Chevron Black Pearl Grease EP NLGI 2 | 40/14 Ounce Tubes

Chevron Black Pearl Grease EP NLGI 2 | 40/14 Ounce Tubes
35.00 LBS

Chevron's Black Pearl Grease EP, 40/14 ounce tubes, is a high-performance, extreme-pressure polyurea grease designed to function in both heavy-duty industrial and automotive applications. This lubricant gets its name from its shiny, black color.

Black Pearl Grease, an NLGI 2 grease, is commonly used on hydraulic presses, industrial-grade bearings, and on conveyors. Additionally, this grease may be applied to chassis points, wheel bearings, water pumps, fifth wheels, steering system bearings, and kingpins.

These Chevron EP greases are registered by NSF as lubricants wherein there is no possibility of contact with food (H2 lubricants). These greases are designed to function as an automotive greases used on wheel bearings and automotive chassis and are approved for the NLGI Certification Mark GC-LB based on ASTM D4950.

Performance Characteristics

  • Excellent Pumpability
  • High Load Capacity
  • Rust and Corrosion Protection
  • Water Resistance
  • Excellent Adhesion
  • Long Lubricant Life


The Black Pearl line from Chevron are Extreme-Pressure greases designed to handle heavy-duty lubrication applications.

These semi-solid lubricants contain a special additive package that allow for increased film strength and excellent adhesive properties. The product is smooth and buttery in consistency which allows for easy application in difficult areas within industrial machinery or automobiles. EP greases are formulated to stay in place and stick to bearing surfaces; one of the most versatile greases on the market, Black Pearl Grease by Chevron is designed to provide outstanding pumpability and performance over a wide range of operating conditions.

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  • 5

    Posted by Gary on Oct 21 2020

    This grease is an affordable everyday lube for heavy equipment. I have in the logging industry for over 30 years and I recommend this grease.

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