FAQs – EOSHIB

FAQs – EOSHIB
24th August 2018 ManageWP_4df5df8v

What’s the difference between Inhibited Oil and EOSHIB?

A fully inhibited insulating oil contains 0.4% inhibitor by volume. And will, over time be used up – the most convenient way to restore the inhibitor to 0.4% is to add EOSHIB which is inhibitor powder dissolved in insulating oil. For every 200 litre drum there will therefore be 20 litres of inhibitor. Speak to EOS customer services to discuss your specific requirements

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