Grease is a type of lubricant widely used in various industries and applications to reduce friction between moving parts. It is a semi-solid or solid material composed of a base oil, thickening agent, and additives that enhance its performance and specific properties. Grease is designed to stay in place and adhere to surfaces, providing long-lasting lubrication and protection against wear and tear.

Features and benefits:
  • Water resistance
  • Corrosion protection
  • Noise reduction
  • Temperature resistance
  • Sealing properties
Item Code Grease Type Product Form NGLI Grade Colour Viscosity Dropping Point Min Operating Temperature Max Operating Temperature Pack Size
There are different types of greases in order to ensure suitability for a wide range of applications and to meet different industry requirements:
  • Aluminium greases are frequently used in food production machinery due to their high temperature tolerance and moisture resistance.
  • Silicone (also known as dielectric grease) is designed to be used with sensitive components, such as electronics, and protects against galvanic corrosion.
  • Synthetic grease is most commonly found lubricating rotating parts in machinery, such as bearings, due to its resistance to extreme environments and temperatures that may affect mineral-based lubricants.
  • Lithium-based greases are general purpose greases and can often be found in the home as well as in industrial settings. It isn't water resistant, but can withstand pressure and long-term use.

Industrial Motors
Mining & Construction
Steel Industry
Food Processing Machinery
Papermaking Machinery
Industrial Blower
Wind Energy


Q: Grease vs oil

Technically, though, grease is defined as an oil mixed with a thickener. Because of this, oils tend to provide higher running speeds but will not stay in place as effectively. Therefore, whether the bearing is sealed or not, continuous re-application may be needed.

Q: Can I mix different types of greases?

It is generally not recommended to mix different types of greases, as they may have different formulations and additives that could lead to incompatibility and reduced lubricating performance. Always use the same type and brand of grease specified by the equipment manufacturer.

Q: Can grease freeze in cold temperatures?

Yes, some greases can become stiff or freeze in very cold temperatures. For applications in cold environments, consider using low-temperature greases specifically designed for such conditions.