Industrial Gear Oils
Industrial Lubricants and Greases
OEMs continue to evolve equipment designs and operating conditions are becoming more severe. Today’s Industrial Gear Oils need to build barriers and lower friction even at higher power densities in gearboxes that are getting smaller in size, while maintaining or growing output and performance. One brand has evolved right alongside today’s equipment – MAG 1®. Only the most advanced driveline gear oils meet the difficult challenges of effectively balancing performance, strength and durability.
MAG 1® Industrial Gear Oils are engineered for use in systems that require industrial gear lubricants with excellent protection technology to handle increasing power density and risk of micropitting, extend drain interval and reduce operating and manpower costs. Our Industrial Gear Oils are designed to provide outstanding performance.
Recommended for lubrication of spur, helical, bevel, and worm gear configurations subject to heavy or shock loading in industrial equipment. Performs well at high temperatures and in the presence of water, which can often affect normal operations.
These gear oils help:
- Build a barrier.
- Lower friction.
- Reduce wear.
- Control costs.
Powerful Anti-Friction, Anti-Wear Chemistry
MAG 1® provides outstanding control of friction and wear. Advanced molecules bond together to create a wear-resistant shield that works to build barriers that reduce friction and wear.
Withstands the Most Extreme Conditions
MAG 1® Gear Oils provide unsurpassed protection even in the harshest conditions of hot and cold climates, pressure, power density, micropitting or oxidation, shrinking sump sizes or separation of air and water.
MAG 1 Industrial Gear Oils are specially engineered and formulated to provide:
Build barriers and lower friction.
Outstanding wear protection.
Long oil life and equipment protection.
|Viscosity Grade||EP 68 Gear||EP 150 Gear||EP 220 Gear||EP 320 Gear||EP 460 Gear|
|Gravity, °API||ASTM D287||30.60||28.84||27.83||27.06||26.46|
|Phosphorus, wt. %||ASTM D5185||0.013||0.013||0.013||0.013||0.013|
|Pour Point °C (°F)||ASTM D5950||-30°C (-22°F)||-27°C (-17°F)||-24°C (-11°F)||-15°C (5°F)||-15°C (5°F)|
|Specific Gravity @ 60°F (15.6°C)||ASTM D4052||0.8729||0.8825||0.8881||0.8924||0.8958|
|Sulfur, wt. %||ASTM D4951||0.336||0.336||0.336||0.336||0.336|
|Viscosity @ 100°C cSt||ASTM D445||8.87||15.31||19.88||25.53||32.01|
|Viscosity @ 40°C cSt||ASTM D445||67.23||145.7||217.9||325.3||463.6|
|Viscosity Index||ASTM D2270||105||107||105||102||100|
|Title||EP 68 Gear||EP 150 Gear||EP 220 Gear||EP 320 Gear||EP 460 Gear|
|AGMA 9005 D-94, 250.04, 251.02||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use|
|API GL-2||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use|
|Cincinnati Machine/Milacron||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use|
|ISO 12925-1 type CKC||Meets Requirements||Meets Requirements||Meets Requirements||Meets Requirements||Meets Requirements|
|U.S. Steel 224||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use||Suitable for Use|
Information accurate as of August 8, 2021