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Jax Perma-Gear FG PAG Gear Oils NSF H1

Jax Perma-Gear is a 100% synthetic high temperature PAG oil.

Jax Perma-Gear FG PAG Gear Oils NSF H1

AX Perma-Gear FG gear oils are next-generation PAG base fluids incorporating the latest developments in additive technology for high-performance applications.

Due to the inherent properties associated with polyalkylene glycol base fluids, these lubricants exhibit extremely high viscosity indexes, improved lubrication and significant energy savings in gearboxes.

There are different formulations of this product.

  • Jax Perma-Gear FG ISO 150
  • Jax Perma-Gear FG ISO 220
  • Jax Perma-Gear FG ISO 320
  • Jax Perma-Gear FG ISO 460
  • Jax Perma-Gear FG ISO 680


  • 100% synthetic PAG oil


  • Extremely high viscosity indexes
  • Improved friction characteristics
  • Increased drain intervals
  • Extended equipment life
  • Reduced power consumption


  • Gearboxes too demanding for conventional lubricants that were previously thought to be food grade would not perform optimally.
  • Cylindrical, helical, spiral, bevel gears and particularly “worm” gears.


  • NSF H1 certification for “accidental contact with food”
  • Halal-certified
  • Kosher Certification
  • ISO 21469 certification

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