FETT 219
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FETT 219

NLGI 2

GREASE 219 (FETT 219) is a semi-synthetic lithium complex grease. PTFE and other solid lubricants that function synergetically produce an extremely adhesive and work-stable high-performance lubricating grease. The EP grease offers effective protection against corrosion and wear. Thanks to special additives, GREASE 219 (FETT 219) offers a high VKA welding load and can therefore withstand extremely high pressure. GREASE 219 (FETT 219) is suitable for lubricating roller bearings and slide bearings under high compressive stress at increased bearing temperatures. Especially suitable for use in earth conveying machines as well as all types of construction machinery.

Technical details

Field of application

GREASE 219 (FETT 219) is suitable for lubricating roller bearings and slide bearings under high compressive stress at increased bearing temperatures. Especially suitable for use in earth conveying machines as well as all types of construction machinery. Complies with the requirements of well-known manufacturers of construction machinery and vehicles such as Caterpillar, Komatsu, Liebherr, Akermanns, O&K and Volvo.

Specifications

  • KPF2P-20
  • DIN 51502

Sizes

  • 400g
  • 4.5kg
  • 14kg
  • 17kg
  • 22kg
  • 54kg
  • 180kg

Notes

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

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Advantage

  • high proportion of solid lubricants
  • excellent emergency running properties
  • reliable operation even under extreme impact loads
  • first-class corrosion and oxidation protection
  • broad working temperature range
  • good resistance to water
  • work stable

Remarks

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What does tribology mean?

Tribology covers scientific research and technical applications of friction, wear and lubrication, taking account of design, materials science, regulations imposed by the authorities, etc. Tribo technology also deals with the retention of the value of machines and tools, simplification of lubrication application, minimisation of energy losses plus environmental demands, cost-optimised production and targeted maintenance schedules.