Oils, Greases & Waxes

By: Halocarbon  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Polymer Thickened Greases, Silica Thickened Greases,

» Oils, Greases & Waxes

Physical Properties Halocarbon Greases*

Grease NLGI ATSM Penetration Service Temperature Minimum Drop Melting Point Description
Silica Thickened Greases
1 330 -15ºF to 350ºF
-25ºC to 175ºC
None Softest grease with broad temperature range.
2 280 -15ºF to 350ºF
-25ºC to 175ºC
None This grease also available with rust inhibitor (28 I) which has a recommended service temperature of 0 to 250ºF (-20ºC to 120ºC).
2 280 -50ºF to 200ºF
-45ºC to 95ºC
None For low temperature use. Also available with rust inhibitor (28 LTI).
3 230 0ºF to 350ºF
-20ºC to 175 ºC
None Lowest vapor pressure. Also available with rust inhibitor (25-5SI) which has a recommended service temperature of 0ºF to 250ºF (-20ºC to 120ºC).
4 190 -15ºF to 350ºF
-25ºC to 175 ºC
None Hardest grease with broad temperature range
 
Polymer Thickened Greases1
1 300 30ºF to 275 ºF
0ºC to 135ºC
300ºF
150ºC
Softest grease for wide temperature service.
1 330 -40ºF to 200 ºF
-40ºC to 95 ºC
300ºF
150ºC
For low temperature use.
4 200 20ºF to 300 ºF
-5ºC to 150ºC
320ºF
160ºC
Hardest grease with broad temperature range.
 
PTFE Thickened Grease
3 230 0ºF to 350 ºF
-20ºC to 175ºC
None This grease contains moly and a rust inhibitor.
 

Keywords: Polymer Thickened Greases, Silica Thickened Greases,

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