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White grease spray

Universal lubricant

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High quality universal lubricant. The white grease spray is liquid when applied to enable deep penetration. It then sets to become a pressure resistant grease. Optimal lubrication is guaranteed, even under high pressure, for a wide range of temperatures. The product protects against corrosion (copper and steel) and is resistant to the damage caused by chemicals and to adverse weather conditions.

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Data sheet

Volume 500 ml
Packaging 12 per box
Product type Lubricant, Technical product
Application domain Surface maintenance
Application area Plastic, Metal, ...

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The white grease spray is ideal for any metal parts that rub against one another (doors, window mechanisms, pedals, hinges, gears, pedal elements, bearings, etc).

Optimal lubrication is guaranteed for a wide range of temperatures (from -40°C and up to peak temperatures of 230°C).

 

Specifications of the White grease spray

 

  • Packaging: 500 ml
  • Composition: mineral oil, lithium soap and EP additives
  • Appearance: almost colourless, allowing it to be used on visible parts
  • Propellant: propane-butane
  • VOC-EU g/l: 539 g/l
  • Relative density (20°C g/ml): 0.658
  • Vapour pressure at 20°C: 2.5 - 3.1 bar
  • Spray flow: 1.8 g/sec
  • Withstands temperatures: -40°C to +170°C

 

Health and safety

Safety data sheets are available free of charge on the internet: www.quick-fds.com.
CLP labelling with two pictograms.

DANGER
H222 Extremely flammable aerosol.
H229 Pressurised container: May burst if heated.
H336 May cause drowsiness or dizziness.
H412 Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

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Instructions of use of the White grease spray

 

Ideally, clean the surface with a powerful PRO TECH cleaner before applying. Shake well the white grease spray before using. Apply the powerful PRO TECH super grease to the surface to be treated. The specific lubrication is effective once the solvent has evaporated (approximately one minute).