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Mobil Polyrex EM, Elect Motor Grease, 14oz
- Item # 5XB54
- Mfr. Model # 105330
- UNSPSC # 15121902
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 0.95 lbs.
- ItemElectric Motor Grease
- Size14 oz.
- Container TypeCartridge
- NLGI Grade2
- Temp. Range-29 Degrees to 177 Degrees C
- Flash PointNot Specified
- Dropping Point260 Degrees C
- Four-Ball Wear0.41mm
- Timken OK LoadNot Specified
- Viscosity @ 40C115
- Viscosity @ 100C12.2
- Metal DetectableNo
- ApplicationElectric Motor Bearings, Fin Fan Bearings, High Temperature Pump Bearings, Factory Filled, Sealed for Life Ball Bearings, Ball or Roller Bearings Operating At High Temperatures Where Low Oil Separation is Required, Polyrex Em for Ball or Roller Bearings Operating in Noise Sensitive Environments
- StandardsASTM D6185
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