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Rocol HT70 Hi-Temp Non Carbon Grease 4kg

T70 Grease   Extremely high temperature bearing grease for slow speeds Excellent high temperature resistance – operating from +180°C to +300°C. Designed for high temp-slow speed applications running under 300 rpm only. Gives neg...

  • RS12106
  • Rocol
  • 5024747121069
  • 0,5 kg
  • Hochtemperatur-Lagerfett für langsame Geschwindigkeiten
Product information   ROCOL® HT70 is a high molecular weight hydrocarbon polymer,...mer
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ROCOL® HT70 is a high molecular weight hydrocarbon polymer, containing molybdenum disulphide that evaporates slowly at high temperatures leaving minimal deposits.

ROCOL HT70 is designed for the lubrication of slow speed plain and anti-friction bearings (less than 300 rpm) operating at high temperatures (over 180ºC) where normal greases leave heavy deposits causing blockages and jamming that can eventually lead to bearing failure.

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ROCOL was founded upon the work of Victor Ivanovitch Ragosine, born in Russia, who took a degree...mer
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ROCOL was founded upon the work of Victor Ivanovitch Ragosine, born in Russia, who took a degree in chemistry at the University of Moscow in 1854.

Based in Leeds, UK, the origins of the company date back to 1878 when Victor Ragosine developed a yellow lubricating oil which he subsequently sold throughout Europe. Unlike other lubricating methods the yellow oil was virtually non-corrosive making it technically superior to other products available.

In 1882, the UK agency manager Ernest Glehn bought out Victor and the Russian parent company and established Ragosine and Company, later to be developed into ROCOL.

Whilst they have made significant advances over the years, their ethos remains the same-to create highly technical products of superior quality to the competition, giving you performance you can trust.

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