Phillips 66 Multiplex Red 2
|Brand||Phillips 66 Shield|
|NLGI Grade||2 - Normal|
|Kinematic Viscosity cSt 40°C||220|
|Kinematic Viscosity cSt 100°C||18.0|
|Penetration ASTM D217||265-295|
|Timken OK Load||70|
|4-Ball ASTM D-2596||400|
Detailed Product Description
Phillips 66® Multiplex Red is a high-performance, multipurpose, extreme pressure (EP) lithium complex grease developed for the lubrication of automotive and industrial equipment operating under heavy loads and at moderate to high temperatures. It is particularly recommended for use in applications that are too severe or require higher performance than that provided by conventional extreme-pressure lithium greases.
Multiplex Red is manufactured with high-quality base oils, a special polymer and a lithium complex soap thickener. It is fortifi ed with extreme pressure and antiwear additives, a tackifi er, and rust and oxidation inhibitors to provide outstanding wear protection, excellent thermal stability at high temperatures, and excellent resistance to corrosion and water washout. It forms an effective seal to help minimize bearing contamination and provides a high level of adhesion to bearing surfaces for improved retention, reduced leakage and excellent resistance to water washout. It is dyed red for ease of identifi cation.
Multiplex Red Grades No. 1 and No. 2 are NLGI GC-LB certifi ed for use as multipurpose automotive wheel bearing and chassis lubricants.
- Wheel bearings of passenger cars, trucks, high-performance vehicles, sport utility vehicles and motorcycles, particularly vehicles with disc brakes
- Ball joints, universal joints, other chassis parts and water pumps on passenger cars, trucks and other mobile equipment
- Heavily-loaded plain and rolling-element bearings in industrial, mining and mobile equipment
- Excellent high-temperature performance
- Outstanding wear protection
- High load-carrying capacity
- Excellent resistance to water washout
- Protects against rust and corrosion
- Good low-temperature pumpability
- NLGI GC-LB certifi ed (Grades No. 1 and No. 2)
Phillips 66 Upgrades Full Line of Premium Grease
Phillips 66 recently refreshed its full line of premium greases, the result of extensive research, product testing, customer feedback and new technology.
“We analyzed the grease market and saw the opportunity for improved additive technology and grease chemistry across our product line,” said Eric Lancaster, Phillips 66 product director. “We’ll maintain our top-selling products and simplify the line to provide an optimized selection of conventional and synthetic greases.”
The line includes more than 50 products spanning numerous National Lubricating Grease Institute grades. The upgraded lubricants cover a multitude of applications and operating conditions experienced in industrial, heavy-duty and automotive equipment.
The product line now includes color-coded packaging categorized by thickener types to help customers find the correct grease for their unique application: Lithium, Lithium Complex, Lithium Complex with Moly, Calcium Sulfonate, Polyurea, and Specialty. Certifications for products within the line include Ford, General Motors, John Deere, Meritor, Mack, and others. The upgraded line became available at the beginning of October.
Suggestions for Aircraft Engine Storage and Infrequently Flown Aircraft
Written by Steven Strollo, Phillips 66 Lubricants Field Engineer Ideally, aircraft engines should be used on a regular basis. Rust can occur when an engine is used infrequently or operated for a short period without reaching an operating temperature sufficient to evaporate the water generated from the fuel combustion process. Flying at least once a […]
Aviation Week Flies With The Phillips 66 Aerostars
Photo credit: Sammy Al-Marhoon During this year’s Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) AirVenture airshow, Lindsay Bjerregaard from Aviation Week was presented with a unique opportunity to ride along with the Phillips 66 Aerostars for her first aerobatic flight. The Phillips 66 Aerostars also shared their maintenance tips that included the use of Phillips 66 Victory AW […]
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Engine Oil Suppliers Target Sustainability Amid Broader Push to Reduce Emissions
As the trucking industry explores zero-emission technologies such as battery-electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, heavy-duty engine oil suppliers are applying less conspicuous methods of curbing airborne particulate matter and carbon emissions. Trucking’s major lubricant brands have been introducing formulations aligned with the rising market demand for more environmentally conscious products amid stricter emission regulations […]
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