Applied Lubrication Technology’s synthetic OCL 220 HPLD, is a non-molybdenum disulfide based synthetic high temperature lubricant. It is our longest lasting lubricant at high temperatures leaving very low varnish or carbon residue. While competitor’s lubricants will have degraded, OCL 220 HPLD will remain as a liquid for longer periods of time, thereby reducing consumption. This lubricant will also soften carbon residue that may have been left from previous lubricants. Its wetting and penetrating capability loosens barrels and links which have heavy deposits and no longer spin or move freely. The temperature ranges for this lubricant range from ambient up to 276°C (530°F).
OCL 220 HPLD is especially formulated to be applied by ALT’s automated lubrication systems.
|OCL 220 HPLD||Typical Properties|
|Appearance||Clear / Amber|
|Viscosity||220 cSt @ 40°C|
|16 cSt @ 100°C|
|VI (Viscocity Index)||75|
|Pour Point||-20°C (-4°F)|
|Flash Point (COC)||310°C (590°F)|
|Fire Point||330°C (626°F)|
|Four Ball Wear Scar, MM-1hr, 1200 rpm, 40Kg, 100°C||0.43|
OCL 220 HPLD can also be used for the lubrication of many different mechanical systems such as; bearings, gears, sprockets, hinges, firearms, linkages, threads, slides, cables, locking mechanisms and more. Although, this product has been specifically developed for the lubrication of conveyor chains, its chemical composition makes it suitable for many other applications.
OCL 220 HPLD is available in 18.9 Liter (5 Gallon) Pails and 200 Liter (53 Gallon) Drums.
All reasonable care has been taken to ensure the information contained in this document is accurate as of the day of printing. However, such information may be affected by changes in the blend formulation occurring subsequent to the day of printing. Material Safety Data Sheets are available for all Applied Lubrication Technology Inc. products and must be consulted for appropriate storage, safe handling and disposal information of the product. Please contact an Applied Lubrication Technology Inc. Representative to ensure accuracy. October 2012.