Oxidation Stability - Grease

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Oxidation Stability - Grease

Oxidation stability: This is the ability of a grease to resist a chemical union with oxygen. The reaction of grease with oxygen produces insoluble gum, sludges, and lacquer-like deposits that cause sluggish operation, increased wear, and reduction of clearances. Prolonged high-temperature exposure accelerates oxidation in greases.

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