Hydraulic oils are meticulously crafted by blending top-tier mineral oils known for their high viscosity index and low pour point. These premium oils offer extended trouble-free service life and demonstrate remarkable chemical stability even in the face of demanding operational conditions. They provide robust protection against corrosion, are resistant to emulsification, and prevent the formation of unwanted, stable foam.

As hydraulic systems continue to evolve toward higher pressure levels, they allow for greater performance and the potential for reduced pump and equipment sizes. Simultaneously, hydraulic oils are tasked with the critical roles of lubrication, sealing, and cooling for the operational components, all while enduring rising temperatures, increased turbulence, and higher pressure levels. Given that pressures often surpass 7 MPa (1000 psi) and heavy pump wear can only be mitigated by employing oils containing anti-wear additives, hydraulic oils are meticulously formulated to meet these exacting demands. They are composed of paraffinic, high viscosity index mineral oils, enriched with performance-enhancing additives, including a zinc-based anti-wear treatment.


The performance benefits of Hydraulic Oils include:

  • Exceptional resistance to hydrolysis, ensuring stability even in the presence of moisture.
  • Remarkable thermal and oxidation stability, maintaining performance under high-temperature conditions.
  • Effective demulsification and anti-foaming properties, preventing unwanted emulsion and foam formation.
  • Outstanding extreme pressure (EP) performance, safeguarding against wear and tear under heavy loads.
  • Excellent rust protection, preventing corrosion and maintaining component integrity.
  • Reduced likelihood of filter blockages, ensuring smooth system operation.
  • Minimized pump wear, prolonging the life of hydraulic equipment.


Hydraulic Oils meet or exceed the requirements of many international tests and specifications for industrial and mobile hydraulic systems including:

Vickers I-286-S, M-2950-SAFNOR NFE 48-603 HM
Hagglunds-Denison HF-0, HF-1, HF-2AFNOR NFE 48-691 (wet)
ASTM D 6158SS155434
DIN 51524, Part 2 (HLP)ISO 6743/4 (HM)
US Steel 126, 136, 127SEB 181 222
Racine, variable volume vane pumpsVDMA 24318
Commercial HydraulicsFives Cincinnati P-68, P-69, P-70ISO 11158 HMEaton Brochure 03-401-2010

Vesta suggests that the equipment manufacturers’ recommendations for viscosity grade, performance requirements and general operating conditions should be checked prior to use.


Property ASTM Method  Typical Results   
ISO Viscosity 101522324668100150
Code VI5- 25952796271027122714271627182720
Appearance Visual  Clear and Bright   
Density @ 15°Ckg / LD-12980.8400.8540.8600.8650.8820.8840.8900.910
Viscosity @ 40°CcStD-445101522324668100150
Viscosity @ 100°CcStD-4452.
Viscosity Index D-22701111231051021021029999
Flash Point°CD-92176184204>210     >210    >210     >210     >210
Pour Point°CD-97-52-33-33-30-27-30-30-27

Available in:         Bulk, 1000 Litres, 200 Litres and 20 Litres

Item Code:  VI5-2595 (10), VI5-2796 (15), VI5-2710 (22), VI5-2712 (32), VI5-2714 (46), VI5-2716 (68), VI5-2718 (100), VI5-2720 (150)

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