Dedicated Grease Testing and Development

Standardized test specifications determine and verify important grease performance characteristics. These tests measure things like the resistance of grease to water spray, the corrosion preventive properties of grease and behavior of grease in different conditions, among other things. The table below is a compilation of the most often used tests.

Lubrizol has committed significant resources to dedicated grease testing labs to ensure that greases are in compliance with a full range of standards and protocols worldwide.

Characteristic Types of Tests
Bleed Resistance Oil Separation(Static)
Pressure Oil Separation
Corrosion Rust Test
EMCOR Steel Corrosion
Copper Corrosion
Extreme Pressure/Antiwear Four-Ball Weld Test
Four-Ball Wear Test
SRV EP
SRV Friction & Wear
Timken Method
Identification and Quality Control Dropping Point
Oxidation Resistance FE 9 Bearing Oxidation
FE 8 Bearing Wear
High-Temperature Performance
PVOT Oxidation, bomb method
Wheel Bearing Life
Apparent Viscosity Apparent Viscosity
Pumpability Torque Low-Temperature Torque
US Steel Mobility
Shear Stability Multistroke (Cone) Penetration
Roll Stability
Leakage Wheel Bearing Leakage
Water Resistance Water Spray-Off
Water Washout
Constant Velocity Joints CVJ Unit Performance

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