- Type High Temperature Bearing Grease
- Use For Assembly, Bearings, Gear Boxes, Shafts, Bushes and Splines
- Color Black, Brown and White
- Pack Type Tube
- Supply Ability : 1000 Piece Per Day
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Price And Quantity
- 20 Piece
- 100.00 - 1000.00 INR
- High Temperature Bearing Grease
- Black, Brown and White
- For Assembly, Bearings, Gear Boxes, Shafts, Bushes and Splines
- Cash Advance (CA), Cash in Advance (CID)
- 1000 Piece Per Day
- 5 Days
- All India
Molykote 44Molykote 44 High Temperature Bearing Grease
Lubricants for antifriction bearings and plastic and rubber parts
All three Molykote Bearing Greases are used to lubricate ball bearings operating under light to moderate loads.
These can be used for: Molykote 33 Extreme Low Temperature Bearing Grease.
Freezer cart casters and cold room conveyor equipment .
Utility disconnect switch contacts.
Plastic electric clock motors.
Maximum-demand meters, power-factor meters, watt-hour meters.
Windshield wiper motor gears.
Photographic, optical and surveying equipment.
Oscillographs, geophysical and light, low-torque instruments .
Starter clutch drives Molykote 41 Extreme High Temperature Bearing Grease.
Antifriction bearings of high-temperature equipment ??? Oven conveyor bearings.
Wheel bearings of core oven carts .
Governor linkage of steam turbines .
Ball and socket connections of power insulators Molykote 44 High Temperature Bearing Grease .
Kiln preheater fans, oven fans, radiator cooling fans .
Textile slashers and driers.
Aircraft engine .
Conveyor systems These greases do not soften or affect most plastics and are used to lubricate plastic gears, bearings and cams, as well as metal and rubber parts.
Because of low torque requirements, Molykote 33 Extreme Low Temperature Bearing Grease is especially effective in equipment that must start in extreme cold.
Oxidation Resistance Molykote Bearing Greases are recommended for use in units that must remain operable when subjected not only to low and high operating temperatures, but also to severe weathering and oxidation