UCON™ LUB 51K

ISO 1000 Polyalkylene glycol that is engineered for superior lubrication of slow-rotating bronze bushings in mill and calendar machines.
Product Overview
UCON™ LUB 51K is an engineered liquid derived from polyalkylene glycol designed to lubricate moving and rotating parts on large-scale mills and calendering machines. UCON™ LUB 51K can be used in the rubber, textile, paper, and plastics industries. It has a viscosity of 1058-1230 cSt @ 37.8 °C
Product Specifications
Color: Brown
Odor: Pungent
Boiling point (760 mmHg): > 200 °C
Vapor Pressure: < 0.01 mmHg at 20 °C
Relative Vapor Density (air = 1): >10
Relative Density (water = 1): 1.060 at 20 °C
Pour point: -30 °C
Primary Chemistry: Polyalkylene glycol
Features & Benefits
Soluble in water
High viscosity index
Chemically and thermally stable
Easier to clean up
Compatible with a wide range of bearings and gearing
Problems Solved
Frequent Downtime from Maintenance
Excessive MRO Costs from Repair or Replacement
Sludge or Varnish Build Up on Calender Rolls
Applications
Designed to lubricate moving and rotating parts on large-scale mills and calendering machines used in the rubber, textile, paper, and plastics industries. UCON Calender Lubricant 51K is especially suitable for lubrication of slow-rotating bronze bushings.