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49CL40 M00600403 UNSPSC # 15121503

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Mineral, SAE Grade : 90W, 5 gal Pail

  • Item # 49CL40
  • Mfr. Model # M00600403
  • UNSPSC # 15121503
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Miles Nimbus ISO 220 premium-quality gear and lubricating oil is blended from high-viscosity Index Exxon/Mobil base oils and contains additive systems which impart the superior lubricating characteristics required for gear lubrication, bearing lubrication, slides, ways and chain drives. Using NIMBUS, in conjunction with a proper maintenance program, will help result in longer equipment life, with reduced maintenance costs and downtime. Recommended for spur, helical, bevel, and worm gear lubrication, and plain, ball, roller, and sleeve bearing lubrication.

Technical Specs

  • Series IG
  • Item - Gear Oil Gear Oil
  • ISO Viscosity Grade 220
  • SAE Grade 90W
  • Base Oil Mineral
  • Container Size 5 gal
  • NSF Rating Not Rated
  • Lubricant Additives No Additives
  • Min. Operating Temp. 15 Degrees F
  • Max. Operating Temp. 160 Degrees F
  • Flash Point 420 Degrees F
  • Pour Point 0 Degrees F
  • Container Style Pail
  • Color Amber
  • Standards GM LS-2, U.S. Steel 224, AGMA 9005, DIN 51517 Part 1, 2, and 3
  • Application For Gear Systems Operation
  • AGMA Standard 5
  • Extreme Pressure Use Yes

Miles Nimbus ISO 220 premium-quality gear and lubricating oil is blended from high-viscosity Index Exxon/Mobil base oils and contains additive systems which impart the superior lubricating characteristics required for gear lubrication, bearing lubrication, slides, ways and chain drives. Using NIMBUS, in conjunction with a proper maintenance program, will help result in longer equipment life, with reduced maintenance costs and downtime. Recommended for spur, helical, bevel, and worm gear lubrication, and plain, ball, roller, and sleeve bearing lubrication.

Compliance and Restrictions

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