Whenever I need to replace the fluid on a tractor or combine, I always look for the best tacky grease. I have used many different brands in the past, but I like PSC grease because it is durable and meets the performance standards of the NLGI #2.
Multi-purpose EP grease for automotive, agricultural, and industrial uses
Whether you’re in the automotive, agricultural or industrial industry, a full range of tacky grease can provide you with the protection and performance you need. These greases are specially formulated with lithium complex additives to provide superior protection and lubrication in a variety of applications.
The Majestic Hi Temp Premium EP Lithium Multipurpose Grease is a mineral oil based grease fortified with anti-oxidant and rust inhibitors. The grease is designed for a wide range of applications and provides excellent mechanical stability. It is NLGI GC-LB certified. It is suitable for applications in both light and heavy duty applications. It provides excellent shear resistance and excellent protection from high speed, high load, and high temperature conditions.
Aside from its great lubricating properties, Multi-purpose EP grease also offers superior adhesion to metal surfaces and good oxidation stability. The grease also has good shear stability, which allows for increased lubrication. It also contains an additive package that increases the lubricant’s performance under high temperature and high pressure conditions. The grease can be used on all sleeve block bearings and roller bearings.
Durable grease meets NLGI #2 performance standards
Whether you need a high performance grease for your industrial applications or a food grade grease for food processing, Durable Taky Grease meets NLGI #2 performance standards. Using a grease that meets these requirements means that your equipment will be protected from wear and tear and the grease will stay in contact with the parts in even the most extreme conditions.
There are many different options for durable tacky grease. Some of the greases on the market today are lithium complex, Synthetic Multi-Purpose Grease, and Monolec Multiplex Lubricant. Each has advantages and disadvantages, so it’s important to understand each type before using it.
Lithium complex grease incorporates high flash point oils and special polymers. It has excellent water resistance, rust resistance, and oxidation resistance. It also provides excellent anti-wear performance. The grease can be used for both low and high temperature applications.
Monolec Multiplex Lubricant is a versatile lithium complex thickened grease that has been designed to meet the requirements of the GC-LB grease specification. This grease is highly recommended for a variety of applications in fleet and industrial environments. It is also able to perform under high pressure and extreme temperatures.
Monolec Multiplex Lubricant can also be used in automotive applications. It is highly versatile, has excellent water resistance, and provides dependable performance in critical grease points.
PSC grease is great for our fleet
Choosing the right grease for your fleet is an important decision. Grease is an important part of keeping your fleet on the road and safe. It also shaves down repair costs. A fleet of commercial vehicles can cost a pretty penny to repair. A good quality grease is important to maintaining wear components and keeping your rigs safe and sound.
A grease-tastic fleet should have the proper amount of grease and a lubrication system to go along with it. The proper amount of grease is also important to maintaining your trucks’ performance, especially in the most extreme conditions. Grease is a major component in keeping your fleet moving, and should be part of your routine maintenance procedures.
The best way to decide which grease is the best for your fleet is to use a lookup tool, like that provided by Cenex. With this tool, you can see which greases will fit best with your fleet and what lubricants your fleet is currently using.
Grease is a big investment for your fleet, and the proper amount is critical to maximizing performance. Choosing the right grease for your fleet is not for the faint of heart. It is also important to remember that grease is a liquid and should be stored in a temperature controlled storage area.