Why choose MOLY CHAIN OIL?
MOLY CHAIN OIL’s 95-VI paraffin base oils are very resistant to temperature change, thus making MOLY CHAIN OIL a very stable lubricant. Chain link elements will receive superior lubrication when you use MOLY CHAIN OIL.
CONTAINS MOLYBDENUM DISULFIDE
The molybdenum disulfide penetrates to prevent undue wear of pins, bushings and link plates.
The solid film lubricant, molybdenum disulfide, is well-known for its ability to prevent wear, friction, and metal-to-metal contact. Molybdenum disulfide is twice as slippery as graphite and forms a bond with metal to be an excellent lubricant even if the oil is temporarily squeezed out under pressure.
HELPS PREVENT RUST
MOLY CHAIN OIL also prevents rust.
It contains superior rust inhibitors to protect the metal’s surface. In addition, the oil’s clinging tendency keeps a thicker oil film on the metal which in turn, helps maintain the additives in contact with the metal surface for protection.
COMES IN FOUR WEIGHTS
A chain is a machine consisting of hundreds, even thousands of moving parts..
As is true of any machine, these parts require protection from friction and detrimental conditions. For the ultimate in chain lubrication, choose MOLY CHAIN OIL in the proper viscosity for your application.
EASY TO APPLY
There are all kinds of ways for MOLY CHAIN OIL to be applied.
Sometimes it is applied by hand with a brush or sprayer; other times it is applied by an automatic system, which can be a drip fed or a force fed system. There is also the reservoir or bath-type lubrication.
MOLY CHAIN OIL handles a wide variety of jobs.
It will flush away any foreign material or metal wear debris, prevent rust or corrosion of the chain components, remove heat caused by friction, and prevent wear through good oil film strength and molybdenum disulfide as well as superior anti-wear additives. In addition, it will lubricate sprocket contact surfaces, bushing pins, and link plates.