Gear Syn MPC

Micropitting Resistance EP Synthetic Gear Oils
GEAR SYN MPC Seriesextreme pressure synthetic gear oils are a family of products particularly suited to gear applications requiring micropitting resistance. 
They are available in ISO grades 220, 320 and 460. These products are formulated with polyalphaolefin (PAO) base stocks in order to provide performance greatly superior to conventional petroleum oils. Themolecular structure of PAO resembles that of high quality petroleum oils. Indeed, PAO fluids are fully compatible with petroleum based oils while offering significantly improved load carrying ability, excellent wear and rust protection, high viscosity index, high flash point, low pour point, outstanding oxidative stability, and cleaner running systems.
Customer Benefits
  • Excellent oxidation and thermal stability
  • High operating temperature range
  • Lower maintenance costs
  • Excellent load carrying ability
  • Extended lubricant life
  • Improved cleanliness
  • Compatible with paints, gaskets, and seals used with conventional petroleum based oils
  • Compatible with petroleum oils, therefore allowing minimal effort to changeover
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Applications
  • Particularly suited to gear applications in which extreme service conditions
  • All types of enclosed gear drives
  • Bearings, including plain, rolling elements and antifriction types
  • Applications requiring high micropitting resistance such as in Wind Turbine Gear systems
Specifications
  • Approved by FLENDERS GmbH as a High Micropitting Resistant Lubricant
  • Gear SYN MPC 220 is approved P-74 by Cincinnati Machine (CM-P)
  • Meets or exceeds the requirements of:
    • ANSI/AGMA 9005 (Table 3)
    • AISE 224 (formerly USS 224)
    • DIN 51517 part 3
    • David Brown S1.53.101
    • Cincinnati Machine P-35 (ISO 460) and P-59 (320)
Packaging
  • 18 Liters pails, and 209 Liters drums
Compatibility No special precautions related to compatibility are required when changing over from a mineral oil lubricant to Petronas synthetic hydrocarbon based lubricant.
Product Typicals
Characteristics Grade
MPC 220 MPC 320 MPC 460
Viscosity, cSt
@ 40°C 219 299 451
@ 100°C 24.8 32.3 45
Viscosity Index 142 149 156
Pour Point (max.), °C -54 -45 -42
Flash Point (min.), °C 264 260 264
Foaming Tendency, ml ( SeqI, II ) 0/0 0/0 0/5
Micropitting Resistance Test High High High
FZG Gear Test, Pass Stage 12 12 12
Density @15°C 0.899 0.899 0.909


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