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ACME Extreme Pressure Gear Oils ISO Grades 68 (AGMA 2EP), 100 (AGMA 3EP), 150 (AGMA 4EP), 220 (AGMA 5EP), 320 (AGMA 6EP), 460 (AGMA 7EP) and 680 (AGMA 8EP)

Formulated to meet the demanding requirements of gear sets operating under severe service conditions. These gear lubricants provide excellent (EP) properties to prevent scuffing, welding and galling of gear teeth. The enhanced additive package provides superior thermal stability, cleanliness and corrosion protection in the presence of water, contaminates and high temperatures. These products meet the requirements; U.S. Steel 224, 222, 223, AGMA 9005, DIN 51517 part 3 (CLP)

ACME ISO 460 (AGMA 7C) Worm Gear Oil

Formulated to provide protection against oxidation, thermal instability, provide film strength, color stability, resistance to gumming, deposit formation, excellent lubricity and prevent sliding wear in worm gear applications.

ACME Synthetic Gears Oils ISO 68 (AGMA 2EP), 100 (AGMA 3EP), 150 (AGMA 3EP), 150 (AGMA 4EP), 220 (AGMA 5EP), 320 (AGMA 6EP), 460 (AGMA 7EP) and 680 (AGMA 8EP)

Formulated with a PAO base fluid which provides outstanding oxidation, thermal stability and a naturally high viscosity index. Further enhanced with an additive package for increased oxidation stability, extreme pressure properties, and maximum protection against wear, corrosion and foaming. These products meet the requirements of U.S. Steel 224, AGMA 9005-D94 and API Gear Service Category.

ACME Synthetic Food Grade Gear Oils ISO 150, 220, 320, 460 and 680

Formulated for gear systems operating in the food service and packaging industry. They will provide oxidation stability, anti-wear, extreme pressure properties and are extended life lubricants. They are Kosher approved, NSF Certified and meet USDA 1998 (H-1) guidelines (lubricants with incidental food contact).

Synthetic Polyglycol Gear Oil Formulations ISO Grades 220, 320, 460 and 680

Available where conditions demand the properties of this fluid. Provide better wear protection, thermal and oxidation stability, reduced sludge and deposit formation. Incompatible with petroleum oils, do not mix.

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