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BARRIERTA KL 092 IN 1 KG CAN

(Code: 83-10200-01)

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BARRIERTA KL 092 IN 1 KG CAN
BARRIERTA is Europe's oldest high-quality brand of high-temperature lubricants based on perfluorinated polyether oil (PFPE).
Today the name of BARRIERTA is widely regarded as synonymous with long-term stability and thermal resistance.
BARRIERTA greases are the first choice of lubrication experts in many sectors worldwide.

BARRIERTA K greases enable long-term use under high temperatures and influence of media, while at the same time requiring low running torques at low temperatures.
This was made possible by Klber's careful selection of raw materials and the specifically developed thickener. 

Features :
- Composition : perfluorinated polyether, PTFE 
- Service temperature range : -65 C / +220 C

Applications : 
Rolling bearings and guideways
BARRIERTA K greases are highly suitable for the long-term lubrication of rolling and plain bearings, where only low driving power is available and where long-term stability is required under changing environmental loads.
Even at extremely low temperatures, BARRIERTA K greases are soft enough so as not to overload low-power drive units, while on the other hand they withstand temperatures as high as 200C and beyond. 

BARRIERTA K greases are used for a wide range of applications as for-life lubricants in automotive, electrical and precision engineering.

Valves and seals
The BARRIERTA K greases good temperature resistance and their compatibility with plastics and elastomers which is typical of PFPE lubricants make them highly suitable for the lubrication of engine valves and seals as are found in hydraulic cylinders.
BARRIERTA K grease enable long runtimes with low noise generation and low friction coefficients.
The resistance of BARRIERTA KM 192 againts brake fluids, type DOT 3, 4, 5 and 5.1, has been confirmed in an individual test.

Compatibility with elastomers and plastics
Perfluorinated polyether oils (PFPE) are generally regarded as neutral towards elastomers and plastics (possible exception: fluorinated rubber).
Nevertheless compatibility with the materials should be tested, especially prior to series application.