High temperature grease for corrugated paper production equipment
The non-flammable white grease offered here contains a perfluoroalkyl-polyether oil, micronized PTFE as a thickener, and anti-corrosion additives. It is highly resistant to oxygen, chemical agents, and high temperatures, making it suitable for use with hot and cold water, vapors, fuel, acids, alkaline products, non-fluorinated solvents, and chlorinated solvents.
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When cleaning tools or equipment that have come into contact with this grease, standard cleaning practices should be followed. There are no unique precautions or recommendations mentioned in the provided text. Therefore, standard cleaning procedures appropriate for the specific application should be applied.
This versatile grease is designed for lubricating equipment commonly found in the production of corrugated cardboard. It excels in lubricating various bearings used in this industry, including corrugating roll bearings, pressure roll bearings, pre-heater roll bearings, and pre-conditioner roll bearings. Additionally, it serves as an effective lubricant for bearings, slides, and joints exposed to extreme heat or aggressive conditions where conventional greases may falter. Beyond the cardboard industry, GREASE-PLUS FLUOR PTFE L 2 finds application in diverse sectors, including glass production, textile manufacturing, plastic film production, paint production, chemical processing, and nuclear applications. Furthermore, it can function as a dielectric agent and is suitable for lubricating electrical contacts.
This non-flammable white grease is composed of perfluoroalkyl-polyether oil, micronized PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) as a thickener, and anti-corrosion additives. Its noteworthy characteristics include high resistance to oxygen, various chemical agents, and high temperatures, rendering it suitable for use in demanding environments with hot and cold water, vapors, fuel, acids, alkaline products, non-fluorinated solvents, and chlorinated solvents.
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