Chain Lube FCL-330

Chain Lube FCL-330 was specially formulated to meet the extreme lubrication demands of heat treatment furnace chains, which reach temperatures beyond the capabilities of even the best, solids-free, synthetic lubricants. The base stocks used in this lubricant were selected due to their abilities to satisfy film strength requirements and quickly penetrate the hot chains while also cleaning chain surfaces and breaking down residue left from previous lubricants. They also deliver the solid film lubricant to internal wear points. Chain Lube FCL-330 contains a highly stable wear and friction reducing dispersion of ultrafine graphite particles. This graphite film provides boundary lubrication and helps to prevent metal to metal contact. Chain Lube FCL-330 protects against corrosion, prevents fretting, and reduces break-in time for new equipment. It also eliminates galling, seizing, stick-slip, and press-fit distortion.

All base stocks and additives in Chain Lube FCL-3330 are copper and zinc free to comply with requirements of specific heat treatment processes.

Chain Lube FCL-330 can be used in applications where temperatures can range from ambient up to 482 °C (900 °F).

Chain Lube FCL-330 was specially formulated to be applied by ALT’s automated lubrication systems.


Technical Specifications

Appearance Black
Viscosity 115 cSt @ 40 °C (542 sus @ 104 °F)
Flash Point (COC) 250 °C (482 °F)
Operating Temperature Ambient – 482 °C (900 °F)


All reasonable care has been taken to ensure the information contained in this document is accurate as of the day of publication. However, such information may be affected by changes in the blend formulation occurring subsequent to the day of printing.

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