- Adhesive Lubricant
- Priming of heavily loaded tooth flanks and sliding surfaces.
- Lubrication of jackscrews in the motor vehicle and train technology.
- Gear rack lubrication in conveying equipment.
- Run-in lubrication to avoid damage According to DIN 51 502: OGPF1S-30
|Fields of application||Attributes/Approvals||Constitutions|
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|Operating temperature||-40°C -> +200°C|
|DN factor (dm x n)||Not Applicable|
|Base oil viscosity (40°C)||500 mm²/s|
|Four-ball test rig (welding load)||4,200 N|
|FZG damage level||power level > 12|
Advantages and Benefits
- Excellent pressure resistance
- High effeciency due to good adhesion and surface coverage
- Lowest friction at high stress
- Increases the operation safety of moving machine parts through building up a sliding film while running in
- Minimal consumption due to realizable thin film lubrication
- Restistant against water.
- Special formulation for building up priming lubrication films while running in in front of the operating lubrication
- Free of bitumen,solvents, heavy metals and chlorine