NOCOPAR OIL SERIES  

NOCOPAR OILS are highly refined, premium quality paraffinic oils designed for a wide variety of rubber and other process applications. Structurally, they have a predominance of saturated rings and long paraffinic side chains (55% min.Cp), and thus are more saturated than either naphthenic or aromatic oils. They are dewaxed to low pour points and are available in a wide range of viscosities. They show excellent resistance to oxidation which increases as molecular weight increases. Their high aniline points indicate relatively low solvency power.

General Properties

NOCOPAR OILS provide the low saturation required for Butyl and EP polymers and for many chemical applications, including textile specialties and caulking and sealant compounds.

They excel in initial colour, resist colour degradation by ultraviolet light more effectively than conventional naphthenic or aromatic oils, and have excellent heat resistance characteristics.

They have higher flash points and much lower volatility than comparable naphthenic or aromatic grades.

They impart desirable low temperature properties to rubber compounds.

Applications

NOCOPAR OILS are recommended for use with Butyl, EPDM, EP, SBR, and natural rubbers. They are recommended for applications requiring colour stability to heat and light, and low odour level. They are also widely used as process oils in the chemical process industries for applications such as carriers, diluents, extenders and plasticizers.

Physical Properties

Grade
Method 107H 110 115 125 130 150 2150 2280
Viscosity, mm2/s (cSt) @ 40°C
D445 9.5 19.4 32.8 50.2 61.1 96.0 273 501
Viscosity, mm2/s (cSt) @ 100°C
D445 2.5 3.9

5.4

7.1 8.1 11.0 21.6 33.1
Molecular Weight
D2502 N/A 370

395

460 480 530 659 720
Density @ 15°C, kg/dm3
D1298 0.8500 0.8604
0.8741 0.8730 0.8760 0.8880 0.8960
Flash Point, COC, °C
D92 177 216

219

242 255 274 301 324
Pour Point, °C
D97 -27 -18

-7

-12 -12 -9 -9 -9
Colour
D1500 1.0 0.5

.05

0.5 1.0 1.5 0.5 <4.5
Analine Point, °C
D611 N/A 98

96

107 111 116 121 124
rev. 08/25/2014