Nye Rheolube 363

Nye Rheolube 363

Nye Rheolube 363

$25.00

NYE RHEOLUBE 363   50 GRAM TUBE  – 363-50-gram – $25.00

 

 

 

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Product Description

 

Nye Rheolube 363

A medium viscosity, lithium soap, synthetic hydrocarbon grease fortified with PTFE to reduce friction. Intended for bearings, gears, slides, and mechanical applications requiring low friction.

GM: 9986139

Lubricant Properties                                  Typical Value           Test Method

Recommended Service Range (°C)    -50 to 125

Thickener                                                        Lithium Soap

Base Oil Type                                                 Polyalphaolefin

Kinematic Viscosity 100°C                     8.6 cSt                           ASTM D-445

40°C                                                                   51.7 cSt

-40°C                                                                 21010 cSt

Viscosity Index                                             143                                  ASTM D-2270

Flash Point °C                                                266                                 ASTM D-92

Pour Point °C                                                -60                                  ASTM D-97

 

Nye Rheolube 363

Today’s vast array of electromechanical devices in semiconductor wafer fabrication, flat panel, solar panel and LCD manufacturing equipment places increasingly challenging demands on the lubricants used to keep them running. Lubricants today must be able to handle higher loads, higher temperatures, extend component operating life and improve productivity. At the same time, they must also eliminate or minimize airborne particle and mist generation which could fog optics or contaminate wafers.

For more than 50 years, Nye has been working with NASA and leaders in the commercial aerospace industry, qualifying lubricants for mission critical components while addressing problems like outgassing, contamination, and starvation. Outgassing reduces the effectiveness of a lubricant and can contaminate nearby components.

Much of this research is now paying off in other industries where Nye is applying this technology to design lubricants for uses in components and sub-assemblies, including the automotive industry.

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