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multi-use Lithium complex grease fortified with polymers, anti-wear agents and Kal-Gard's own proprietary Ultra-Tac washout-resistant oxidation and rust inhibitors.
The new lubricant has a high flash and fire point, excellent anti-wear characteristics and excellent thermal and oxidative stability to reduce chain and sprocket wear.
Its load-carrying and anti-wear properties protect ways and guides, helping to extend the parts' useful life; and its low stick-slip properties provide smooth operation and accurate work even at slow speeds.
For example, the biological functions like anti-wear and toughness are achieved by the mutual couplings of different morphologies, structures, materials and constitution of the organism (Edison, 2005; WU et al.
The improvements made to the Purity FG line address a number of factors, most notably oxidation stability and anti-wear properties to support stronger performance for less downtime and longer equipment life.
The extruder for the inner and outer layers is equipped with a 30 D processing unit with a grooved feed section, while the extruder for the middle layer has a length of 25 D and a smooth processing unit with anti-wear protection for processing GFPR Both extruders are driven by maintenance-free AC motors.
CAM2 Blue Blood Racing Motor Oils deliver: -- High zinc levels for superior anti-wear protection -- Top-of-the-line shear stable VI improvers, for stay-in-grade performance -- Improved oxidation stability in high-performance engines -- Maximum horsepower production CAM2 Blue Blood Racing Motor Oils are available in three multi-viscosity grades and SAE 70.
Fluoro-T improves anti-wear and abrasion resistance, reduces surface friction, and are cost-effective.