hard grease

hard grease

[′härd ¦grēs]
(materials)
A lubricating grease that flows at a temperature of about 90°C.
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Tenders are invited for Hard Grease For Use In Locomotives, Specification : Is 720/1986.
SKF's modular MonoFlex lubrication system is ideal for use with oil, semi-fluid grease and hard grease NLGI grades 000--2 and is suitable for a variety of components in wind turbines, including the main, generator, yaw and blade bearings, as well as yaw and blade gearings.
He'll take apart the assembly and clean out the old, hard grease that's plugging up the works.
After the boiling, the vessel is allowed cool, to float tip the hard grease, formerly called Yorkshire grease, and "degras.
As you go, apply hard grease to spring hinges, white grease inside and all over door latches and over seat slides, plus a good shot of powdered graphite into locks.
Oil hood metal, and remove and coat battery terminals and the lead cable clamps with hard grease.
Put a fight coat of hard grease over steel drive shafts, iron housing -- but not on aluminum or other pot metal.
Wipe a light coating of light off over the wheel and liberally coat attachment screws and nuts with hard grease so they'll come off easily even if not removed for the first time till ten years hence.
Tenders are invited for Hard Grease As Per Is 720/86 In 40 Kgs Pack