Indgrease CX 152WR is an NLGI 2 Grade, calcium sulphonate complex thickened, extreme pressure lubricating grease based on mineral oil. It is formulated with antioxidants and corrosion inhibitors and does not contain conventional extreme pressure (EP) and anti-wear additives since they are built in as an integral part of the soap structure.
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Indgrease CX 152WR is an advanced, high performance grease especially suitable for marine and industrial applications. The extreme load carrying capacity and the excellent water resistance make it a perfect choice for heavily loaded applications or where wet and corrosive conditions are encountered.
Indgrease CX 152WR can be used to provide enhanced lubrication and protection for bearings, wire ropes and open gears usually found in marine environments. Other applications include boat trailer wheel bearings and general on-board greasing points in leisure craft and fishing fleets. These include winch gears, bearing buddies, stern drives, steering tubes, cables and prop shaft splines, journal bearings, wire ropes and open gears used in marine deck equipment and in engine rooms.
Indgrease CX 152WR is also suitable for other automotive and industrial applications requiring excellent rust and corrosion protection. These include rolling element bearings, plain bearings, chassis parts, gears and couplings, particularly where water is present such as in steel mills, underground tunneling or mining and ore crushing plants.
For product safety and handling information, refer to Safety Data Sheet (SDS SHEET) below
|Soap Type||Calcium Complex|
|Density at 25°C, kg/m³||<1000|
|Copper Corrosion Test||1a|
|Base Oil Viscosity, ISO||200|
|Operating Temperature Range||-20°C to +150°C|
|Drop Point, °C||>280|
|Maximum Operating Temperature, °C||180|
|4 Ball Weld Scar, mm||0.7|
|4-Ball Weld Load, DIN 51350:4, N (kg)||>7000 (765kg)|
|SKR Emcor Rust Test, Salt Water||0-1|
|Water Washout, 1hr/80°C, %||0|
|Flow Pressure @ -25°C, DIN 51805||<1400 Hpa|