Primetals™ Gear Oil Series

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Product Description

Primetals Gear Oils are high performance lubricants offering outstanding extreme pressure and load carrying properties, specifically designed for use in the enclosed gear drives of Primetals Technologies rolling mill equipment.  Primetals Gear Oils are formulated to meet the higher loads of newer gear drive designs by providing extra protection for gears, bearings and seals, as well as protecting gear teeth from micro-pitting wear which can lead to significant gear tooth damage.

Primetals Gear Oils exceed industry requirements for bearing wear protection, offering up to 15 times the wear protection as measured by the industry standard FAG FE 8 test.  Their balanced formulation is able to provide maximum wear and corrosion protection while maintaining compatibility with common gearbox seal materials, thereby preventing oil leaks and reducing the ingress of contaminants.   

Primetals Gear Oils are recommended for spur, helical and bevel enclosed gears on Primetals Technologies mills with circulating or splash lubrication, operating at bulk oil temperatures up to 100ºC. They are particularly suitable for gears working under heavy or shock loads.  Primetals Gear Oils are available in three viscosity grades.

 

Features and Benefits

Primetals Gear Oils utilize the same technology found in the Mobilgear 600 XP Series gear oils, whose demonstrated performance has made them the primary choice of Primetals Technologies equipment owners worldwide.  These premium mineral oil-based lubricants meet the latest gear industry standards and enjoy a reputation for innovation and high performance.  Primetals Gear Oils offer the following features and potential benefits:

Features

Advantages and potential benefits

Enhanced protection from gear tooth

micro-pitting wear

Less gear and bearing wear resulting in less unscheduled downtime

Reduced gear tooth denting from generated wear particles

Up to 22% improvement in bearing life, reducing replacement costs and improving productivity

Improved bearing wear protection

Improved bearing life resulting in higher productivity

Outstanding compatibility with a range of

seal materials

Less oil leakage, consumption and contaminant ingress to improve maintenance, reliability and productivity

Excellent resistance to oil oxidation and

thermal degradation

Helps extend lubricant life and reduce lubrication costs, with reduced scheduled downtime.

High resistance to sludge and deposit

formation

Cleaner systems and reduced maintenance

Wide range of applications

 

Fewer lubricant grades required, allowing for lower purchase and storage costs and risk of misapplication

Strong resistance to rust and corrosion of steel, copper and soft metal alloys

Excellent protection of machine parts, with reduced maintenance and repair costs

Resistance to foaming and formation of emulsions

Robust lubrication and performance in the presence of water contamination or in equipment prone to oil foaming

 

Applications

Primetals Gear Oils can be used in a wide range of industrial applications, especially spur, helical, bevel and worm gearing, as follows:

  • Conveyers, fans, mixers, presses, pumps, extruders and other heavy duty applications
  • Non-gear applications including shaft couplings, screws and heavily loaded plain and rolling contact bearings operating at slow speeds

   

Specifications and Approvals

Primetals Gear Oils meet or exceed the requirements of:

150

220

320

AGMA 9005-E02-EP

X

X

X

DIN 51517-3: 2009-06

X

X

X

ISO L-CKD (ISO 12925-1:1996)

 

X

X

 

Typical Properties                                  

Primetals Gear Oil Series

150

220

320

ISO Viscosity Grade

150

220

320

Viscosity, ASTM D 445, mm2/s @ 40ºC

150

220

320

mm2/s @ 100ºC

14.7

19.0

24.1

Viscosity Index, ASTM D 2270

97

97

97

Pour Point, ºC, ASTM D 97

-24

-18

-15

Flash Point, ºC, ASTM D 92

230

240

240

Density @15.6 ºC, ASTM D 4052, kG/liter

0.89

0.89

0.90

FZG Micropitting, FVA 54, Fail Stage / Rating

10/High

10/High

10/High

FE 8 wear test, DIN 51819-3, D7,5/80-80.Roller wear, mg

2

2

2

Timken OK Load, ASTM D 2782, lb

65

65

65

4-Ball EP test, ASTM D 2783: Weld load, kG

250

250

250

Load Wear Index, kgf

47

48

48

FZG Scuffing, Fail Stage: A/8.3/90

12+

12+

12+

A/16.6/90

12+

12+

12+

Rust Protection, ASTM D665, Sea water

Pass

Pass

Pass

Copper Strip Corrosion, ASTM D 130, 3 hrs. @ 100ºC

1B

1B

1B

Demulsibility at 82 ºC, ASTM D1401 Minutes to 3ml emulsion

30

30

30

Foaming Characteristics, ASTM D 892 Tendency/Stability, ml/ml

 

 

 

Sequence I

0/0

0/0

0/0

Sequence II

30/0

30/0

30/0

  

Health and Safety

Based on available information, this product is not expected to produce adverse effects on health when used for the intended application and the recommendations provided in the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) are followed. SDS's are available upon request through your sales contract office, or via the Internet on www.mobil.com/industrial. This product should not be used for purposes other than its intended use. If disposing of used product, take care to protect the environment.

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08-2020

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