– Reduced maintenance needs
– low contamination of machine environment due to use of white solid lubricants and low lubricant consumption
– very good adhesion even at low temperatures
– product streamlining possible as the product is suitable for gear rim / pinion drives and bearings
– Improved component performance
– less wear due to selected solid lubricants and additives
– very good corrosion protection also when exposed to salt water
Klüberplex AG 11-461 and 462 offer very good wear and corrosion protective properties contributing to an efficient operation of your highly loaded installations and components. These adhesive greases have proven effective for many years, providing reliable protection of components also when exposed to salt water or during extended periods of standstill.
Klüberplex AG 11-461 and 462 have been designed as priming lubricants for gear rim and prinion drives and can also be used as contrast lubricant for checking the drive’s load pattern. In the offshore sector, marine applications and wind power stations subject to salt water, open gears, low-speed rolling bearings, sliding and guide rails, steel cables of winches or cranes and similar components can be effectively lubricated and protected using Klüberplex AG 11-461 and 462.
Klüberplex AG 11-461 and 462 are applied by brush or spatula. For optimum results, we recommend cleaning the surfaces to be lubricated prior to lubrication.
To determine the right quantity for your application, the diagram overleaf provides guide values.
Klüberplex AG 11-461 and 462 can be applied by manually operated grease guns or through appropriate central lubricating systems and are sprayable at temperatures down to 0 °C. When applied by spray, an exhaustion device is necessary in order to avoid inhalation of spray mist (see SDS point 2). Provided sufficient relubrication is ensured, short-term thermal loads of up to 200°C are permissible.The lubricant quantities to be used depend on the operating conditions and must be determined for each application individually. Extended exposure to intense sunlight may slightly change the lubricant’s surface colour without affecting its performance.
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