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Super Lube Synthetic Grease With PTFE Teflon 21030



I started using Super Lube at the recommendation of the local boat yard to lube my masthead sheave. When I got my Andersen Winches, the grease in the winch looked the same. In talking to Andersen, I find it is the same. Comparing the properties of the grease with other greases, I find it is a truly high quality grease with little aversion to salt water. It also doesn't get your hands dirty :-)

Super Lube can be ordered at your local ACE hardware store for about $5.00 using ACE #08235310305

Super Lube Synthetic Grease With PTFE Teflon 21030 Is A Non-Toxic Dielectric Grease, A USDA Listed H1 Food Grade Lubricant, And A Patented Synthetic NLGI Grade 2 Heavy Duty Multi-Purpose Lubricant. Outlasts Conventional Greases 50-100% And Has Excellent Adhesion. 3 oz tube. NSF® Registered.

Super Lube Synthetic Grease With PTFE Teflon 21030

Super Lube Synthetic Grease With PTFE Teflon 21030, a Dielectric Grease, is a patented NLGI grade 2 heavy duty, multi-purpose lubricant in a 3 oz tube. Synthetic base fluids and the addition of PTFE micro powders combine to form a premium lubricant that provides long life protection against friction, wear, rust and corrosion. Machinery lasts longer, downtime is reduced, and productivity is increased. USDA listed food Grade Lubricant, rated H1 for incidental food contact. Will not run or drip, does not evaporate or form gummy deposits and will not dry out, melt or separate. Compatible with most other lubricants and outlasts conventional greases 50-100%.

Capacity Wt. 3 oz
Packing Type Tube
NLGI Grade 2
Color Translucent White
Temp. Range -45.0 deg.F [Min], 450.0 deg.F [Max]
Flash Point 428.00 deg.F
Specific Gravity 0.8500 [Min], 0.8900 [Max]
Chemical Compound Synthetic
Odor Mild
Physical Form Paste or Gel
Applicable Materials Wood, Rubber, Leather, Plastic, Fabric
Applications Multi-Purpose
Resistance Wear, Corrosive Process, Dirt, Dust, Saltwater, Water
Type Multi-Purpose Grease

Applications:

Automotive-

Disk Brake Quiet, Caliper Grease, Bearing Grease, Battery Protector, Linkages, Hinges & Locks, Dielectric Grease , Hubs, Axles, Chassis, Shocks,
Springs, Seat Regulators &Tracks, Fifth Wheels, Parts Lubricant, Assembly Grease

Marine-

Winches, Pulleys, Trailer & Buddy Bearings, Inboard/Outboard Drives, Winterizing, Snaps, Trailer Rollers & Casters, Dielectric Grease, Prop Shafts/Trim Tabs, Battery Protector, Corrosion Blocking, Electrical Equipment

Household-

Windows, Hinges, Garage Doors, Appliances, Locks, Shop Tools, Lawn Mowers, Snow Blowers, Garden & Farm Equipment, Sewing Machines, Faucets, Pool Pumps

Recreational & Sporting-

Campers, Trailers, Mopeds, Bicycles, ATV's, Motorcycles, Snow Mobiles (prevents ice buildup), Go-Carts, RV's, Hunting Gear, Guns, Ski Bindings, Running Machines, Weight & Fitness Equipment, In-Line Skates, Skateboards

Industrial-

Plain & Anti-Friction Bearings, Ball & Roller Bearings, Wheel Bearings, Chassis Points, Fifth Wheels, Electric Motor Bearings, Disc Brake Assemblies, Freezers, Pumps, Blowers, Cams, Slides, Conveyors, Chains, Snow Removal Equipment, Paving Equipment, Water Pumps, Valves, Open Gears, Switch Assemblies, Radio Antenna Assemblies, Parking Meters, Gaming Machines, Cables, Ovens, Food Processing Equipment, Fans, Electronic Equipment, Deep Drawing Application

Benefits-

Clean, Non-toxic, Non-staining, Dielectric, USDA Rating H1, Will Not Drip, Run Or Evaporate, Impervious To Salt Water, Safe In Potable Water, Long Lasting, Prevents Rust & Corrosion While Reducing Friction, Compatible With Conventional Lubricants, Repels Dirt, Dust, Grit & Grime, Extends Machinery And Equipment Life, Reduces Maintenance While Saving Time & Money, Operating Temperature Range -45F to +450F, Reduces Friction & Wear, Will Not Stain Or Harm Wood, Rubber, Leather, Plastic, Fabrics & Paint.


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