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Package Size: 9.5 x 4 x 1.5 inches
Versilube G330M is a soap thickened grease based upon methylalkyl polysiloxane fluids. This unique formulation, a special blend of halogenated fillers and silicone fluid, offers the highest load carrying capabilities of any Versilube product. It is safe on a very wide range of substrates and can be cleaned more effectively to improve soldering and printability. Versilube G330M is the product of choice for lubricating and protecting linkages, bushings, bearings, hinges, control cables, engine components and other intricate mechanisms. G330M excels in demanding applications and harsh environments such as those encountered in petroleum well drilling, for example. For lubrication of metal to metal and select plastic and rubber parts consider the Versilube(R) line of greases. These lithium soap-thickened, silicone lubricants meet the requirements of high performance bearings, gears and other mechanisms under sliding and rolling friction conditions. Formulated with two distinctly different silicone base fluids (i.e., methyl-phenyl and methyl-alkyl) each Versilube(R) product offers unique performance advantages. Generally, methyl-phenyl base fluids provide the widest possible operating temperature range, while the methyl-alkyl base fluids impart better lubricity and higher load carrying capabilities. Versilube(R) products are excellent lubricants where hardened steel meets hardened steel, where hardened steel meets bronze, where steel meets aluminum, and where aluminum meets aluminum. While more than one product may function in your application, full examination of your specific operation and specifications will usually determine which product is best for you. Versilube greases are not recommended for use on bearings with a D/N ratio exceeding 200,000. D/N ratios are calculated by multiplying the diameter (mm) times the bearing speed (rpm). Do not use in or around highly oxidative chemicals such as liquid oxygen, chlorine, or peroxides.
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