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New Chesterton 638 Electric Motor Grease

A.W. Chesterton
AW Chesterton 638 Electric Motor Grease

New Chesterton 638 Electric Motor Grease

High Performing Grease that Exhibits Extreme Pressure, Water, and Corrosion Resistance to protect Electric Motor Bearings

Chesterton, a global leader in solutions that enhance industrial reliability, has created a new grease specifically suited to electric motor bearings subjected to extreme load, water, heat, speed, and corrosive conditions.

638 EMG is made with Chesterton’s QBT (Quiet Bearing Technology) for extending the electric motor’s bearing life. 638 EMG contains performance additives that improve load-bearing, water washout, corrosion, thermal and shear performance of the product without damaging the electric motor windings. 638 EMG has been shown to be compatible with most OEM specified shear stable Polyurea or Lithium complex thickened electric motor greases.

Different bearing diameters, speeds, and operating temperatures require different base oil viscosities to maintain proper lubrication film. For correct selection of grease for electric motor bearings, 638 EMG comes in two base oil viscosities of 100 cSt and 46 cSt to provide excellent lubrication and protection.

638 EMG comes in 400 gm cartridges, 18 Kg pails, and Chesterton’s automatic dispensers – Lubri-CupTM. The product can be used for electric motors that drive pumps, fans, compressors, blowers, conveyors, agitator,s etc.

About A.W. Chesterton Company: Operating in over 100 countries around the world, Chesterton is recognized as a leading provider knowledge-backed solutions and expert service for Rotary, Stationary, and Fluid Power equipment supported by a comprehensive line of industrial fluid sealing solutions, high-performance protective coatings, and specialty industrial lubrication.

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