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SYN High Temp 220
- Commodity name: SYN High Temp 220
- Commodity ID: L0780
LUBRIPLATE Synthetic High Temp Fluid No. 220
LUBRIPLATE Synthetic High Temp Fluid No. 220 is a 100% ester based synthetic fluid specifically designed for use on oven chains and other industrial bearing and gear applications in which high temperatures are encountered. The combination of an ashless additive system and the synthetic ester base provide protection against wear, rust, oxidation and corrosion. Both fluids utilize an enhanced coefficient of friction additive which will disperse and clean pre-existing carbon deposits on chains and bearings thereby reducing power consumption. This product delivers unsurpassed oxidation stability and anti-coking
performance. They remain stable and clean in the application.
LUBRIPLATE Synthetic High Temp Fluid No. 220 is recommended for use on bakery oven chains, drying oven chains, tenter frame chains, heat-treating chains, paint curing oven chains and any other type of bearing/slide/gear box application where they are exposed to high operating temperatures and must maintain a clean lubricated surface.
Benefits of LUBRIPLATE Synthetic High Temp Fluid No. 220 are as follows:
Eliminates carbon build-up on chains
Do not contain harmful VOC’s which pollute the atmosphere
Advanced ester chemistry reduces friction, wear and energy costs
High auto-ignition temperature to reduce the risk of oven fires >650ºF.
Superior film strength reduces oil consumption and reduces smoke
Typical Tests No. 220
Viscosity cSt @ 40°C 220
Viscosity cSt @ 100°C 19
API Gravity 14.4
Flash Point °F/°C 554/290
Fire Point °F/°C 626/330
Pour Point °F/°C -5/-21
Four-Ball Wear Test
Average Wear Scar Diameter 0.45 mm
Type of Base Oil Synthetic Ester
MAJOR APPLICATIONS INCLUDE:
Textile - Tenter Frame Chains
Wallboard - Dryer Chains
Painting - Dryer Chains
Lithographic Chains - Beverage Can Lines
Glass - Forming Line Chains
Laminating - Drying Lines
Food Cookers & Frying
Heat Treating - Chains & Bearings
Kiln Support Rollers - Cement Plants (Trunions)
Bakery Oven Chains
HOW TO APPLY AND AT WHAT TEMPERATURE
Micro Lube Systems +/- 500 °F
Spray Systems +/- 500 °F
Mist Systems +/- 500 °F (Fire Safety precautions are necessary with this system when exposed to open flame).
Drip Bottle Systems +/- 500 °F
Drip Bottle with Brush +/- 500 °F
Hand Applied +/-500 °F (Apply@ 250℃ or less to minimize smoke. Also run chain a few minutes to remove excess).
Note: To avoid heavy smoke, lube in small volumes with more frequency. The higher the temperature, the more important this
Where to lubricate a chain - (Lubricator positioning is important)
Lube chains on slack side whenever possible.
Lube at pin and roller (Pin Bush Joint).
When lubing a hot chain, position the lubricator at the coolest point or as close as possible.
Note: Know and understand the source of the heat to avoid fires. If you are in doubt, contact Technical Services at,
Our suggestion for establishing the lube cycle for automatic chain lubricators are to base it on amperage draws (an increase in
friction). A simple high amp setting, activating a solenoid, signaling the lube motor (present for lube duration) to turn on. If you have any problems with systems of this nature, contact one of our Technical Staff.
Remember to advise your customer that this chain oil contains an ester and when first applied to a used chain, he may experience a heavy cleaning action and must deal with dirt, contaminants and rust coming off the used chain. This will last ? two weeks and then the only thing coming off the chain will be a soft carbon when used in maximum temperature range.
*NSF H2 Registration No. 136233
*Note: Authorized by NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) for use where there is no possibility of food contact (H2) in and around food processing plants.
Packaging Available Part No.
5 Gallon Pail L0780-060
55 Gallon Drum L0780-062
Printed in USA