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Overview of the conductive grease range

Conductive grease typically serves as a path to earth or ground in a customer component or device. For example, any rotating component supported by ball...

Electrically charged bearing wear test with non-conductive and conductive grease

Our new video simulates the challenges faced with a bearing static discharge application. In the test a bearing is electrically charged; when a bearing...

Choosing a worm gear grease

Selecting the right grease for your worm gear is almost as important as picking the gear materials. Lubricants play a critical role in improving...

Potentiometer Maintenance and Lubrication-Case Study

Two ageing potentiometers had developed electrical contact noise which was impacting on the usability of the equipment in which they serve. Both potentiometers required...

Angle Grinder gear lubrication-Case Study

Like most power tools, commercial grinders operate at high speeds with considerable amounts of applied pressure. If not addressed in the design stage, these...

Base oil temperature capability information

We have a number of base oils to select from when formulating a grease. Quite often the first way to start the product selection...

Electrically Conductive Grease introduction

If static discharge poses is an issue or poses a hazard to your device, consider using a conductive grease. For example, any rotating component...

Lubricants and possible plastic or rubber compatibility issues

If you are trialling the use of a grease or oil in a prototype device then you will appreciate how crucial lubricants can be;...

What is grease?

What constitutes a grease? There are three main components that make a grease, base oil, thickener (sometimes called gellent) and an additive package. Making...

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