High Temperatures

Where: Cement processing, metal working, oven, asphalt plants and more

Typical applications: Ball bearings, roller bearings, kilns

Important Product Properties for the Lubricant:
• Thermal and oxidative resistance
• Shear stability
• High temperature thickener
• Oil of high viscosity – petroleum or synthetic
• Oil of high flash point – low evaporation
• Firm consistency (preferred)

High temperature conditions are present in many industries where running and/or peak temperatures exceed 120°C. These conditions can cause the lubricant to soften or degrade with the consequence of improper lubrication eventually resulting in component damage. An appropriate lubricant can aid these challenges with its ability to withstand shear and thermal degradation. Peak temperatures exceeding recommended temperature range require frequent re-lubrication.