TEBOIL HD-M5 N1 GREASE – DESIGNED FOR HEAVY CONDITIONS
Teboil is constantly developing its product range. A new Teboil HD-M5 N1 Grease has now been launched, specially designed for earthmoving and mining machines working in exceptionally heavy conditions.
The starting point for grease design has been the needs of the heavy mining industry operating in northern Finland, which emphasizes the importance of high reliability in the most demanding conditions. The most typical applications of Teboil HD-M5 N1 Grease are kingpins, ball joints, stud bearings and slow-rotating and heavily loaded bearings.
“Heavy earthmoving and mining machines are used in very heavy conditions with a lot of impact loads. In addition, the operating environment conditions are demanding: The outside air temperature can be very cold, but the lubricated components have very high temperatures. Machines are also often exposed to water and snow as well as dust. Teboil HD-M5 N1 Grease is designed to maximize the reliable operation of machines in exceptionally demanding conditions”, says Product Group Manager Ari Holmila.
Teboil HD-M5 N1 Grease is a NLGI 1 hardness class grease made from a thick base oil, polymers and lithium complexing agent. The grease has a strong 5% molybdenum disulphide additive, which makes it excellent for impact-like loads, preventing harmful metal-to-metal contact. The grease also has exceptionally good water resistance properties and it effectively protects the components against corrosion.
“With an even expanded range, we are able to serve our customers working with earthmoving and mining machinery more comprehensively. Earlier in the fall, we launched a fully synthetic transmission oil Teboil Fluid TO-4 Synthetic SAE 50 designed for heavy machinery. In addition, the range already includes a wide range of lubricants, the properties of which have been tested in demanding Finnish conditions”, says Holmila.
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