Premium Turbine Oils are versatile and high-performance R&O (rust and oxidation inhibited) oils tailored for equipment with stringent lubrication requirements. These turbine oils also find suitability in certain compressor applications.

Crafted from top-tier hydro-cracked Group II paraffinic base oils, boasting a high viscosity index and a low pour point, Premium Turbine Oils are fortified with multifunctional ashless additive packages. This synergy between the base oils and additives delivers exceptional oxidative stability and robust corrosion inhibition, ensuring a prolonged and trouble-free service life.

These oils exhibit resistance to emulsification and the undesirable formation of stable foam. They effectively prevent sludge formation and maintain protection against both ferrous and non-ferrous corrosion. Premium Turbine Oils are engineered to meet the most demanding lubrication needs, offering reliable performance across a range of applications.


The performance benefits of Premium Turbine Oils include:

  • High oxidation stability, ensuring long-lasting performance in demanding conditions.
  • Good thermal stability, capable of withstanding elevated temperatures.
  • Excellent hydrolytic stability, maintaining effectiveness even in the presence of water.
  • Protection against sludge formation, keeping the equipment clean and running smoothly.
  • Exceptional protection against corrosion for both steel and non-ferrous metal components.
  • Excellent demulsifying behavior, preventing undesirable water-oil mixtures.
  • Low foaming tendencies, ensuring smooth and efficient lubrication without excessive foam.


Premium Turbine Oils meet or exceed the requirements of many international tests and specifications for R & O turbine and hydraulic systems including:

  • Cincinnati-Machine P-38 (HL 32), P-55 (HL 46), P-54 (HL 68), P-57 (HL 150)
  • ASTM D-4304
  • DIN 51524 Part 1 (HL)
  • DIN 51506 (VBL, VCL, VDL)
  • DIN 51517 Part 2 (CL)
  • DIN 51515, Part 1 (L-TD), Part 2 (L-TG)
  • ISO/DP 6521 (DAA, DAB, DAH, DAG)
  • AFNOR NF-E 48-603 (HL)
  • Siemens TLV 9013 04/01
  • British Standard BS 489
  • General Electric GEK 32568 A/C
  • MIL-L-17672 D
  • US Steel 120
  • CEGB Standard 207001
  • Brown Boveri / Alstom HTGD 90117 V0001S
  • Westinghouse Electric Corporation Turbine Oil Specification
  • ISO 8068
  • Solar ES 9-224

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


Property                                                    ASTM                                       Typical Results

ISO Viscosity324668100150220320
Code VI6-2599259825942591258725992593
Appearance                       –                       Visual                                       Clear, Bright
Density @ 15oCKg / LD-12980.8550.8640.8720.8740.8800.8870.902
Viscosity @ 40oCcStD-445324668100150220320
Viscosity @ 100oCcStD-4455.46.758.911.8152024.3
D-92 219 229 273 267 270 280 273 D-97 -39 -36 -21 -18 -25 -21 -21  

Flash Point                        oC

Pour Point                         oC

Copper Corrosion Rust Test Demulsibility – D-130 D-665A/B1A Pass1A Pass1A Pass1A Pass1A Pass1A Pass1A Pass
(minutes to separation)minD1401551010101010
Oxidative Stability –         
Sludge (1000hr)mgD-431010.810.810.810.810.810.810.8
KOH/g TAN (1000hr)mgD-43100.
Hours to TAN 2mg KOH/gD94314000140001400014000140001400014000

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

Item Code:              VI6-2599 (32), VI6-2598 (46), VI6-2594 68), VI6-2591 (100), VI6-2587 (150), VI6-2599 (220), VI6-2593 (320)

Product Informations

Product Data Sheet

Material Safety Data Sheet