Krytox™ GPL207 Grease has all of the same properties as the Krytox™ GPL107 oil that it is made from, but thickened with PTFE to a standard NLGI Grade 2.
Krytox™ GPL207 Grease is a general use lubricant for applications where inert, non-flammable and highest range temperature range use is required.
Krytox™ GPL207 Grease provides lubrication for valves and bearings and does not contain specialty additives. A PFPE base oil with PTFE thickener, Krytox™ GPL207 can be used in equipment that comes into contact with reactive chemicals, seal barrier fluids and oxygen systems. Krytox™ GPL207 has a base oil viscosity of 450 cSt @40°C. This grease is suitable to use in applications up to 288°C. Krytox™ GPL207 greases are white buttery greases with all of the same properties as the Krytox™ GPL107 oils that they are made from, but they are in grease form. GPL207 grade has high molecular weight of the base PFPE oil, to improve functionality at higher temperatures for specific applications.
ISO Grade: 460
Estimated Useful Range: -30°C to 288°C
Oil Viscosity @40°C: 450
Oil Viscosity Index: 145
Oil Pour Point: -30°C
Oil Density, g/ml @0°C: 1.95
Maximum Oil Volatility, % in 22 hr @121°C: 0.01
Oil Separation, wt loss, % in 30 hr @99°C: 4%
Food Grade Compatible (H1): Yes
NLGI Grade: 2
Primary Chemistry: PFPE
General use lubricant for applications where inert, non-flammable and mid range temperature range use is required.
High molecular weight of the base oil allows operation at higher temperatures for specific applications.
A high performance grease utilizing PFPE oil and thickened with PTFE powder. Commonly used in the automotive and industrial market, applications for these greases include, but are not limited to, bearings, valves, gears, seals, and pumps.
Krytox™ GPL207 has a base oil viscosity of 450 cSt @ 40° C. This grease is suitable to use in applications up to 550° F.
Krytox™ greases are nontoxic lubricants that maintain their lubricity and viscosity properties to reduce maintenance costs associated with re-lubrication, component failure, and downtime in demanding applications. They are created by thickening synthetic perfluoropolyether-based oil (PFPE) with polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) powder.