High Temperature Grease [STEELTHERM 461]
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SKU 310130

Category Greases

High Temperature Grease

STEELTHERM 461

High temperature grease is a product refined with advanced technology, containing mineral base oil and polyurea thickening material. You can actively use the grease, which has a very wide operating range, in many areas. It can be used up to 180°C in rolling bearings. It can also be easily applied in central lubrication systems.
Package: 18 kg, 180 kg
Delivery Date: 1 Week

High Temperature Grease Advantages

High temperature grease with very high wear protection can be used in many areas of the industry. It safely meets the lubrication performance targeted for high points in high lubrication sections in rolling mills via its centralized lubrication system. Thus, high temperature grease offers you a superior lubrication performance beyond your expectations.

High temperature grease offers high performance in wear protection.

It has extra good load carrying capacity

It shows high resistance against corrosion.

High Temperature Grease Features

High Temperature Grease Usage Areas

In vibrating mechanisms where steel and plastic components are operated together,
In bearings and plain bearings operating at high temperatures in the iron and steel industry,
In the iron and steel industry with vibrating, high-speed and impact loads,
On conveyor beds with moving belts operating in harsh conditions,

Which Industries
Should Prefer?

IRON - STEEL
CEMENT
WOOD - PAPER

You can contact us for any questions you may have

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High Temperature Grease Tech Data

ANALİZLER STANDART BİRİM SONUÇ
Color Beige
Appearance Homogeneous
Thickener Polyurea
Base Oil Paraffinic Mineral
Base Oil Viscosity (cst) at 40 °C ASTM D445 cSt 500
Temperature Range °C -10 / 180
NLGI Class 1
Penetration ASTM D217 mm/10 310 - 340
Dropping Point ASTM D2265 °C >240
Seperation from Oil (% weight) 30 hours / 100 °C ASTM D6184 %wt %6,50
Seperation from Oil (% weight) 7 days / 40 °C IP 121 %wt 0,01
Water Spray ( % weight) 38,5 °C, 5dk, Max ASTM D4049 %wt %45
Rust Test ASTM D1743 Pass

High Temperature Grease Frequently Asked Questions

The concept of measurement is subjective when characterizing temperature conditions. Bearings operating in a steel rolling mill rolling table application may be exposed to process temperatures of several hundred degrees and may have to operate at continuous temperatures of 250ºF to 300ºF (120ºC to ±150ºC). Automotive assemblers hang painted metal parts on long conveyors and use large drying furnaces to dry the painted metal surfaces. The operating temperatures of these gas-powered furnaces are kept at around 205ºC (400ºF). In these two cases, the selection criteria differ significantly. In addition to heat resistance, the grease to be used in a hot steel mill application may require exceptional load carrying capacity, oxidation stability, mechanical stability, water washout resistance and good pumping capability, and an affordable price for large volume consumption. It is useful to have a grease selection strategy, taking into account all the important factors that need to be considered.
A reasonable starting point for selecting high temperature grease is to consider the nature of temperature and the causes of product degradation. There is a general relationship between the useful temperature range of a grease and its expected price. For example, a fluorinated hydrocarbon-based (synthetic oil type) grease can work effectively up to 300°C (570ºF) in aerospace applications but can be a bit expensive. The long-term behavior of the grease, especially mechanical (shear and tension) stability, oxidative stability and thermal stability are important causes of degradation. Oxidative and thermal stresses are interrelated. High temperature applications will often degrade grease through thermal stress in conjunction with oxidative failure that occurs when the product is in contact with air. This is an expected effect in most industrial lubricated applications. Selection should always be made with these behaviors of the grease in mind.
The materials chosen as oil thickeners can be organic, such as polyurea; inorganic, such as clay or sooty silica; or a soap/complex soap structure, such as lithium, aluminum or calcium sulfonate complex. The benefits of the grease over time depend on the package, not just the thickening system or the type of base oil. However, since grease performance depends on a combination of materials, it does not represent the useful temperature range. Some clay-thickened (bentonite) greases can similarly have very high melting points, with dropping points indicated in product data sheets as 500ºC or higher. For these non-melting products, the lubricating oil burns at high temperatures, leaving behind hydrocarbon and thickener residues. The organic polyurea thickener system offers similar temperature range limits to metal soap thickened grease. But in addition, it has anti-oxidation and anti-wear properties that come from the thickener itself. Polyurea thickeners may become more popular, but they are difficult to produce and require the handling of various toxic materials.
When selecting high temperature grease, follow these steps: Determine the actual temperature range. The operating temperature may be lower than it appears. Use a contact or non-contact sensor to measure the operating temperature of the grease. Are the machines intermittent or continuous? If continuous, look for a high-end product that meets operational requirements. Are heating and cooling cycles accompanied by machine operating intervals? Consider whether moisture is caused by the atmosphere or by contact. What is a reasonable relubrication interval or opportunity? If relubrication will be difficult, consider a premium product to achieve a lower cost of use, even though it is more expensive. Consider potential cosmetic issues. Can the product drip onto a component during operation? The frequency and volume of relubrication must be balanced against product contamination issues.

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BASE OIL
Paraffinic Mineral
NLGI
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High temperature resistant grease with very high load, water and steam resistance can be easily used in casting plants. Examples of these are plain bearings in casting plants and drive rollers in casting plants. It also plays an active role in the lubrication of conveyor rollers in tunnel furnaces.

Steeltherm 461 is very retentive under both dynamic and static loads. At the same time, it shows extra resistance to water. For this reason, it can be easily used even on surfaces that are frequently in contact with water.

High temperature lubricating grease has a very homogeneous structure with a beige color. With this property, it can be used easily without causing a disturbing appearance. The polyurea substance used in its production significantly extends the life of the grease. Thus, it contributes to your economy by reducing maintenance and material costs.

5/5

SKU 310130

Category Greases

High Temperature Grease

STEELTHERM 461

THICKENER
Polyurea

BASE OIL
Paraffinic Mineral

NLGI
1

Package:
18 kg, 180 kg
Delivery Date:
1 Week

High Temperature Grease Advantages

High temperature grease with very high wear protection can be used in many areas of the industry. It safely meets the lubrication performance targeted for high points in high lubrication sections in rolling mills via its centralized lubrication system. Thus, high temperature grease offers you a superior lubrication performance beyond your expectations.

High temperature grease offers high performance in wear protection.

It has extra good load carrying capacity

It shows high resistance against corrosion.

High Temperature Grease Features

High Temperature Grease Usage Areas

In vibrating mechanisms where steel and plastic components are operated together,
In bearings and plain bearings operating at high temperatures in the iron and steel industry,
In the iron and steel industry with vibrating, high-speed and impact loads,
On conveyor beds with moving belts operating in harsh conditions,

Which Industries
Should Prefer?

IRON - STEEL
CEMENT

You can contact us for any questions you may have

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High Temperature Grease Tech Data

ANALİZLER STANDART BİRİM SONUÇ
Color Beige
Appearance Homogeneous
Thickener Polyurea
Base Oil Paraffinic Mineral
Base Oil Viscosity (cst) at 40 °C ASTM D445 cSt 500
Temperature Range °C -10 / 180
NLGI Class 1
Penetration ASTM D217 mm/10 310 - 340
Dropping Point ASTM D2265 °C >240
Seperation from Oil (% weight) 30 hours / 100 °C ASTM D6184 %wt %6,50
Seperation from Oil (% weight) 7 days / 40 °C IP 121 %wt 0,01
Water Spray ( % weight) 38,5 °C, 5dk, Max ASTM D4049 %wt %45
Rust Test ASTM D1743 Pass

High Temperature Grease Frequently Asked Questions

The concept of measurement is subjective when characterizing temperature conditions. Bearings operating in a steel rolling mill rolling table application may be exposed to process temperatures of several hundred degrees and may have to operate at continuous temperatures of 250ºF to 300ºF (120ºC to ±150ºC). Automotive assemblers hang painted metal parts on long conveyors and use large drying furnaces to dry the painted metal surfaces. The operating temperatures of these gas-powered furnaces are kept at around 205ºC (400ºF). In these two cases, the selection criteria differ significantly. In addition to heat resistance, the grease to be used in a hot steel mill application may require exceptional load carrying capacity, oxidation stability, mechanical stability, water washout resistance and good pumping capability, and an affordable price for large volume consumption. It is useful to have a grease selection strategy, taking into account all the important factors that need to be considered.
A reasonable starting point for selecting high temperature grease is to consider the nature of temperature and the causes of product degradation. There is a general relationship between the useful temperature range of a grease and its expected price. For example, a fluorinated hydrocarbon-based (synthetic oil type) grease can work effectively up to 300°C (570ºF) in aerospace applications but can be a bit expensive. The long-term behavior of the grease, especially mechanical (shear and tension) stability, oxidative stability and thermal stability are important causes of degradation. Oxidative and thermal stresses are interrelated. High temperature applications will often degrade grease through thermal stress in conjunction with oxidative failure that occurs when the product is in contact with air. This is an expected effect in most industrial lubricated applications. Selection should always be made with these behaviors of the grease in mind.
The materials chosen as oil thickeners can be organic, such as polyurea; inorganic, such as clay or sooty silica; or a soap/complex soap structure, such as lithium, aluminum or calcium sulfonate complex. The benefits of the grease over time depend on the package, not just the thickening system or the type of base oil. However, since grease performance depends on a combination of materials, it does not represent the useful temperature range. Some clay-thickened (bentonite) greases can similarly have very high melting points, with dropping points indicated in product data sheets as 500ºC or higher. For these non-melting products, the lubricating oil burns at high temperatures, leaving behind hydrocarbon and thickener residues. The organic polyurea thickener system offers similar temperature range limits to metal soap thickened grease. But in addition, it has anti-oxidation and anti-wear properties that come from the thickener itself. Polyurea thickeners may become more popular, but they are difficult to produce and require the handling of various toxic materials.
When selecting high temperature grease, follow these steps: Determine the actual temperature range. The operating temperature may be lower than it appears. Use a contact or non-contact sensor to measure the operating temperature of the grease. Are the machines intermittent or continuous? If continuous, look for a high-end product that meets operational requirements. Are heating and cooling cycles accompanied by machine operating intervals? Consider whether moisture is caused by the atmosphere or by contact. What is a reasonable relubrication interval or opportunity? If relubrication will be difficult, consider a premium product to achieve a lower cost of use, even though it is more expensive. Consider potential cosmetic issues. Can the product drip onto a component during operation? The frequency and volume of relubrication must be balanced against product contamination issues.

Contact Form

High temperature resistant grease with very high load, water and steam resistance can be easily used in casting plants. Examples of these are plain bearings in casting plants and drive rollers in casting plants. It also plays an active role in the lubrication of conveyor rollers in tunnel furnaces.

Steeltherm 461 is very retentive under both dynamic and static loads. At the same time, it shows extra resistance to water. For this reason, it can be easily used even on surfaces that are frequently in contact with water.

High temperature lubricating grease has a very homogeneous structure with a beige color. With this property, it can be used easily without causing a disturbing appearance. The polyurea substance used in its production significantly extends the life of the grease. Thus, it contributes to your economy by reducing maintenance and material costs.