PACIFIC GEARLUBE SYN Lubricants are a complete line of products designed for gear applications operating at high temperatures and / or very low temperatures, severe conditions, or requiring extreme pressure (EP) protection
- PACIFIC GEARLUBE SYN Lubricants are recommended for gears requiring EP protection, operating under high temperatures, for applications which experience a wide range of temperatures and where a long lasting fluid is desired for extended drain intervals.
- They are particularly recommended for lubricating industrial enclosed gears, “sealed-for-life” systems, and heavily loaded plain or roller element bearings. With proper maintenance, the useful service life of the lubricants may be extended beyond the traditional six months or 2500 operating hours associated with mineral oils. They are recommended for splash, idler immersion systems, forced drip and mechanical spray systems. The ISO 320 grade is recommended for splash and pressure lubrication systems operating between 50 °F and 125 °F with pitch line velocity under 1000 ft/minute; the ISO 460 grade is recommended for the same temperatures if the pitch line velocity is over 1000 ft/minute. Higher viscosity grades are recommended for idler immersion systems. No flushing or cleaning is required when converting from mineral oils to these synthetic products.
- PACIFIC GEARLUBE SYN Lubricants ISO 68 and ISO 100 are formulated for use in the lubrication of manual transmissions and transaxles which require an API GL-4 lubricant. They can be used in foreign and domestic passenger cars, light trucks, sport utility vehicles and vans.
PACIFIC GEARLUBE SYN 68, PACIFIC GEARLUBE SYN 100, PACIFIC GEARLUBE SYN 150, PACIFIC GEARLUBE SYN 220, PACIFIC GEARLUBE SYN 320, PACIFIC GEARLUBE SYN 460 & PACIFIC GEARLUBE SYN 680