Mobilux EP 0 | 35.2 Pound Pail

Mobilux EP 0 | 35.2 Pound Pail
40.00 LBS

Mobilux EP 0, 35.2 pound pail is a special-duty NLGI 0 grease. This lithium hydroxystearate grease is formulated to provide extra protection against wear, rusting and water washout. It is recommended for most types of industrial applications including heavy-duty applications where high unit pressures or shock loads are present. This greases provide excellent protection against rust and corrosion and resist water wash-out which makes them particularly suitable for equipment where moist or wet conditions are common. Mobilux EP 0, 35.2 pound pail is suitable for centralized grease systems. It also has the following benefits:

  • Reduced wear under heavy or shock loading and vibration for good equipment reliability and availability
  • Protection against rust and corrosion and resistance to water washout for equipment protection and good lubrication even in presence of water
  • Extended bearing life potential in wet environments for reduced bearing costs and unanticipated downtime
  • Good pumpability in centralized systems


Mobilux EP 0 provides good low temperature pumpability and are suitable for centralized lubrication systems and other applications where low temperature performance is required.


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  • 5
    Mobilux EP 0

    Posted by Kathi on Feb 16 2021

    Works great!

  • 5
    Use the right product, Mobilux!

    Posted by Randolph Durham on Dec 07 2017

    Working in the Auto/Truck and Industrial Equipment fields for over 3 decades cab teach a person how to judge quality and product support. I chose Mobil products when recommended by manufacturers specifically and when needing a suitable replacement product. I've come to learn that those who supply Mobil products, like Mobilux EP0 and Mobiltemp SHC 100, have also judged Mobil products as the Best that the industry can offer. Thanks PSC for being my Go To Supplier! R. Durham Seattle, WA area

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