I'm reading a specification from an OEM that manufactures automotive lifts, and they say for air/oil systems NOT to use hydraulic oil as it can foam under air pressure. They then give some properties for a fluid that appear very similar to AW32 oil. Would anyone have any inclination about a possible alternative here?
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