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OPUS HYDRAULIC HVI Grades are a range of high viscosity index hydraulic oils, formulated from high quality mineral base oils and with the latest anti-wear technology. These grades incorporate a shear stable polymer that ensure the oils do not thin down during operation. They are ideal for hydraulic systems subjected to the very extremes of operating conditions and temperatures. Excellent anti-wear and EP properties provide protection against wear in the most demanding of systems.

Performance Levels

DIN 51524 Part 3 (HVLP)
Sperry Vickers I-286-S3, M-2950-S
Denison HF-0 dry and wet T6C-020
Denison HF-1, HF-2
Cincinnati Milacron P-68, P-69, P-70
Poclain (HV 46)
AFNOR E48-603 (HV:HM)
ASLE 64.1 to 64.4, 70.1 to 70.3


High viscosity index giving low temperature flow.
Excellent oxidation resistance and rust protection.
Low pour points. 
Anti-foam characteristics. 

Important Delivery Information

Please note that we cannot deliver to the follow postcodes at this time. Orders placed to these postcodes will unfortunately be cancelled. HS, IV20-64, IV99, KA27-28, KW1-17, PA20 ,PA40+, PH15-50 , PO30-41, IM1-9, JE1-5, GY1-10.

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Why buy from Opus Lubricants?

Our Products

A wide range of fully synthetic, semi synthetic and mineral based oils, greases and lubricants for the automotive, haulage, plant hire, agricultural, construction and engineering industries.

UK Manufactured

Manufactured in our Glasgow, Scotland factory from high quality base oils and additives.

Over 100 Years Experience

Ferguson & Menzies Ltd is an independent Scottish company based in Glasgow for over 100 years. The company is proud to be the only manufacturer of lubricants and construction products in Scotland.

Free UK Mainland Delivery

Free mainland UK delivery on all orders. If you do not live on the UK mainland then please contact us on 0141 445 3555 or email us for more information.


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