Shell Gadus S2 V220 2 Extreme-Pressure Industrial Grease - 110 Pound Keg
Shell Gadus S2 V220 greases are high quality multipurpose, extreme-pressure greases based on a blend of high viscosity index mineral oils and a lithium hydroxystearate soap thickener and contain extreme-pressure and other proven additives to enhance their performance in a wide range of applications. Shell Gadus S2 V220 greases are designed for multipurpose grease lubrication of rolling element and plain bearings as well as hinges and sliding surfaces such as those found in throughout most industrial and transport sectors.
120 Pound Keg - Also available in BULK.
Outstanding load carrying capacity Shell Gadus S2 V220 greases contain special extreme pressure additives which enable them to withstand heavy and shock loads without failure of the lubricant film. Improved mechanical stability This is particularly important in vibrating environments where poor mechanical stability can lead to grease softening with subsequent loss of lubrication performance and leakage. Good resistance to water wash-out Shell Gadus S2 V220 greases have been formulated to offer resistance to water wash-out. Oxidation stability Specially selected base oil components have excellent oxidation resistance. Their consistency will not alter in storage and they withstand high operating temperatures without hardening or forming bearing deposits. Anti- corrosion protection Shell Gadus S2 V220 greases have an affinity with metal and have the ability to protect bearing surfaces against corrosion, even when the grease is contaminated with water. Main Applications Shell Gadus S2 V220 0 greases are specifically designed for: Steel mill lubrication where a softer grease is necessary for specialized dispensing systems. Heavy duty plain and rolling element bearings operating under harsh conditions including shock loading in wet environments. Specifications, Approvals & Recommendations For additional questions regarding equipment approvals and recommendations, please consult your local Shell Technical Helpdesk, or the OEM Approvals website.