Low Temperature Conditions and Typical Applications

 

Low temperature conditions are present in arctic or sub-arctic regions where temperatures frequently drop below -30°C. Under these conditions poor flow properties can result in reduced lubricant effectiveness or complete lubricant starvation resulting in the premature failure of components. An appropriate lubricant will combine those formulatory components necessary to ensure product mobility and effective lubrication are maintained down to the lowest temperature of operation, for any given situation.

Where

Forestry, marine, mining

Typical applications:

Ball bearings, mills, kilns, gears, roller bearings, winches, etc.

Important product properties:

Flow properties Viscosity and viscosity index (VI)

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