Klübersynth GH 6 oils are gear oils on a polyglycol basis.
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Klübersynth GH 6 oils are gear oils on a polyglycol basis. They have a high scuffing load capacity and micro-pitting resistance. These oils have also proved their good wear protection in rolling bearings on the FAG FE8 test rig for gear oils. Klübersynth GH6 oils stand out for their excellent ageing and oxidation resistance, good viscosity-temperature behaviour and very good thermal stability.
Klübersynth GH 6 oils were especially developed for the lubrication of worm gears with steel/bronze or steel/grey cast iron pairings. The polyglycol base oils and special additives reduce the friction coefficient and provide low wear values, which is a clear advantage in these applications. Klübersynth GH 6 oils achieve a particularly low wear intensity according to DIN 3996 (calculation of load capacity of worm gears). Klübersynth GH6 oils are also used for the lubrication of bevel and spurs gears, rolling and plain bearings as well as all types of denture couplings, especially when exposed to high temperatures. Klübersynth GH 6 oils can also be used for the lubrication of lifting, drive and transport chains.
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