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Rocol OT20 Grease 200g

Used on breathing apparatus in Ministry of Defence aircraft, sub-sea equipment and in hospitals for ventilators and operating theatre equipment. Ideal for valves, slides, gearboxes and both plain and anti-friction bearings Excellent resi...

  • RS39021
  • Rocol
  • 5024747390212
  • 0,1 kg
  • Primär für Sauerstoffsysteme entwickeltes Perflourpolyether-Fett für Niedrigtemperaturen
ROCOL OT20 is used on breathing apparatus in Ministry of Defence aircraft, sub-sea equipment...mer
Produktinformation "Rocol OT20 Grease 200g"

ROCOL OT20 is used on breathing apparatus in Ministry of Defence aircraft, sub-sea equipment and in hospitals for ventilators and operating theatre equipment.

It can be considered as a “fit and forget” lubricant, compatible with most plastics and non-metallic seals.

As an oxygen compatible lubricant primarily designed for use on breathing apparatus, it lengthens re-lubrication periods dramatically due to its ability to resist degradation in hostile conditions.

ROCOL OT20 is used in gearboxes, anti-friction and plain bearings, or any sliding surface such as pins, valves, plungers, screws etc. Its resistance against aggressive chemicals and strong oxidising agents makes it a natural choice for use in the chemical, dry cleaning, food and related industries.

ROCOL OT20 is an extreme high load lubricant, for a wide range of aggressive environments, which will not have a detrimental effect on rubbers, plastics or metals.

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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

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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