||The Mobilith AW Series products are high performance lithium-complex greases. They are formulated with antiwear agents to provide excellent service under the severe operating conditions of heavy and shock loading. Oxidation inhibitors enhance the ability of Mobilith AW Series greases to withstand operating temperatures up to 175º C with minimum breakdown or leakage. Rust inhibitors protect lubricated components from rust and corrosion. Mobilith AW Series greases are available in NLGI grades from 00 to 3 with base oil viscosity ISO VG 150, except for Mobilith AW 00 which is ISO VG 100. Mobilith AW Series greases have excellent handling and dispensing properties at temperatures down to -40º C, which means they are superior to most high-temperature greases that generally have poorer low-temperature consistency and pumpability. The Mobilith AW Series greases provide superior lubrication under thin film conditions, and resist displacement from highly loaded components encountered in industrial applications. Their excellent resistance to water and protection against rust make the greases well suited to applications requiring maximum protection over extended periods.
Application Considerations: In order to maintain the performance characteristics of the Mobilith AW Series greases, completely clean or purge previously used greases from the system. Mobilith AW Series greases are heavy-duty products designed for multi-purpose industrial applications covering a wide range of operating conditions. Specific applications include: Mobilith AW 1, 2, and 3 greases are recommended for the lubrication of bearings operating with heavy or shock loads, and at temperatures up to 175º C. They are suitable for lubricating cams, ways, and other sliding elements. Other applications include vehicles and greased components in paper mills, where both water and high temperatures are encountered; Mobilith AW 0 and 00 are softer, high-temperature greases recommended for centralised grease application systems, gear lubrication, and where extreme-cold-temperature pumpability is important