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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
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.