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Hydraulic oil without zinc has a benefit in that it causes less environmental damage. Zinc has been shown to be hazardous in nature and is a non-biodegradable addition.
Even at tiny doses, its use promotes zinc mining and aquatic harm. These zinc-free hydraulic oils eliminate the risk of unintentional spills, hazardous disposal procedures, and zinc misting from air lubricators by not using zinc.
Operating at a cleaner level is one of zinc-free hydraulic oils’ main benefits. Due to the reaction of the zinc additive with the water producing deposits inside a system, oils containing zinc additions are vulnerable to water contamination.
This creates a filtering risk and might result in obstructions and a lack of oil. hydraulic fluids devoid of zinc
The Global Zinc-free hydraulic oil market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Castrol Hyspin ZZ hydraulic oil line of lubricants is built on an additive system that is ashless (zinc free) and meticulously chosen to meet and even exceed the highest performance standards.
The Hyspin ZZ range is designed for use in applications needing outstanding oxidation and anti-wear performance, and it is especially well suited for hydraulic systems using vane and piston pumps where high operating temperatures are present.
They are designed for use in systems that are under a lot of stress and need high levels of anti-wear performance or ultra fine filtration.
In highly stressed systems like plastic injection moulding and fatigue testing equipment, where the application causes more traditional items to quickly degrade, they have been shown to be resistant to the effects of “dieseling.”
Nitrile, silicone, and fluorinated (like Viton) polymers, which are frequently used for static and dynamic seals, are perfectly compatible with the spectrum.
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