Krytox™ L-100XP Grease linear perfluoropolyethers (PFPEs) provide exceptional low volatility characteristics for longer lubricant life.
Krytox™ L-100XP grade includes an extreme pressure additive Molybdenum Sulfide (MoS) and has a viscosity of 233 cSt @20°C.
Krytox™ L-100XP Grease linear perfluoropolyethers (PFPEs) provide exceptional low volatility characteristics for longer lubricant life. Krytox™ L-100XP grade has a viscosity of 233 cSt @20°C Krytox™ L-100XP is a Black grease that contains molybdenum disulfide added as an extreme pressure additive for highly loaded gears and bearings.
NLGI Grade: 2
Food Contact Approval: None
Useful Temperature Range, °C: –67 to 290
Base Oil Viscosity cSt @40°C: 100
Oil Viscosity Index: 206
Vapor Pressure Torr @20°C: 1.5 x 10–8
Pour Point °C: -67°C
Oil Density, g/mL, 24°C: 1.86
Primary Chemistry: PFPE
Krytox™ L-100XP Grease is compatible with most all materials commonly used in semiconductor environments, including
metals, plastics, and elastomers.
Krytox™ L-100XP Grease is safe for use around fuels and oxidizers and have excellent load-carrying capacity.
Krytox™ L-100XP Grease is an excellent choice for use in high or ultra-high vacuum and aerospace environments where particulate generation is critical, or where high or extremely high temperatures exist.
Surfaces to be lubricated with Krytox™ L-Series lubricants should be thoroughly cleaned before the grease is applied to remove organic rust inhibitors that could inhibit proper lubrication. These lubricants are extremely inert and will keep their lubricating properties, even after long periods of storage.
Typical applications include all bearings, gears, valves, O-rings and any moving components, including robotics, in cleanroom and aerospace environments.
Krytox™ L-Series linear greases are compatible with all plastic and metal components typically used in industrial applications.
Krytox™ greases are nontoxic lubricants that maintain their lubricity and viscosity properties to reduce maintenance costs associated with re-lubrication, component failure, and downtime in demanding applications. They are created by thickening synthetic perfluoropolyether-based oil (PFPE) with polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) powder.
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