Calcium Greases

Calcium greases or calcium soap, is a type of lubricating grease that is made from a combination of calcium hydroxide and a fatty acid, typically tallow or vegetable oil. The resulting product is a thick, opaque material with a high melting point and good water resistance.

Calcium grease is commonly used in a variety of industrial and automotive applications, such as bearings, gears, and other mechanical parts that require lubrication. It is particularly useful in applications where high temperatures or exposure to water or other chemicals are a concern, as it has good heat and chemical resistance.

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