What is Grease?
By definition, grease is a semi-solid lubricant made by thickeners, base oils and additives. The essential function of both lubricants, oils and greases, is to decrease friction and wear.
Greases are mainly divided into three main types as:
- Aluminum-based greases
- Calcium-based greases
- Lithium-based greases
Different types of greases are packed in different containers including:
Drums (400 Ib.)
Steel Pails (20 Ib.)