Slick-33 Ultra Low Friction Grease is a Fully Synthetic grease based on advanced nanotechnology that is at the apex of modern lubrication technological design. EP-35 improves lubrication properties by decreasing friction and wear with never seen before results in industrial lubricants. Slick-33 is our lowest coefficient of friction lubricant that we have ever produced! 0.0467% CoF ASTM D2266.
Qualities of NanoSlick Slick 33 Ultra Low Friction Grease:
- Particles of Tungsten Disulfide create a molecular bond between metals, providing a protective layer that has the ability to reduce friction and wear by 45%.
- Industrial testing proves this is one of the slickest ultra low friction lubricants available on the market! 0.0467% CoF ASTM D2266
- Patented fully synthetic NLGI 2 lubricant.
- Nanotechnology infused with pure Tungsten Disulfide for an Extreme Pressure capability of 300,000PSI.
- Proprietary blend of additives to provide superior protection against rust and corrosion.
- Dropping Point of 500 degrees F.
- Reduces component wear, reduces energy consumption, extends part life, reduces downtime, extends maintenance intervals.
Our Slick-33 Ultra Low Friction Grease is specifically designed as low friction torque lubricant, a must have for high-speed bearing applications. Slick-33 Ultra Low Friction grease has countless applications, including greasing sliding surfaces, open gears, as well as many industrial, agricultural, and automotive uses. It lasts up to four times longer than comparable grease products! EP-35 is highly resistant to rust, water, and humidity in the environment and it offers exceptional mechanical stability under high shear. With an application temperature range of -45°F to 450°F (-43°C to 232°C)
Non-useful friction is simply a wasted energy, expelled in the form of heat. High amounts of friction often lead to higher wear, poor reliability, and ultimately a lower life-span. When using a low-torque lubricant it is essential to remember that too much grease can be a bad thing, as a high grease fill means greater resistance and a lack of free space to dissipate heat.