Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease [COLDEX]
5/5

SKU 310201

Category Greases

Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease

COLDEX

Coldex calcium sulfonate grease is a product that has the ability to carry much more load by exceeding the standards. At the same time, it offers long-term working performance due to its ability to work in wide temperature ranges. In this way, it maintains its superior performance by maintaining its form at very low and very high temperatures.
Package: 20 kg, 200 kg
Delivery Date: 1-3 Weeks

Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease Advantages

Calcium sulfonate greases are commonly used in automotive, agriculture, construction, mining, paper production, iron and steel mills and the food industry. Specific automotive applications include chassis, ball joints, universal joints and wheel bearings. Industrial applications include continuous casters, conveyors, ball mills, crushers, offshore and underwater applications.

Calcium sulfonate greases are also used in motorized steam valves to control high pressure steam. These steam valves are typically found in nuclear power plants and thermal manufacturing stations. It is also known that the calcite particles found in calcium sulfonate greases make them a good choice for high temperature applications.

Calcium sulfonate greases are generally beneficial in rust-inhibiting performance and oxidation stability is considered good or excellent. Rust inhibitors are surfactants that neutralize acids on the metal surface. They can also form an oily surface or barrier to stop rust on the surface.

Excellent durability under extreme loads.

Provides superior protection against rust and corrosion.

The cost is much lower because the lubrication period is long-lasting.

Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease Features

Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease Usage Areas

In rods with vibrating and impact loads in the iron and steel industry
Lubrication of high temperature bearings, plain bearings and turrets
Sulfonate grease for moving belt conveyor bearings operating under rough conditions
In the cement industry, in the bearings of rotary kilns with high temperature and dust

Which Industries
Should Prefer?

MINING
WOOD - PAPER
CEMENT

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Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease Tech Data

ANALİZLER STANDART BİRİM SONUÇ
Color Blue - Green
Appearance Homogeneous
Thickener Calcium Sulfonate Complex
Base Oil Paraffinic Mineral
Base Oil Viscosity (cst) at 40 °C ASTM D445 cSt 460
Temperature Range °C -20 / 185
NLGI Class 1,5 / 2
Dropping Point ASTM D2265 °C > 300
Seperation from Oil (% weight) 30 hours / 100 °C ASTM D1742 %wt %2,5
Seperation from Oil (% weight) 7 days / 40 °C IP 121 %wt 0,15
Four Ball Test 1 hour/75 °C - 40kg (392 N) ASTM D2266 mm <0,40
Four-Ball EP Test 10 sec. / 1770 rpm Speed ASTM D2596 kg > 400
Water Washout ASTM D1264 Max. %7,5
Water Spray ( % weight) 38,5 °C, 5dk, Max ASTM D4049 %wt %15
Rust Test ASTM D1743 Pass

Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease Frequently Asked Questions

There are many different types of grease. One of them is the calcium sulfonate complex grease. If the right grease is not used in your equipment, you could be paying too much for spare parts. The right grease, on the other hand, can allow the equipment to function properly for years without maintenance issues. The crucial thing here is to find out which grease is right for your machine’s needs. Not new to the grease market, calcium sulfonate thickeners have been used for nearly 50 years. This particular type of grease has natural extreme pressure (EP) resistance properties that make it stand out from the rest. These properties, combined with the fact that it can be formulated to be used in H-1 (food grade) applications, make it an attractive alternative to other greases. Calcium sulfonate grease is obtained by converting a liquid detergent containing amorphous calcium carbonate into a grease containing calcite particles. Due to the lubricating properties of calcite particles, performance additives that contain sulfur, phosphorus or zinc may not be needed. Therefore, some calcium sulfonate-based greases are attractive for the food industry.
It makes sense to use calcium sulfonate grease when the benefits outweigh or the cost is low. If an application has special requirements only this grease can meet, then it will make you profit. This grease excels in EP performance as seen in ASTM D2596 four ball EP test and ASTM D2509 Timken test. Some formulations also exhibit superior salt spray test performance. Applications that fit into this category include marine environments, drawbridges, automotive or other applications exposed to salty conditions.
Calcium sulfonate greases are commonly used in automotive, agriculture, construction, mining, paper production, iron and steel mills and the food industry. Specific automotive applications include chassis, ball joints, universal joints and wheel bearings. Industrial applications include continuous casters, conveyors, ball mills, crushers, offshore and underwater applications. Calcium sulfonate greases are also used in motorized steam valves to control high pressure steam. These steam valves are typically found in nuclear power plants and thermal manufacturing stations. It is also known that the calcite particles found in calcium sulfonate greases make them a good choice for high temperature applications.
Calcium sulfonate greases are generally beneficial in rust-inhibiting performance and oxidation stability is considered good or excellent. Rust inhibitors are surfactants that neutralize acids on the metal surface. They can also form an oily surface or barrier to stop rust on the surface. Generally, the level of rust inhibition depends on the quality of the oil, although thickener additives can affect oxidation. Four ball tests show that calcium sulfonate grease is suitable for use in weights of 315 kg, 400 kg or more. The calcite particles have been described as forming a sheet or flake-like structure that creates shear planes trapped between metal surfaces. This creates a sacrificial layer on the metal that is continuously cut away. After all, it is better to cut the calcite particles from the metal on the equipment. To summarize, if your applications require H-1 approval and at the same time heat resistance or water tolerance, a calcium sulfonate grease manufactured to suit your needs will best cover your costs.

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THICKENER
Calcium Sulfonate Complex
BASE OIL
Paraffinic Mineral
NLGI
1,5, 2

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WHAT IS CALCIUM SULFONATE GREASE?

Not new to the grease market, calcium sulfonate grease has been in use for almost 50 years. This particular type of grease has natural extreme pressure resistance properties that set it distinctive from others. These properties, combined with the fact that it can be formulated for use in food grade applications, make it an attractive alternative to other greases.

CALCIUM SULFONATE COMPLEX GREASE TYPES

There are numerous grease thickeners available in sulfonate grease production, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. Briefly, typical lithium-based greases are made from a fatty acid, usually 12-hydroxystearic acid, and a lithium base to produce a simple soap that acts as a grease thickener. Components are then added that will allow the EP and equipment to operate at their peak performance.

To make a lithium-based complex sulfonate grease, part of the fatty acid is replaced by another acid that makes the complex soap. This type of mixed soap structure has special properties that allow the grease to be heated to a higher temperature without losing its structure or letting the oil separated from the thickener.

This maximum temperature is called the dropping point. The dropping point is critical because it is the temperature point at which the grease passes from a semi-solid to a liquid state (the oil separates from the thickener). Calcium sulfonate grease has a higher dropping point, making it attractive for some high temperature applications.

Calcium sulfonate grease is obtained by converting a liquid detergent containing amorphous calcium carbonate into a grease containing calcite particles. Due to the lubricating properties of calcite particles, performance additives that contain sulfur, phosphorus or zinc may not be needed. Therefore, some calcium sulfonate-based greases are attractive for the food industry.

5/5

SKU 310201

Category Greases

Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease

COLDEX

THICKENER
Calcium Sulfonate Complex

BASE OIL
Paraffinic Mineral

NLGI
1,5, 2

Package:
20 kg, 200 kg
Delivery Date:
1-3 Weeks

Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease Advantages

Calcium sulfonate greases are commonly used in automotive, agriculture, construction, mining, paper production, iron and steel mills and the food industry. Specific automotive applications include chassis, ball joints, universal joints and wheel bearings. Industrial applications include continuous casters, conveyors, ball mills, crushers, offshore and underwater applications.

Calcium sulfonate greases are also used in motorized steam valves to control high pressure steam. These steam valves are typically found in nuclear power plants and thermal manufacturing stations. It is also known that the calcite particles found in calcium sulfonate greases make them a good choice for high temperature applications.

Calcium sulfonate greases are generally beneficial in rust-inhibiting performance and oxidation stability is considered good or excellent. Rust inhibitors are surfactants that neutralize acids on the metal surface. They can also form an oily surface or barrier to stop rust on the surface.

Excellent durability under extreme loads.

Provides superior protection against rust and corrosion.

The cost is much lower because the lubrication period is long-lasting.

Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease Features

Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease Usage Areas

In rods with vibrating and impact loads in the iron and steel industry
Lubrication of high temperature bearings, plain bearings and turrets
Sulfonate grease for moving belt conveyor bearings operating under rough conditions
In the cement industry, in the bearings of rotary kilns with high temperature and dust

Which Industries
Should Prefer?

MINING
WOOD - PAPER

You can contact us for any questions you may have

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Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease Tech Data

ANALİZLER STANDART BİRİM SONUÇ
Color Blue - Green
Appearance Homogeneous
Thickener Calcium Sulfonate Complex
Base Oil Paraffinic Mineral
Base Oil Viscosity (cst) at 40 °C ASTM D445 cSt 460
Temperature Range °C -20 / 185
NLGI Class 1,5 / 2
Dropping Point ASTM D2265 °C > 300
Seperation from Oil (% weight) 30 hours / 100 °C ASTM D1742 %wt %2,5
Seperation from Oil (% weight) 7 days / 40 °C IP 121 %wt 0,15
Four Ball Test 1 hour/75 °C - 40kg (392 N) ASTM D2266 mm <0,40
Four-Ball EP Test 10 sec. / 1770 rpm Speed ASTM D2596 kg > 400
Water Washout ASTM D1264 Max. %7,5
Water Spray ( % weight) 38,5 °C, 5dk, Max ASTM D4049 %wt %15
Rust Test ASTM D1743 Pass

Calcium Sulfonate Complex Grease Frequently Asked Questions

There are many different types of grease. One of them is the calcium sulfonate complex grease. If the right grease is not used in your equipment, you could be paying too much for spare parts. The right grease, on the other hand, can allow the equipment to function properly for years without maintenance issues. The crucial thing here is to find out which grease is right for your machine’s needs. Not new to the grease market, calcium sulfonate thickeners have been used for nearly 50 years. This particular type of grease has natural extreme pressure (EP) resistance properties that make it stand out from the rest. These properties, combined with the fact that it can be formulated to be used in H-1 (food grade) applications, make it an attractive alternative to other greases. Calcium sulfonate grease is obtained by converting a liquid detergent containing amorphous calcium carbonate into a grease containing calcite particles. Due to the lubricating properties of calcite particles, performance additives that contain sulfur, phosphorus or zinc may not be needed. Therefore, some calcium sulfonate-based greases are attractive for the food industry.
It makes sense to use calcium sulfonate grease when the benefits outweigh or the cost is low. If an application has special requirements only this grease can meet, then it will make you profit. This grease excels in EP performance as seen in ASTM D2596 four ball EP test and ASTM D2509 Timken test. Some formulations also exhibit superior salt spray test performance. Applications that fit into this category include marine environments, drawbridges, automotive or other applications exposed to salty conditions.
Calcium sulfonate greases are commonly used in automotive, agriculture, construction, mining, paper production, iron and steel mills and the food industry. Specific automotive applications include chassis, ball joints, universal joints and wheel bearings. Industrial applications include continuous casters, conveyors, ball mills, crushers, offshore and underwater applications. Calcium sulfonate greases are also used in motorized steam valves to control high pressure steam. These steam valves are typically found in nuclear power plants and thermal manufacturing stations. It is also known that the calcite particles found in calcium sulfonate greases make them a good choice for high temperature applications.
Calcium sulfonate greases are generally beneficial in rust-inhibiting performance and oxidation stability is considered good or excellent. Rust inhibitors are surfactants that neutralize acids on the metal surface. They can also form an oily surface or barrier to stop rust on the surface. Generally, the level of rust inhibition depends on the quality of the oil, although thickener additives can affect oxidation. Four ball tests show that calcium sulfonate grease is suitable for use in weights of 315 kg, 400 kg or more. The calcite particles have been described as forming a sheet or flake-like structure that creates shear planes trapped between metal surfaces. This creates a sacrificial layer on the metal that is continuously cut away. After all, it is better to cut the calcite particles from the metal on the equipment. To summarize, if your applications require H-1 approval and at the same time heat resistance or water tolerance, a calcium sulfonate grease manufactured to suit your needs will best cover your costs.

Contact Form

WHAT IS CALCIUM SULFONATE GREASE?

Not new to the grease market, calcium sulfonate grease has been in use for almost 50 years. This particular type of grease has natural extreme pressure resistance properties that set it distinctive from others. These properties, combined with the fact that it can be formulated for use in food grade applications, make it an attractive alternative to other greases.

CALCIUM SULFONATE COMPLEX GREASE TYPES

There are numerous grease thickeners available in sulfonate grease production, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. Briefly, typical lithium-based greases are made from a fatty acid, usually 12-hydroxystearic acid, and a lithium base to produce a simple soap that acts as a grease thickener. Components are then added that will allow the EP and equipment to operate at their peak performance.

To make a lithium-based complex sulfonate grease, part of the fatty acid is replaced by another acid that makes the complex soap. This type of mixed soap structure has special properties that allow the grease to be heated to a higher temperature without losing its structure or letting the oil separated from the thickener.

This maximum temperature is called the dropping point. The dropping point is critical because it is the temperature point at which the grease passes from a semi-solid to a liquid state (the oil separates from the thickener). Calcium sulfonate grease has a higher dropping point, making it attractive for some high temperature applications.

Calcium sulfonate grease is obtained by converting a liquid detergent containing amorphous calcium carbonate into a grease containing calcite particles. Due to the lubricating properties of calcite particles, performance additives that contain sulfur, phosphorus or zinc may not be needed. Therefore, some calcium sulfonate-based greases are attractive for the food industry.