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Date: December 2015

Products

CALCIUM GRAPHITE GREASE
K2 GR

Summary: It is designed for the lubrication of rough, heavy-duty mechanisms (open gears, threaded joints, springs, spindles) at low pressures, normal to high humidity and temperatures between -20°C to 50 (60) °C. Calcium graphite grease meets the requirements of BSS 1415-84. It is manufactured with penetration NLGI 2 in packages of 0.4; 0.8; 3; 9; 15 and 180 kg drum.

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Appearance and composition

The calcium graphite grease is manufactured of a base calcium grease K2 with an addition of 10% micronized amorphous graphite. It is black in color, but in a thin layer the color is not dense. This gives a possibility to recognize, whether by its manufacturing only graphite is used, or other materials with black color were added too. For it applies everything said about K2.

Product Benefits

As K2, but with the addition of graphite. It increases the lubricity. The micronized graphite reduces the friction between the metal surfaces. At properly selected operating conditions prevents overheating. of the details. Its distinctive feature is that it is working in highly contaminated and humid environments.

Supplier: Rust LLC.

Product Usage

It is designed for the lubrication of rough, heavily loaded mechanisms (slow running bearings of conveyors, suspension of special equipment, opened gear and chain drives, threaded connections, springs, spindles, supports drilling bits, metal ropes and heavy-duty metal friction surfaces) at low pressures and normal to high humidity. It is usable in some specific applications by repair of internal combustion engines.
Operating temperature from -20°C to 50 (60) °C.
Storage and transportation: According to the Safety Rules for mineral oils and the rules for environmental protection. A product should be stored indoors, protected from direct sunlight and moisture.
Shelf life in original container under the recommended conditions: 5 years.
Recommended storage temperature: from -5°C to + 40°C.

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