Krytox GPL 203 grease is PTFE thickened, contains no additives, and can be used on components that come in contact with chemicals. Typical applications for the GPL 203 grease include valves, instruments, or bearings that come into contact with chemicals and oxygen systems. Krytox GPL 203 grease is commonly used as a lubricant for seals and O-rings, and is compatible with most types of seals; making it a common option for manufacturing, repair and maintenance teams who deal with applications in the most difficult environments.
Krytox GPL 203 grease is the product of choice for manufacturing, maintenance and repair teams across various industries that are renowned for applications in extreme temperature conditions. The general purpose line of Krytox lubricants has been shown to last over 5,000 hr without failure, even at an increased temperature of 200 °C (392 °F); giving it clear unique characteristics that other market options cannot provide. This extreme condition performance is what sets Krytox performance lubricants apart from other options.
GPL 203 grease is cost-effective across a wide range of applications. Due to their unique composition, Krytox products provide a much longer usable life as compared to typical hydrocarbon oils and greases.
Overall, Krytox GPL series is a popular choice for teams across varying industries due to the unique, paramount performance provided. Although high performance may solve traditional lubrication issues.
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