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Lubrication fluid grease ADDILITH EP 0
mineral oil-basedfor gearsfor bearings

lubrication fluid grease
lubrication fluid grease
lubrication fluid grease
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Characteristics

Function
lubrication
Type
mineral oil-based
Product applications
for gears, for bearings
Field
for gear teeth
Operating temperature

Max.: 120 °C (248 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Description

Product description ADDINOL Addilith EP 0 is a special grease based on mineral oil and Li-12-Hydrostearate as well as EP-additives. Temperature range from -40 °C up to +120 °C, short term temperature peaks +180°C. APPLICATION Mainly used for lubrication of highly pressure loaded roller and sliding bearings Suitable for the lubrication of spur and bevel gears, worm and toothed gears and for small gears with low driving power Used in sealed roller and sliding bearings with a low bearing internal clearance and operating at high speeds Fit for garage door drives, leaf springs in rail vehicles, sliding bearings in telescopic axles Suitable as multi-purpose grease in trucks, construction vehicles, special purpose and agricultural vehicles Outstanding suitability in central lubrication systems CHARACTERISTICS Oxidation resistant High pressure absorption capacity Protects against corrosion Shear-stable Highly water resistant Good adhesion ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS Slow ageing of the lubricant Applicable under extended pressure loads Long lifetime of the machine parts Does not build solid deposits Direct contact with process water possible Prevention of dripping caused by rotation and vibrations SPECIFICATIONS According to DIN 51502: GP0K-40 According to ISO 6743: ISO-L-X DCEB0 Meets the requirements acc. to: MAN company standard 283 Li-P 0 Central lubrication system of Groeneveld

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