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Chain Lube ETS-G2 was specially formulated for use in kilns, where the ‘point of application’ chain temperature exceeds 190 °C (375 °F), which causes most lubricants to smoke excessively upon contact. Chain Lube ETS-G2 is made from synthetic, clean burning ester base stocks designed for high temperature applications, additives that optimize the performance of the lubricant, and a dispersion of ultrafine graphite particles that provide boundary lubrication. It was designed to have a higher reapplication frequency. The benefit of a higher application frequency is that the graphite film can be replenished within wear points with a lower chance of over-lubricating, which can lead to dripping. Since the longevity of this product allows for longer reapplication intervals than other ester or mineral oil-based lubricants, emissions from the system and the manufacturing facility’s environmental impact are reduced. This lubricant also softens carbon residue left from previous lubricants. It provides excellent wetting and penetrating capability which loosens barrels and links that have heavy deposits and no longer spin or move freely.
Chain Lube ETS-G2 can be used in applications where temperatures can range from ambient up to 482 °C (900 °F).
Chain Lube ETS-G2 was specially formulated to be applied by ALT’s automated lubrication systems.
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