Versatile Synthetic Provides Cool, Clean Performance
Monolec Syn Industrial Oil (9032-9150, 9220-9460) is designed to prolong equipment life by combating the effects of high temperatures, contamination and loads that accelerate wear. It is a versatile synthetic lubricant that meets or exceeds the requirements of gearboxes, air compressors, vacuum pumps, hydraulic systems, and roll mill bearings found in the textile, plastic, rubber and paper industries. It is formulated with high-viscosity 100 percent synthetic base oil and a specially developed additive package for applications running at extreme temperatures. The additive package provides outstanding thermal stability and rust and oxidation resistance as well as wear resistance as pressures and temperatures rise. A foam suppressant completes the package. The base oil and additive formulation works synergistically to reduce wear, extend oil drain intervals, reduce oil consumption, and practically eliminate deposits and sludge formation, all while providing excellent compatibility with seals.
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PAG Gear Oil Provides Ultimate Wear Protection, Corrosion Resistance and Thermal Stability
LE’s Duolec® PAG Gear Lubricant (9705-9707) is a PAG gear oil that has been specially formulated for the ultimate in corrosion resistance, wear protection and thermal stability. Polyalkylene glycol (PAG) lubricants are synthetic formulations known for their high viscosity index, extreme pressure (EP) properties, and ability to handle temperature extremes. In addition to the PAG base fluid, this formulation features Duolec®, LE’s proprietary dual-acting additive that provides both wear-reducing and EP protection.
Duolec PAG Gear Lubricant is an excellent choice for lubricating a variety of bearings and gears – particularly worm gears – as well as other equipment operating under extreme conditions.
High-Performance Synthetic Oil Provides Reliable, Long-Lasting Protection for Heavily Loaded Gearboxes
Duolec® Syn Gear Lubricant is formulated with 100 percent synthetic base fluid to ensure excellent high- and low-temperature performance. The synthetic base fluid also provides oxidation stability, which contributes to long lubricant life and a reduction in costly lubricant changeovers.
Duolec Syn Gear Lubricant provides uninterrupted operation and long service life for expensive gear applications, including heavily loaded gearboxes that are exposed to temperature extremes. With its special blend of clean gear technology additives, Duolec Syn Gear Lubricant works to prevent deposit formations in high-temperature applications and will not break down over time. The lubricant also provides exceptional low temperature flow properties, protecting gears during the coldest startups.
Featuring Duolec®, LE’s proprietary additive that reduces friction and increases oil film strength, Duolec Syn Gear Lubricant is able to withstand incredible loads and stresses from heavy-duty applications such as pulverizer gear units.
Robust Formula Provides Long-Lasting Protection in Severe Service, including High & Low Temperatures
Monolec® Syn Gear Oil (9919 & 9923) is a 100 percent synthetic, limited slip gear oil with a high-performance additive package, making it an ideal choice for transmissions and differentials that encounter severe service conditions, including fleets of delivery trucks, heavy-duty pickup trucks, school buses, and bucket trucks. Its high-performance formula will not break down in severe service. It resists gear and bearing wear, viscosity loss, foaming, high-temperature oxidation, and volatility, allowing it to deliver long-lasting protection for any application where extreme pressure and shock loading is expected, including industrial gearboxes that require
enhanced EP protection.
In addition, Monolec Syn Gear Oil’s high-performance formula features a high viscosity index and low pour point that work together to provide high-temperature
film thickness and low-temperature fluidity, allowing it to be used in a wide range of environments – from very hot to below freezing.