Krytox™ GPL212 Grease is a black colored grease that is essentially Krytox™ GPL202 Grease with a molybdenum disulfide additive for applications requiring extreme pressure resistance for highly loaded gears and bearings.
Krytox™ GPL212 Grease is a high performance grease utilizing PFPE oil, PTFE thickener, and molybdenum disulfide as an extreme pressure additive. Commonly used in the automotive and industrial market, applications for these greases include, but are not limited to, highly loaded bearings and gears. Krytox™ GPL212 has a base oil viscosity of 15 cSt @ 40 degrees C. This grease is suitable to use in applications up to 270 degrees F.
End Markets: Chemical & Petrochemical; Consumer Products; Electronics; Energy Generation & Utility; Facility Infrastructure; General Industrial; Heavy Industry; Metal Processing & Fabrication; Oil & Gas; Pulp & Paper; Transportation; Wood Products
Related Applications: Bearings; Chains; Chassis; Coating; Compressors; Control Cables; Electric Motors; Electrical ; Gear Boxes; High Temp & Alloys; Multi-Purpose; Noise, Vibration, Harshness; Plain Bearings, Bushing & Sleeves; Power Screw Drivers; Pumps; Reactive Service; Rubber & Elastomer Lubrication; Slides, Guides, & Tracks; Spindles; Valves, Packings, Seals & O-Rings
Krytox™ GPL210 Series Greases are black, fluorinated synthetic greases that are non-reactive, nonflammable, safe in chemical and oxygen service, and are long-lasting. Special MoS additive is included for extreme pressure applications.
ISO Grade: 15
Estimated Useful Range: -63°C to 132°C
Oil Viscosity @40°C: 15
Oil Viscosity Index: 29
Oil Pour Point: -63°C
Oil Density, g/ml @0°C: 1.91
Maximum Oil Volatility, % in 22 hr @121°C: 35
Oil Separation, wt loss, % in 30 hr @99°C: 7%
Food Grade Compatible (H1): No
NLGI Grade: 2
Additives: Molybdenum Disulfide (Extreme Pressure)
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.