White PTFE High Temperature Grease, 6 cc, NLGI Grade: 2
- Item # 44N735
- Mfr. Model # 70006
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 15121902
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- Item High Temperature Grease
- NLGI Grade 2
- Base Oil Synthetic
- Container Size 6 cc
- Lubricant NSF Rating H1 Food Grade
- Grease Thickener PTFE
- Grease Color White
- Grease Container Syringe
- Min. Operating Temp. -30 Degrees F
- Max. Operating Temp. 475 Degrees F
- Viscosity Index 140+
- Flash Point 572 Degrees F
- Dropping Point 500 Degrees F
- Four-Ball Wear 0.50mm
- Timken OK Load 50 lb.
- Standards NSF Registered, Category Code H-1
- Application Plain (Journal, Sleeve, Guide) Bearings, Anti Friction or Roller Bearings, Bakery Conveyor Bearings, Paint, Ceramic Curing Ovens, Furnace Door Hinges, Oven Damper Controls, Generator Bearings
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