Krytox™ AUT 2E45 Grease For Electric Motors in Automotive Applications. Contains proprietary, sodium anti-corrosion additive.
Krytox™ AUT 2E45 Grease was designed to address the automotive industry’s need for lubricants that combine efficiency and performance at both low and high temperatures. Krytox™ AUT 2E45 Grease is based on ISO 100-grade perfluoropolyether (PFPE) oil and a sodium nitrite-free anti-corrosion additive for automotive equipment and heavy transportation parts, such as viscous fan clutch bearings, alternators and idler bearings.
End Markets: Consumer Products; Energy Generation & Utility; General Industrial; Transportation
Related Applications: Bearings; Electric Motors; Plain Bearings, Bushing & Sleeves; Pumps
Unsurpassed oxidation resistance of base oil: - PFPE will not oxidize and gum up with age and use. Will not break down with high temperatures experienced in electric motors.
Operating temperature range from –44 to 200°C (–47 to 392°F)
Advanced PTFE thickener: - Special high efficiency thickener will not oxidize or break down with shear.
Lubed-for-life potential: - Typically, no need to re-lubricate bearings during lifetime of electric motor
Excellent corrosion resistance: - Additives offer resistance to corrosion and rust during storage and in wet environments
NLGI Grade: - 2
Color: - White
Base Oil Viscosity cSt at 40°C (104°F): - 100
Viscosity Index: - 119
Anti-Corrosion Additive: - Proipiertary
Penetration Change after 100,000 strokes (mm/10): - 15
Bearing Life, hr, 10,000 rpm @180°C (356°F)*: - 25,000+
Operating Temperature Range, °C: - -44 to 200
Oil Separation at 99°C (210°F): - 4% typical
Copper Corrosion Resistance: - 1B Max
Water Washout %: - 1.5
Primary Chemistry: PFPE
Chemistry: Perfluoropolyether (PFPE)
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.