With care. The mechanics are interesting. I recently flushed out an old 25 litre drum of hydraulic oil using unleaded petrol. I put in a pint, flushed with the cap on tight, and the pressure rise was massive. The cap blew right off as I released it. Same is true, to a lesser extent as you mix with diesel.
you can not mix hydraulic oil in engine oil because if you do a fire will occure and then you will blow up in a million pieces.
A small amount of hydraulic oil mixed with a full tank of diesel fuel, nothing.
Yes you can mix oil and diesel for burning brush and stuff just don't put it in any engines!
apparently cooking oil with diesel
no,you can not mix diesel and gas diesel is like the oil that heats our homes.
Depends on what the hydraulic oil is going to be used for, if you are going to use the hydraulic fluid in a really pressurized system, i would definitely drain it and discard it, that diesel fuel will dilute and break down the properties of the oil where it could be dangerous to use
I am not sure what you are asking but putting oil for diesel engines in a gasoline engine with some oil in it would not be good, or vise versa
not much. it would change the viscosity of the oil. the diesel oil is much thicker than regular engine oil.
Yes, you can also mix it with conventional oil creating a blend.
what type of "HEATING OIL" #2 #4 #6 (Bunker C )
Blown head gasket
Diesel has essentially zero solubility in water. That is the origin of the saying, "oil and water don't mix."
If it is the Toyosha diesel model, use a trans/hydraulic fluid.
Hydraulic fluid and hydraulic oil are one in the same.
No - they are not designed to run on gasoline. You need diesel fuel or some can be run on vegetable oil or cooking oil but not gas it will wreck your engine. It detinates too hot.
emolliating hydraulic oil in the lowest part of the hydraulic system.
How much hydraulic fluid with how much gasoline makes a big difference and was some hydraulic oil mixed into the gas tank or was some gasoline mixed with the hydraulic tank. More info please.
Hydraulic oil and hydraulic fluid are different. Hydraulic fluid is used in small systems such as car brakes. Hydraulic oil is used in large systems such as loaders.
Depends on the amount, and the type of hydraulic fluid already in there. If the diesel blends with hydraulic and is a small amount to the whole volume, then it's no problem. If the diesel doesn't blend, if it curdles or something them you need to drain the lot. If it's a lot of diesel to a small amount of hydraulic pumps and motors might seize, as diesel is a rather poor lubricant. Diesel is also likely to be runnier than the hydraulic fluid, which is likely to reduce the performance of the system.
Diesel fuel is thin, like water. If you mix the two, the hydraulic fluid will become thin.It shourld probably drain the reservoir and refill with new fluid.
fluid and hydraulic oil the same thing
methanol and diesel dont mix