Wilhelmsen

Product information

Much gear in the maritime and offshore industry is frequently exposed to seawater. Think of when your ships are in extended periods of standstill --- your gear and drives become vulnerable to corrosion and degeneration.

Backed by a strong formulation of select solid lubricants and additives, KLÜBERPLEX AG 11-462 protects your components from such damage, improving their performance, and extending their service life.

KLÜBERPLEX AG 11-462 also displays excellent adhesion strength even in low temperatures, preventing unwanted drip-offs. Due to the use of white solid lubricants, you can expect to enjoy low lubricant consumption and hence less contamination of your machine environment.

Features

  • Minimal contamination of machine environment due to use of white solid lubricants

  • Antiwear and anticorrosion

  • Good low-temperature adhesion

Benefits

  • Reduces maintenance needs of your machines

  • High-performing even in low temperatures

  • Protects your components from wear and corrosion damage, improving their performance and longevity

Specification

SDS

Directions for use

KLÜBERPLEX AG 11-462 is suitable for use as a priming lubricant for gear rim and pinion drives. It can also work as a contrast lubricant for checking the drive's load pattern.

You may also use KLÜBERPLEX AG 11-462 for open gears, low-speed rolling bearings, sliding and guide rails, steel cables of winches or cranes and for marine applications and wind power stations frequently subject to saltwater.

As priming lubrication, apply KLÜBERPLEX AG 11-462 by brush or spatula. For the best result, clean the surfaces before lubrication.

As operational lubrication, apply KLÜBERPLEX AG 11-462 by manually operated grease guns or through appropriate central lubricating systems. You may also apply KLÜBERPLEX AG 11-462 via spraying at temperatures down to 0°C, but use an exhaustion device to avoid inhalation of the spray mist.

Provided sufficient relubrication is ensured, short-term thermal loads of up to 200°C are permissible. Extended exposure to intense sunlight may slightly change the lubricant's surface colour but does not affect its performance.