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VpCITM CorrLubeTM Grease
Oxidation Stability(100Hrs, PSI Drop) Max TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
• Metal-to-metal• Lubricating sleeves• Ball and roller bearings• Vehicle / equipment chassis• Fans• Areas greases are applied• Bushings• Pulley bearings PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
VpCITM CorrLubeTM is a lithium complex grease formulated with premium quality, severelyhydrotreated base stock. It provides excellent ADVANTAGES
resistance to oxidation and has good high temperature • Cleaner application; decreases dripping and stability. VpCITM CorrLubeTM is suitable for both • Greases can provide lubrication for longer periods of VpCITM CorrLubeTM is specifically formulated with • Greases make seals more effective to keep superior corrosion inhibiting properties against salt water, brine, H S, HCl and other corrosive agents. In • Excellent for intermittent operation.
addition, it incorporates vapor phase corrosion • Aids in the suspension of solid additives such as inhibitors for areas not in direct contact with the graphite, molybdenum, disulfide, etc.
• Effective in extreme operating conditions (i.e. high temperature, high pressure, low speed/high pressure, PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
• Thicker film allows for operation on worn parts.
• Thick films provide surface protection against movement and also reduce the noise level.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
• Brushing, grease gun or automatic applicator.
• Temperature range: -22º to 266ºF (-30º to 130ºC).
PACKAGING AND STORAGE
• Minimum storage temperature: 0ºF (-18ºC)
• Maximum storage temperature: 120ºF (49ºC).
This product is available in 14.5 ounce cartridges (10 percase). It also available in 5 gallon (19 liters) pails and 55gallons (208 liters) drums.
FOR INDUSTRIAL USE ONLY
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
KEEP CONTAINER TIGHTLY CLOSED
NOT FOR INTERNAL CONSUMPTION
CONSULT MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET FOR MORE
INFORMATION

All statements, technical information and recommendations contained herein are based on tests Cortec BEFORE USING, USER SHALL DETERMINE THE SUITABILITY OF THE PRODUCT FOR ITS INTENDED USE,
Corporation believes to be reliable, but the accuracy or completeness thereof is not guaranteed.
AND USER ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY WHATSOEVER IN CONNECTION THEREWITH. No
representation or recommendation not contained herein shall have any force or effect unless in a written document
Cortec Corporation warrants Cortec® products will be free from defects when shipped to customer. Cortec signed by an officer of Cortec Corporation.
Corporation's obligation under this warranty shall be limited to replacement of product that proves to bedefective. To obtain replacement product under this warranty, the customer must notify Cortec Corporation of THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS,
the claimed defect within six months after shipment of product to customer. All freight charges for replacement IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO CASE SHALL CORTEC
CORPORATION BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.

Cortec Corporation shall have no liability for any injury, loss or damage arising out of the use of or the inabilityto use the products.
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