HEAT RESISTANT HYDRAULIC FLUIDS
Final rept., 27 Nov 1962-31 Dec 1963
STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CA
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Stanford Research Institute has been carrying on a program in synthessing and evaluating fluoroalcohol orthocarbonates and bis carbonates as fire-resistant fluids. A large part of the effort was concerned with a study of the preparation of the orthocarbonates and bis carbonates. Preliminary evaluation was done on a laboratory scale of physical properties such as viscosity, corrosivity, hydrolytic stability, flash point, fire point, and density. Two quarts each of bis octafluoropentyl carbonate, octafluoropentyl orthocarbonate, and bis dodecafluoroheptyl carbonate, one quart of dodecafluoroheptyl orthocarbonate, and 100 milliliters of dodecafluoroheptyl orthobenzoate were prepared for evaluation.
- Lubricants and Hydraulic Fluids