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GREASES

General information of lubricating greases
Greases may be defined as a solid to semi-solid material produced by the dispersion of a thickening agent in a liquid lubricant. the properties of a grease depend on the nature and amount of the thickener and of any additives used, the characteristics of the base oil, and the way in which the grease in made.
Greases are usually identified as to consistency by the NLGI grades are defined as ranges of the 60-stroke worked penetration at 250C and indicates softness or stiffness of a grease (consistency). The penetration is not a measure of the internal friction of the grease, the better are its sealing properties.

Characteristic Unit value Test Method
Texture Smooth
color Visual brown
NLGI specification grade 2 3
Drop point 185 190-200 ASTM D-566
Penetration, Worked 0.1mm 265-295 220-250 ASTM D-217
Fuor Ball Test kgf 250 ASTM D-2596
Soap lithium
Characteristic Unit value Test Method
Texture Smooth
color Visual Whait-Brown
NLGI specification grade     1                  2                3         
Drop point         190-200 ASTM D-566
Penetration, Worked 0.1mm      310-340        265-295       220-250 ASTM D-217
Soap lithium
Characteristic Unit value Test Method
Texture Smooth
color Visual Brown – Gray
NLGI specification grade 2 3 4
Drop point 160 ASTM D-566
Penetration, Worked 0.1mm 265-295 220-250 175-205 ASTM D-217
Soap Soudim
Characteristic Unit value Test Method
Texture Smooth
color Visual White-Yellow
Soap Calcium
NLGI specification grade 1 2 3
Penetration, Worked 0.1mm 310-340 265-295 220-250 ASTM D-217
Drop point 95 ASTM D-566
Characteristic Unit value Test Method
Texture Smooth
color Visual Yellow
Soap Calcium
NLGI specification grade 2 3
Penetration, Worked 0.1mm 265-295 220-250 ASTM D-217
Drop point 93-96 ASTM D-566

PACKING:

PACKING: Plastic Containers in Carton
For other types (different analysis) of Grease, please send your request