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Gear and Bearing Oils

Low fluid friction produces lower operating temperatures and improved gear efficiency, which translates into reduced power consumption

Posted on April 4, 2016 - ( views)

by TIMGlobal Media

Mobil SHCTM 600 Series gear and bearing oils by ExxonMobil have low traction coefficients relative to mineral oils which derive from the molecular structure of the base stocks used. This results in low fluid friction in the load zone of non-conforming surfaces such as gears and rolling contact bearings. Low fluid friction produces lower operating temperatures and improved gear efficiency, which translates into reduced power consumption.

Mobil SHC 600 Series products have demonstrated up to 3.6% improvement in energy efficiency in controlled laboratory testing. Mobil SHC 600 Series formulation also provides excellent resistance to oxidation and deposit formation at elevated temperatures, as well as exceptional resistance to rusting and corrosion, antiwear, demulsibility, foam control and air release properties, and multi-metal compatibility.


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