Phillips 66 Compounded Gear Oil 680

Phillips 66 Compounded Gear Oil 680 is a heavy compounded lubricant that is intended for use in Worm Gear boxes and heavily loaded, slow moving bearing applications. These Compounded Oils are a line of Phillips 66 Lubricants that are formulated with heavy paraffinic base oils compounded with acid-less tallow (fatty oil). They have high film strength and excellent oiliness characteristics for effective lubrication of worm gears. They do not contain EP additives that can have detrimental effects in worm gear drives due the the bull gear being made from copper alloys. They also emulsifies with water to maintain excellent lubricity in the presence of steam and moisture to protect and lubricate cylinder and valve surfaces in steam engines. 680 represents the thickness of the oil which is an International Standards Organization Viscosity Grade (ISO VG) 680. It is also considered an American Gear Manufacturers Association, AGMA 8 Comp.

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