Aluminum Complex Grease [PLEXON GA 461]
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SKU 310140

Category Greases

Aluminum Complex Grease

PLEXON GA 461

Aluminum Complex Grease is formulated with high performance mineral oil and aluminum complex soap thickener. It is specially designed for bearings and lubrication points in food and pharmaceutical industries. Produced using high technology, the product is designed to appeal to many purposes and has a white color.
Package: 18 kg, 180 kg
Delivery Date: 1-3 Weeks

Aluminum Complex Grease Advantages

Plexon ga 416, which has H2 approval, is preferred in most aqueous applications due to its gel consistency. It is ideal for small plastic bearings and is used in bearings that come into contact with water due to its water resistance. It contributes to production at all points where there is no risk of food contact in all companies that support food safety.

Used in equipment that requires high-performance lubricants, synthetic products play an important role in preventing contamination and maintaining brand integrity.

The Corfin Lubrication brand, which is among the best in the world, has become an extension of a professional plant’s own maintenance department and will provide training and technical support, will be an ideal choice for aluminum complex grease selection in this sense.

WHAT IS ALUMINIUM COMPLEX GREASE?
In terms of performance, aluminum complex grease performs as well as lithium complex grease in many respects, and may exceed it in some key areas.

Lubricating greases consist of base oil, thickener and additives. Typical proportions are 70 to 90 percent base oil, 3 to 30 percent thickener and up to 10 percent additives. These proportions may vary depending on the specific application for which the grease is designed.

The thickener is formed in the base oil by a chemical reaction. The by-products are then removed and more oil and additives are added. The grease mixture is then homogenized. The more thickener that is added, the harder the finished product will be. These thickeners are sometimes referred to as soaps.

Aluminum complex grease thickeners can be simple metal soaps, complex metal soaps or non-soap thickeners. The difference between simple and complex metal soaps is chemical and varies depending on whether long or short chain fatty acids are used in the grease formulation.

NSF REGISTRATION NUMBER 151602

It can operate in a wide temperature range of -20 / 125 °C.

The compressive strength is extremely high.

Aluminum Complex Grease Features

Aluminum Complex Grease Usage Areas

In bearings and bearing housings of rotary kilns in the food industry
For bearings in the iron and steel industry with impact or vibrating loads at medium and high speeds and under high temperatures.
In sectors such as mining, automotive, paper, cement, agricultural machinery and construction machinery
Aluminum complex grease is used in all high temperature bearings and bearing housings.

Which Industries
Should Prefer?

FOOD AND PHARMACEUTICAL
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Aluminum Complex Grease Tech Data

ANALİZLER STANDART BİRİM SONUÇ
Color Transparent
Appearance Homogeneous
Thickener Aluminum Complex
Base Oil Mineral White Oil
Base Oil Viscosity (cst) at 40 °C ASTM D445 cst 460
Temperature Range °C -20 / 125
NLGI Class 2
Penetration ASTM D217 mm/10 265 - 295
Dropping Point ASTM D2265 °C > 245
Seperation from Oil (% weight)30 hours / 100 °C ASTM D6184 %wt % 4,60
Seperation from Oil (% weight) 7 days / 40 °C IP 121 %wt 0,50
Four Ball Test 1 hour /75 °C - 40kg (392 N) ASTM D2266 mm 0,65
Four-Ball EP Test 10 sec. / 1770 rpm Speed ASTM D2596 kg 300
Water Spray (% weight) 38 °C, 5 min, Max. ASTM D4049 %wt %35
Rust Test ASTM D1743 Pass

Aluminum Complex Grease Frequently Asked Questions

The addition of silicon carbide (SiC) and aluminum oxide (Al2O3) as reinforcements in aluminum metal matrix composites can provide several benefits, including increased strength and stiffness: SiC and Al2O3 are very hard materials with high strength and stiffness. Adding these reinforcements to the aluminum matrix can significantly increase the overall strength and hardness of the grease, making it more suitable for use in structural applications. Improved wear resistance: They have excellent wear resistance, which can increase the durability and lifetime of the grease. This is particularly useful in applications where MMC is exposed to high levels of wear and erosive forces. Improved thermal stability: SiC and Al2O3 have high melting points and good thermal stability, which can help improve the overall thermal stability of the grease. This is particularly important in high temperature applications where the grease may be exposed to thermal cycling or high temperatures. Improved corrosion resistance: SiC and Al2O3 have good corrosion resistance, which can help improve the overall corrosion resistance of the lubricant. This is especially useful in applications where the aluminum complex grease will be exposed to corrosive environments. In general, the addition of SiC and Al2O3 as reinforcement to aluminum complex greases can significantly improve the mechanical, thermal and corrosion properties of the material, making it more suitable for a wide range of applications.
Extensive localized corrosion of Al alloys, ranging from small pits to extensive corrosion over the entire surface, can occur in narrow crevices caused by the geometry of the structure, e.g. riveted plates, threaded joints, etc. – Contact of the metal with non-metallic solids, e.g. plastics, rubber, etc. – Deposits of sand, dirt, or permeable corrosion products on the metal surface. Differential ventilation plays an important role in the crevice corrosion mechanism, but it is not the only cause. In reality, the situation is much more complex due to acid formation within the crevice. In an aluminum crevice, corrosion shows little progress, possibly due to the precipitation of aluminum oxide, a corrosion product that restricts entry into the crevice.
Aluminas used for column chromatography or thin-layer chromatography are treated with acid or base to adjust the pH of the 10% slurry (weight/volume in water) to acidic, basic or neutral. These are designated A, B, and N, respectively. Acidic alumina has a pH of about pH 4.5, basic alumina has a pH of about pH 10. After preparation (precipitation), alumina contains an alkaline extract (up to pH 11), from which neutral alumina is obtained by washing with distilled water. If acidic alumina is required, the adsorbent is adjusted with an acid in suspension until the pH of the extract is 4-6.
If you are interested in characterizing the material and comparing different material types, the 0.2% offset method is probably the best method because it is used in industry and is repeatable. It is also preferable to use standardized tensile specimen geometries to avoid geometric variation. However, if you are going to use this yield stress in a material model or plasticity code, such as an FEM, you may want to backcast the yield stress based on the plastic deformation properties of the material. This will reduce the error in simulations or subsequent calculations. It is important to note that the “yield point” as we usually use it does not exist: This is a convenient way to quickly characterize and describe material properties. Depending on what you want to know about your material (or its application), another definition of yield strength may be more appropriate.

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Aluminum Complex
BASE OIL
White Oil
NLGI
2

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WHY CORFİN NSF APPROVED COMPLEX GREASE?
Choosing the right H2 aluminum complex grease is very important. It is critical to select a lubricant supplier with a complete product line that also understands the customer’s business and maintenance obstacles.

Using the right food-grade aluminum complex grease ensures that food processing companies can provide safe consumables while maintaining food brand value. While a mineral-based or synthetic lubricant can be used, the specific applications of a plant must be considered before making an appropriate decision, including gear type, speed, drives and productivity levels.

Other attributes to consider include on-time delivery of products and services, accurate response to inquiries, and the ability to create customized solutions. Corfin Lubrication has the expertise in aluminum complex greases to support other value-added services such as plant surveys, equipment validation, grade determination, product consolidation and oil analysis.

5/5

SKU 310140

Category Greases

Aluminum Complex Grease

PLEXON GA 461

THICKENER
Aluminum Complex

BASE OIL
White Oil

NLGI
2

Package:
18 kg, 180 kg
Delivery Date:
1-3 Weeks

Aluminum Complex Grease Advantages

Plexon ga 416, which has H2 approval, is preferred in most aqueous applications due to its gel consistency. It is ideal for small plastic bearings and is used in bearings that come into contact with water due to its water resistance. It contributes to production at all points where there is no risk of food contact in all companies that support food safety.

Used in equipment that requires high-performance lubricants, synthetic products play an important role in preventing contamination and maintaining brand integrity.

The Corfin Lubrication brand, which is among the best in the world, has become an extension of a professional plant’s own maintenance department and will provide training and technical support, will be an ideal choice for aluminum complex grease selection in this sense.

WHAT IS ALUMINIUM COMPLEX GREASE?
In terms of performance, aluminum complex grease performs as well as lithium complex grease in many respects, and may exceed it in some key areas.

Lubricating greases consist of base oil, thickener and additives. Typical proportions are 70 to 90 percent base oil, 3 to 30 percent thickener and up to 10 percent additives. These proportions may vary depending on the specific application for which the grease is designed.

The thickener is formed in the base oil by a chemical reaction. The by-products are then removed and more oil and additives are added. The grease mixture is then homogenized. The more thickener that is added, the harder the finished product will be. These thickeners are sometimes referred to as soaps.

Aluminum complex grease thickeners can be simple metal soaps, complex metal soaps or non-soap thickeners. The difference between simple and complex metal soaps is chemical and varies depending on whether long or short chain fatty acids are used in the grease formulation.

NSF REGISTRATION NUMBER 151602

It can operate in a wide temperature range of -20 / 125 °C.

The compressive strength is extremely high.

Aluminum Complex Grease Features

Aluminum Complex Grease Usage Areas

In bearings and bearing housings of rotary kilns in the food industry
For bearings in the iron and steel industry with impact or vibrating loads at medium and high speeds and under high temperatures.
In sectors such as mining, automotive, paper, cement, agricultural machinery and construction machinery
Aluminum complex grease is used in all high temperature bearings and bearing housings.

Which Industries
Should Prefer?

FOOD AND PHARMACEUTICAL
SOON

You can contact us for any questions you may have

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Aluminum Complex Grease Tech Data

ANALİZLER STANDART BİRİM SONUÇ
Color Transparent
Appearance Homogeneous
Thickener Aluminum Complex
Base Oil Mineral White Oil
Base Oil Viscosity (cst) at 40 °C ASTM D445 cst 460
Temperature Range °C -20 / 125
NLGI Class 2
Penetration ASTM D217 mm/10 265 - 295
Dropping Point ASTM D2265 °C > 245
Seperation from Oil (% weight)30 hours / 100 °C ASTM D6184 %wt % 4,60
Seperation from Oil (% weight) 7 days / 40 °C IP 121 %wt 0,50
Four Ball Test 1 hour /75 °C - 40kg (392 N) ASTM D2266 mm 0,65
Four-Ball EP Test 10 sec. / 1770 rpm Speed ASTM D2596 kg 300
Water Spray (% weight) 38 °C, 5 min, Max. ASTM D4049 %wt %35
Rust Test ASTM D1743 Pass

Aluminum Complex Grease Frequently Asked Questions

The addition of silicon carbide (SiC) and aluminum oxide (Al2O3) as reinforcements in aluminum metal matrix composites can provide several benefits, including increased strength and stiffness: SiC and Al2O3 are very hard materials with high strength and stiffness. Adding these reinforcements to the aluminum matrix can significantly increase the overall strength and hardness of the grease, making it more suitable for use in structural applications. Improved wear resistance: They have excellent wear resistance, which can increase the durability and lifetime of the grease. This is particularly useful in applications where MMC is exposed to high levels of wear and erosive forces. Improved thermal stability: SiC and Al2O3 have high melting points and good thermal stability, which can help improve the overall thermal stability of the grease. This is particularly important in high temperature applications where the grease may be exposed to thermal cycling or high temperatures. Improved corrosion resistance: SiC and Al2O3 have good corrosion resistance, which can help improve the overall corrosion resistance of the lubricant. This is especially useful in applications where the aluminum complex grease will be exposed to corrosive environments. In general, the addition of SiC and Al2O3 as reinforcement to aluminum complex greases can significantly improve the mechanical, thermal and corrosion properties of the material, making it more suitable for a wide range of applications.
Extensive localized corrosion of Al alloys, ranging from small pits to extensive corrosion over the entire surface, can occur in narrow crevices caused by the geometry of the structure, e.g. riveted plates, threaded joints, etc. – Contact of the metal with non-metallic solids, e.g. plastics, rubber, etc. – Deposits of sand, dirt, or permeable corrosion products on the metal surface. Differential ventilation plays an important role in the crevice corrosion mechanism, but it is not the only cause. In reality, the situation is much more complex due to acid formation within the crevice. In an aluminum crevice, corrosion shows little progress, possibly due to the precipitation of aluminum oxide, a corrosion product that restricts entry into the crevice.
Aluminas used for column chromatography or thin-layer chromatography are treated with acid or base to adjust the pH of the 10% slurry (weight/volume in water) to acidic, basic or neutral. These are designated A, B, and N, respectively. Acidic alumina has a pH of about pH 4.5, basic alumina has a pH of about pH 10. After preparation (precipitation), alumina contains an alkaline extract (up to pH 11), from which neutral alumina is obtained by washing with distilled water. If acidic alumina is required, the adsorbent is adjusted with an acid in suspension until the pH of the extract is 4-6.
If you are interested in characterizing the material and comparing different material types, the 0.2% offset method is probably the best method because it is used in industry and is repeatable. It is also preferable to use standardized tensile specimen geometries to avoid geometric variation. However, if you are going to use this yield stress in a material model or plasticity code, such as an FEM, you may want to backcast the yield stress based on the plastic deformation properties of the material. This will reduce the error in simulations or subsequent calculations. It is important to note that the “yield point” as we usually use it does not exist: This is a convenient way to quickly characterize and describe material properties. Depending on what you want to know about your material (or its application), another definition of yield strength may be more appropriate.

Contact Form

WHY CORFİN NSF APPROVED COMPLEX GREASE?
Choosing the right H2 aluminum complex grease is very important. It is critical to select a lubricant supplier with a complete product line that also understands the customer’s business and maintenance obstacles.

Using the right food-grade aluminum complex grease ensures that food processing companies can provide safe consumables while maintaining food brand value. While a mineral-based or synthetic lubricant can be used, the specific applications of a plant must be considered before making an appropriate decision, including gear type, speed, drives and productivity levels.

Other attributes to consider include on-time delivery of products and services, accurate response to inquiries, and the ability to create customized solutions. Corfin Lubrication has the expertise in aluminum complex greases to support other value-added services such as plant surveys, equipment validation, grade determination, product consolidation and oil analysis.