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United Gray Max NLGI No. 2

United Gray Max NLGI No. 2

United Gray Max grease is a premium, lithium complex grease formulated with 3% molybdenum disulfide for additional load-carrying capacity and anti-wear performance.  It is designed for heavy-duty applications, such as construction and mining equipment where shock load conditions and enhanced wear protection is necessary. United Gray Max has a high dropping point in excess of 500°F, which ensures adequate retention where high temperatures are encountered. It has been formulated with a unique blend of extreme pressure, anti-wear, and rust and oxidation inhibitors as well as functional polymers for better adhesion in wet environments and better performance at higher temperatures.

Features:

  • Premium lithium complex grease with 3% molybdenum disulfide for additional load-carrying capacity and enhanced anti-wear performance
  • Exceptional shock load carrying capability and improved protection against wear
  • Extends pin and bushing service life in off-road equipment
  • Enhanced lubricating performance under heavily loaded, vibrating working conditions
  • Excellent anti-rust and corrosion protection
  • Improved resistance to water washout
  • Excellent mechanical stability provides adequate grease retention in heavy-duty applications
  • Increases equipment life with enhanced wear protection and improved sealing characteristics against dirt and water

Applications:

  • Plain bearings and bushings working under continuous vibration and oscillating conditions with heavy shock loads in industrial and mobile equipment where the manufacturer specifies high-temperature, extreme pressure grease with 3% molybdenum disulfide
  • Chassis components, fifth wheels, tie rod ends, universal joints, bucket pins, kingpins, steering joints, slew gears, off-highway wheel and truck bearings, turret (slewing gear) locking mechanism (or locking pins), and crane wire rope lubrication
  • Sliding applications and chassis elements working under vibrating, high temperature and heavily loaded conditions