TecnolubeSeal | Synthetic Greases
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Synthetic greases are lubricants used in applications where high temperatures, operational conditions and durability go beyond the limits of mineral greases. Synthetic fluids, unlike mineral greases that are made from petroleum refining processes, are obtained through specific synthesis procedures. This range includes PAO (polyalphaolefins), esters or diesters with optimum polarity on surfacesPAG which reduces residues and compatibility with some particular elastomers (EPDM), silicone with optimum gliding properties and fluorinates for applications in extreme conditions.

This is a partial selection, for complete range or technical data sheet please contact: tecnico@tecnolubeseal.it

Base Oil
Rheolube 362HB synthetic grease with PTFE and FM with excellent adhesive properties, ideal for small and medium power. Compatible with plastics and elastomers.

-54 +125



Synthy Grease 355 synthetic grease for wheel bearing with a wide range of operating temperatures.

-40 +135


Lithium complex

Rheolube 365F synthetic grease to improve sliding and load capacity.

-45 +125



Synthy Polymer 402 synthetic grease with a wide range of operating temperatures. Optimum gliding and reduce stick-slip.

-29 +135



Synthy Diamond 1010 synthetic grease with thickener plastic for fast dynamic applications with high mechanic resistance and long life.

-35 +120



Synthy Grease 460EP synthetic grease of medium viscosity with EP additives for high loads. Ideal for bearings with medium velocity factor.

-30 +160


Lithium Complex

FG Grease 1005 synthetic grease of medium-high viscosity. Water repellent and EP, ideal in wet environments and in applications of high load.

-30 +120



FG Synthy Grease 402 synthetic grease with low initial start point and excellent stability.

-40 +120



Synthy HTL Grease 5500 synthetic grease for medium/high temperatures, excellent lubricating ability, do not form carbon residues or lacquers.

-40 +150



Uniflor 4622R grease non-flammable, thickened with PTFE for high temperatures or harsh chemicals.

-20 +260





Synthetic lubricants are obtained through chemicals reactions in which pressure, temperature and components ratio are carefully checked; in this way is obtained a pure product with a molecular dimensions distribution extremely narrow and uniform.

This characteristic implies that synthetic lubricants gives advantages compared to mineral lubricants; those advantages can be obtained in 6 points:

  1. Solidification temperature clearly lower: a mineral lubricant of medium viscosity solidifies to -10°C, a synthetic lubricant can reach -80°C.
  2. Low volatility: a synthetic lubricants evaporates until 10 times lower than a mineral lubricant.
  3. Greater resistance to oxidation from oxygen: a synthetic lubricant can decompose with oxygen until 3 times lower than a mineral oil with same additives.
  4. Great resistance of lubrication film: a synthetic lubricant creates a lubricant film more strong than a mineral lubricant: advantages are the greater resistance to loads and the friction coefficient reduction.
  5. Lower carbon residue: a synthetic lubricant can produce carbon residues if expose to very high temperature, until 10 times lower than a mineral lubricant.
  6. More compatibility with rubbers and plastics: thanks to a wide choise from chemical point of view, synthetical lubricant give best guarantees of compatibility with plastics and rubbers material respect to mineral lubricants

Depending on the chemical nature of raws materials used for synthetic lubricants production, can be obtain different types:

  • PFPE (Fluorinated): lower friction coefficient, wide thermal range, very high resistance to chemical agents, resistant to higher temperature and non-flammables.
  • PAG (polyalkyleneglycol): lower friction coefficient, low residues and high ability to remove heat; compatibles only with some types of plastic materials and seals.
  • Ester: usefull for high temperatures, lower friction coefficient and low volatility; used in biodegradables lubricants production.
  • PIB (Polyisobutenes): call also polymers and used for increase lubricants viscosity and adhesivity .
  • Silicones: lower lubricant power, great stability for viscosity and temperature, wide thermal range and great resistance to chemicals agents.
  • PAO (Polyalphaolefine): are the most common and guarantees a wide range of temperature, good lubrication and compatibility with most of materials.

Regulations always more restrictives, in purely performance terms but also in environmental terms, are clearly contributing to an increase in demand of synthetic  respect to mineral lubricants .