Safety lubricant for oxygen units

Examples of Application
·  Lubricant for gaseous oxygen in fittings and other parts, e.g. diving equipment, swivel joints, stop and regulating valves, non return valves, as well as in autogenous technology
·  Plastic and elastomeric bearings
·  Valves such as used in the medical sector

·  Non-ferrous metals
·  Elastomers
·  Plastics

·  Reduces friction and wear
·  Good sliding and sealing properties
·  No change in structure over a wide temperature range
·  Good compatibility with plastics and elastomer materials
·  High temperature resistance
·  Long life lubricant
·  Good film formation properties
·  High adhesion
·  Good sealing effect
·  Not compatible with silicone rubber

Characteristic data
·  Service temperature range : -30 °C to +200 °C
·  Appearance : white
·  NLGI grade 3 *
·  Denomination acc. to DIN 51502 : M FSI 3 S-30

Approvals / References / Certificates
·  Approved by BAM ** and for oxygen pressures up to 20 bar at service temperatures of 60 °C



Polytetrafluoroethylene PTFE

Unworked penetration

1/10 mm 220 – 250 DIN ISO 2137

Drop point

°C n.m. IP 396

Oil separation (40 °C/18 h)

% ≤ 0.5 DIN 51817
Oxygen pressure limit at service temperature up to 60 °C bar 20

DIN EN 1797 : 2002-02 ISO 21010 : 2004-07

Base oil

Silicone oil

Kin. viscosity at 40 °C mm2/s approx. 550

DIN 51562

Kin. viscosity at 100 °C mm2/s approx. 105

DIN 51562


According to valid legislation, this product is not hazardous to health

* The indication refers to the unworked penetration

** Federal Authorities for material research and testing in German BAM

When using automatic dosing devices the following has to be observed :

·  Care for technically correct and controlled electrical grounding of the lubrication system

·  Avoid ingress of air when refilling the grease

·  Careful ventilation of the dosing equipment prior to initial operation

·  Use appropriate high pressure hoses of sufficient dimension, avoid narrow cable cross sections

·  Keep the lubricant pump pressure as low as possible

·  Avoid sudden ‘pressure peaks’ when pumping

·  Equip the system with pressure control valves and blow-out discs

·  Equip the system with a dry run safety system in order to avoid air suctioning

·  Contact the pump manufacturer with regard to the above measures

·  Observe the instructions given by the grease manufacturer in the corresponding safety data sheets and the operating instructions of the plant manufacturer

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