greases

Whenever oil lubrication is not possible or a cooling function is not required, a lubricating grease is used. Greases are composed of a base oil that is bound by a thickener (soap). This property ensures that the lubricant is kept at the... Read more Read more

Product Brand Volume (ml) Viscosity (40°C) Max temperature (°C) Min temperature (°C) NLGI grade DN factor (dm x n) Four-ball test rig (welding load) (N) Net weight (g) Packaging
Universal Grease Long-Life...
+2 days
OKS 400 50 140 -40 2 800000 3400 - -
High-Performance...
Not in stock
OKS 400 100 120 -30 2 300000 3600 - -
Plastic and Elastomer...
+2 days
OKS - 400 150 -25 - - - 1000 -
High-Performance...
+2 days
OKS - 100 120 -30 2 300000 3600 1000 -
High-Performance...
+2 days
OKS - 100 120 -30 2 300000 3600 5000 -
High-Performance...
+2 days
OKS - 100 120 -30 2 300000 3600 25000 -
Marine Grease 400ml OKS 403
+2 days
OKS 400 100 80 -25 2 350000 3000 - -
Marine Grease 5kg OKS 403
£156.74
+2 days
OKS - 100 80 -25 2 350000 3000 5000 -
Universal Grease Long-Life...
+2 days
OKS - 50 140 -40 2 800000 3400 5000 -
High melting-point Grease...
+2 days
OKS - 230 190 -25 2 200000 2800 1000 -
High-pressure Grease Long...
+2 days
OKS 400 185 120 -20 2 400000 2600 - -
Universal High-performance...
+2 days
OKS 400 110 120 -30 2 300000 3400 - Spray can
Universal High-performance...
+2 days
OKS 400 110 120 -30 2 300000 3400 - -
Universal High-performance...
+2 days
OKS - 110 120 -30 2 300000 3400 5000 -
Universal High-performance...
+2 days
OKS - 110 120 -30 2 300000 3400 25000 -
greases

greases

Whenever oil lubrication is not possible or a cooling function is not required, a lubricating grease is used. Greases are composed of a base oil that is bound by a thickener (soap). This property ensures that the lubricant is kept at the lubricating area. The lubricating area is permanently protected against friction and wear as well as against external influences such as moisture and foreign matter. Grease is commonly used to lubricate bearings, spindles, fittings, seals, guides, as well as chains and gears.

Characteristics of greases:

  • Base oil viscosity - Influences the speed range and load capacity of grease. Low viscosity for low pressure stress and high sliding speeds, high viscosity for high pressure stress, low sliding speeds and high temperatures.
  • Drop point - Exceeding this temperature results in destruction of the grease structure.
  • Operating temperature - Temperature range of the optimal performance.
  • Speed parameter (DN value) - Maximum rotating speed up to which grease can be used in a roller bearing.
  • NLGI grade - Classification to the consistency classes to DIN ISO 2137. The classification according to NLGI (DIN 51818) ranges from very soft (Class 000) to very hard (Class 6).
  • Four-ball test - Determining of the wear protection and of the maximum load capacity of a roller bearing grease.