FETT 218 M
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FETT 218 M

NLGI 2

GREASE 218 M (FETT 218 M) is a lithium grease with protective emergency running properties caused by the extremely effective amount of the solid lubricant molybdenum disulphide (MoS2). From 0.7 to 1.5 µ thick, these tiny pads form an extremely adhesive, completely smooth, resilient film on bearing surfaces, which thereby accounts for these excellent emergency running properties. GREASE 218 M (FETT 218 M) is suitable for highly loaded, slow-turning ball bearings and tribological pairings as well as for lubricating bolts and slide bearings with oscillating movements.

Technical details

Field of application

GREASE 218 M (FETT 218 M) is suitable for highly loaded, slow-turning ball bearings and tribological pairings. Withstands high levels of stress and has good emergency running properties. Ideal for lubricating bolts and slide bearings with oscillating movements.

Specifications

  • KPF2K-30
  • DIN 51502

Sizes

  • 400g
  • 850g
  • 4.5kg
  • 17kg
  • 22kg
  • 54kg
  • 180kg

Notes

Not suitable for fast-turning or pre-stressed roller bearings.

Nice to know

Advantage

  • high proportion of solid lubricant MoS2 (3%)
  • excellent emergency running properties
  • reliable operation even under extreme impact loads
  • complies with the specifications of well-known manufacturers
  • first-class corrosion and oxidation protection
  • broad working temperature range
  • good resistance to water

Application

GREASE 218 M (FETT 218 M) complies with the specifications of well-known manufacturers of construction machinery and vehicles such as Caterpillar, Komatsu, Akermanns, O&K, Volvo, Scania and many others that require their machines and vehicles to be lubricated with a grease exhibiting a molybdenum content of 2-5%.

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