CEPLATTYN GT 10
Light-colored, high-viscosity adhesive lubricant with white solid lubricants for Open Gears
- temperature range: 0/+140°C / +32/+284°F
- recommended application temp.: > +10°C/+50°F
- excellent wear protection
- very good dry running properties
- unlimited suitability for kiln and mill drives
- no self-ignition on the hot kiln shell
- thick lubricating film
- very good lubricating film stability on the stationary tooth flank
- free of solvent and bitumen
CEPLATTYN GT 10 is a high-viscosity adhesive lubricant for heavy-duty Open Gears, e.g. on kilns, mills and driers in the raw materials industry. CEPLATTYN GT 10 is based on a synthetic base oil, new types of additives, and a combination of white, reaction-effective solid lubricants. This combination guarantees an extraordinarily good wear protection and an extremely high lubricant film stability. CEPLATTYN GT 10 together with CEPLATTYN GT P (Primer) and CEPLATTYN GT RN (Running-In) represents the FUCHS LUBRITECH Multi-Phase Lubrication.
Field of application
CEPLATTYN GT 10 has been especially developed for the application on Open Gears under critical operating conditions, such as low-speed kiln drives with increased tooth flank temperatures, mill drives with extreme drive power, and drives which are frequently operated under start-stop conditions. CEPLATTYN GT 10 includes flame-retarding substances reducing the danger of ignition, e.g. on the hot kiln shell (up to 400 °C). Furthermore CEPLATTYN GT 10 has a restricted flowability outside the meshing and is thus prevented to a large extent from leaving the gear guard. As opposed to conventional fluids CEPLATTYN GT 10 develops a thick lubricating film on the tooth flank which does not flow off of the metal surface, not even after a stoppage of the equipment. Thus CEPLATTYN GT 10 reliably protects from wear in the starting phase of the equipment which can happen with conventional fluids. The high portion of reaction-effective white solid lubricants prevents a seizure of the tooth flanks even in unfavorable lubricating and meshing conditions. CEPLATTYN GT 10 meets the requirements of the current version of AGMA 9005-E, paragraph D-2, and has been approved by FLSmidth, KHD Humboldt Wedag, Metso, Outotec, and other major equipment manufacturers.
Method of application
CEPLATTYN GT 10 is suitable for the application in immersion bath, circulation lubrication and spraying systems. In terms of spraying applications a heating system is recommended in case of ambient temperatures below +10°C/+50°F.
Shelf life: 24 months
- Cement, lime, gypsum
- Mining, quarrying, exploration
- Power generation
The information shown on this side is based on the experience and expertise of the FUCHS Group in the development and manufacture of lubricants and represents the current state of the art. The performance of our products can be influenced by a series of factors, especially the specific use, the method of application, the operational environment, component pretreatment, possible external contamination, etc. For this reason, universally valid statements about the function of our products are not possible. Our products must not be used in aircraft/spacecraft or parts thereof. This does not apply if the products can be removed again before the components are fitted in an aircraft/spacecraft. The information given here represents general, non-binding guidelines. No warranty expressed or implied is given concerning the properties of the product or its suitability for any given application. We therefore recommend that you consult a FUCHS Group application engineer to discuss application conditions and the performance criteria of the products before the products are used. It is the responsibility of the user to test the functional suitability of the products and to use them with the corresponding care. Our products are subject to continuous further development. We therefore retain the right to change our product range, the products, and their manufacturing processes as well as all details on this side at any time and without warning, provided that no customer-specific agreements exist that require otherwise.