Phillips 66 Compounded Gear Oil 680

Phillips 66 Compounded Gear Oil 680
Phillips 66 Lubricants

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Phillips 66 Compounded Gear Oil 680 Cylinder Lubricant

Phillips 66 Compounded Gear Oil 680 is an American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA) rated 8 Comp compounded lubricant developed for the lubrication of industrial and automotive worm gear drives operating at moderate to high temperatures, as well as the lubrication of steam engine cylinders and valves.

Phillips 66 Compounded Gear Oils also have the following benefits:

  • Excellent lubricity for protection of sliding surfaces against scuffing
  • High film strength
  • Emulsifies with water to resist washing
  • Good oxidation resistance and thermal stability
  • Protects against rust and corrosion
  • Non-corrosive to bronze or brass


  • Industrial worm gear drives made with non-ferrous alloys (bronze-on-steel)
  • Differentials on antique automobiles that require a high-viscosity, compounded gear oil
  • Steam engine cylinders and valves
  • Bearings on steam-heated calendar or mixer rolls
  • Screw-down bolts and nuts on aluminum and steel rolling mills
  • Heavily loaded, low-speed bearings subject to moisture contamination
  • Cylinders of gas compressors handling wet natural gas
  • API GL-2 gear oil is specified

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