Mobil SHC Grease 102 WT

Mobil Industrial, Austria

High Performance Synthetic Grease for Wind Turbines

Product Description

Mobil SHC™ Grease 102 WT is scientifically engineered to meet or exceed the demanding requirements for severe wind turbine pitch and yaw applications at extreme cold temperatures. The unique features of synthetic base fluids are combined with those of a high quality lithium complex thickener. This state-of-the-art formulation helps contribute to excellent extreme low temperature application as well as high-temperature performance with powerful structural stability and resistance to water.

 

Features and Benefits

•  The low internal friction and high natural viscosity index of the base fluids offers the potential for improved low-temperature starting and running torque and pumpability down to -50 °C (-58° F).

•  Superb thermal stability and oxidation resistance compared to conventional greases helps provide extended service life with longer relubrication intervals.

•  Excellent rust and corrosion protection provides excellent performance in wet conditions for reduced downtime and maintenance costs compared to/versus conventional greases.

•  Outstanding structural stability in the presence of water helps retain grease consistency in hostile aqueous environments.

•  Excellent pumpability provides reliable lubrication of bearings using centralized grease systems or grease dispensers.

•  Low traction coefficient offers potential improved mechanical life and reduced energy costs versus conventional greases.

 

Applications

     •  Mobil SHC Grease 102 WT meets most specifications of wind turbineuilders and component suppliers and has demonstrated outstanding performance in the lubrication of yaw, pitch, and generator bearings either manual greased or using centralized grease systems or grease dispensers.

     •  For wind turbines operating under extreme low temperature environments.

     •  Recommended application temperature range for continuous operation is from -50° C (-58° F) to 120°C (248° F).

 

Specifications and Approvals

This product has the following approvals:

Tested and approved for material compatibility by IMO

Tested and approved for seal compatibility by ThyssenKrupp Rothe Erde

 

This product meets or exceeds the requirements of:

DIN 51825: 2004-06 KPHC2K-50

 

Properties and Specifications

Property

 

Grade

NLGI 2

Corrosion, Bearing, 48 h, 52 C, Rating, ASTM D1743

PASS

Dropping Point, °C, ASTM D2265

263

Four-Ball Extreme Pressure Test, Weld Load, kgf, ASTM D2596

315

Penetration, 60X, 0.1 mm, ASTM D217

285

SKF Emcor Rust Test, Distilled Water, ASTM D6138

0, 0

Water Washout, Loss @ 79 C, wt%, ASTM D1264

6

 

Health and safety

Health and Safety recommendations for this product can be found on the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) @ http://www.msds.exxonmobil.com/psims/psims.aspx

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06-2020

ExxonMobil Lubricants & Specialties Europe, division of ExxonMobil Petroleum & Chemicals BVBA. 
This information relates only to products supplied in Europe (including Turkey) and the Former Soviet Union.

EXXONMOBIL LUBRICANTS & SPECIALTIES EUROPE, A DIVISION OF EXXONMOBIL PETROLEUM & CHEMICAL, BVBA (EMPC) 
POLDERDIJKWEG 
B-2030 Antwerpen
Belgium

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