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#2042414 - 10/10/10 03:39 PM 1-Decene Homopolymer Hydrogenated Is this PAO ???
vxcalais Offline


Registered: 07/14/07
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Penrite HPR Diesel is showing up to 30% of this chemical in its MSDS. Does this mean it is using a PAO for the synthetic component ?
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#2042427 - 10/10/10 04:02 PM Re: 1-Decene Homopolymer Hydrogenated Is this PAO ??? [Re: vxcalais]
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Yes.
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#2042556 - 10/10/10 06:33 PM Re: 1-Decene Homopolymer Hydrogenated Is this PAO ??? [Re: vxcalais]
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I asked Molakule this question a little over 3 months ago and here is his response.

A Decene homopolymer hydrogentaed is a PAO type fluid in which hydrogen has been injected to oxidatively stabilize the fluid.
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#2043033 - 10/11/10 06:46 AM Re: 1-Decene Homopolymer Hydrogenated Is this PAO ??? [Re: vxcalais]
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So it is definately a PAO in the sense of a Group 4 oil ?
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#2043090 - 10/11/10 08:39 AM Re: 1-Decene Homopolymer Hydrogenated Is this PAO ??? [Re: vxcalais]
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Yup.

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#3379867 - 05/24/14 08:58 AM Re: 1-Decene Homopolymer Hydrogenated Is this PAO ??? [Re: vxcalais]
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read in an older mag 2012 performance bikes where Decene is used to make PAO oils. said it comes from crude oil + it takes a lot of crude to get a little Decene, the ONLY molecule used, hence the claim all molecules are the same so theres lower friction with numerous other benefits, but at a higher production cost making the oil more to buy

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#3382189 - 05/27/14 01:13 PM Re: 1-Decene Homopolymer Hydrogenated Is this PAO ??? [Re: vxcalais]
weasley Offline


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The decene doesn't come out of the crude oil. Ethylene (ethene, C2H4) gas does, which is used to make decene (and other monomers), which is used to make PAO.
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#3412851 - 07/02/14 07:36 PM Re: 1-Decene Homopolymer Hydrogenated Is this PAO ??? [Re: vxcalais]
benjy Offline


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might this be why it looks like a petroleum lubricant when the specs are read, many readers myself included are always looking to learn + understand exactly what we are buying, what oil manufacturers-blenders are saying or trying to hide in many cases

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