Arctic Green Grease AGG 2
RAVENOL Arctic Green Grease AGG 2 is produced from synthetic esters and high grade mineral oils using thickening agents on a lithium soap base.
RAVENOL Arctic Green Grease AGG 2 is squeeze-stable, oxidation and water resistant and possesses excellent corrosion and wear protection properties.
RAVENOL Arctic Green Grease AGG 2 is used in high compression-loaded roller and bush bearings, such as ring mount roller bearings, bolts, sprockets, axles, screws and much more beside, especially at extremely low temperatures up to -60°C.
Further areas of use are e.g. lifetime lubrication in instruments, for meters, optical instruments, tachometers, potentiometers, clocks, gas meters, for door locks on motor vehicles, construction machinery, all kinds of agricultural and industrial machines, for cooling and air conditioning systems and also for medical apparatus.
The upper operation temperature of RAVENOL Arctic Green Grease AGG 2 in long-term usage is around 120°C. Peaks of 160°C should not be exceeded.
High temperatures lead to a reduced service life. Regular local lubrication prevents damage to material and cuts costs.
DIN 51 502: KPE2K-60, ISO 6743 Part 9: ISO-L-XECEB2
RAVENOL Arctic Green Grease AGG 2 offers:
- Oxidation resistance
- Water resistance
- Good corrosion protection properties
- High thermal capacitance
- High pressure absorption capacity
- High adhesive power
|Thickener||Lithium Complex Soap||–|
|NLGI-Class||2||DIN 51 818|
|DIN-Product-Classification||KPE2K-60||DIN 51 502|
|ISO-Product-Classification||ISO-L-XECEB2||ISO 6743 P.9|
|Working Temperature||°C||-60 / +120||DIN 51 825|
|Short Term up to||°C||160||–|
|Worked Penetration 60 strokes||mm/10 bei 25°C||265-295||ISO 2137|
|Corrosion (SKF Emcor dist. Water)||Corr. Degree||0||DIN 51 802|
|Dropping Point||°C||>180||DIN ISO 2176|
|Copper Corrosion (24h/120°C)||1||DIN 51 811|
|Water Resistance (3h/90°C)||°C||1-90||DIN 51 807 P.1|
|VKA Pressure Carrying Capacity||N||3000 – 3200||DIN 51 350 P.4|
|Kinematic Viscosity (Base Oil)||mm²/s bei 40°C||20||DIN 51562-1|
All indicated data are approximate values and are subject to the commercial fluctuations.PDF Download