According to the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials), lubricating grease is a solid to semifluid product formed from the dispersion of thickening agents in a liquid lubricant. As per the aforementioned definition, there are three components that form a lubricating grease, those of which include an oil, thickener, and additives. The base oil and additives serve as the major constituents in grease formulations and influence the behavior of the grease. Meanwhile, the thickener is often referred to as a sponge that holds the lubricant. By incorporating the correct grease in your maintenance operations, you can ensure your facility is operating at peak performance.

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