InfinX MRO 2510

$26.00

InfinX MRO 2510 is a premium grease designed for use in hazardous operations. Engineered using Halocarbon PCTFE Technology, this grease provides versatility and broad materials compatibility. It is non-flammable, moisture-resistant, and chemically inert. InfinX MRO 2510 is safe for use with reactive gases, Lewis acids, and aggressive oxidizers.

InfinX MRO 2510 is a replacement for Halocarbon 25-10m grease.

 

Chlorine Compatible
Chemically Inert
Nonflammable
SKU: 2510-0.5oz-TB
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InfinX MRO 2510 is a premium grease designed for use in hazardous operations. Engineered using Halocarbon PCTFE Technology, this grease provides versatility and broad materials compatibility. It is non-flammable, moisture-resistant, and chemically inert. InfinX MRO 2510 is safe for use with reactive gases, Lewis acids, and aggressive oxidizers.

InfinX MRO 2510 is an NLGI 1 grease and works across a wide range of operating temperatures (0 °C to +150 °C). This grease comes formulated with a rust inhibitor, and compatible with a variety of O-rings, gaskets, and threaded connectors. When used with threaded stainless-steel fasteners, InfinX MRO 2510 provides a long-lasting protective seal that eliminates galling and cold-welding.

InfinX MRO 2510 is a replacement for Halocarbon 25-10m grease.

• NLGI Grade #: 1.5

• Thickener: PCTFE

• Color: Smooth, Off-white

• Minimum Operating Temperature: 0°C (32°F)

• Maximum Operating Temperature: 176°C (350°F)

• Base Oil Type: PCTFE

• Base Oil Viscosity, cSt: 1000 @ 38°C

• Dropping Point, C: None

• Flash Point, C: None

• Chlorine gas production and handling

• Bromine gas production and handling

• Water treatment facilities

• Bleach manufacturing processes

• Chlor-alkali processes

• Pool chemical manufacture

• Stainless steel anti-galling coatings

• Fertilizer production

• Reactive metals and Lewis acids (SiCl4, AlCl3, BF3, AsF3, TiCl4, AsF3)

• Caustic soda and Lye production and handling (NaOH, KOH)

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