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Singer Sewing Machine Super Fine Mineral Oil Bottle 125ml

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Genuine Singer super fine sewing machine oil. 125ml bottle
This is a Mineral Based oil

Suitable for sewing machines, embroidery machines, overlockers and knitting machines.

To keep your sewing machine like new oil frequently. You should only use super fine oil on these machines.

Suitable for all brands of domestic sewing machines, Singer, Bernina, Bernette, Brother, Elna, Janome, Juki, Husqvarna, Pfaff, Toyota, Necchi, Jaguar, Babylock, Newhome, Jones, Silver

Can also used on bikes, typewriters, power tools, hair clippers, guns, cars.

Oil Specification 

Designed for the lubrication of high-speed spindles in machine tools.

Can also used in some critical hydraulic, circulation systems and air line oilers where the appropriate viscosity grade is selected.

Formulated from select high-quality, low viscosity base oils and additives that impart good resistance to oxidation and protection from rust and corrosion.

Possess very good resistance to foaming and separate readily from water.

Features and Benefits

Provide exceptional lubrication of close-tolerance bearings which helps keep the bearings running cool and helps maintain the precision required by many of today's critical machine tools.

Although the singer oils were designed for spindle bearings, they exhibit the required properties to function as low pressure hydraulic and circulating oils as long as the proper viscosity is selected.

This feature can help minimise inventory costs and reduce the potential for product misapplication.


Advantages and Potential Benefits

Good Oxidation Resistance

Helps reduce critical deposit formation

Improves oil life

Very Good Rust and Corrosion Protection

Improves equipment life

Provides increased precision long-term

Effective Water Separation

Resists emulsion formation

Keeps moisture out of critical lubrication areas

Allows easy removal of moisture from system reservoirs


     •  High speed spindle bearings in machine tools and equipment where high speeds and fine clearances are involved

     •  Precision grinders, lathes, jig borers and tracer mechanisms

     •  For sleeve type spindle bearings having greater clearances, the choice of viscosity depends on the relation between clearance and spindle speed

     •  Low pressure hydraulic systems where appropriate viscosity is selected

     •  Air line oilers

     •  For some sensitive instruments such as telescopes, laboratory equipment, etc.

Properties and Specifications




NO 10




ISO 22

Copper Strip Corrosion, 3 h, 100 C, Rating, ASTM D130



Copper Strip Corrosion, 3 h, 60 C, Rating, ASTM D130




Density @ 15 C, kg/l, ASTM D4052




Flash Point, Cleveland Open Cup, °C, ASTM D92




Kinematic Viscosity @ 100 C, mm2/s, ASTM D445



Kinematic Viscosity @ 40 C, mm2/s, ASTM D445




Pour Point, °C, ASTM D97




Rust Characteristics, Procedure A, ASTM D665




Total Acid Number, mgKOH/g, ASTM D974




Initial Boiling Point / and Boiling Range: > 316°C (600°F) [Estimated]
Flash Point [Method]: >174°C (345°F) [ASTM D-92]
Evaporation Rate (n-butyl acetate = 1): No data available
Flammability (Solid, Gas): Not technically feasible
Upper/Lower Flammable Limits (Approximate volume % in air): UEL: 7.0 LEL: 0.9 [Estimated]
Vapour Pressure: < 0.013 kPa (0.1 mm Hg) at 20 °C [Estimated]
Vapour Density (Air = 1): > 2 at 101 kPa [Estimated]
Relative Density (at 15 °C): 0.862 [test method unavailable]
Solubility(ies): water Negligible
Partition coefficient (n-Octanol/Water Partition Coefficient): > 3.5 [Estimated]
Autoignition Temperature: No data available
Decomposition Temperature: No data available
Viscosity: 22 cSt (22 mm2/sec) at 40ºC | 4 cSt (4 mm2/sec) at 100°C [test method unavailable]
Explosive Properties: None
Oxidizing Properties: None
Pour Point: -21°C (-6°F) [test method unavailable]
DMSO Extract (mineral oil only), IP-346: < 3 %wt





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  • 5
    oil up

    Posted by David on 24th Jun 2021

    does what it says on the bottle

  • 5

    Posted by Richard Shepherd on 5th Oct 2020

    To partly quote another source: It does what it says on the description