Lithium complex grease
LMX Grease is a lithium-complex thickened mineral oil based grease of NLGI No.2 consistency having extreme pressure properties andinhibited against oxidation and corrosion.
Lithium complex greases have similar basic properties to conventional
Such performance characteristics mean that lithium complex greases
lithium soap greases but have the advantages of higher drop
such as LMX Grease have a longer life at higher temperatures than
point, less oil separation particularly at high temperature and more
normal lithium soap greases. The water resistance and low
stable consistency near the drop point of the grease. The drop
temperature pumpability of lithium complex greases is also better
point of these greases is typically 260 °C. This mean that the
than normal lithium soap greases. For these reasons, lithium
maximum operating temperature is greatly increased over that of
complex grease find wide acceptance as a high temperature grease
standard lithium soap greases and in many applications is limited
for applications in the Marine and Offshore Industries where severe
only by what the base oil of the grease will stand.
operating conditions necessitate an improvement over standardlithium greases.
LMX grease offers an impressive number of desirable features that
• Increased load-carrying capacity over wider working temperature
confer clear operational advantages and offer the customer distinct
key benefits. The overall result is excellent cost effectiveness.
• Improved working temperature range and thermal stability
• Better water-resistance and adhesion to metal surfaces
• Reduced oil separation and resistance to hardening and pressure
• Additional multi-purpose properties enabling easier grade
CARE AND HANDLING
PACKAGING AND STORAGE
All packages should be stored under cover. Where outside storage
Products should not be stored above 60°C, exposed to hot sun or
is unavoidable drums should be laid horizontally to avoid the
possible ingress of water and the obliteration of drum markings.
Extreme pressure, Corrosion & Oxidation Inhibitors
The above figures are typical of those obtained with normal production tolerance and do not constitute a specification
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It is the responsibility of the user to evaluate and use products safely, to assess suitability for the intended application and to comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
Material Safety Data Sheets are available for all our products and should be consulted for appropriate information regarding storage, safe handling, and disposal of the product.
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