preventer (BOP) control systems. The fluid prevents valves from sticking even after long static periods and improves system life under slow moving high load conditions. RXSOL-16-3764-210 is capable of use at 1% dilution in fresh potable water (hardness %u2264125ppm) and standard

Technical Specifications:


Typical Physical Properties RXSOL-16-3764-210
RXSOL-16-3764-210 No Dye
Appearance Clear Dark Green Mobile Fluid Clear Amber Fluid
Specific Gravity @15.6°C 1.063 1.063
pH (neat) 10.0 10.0
pH @ 2% 9.4 9.4
Pour Point -40°C (-40°F) -40°C (-40°F)
Kinematic Viscosity (cSt)-20°C (-4°F) 740 740
0°C (32°F) 82 82
20°C (68°F) 20 20
40°C (104°F) 7 7


Using Procedure:

* High dilution ratio (100:1)

Environmental Information
RXSOL maintains worldwide environment and can offer RXSOL-16-3764-210 suitable for use in every Exploration and Production region around the world. The current environmental status of RXSOL-16-3764-210 in your area can be obtained from our environmental specialists.

RXSOL-16-3764-210 should be stored in dry conditions, ideally out of direct sunlight. Normal storage temperature range is 5 to 40°C.

Material Compatibility
RXSOL-16-3764-210 Series contain performance additives which ensure high levels of compatibility with materials typically used in Blow out Preventer (BOP) control systems. Extensive material compatibility tests have been performed with RXSOL-16-3764-210 Series.


Key Benefits
* High dilution ratio (100:1)
* High-performance ferrrous and non-ferrous corrosion protection
* Excellent extreme pressure and anit-wear lubrication properties
* High resistance to microbial contamination n Good mixed fluid stability with fresh water and seawater ingress (10%)
* Free Fluid Monitoring programme ensures long service life
* No dye formula meets worldwide environmental acceptance criteria

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