Multifak® Moly EP
Multifak® Moly EP is a dark gray, multipurpose EP grease primarily designed for construction, mining and agricultural equipment where an extra measure of protection in shock loading conditions is required.
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- Protects metal surfaces
Effective EP additive and molybdenum disulfide solid film lubricant help protect against component wear under high load conditions and/or shock loading. Rust and corrosion inhibitors help protect metal surfaces in wet operating conditions. Even if insufficient grease is used, some molybdenum disulfide tends to stay in place and helps to protect metal surfaces.
- Enhances service life
Excellent oxidation resistance helps to enhance grease service life.
- Ease of application
NLGI 2 grade provides suitable flow properties for grease pump application systems.
- Multifak® Moly EP is a dark gray, multipurpose EP grease primarily designed for construction, mining and agricultural equipment where an extra measure of protection in shock loading conditions is required.
- Multifak® Moly EP contains a highly refined ISO VG 220 mineral base oil, lithium soap thickener, EP additives, rust and oxidation inhibitors, plus molybdenum disulfide solid film lubricant.
- Earthmoving, quarrying and mining
Not recommended for constant-velocity joints in front wheel drive vehicles.
Usable temperature range in continuous service is -30 to 130˚C.
Maximum temperature for short term exposure is 175˚C.