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Orders Ship From:
All orders ship directly from our main warehouse location, in Taylors, SC 29687.
As with all shippers ETA is contingent on many different factors (weather, time of order, availability, etc.). We will provide updates and tracking info on your order when they are available to us. Our shipping goal is to get your products to you: on time, in great condition, at the lowest cost.
What Color is it?
With the wide range of products and applications of grease that ExxonMobil carries, we understand sometimes it’s hard remember which one is which. Below is a Mobil Grease Compatibility Chart Selector and Industrial Grease Application Guide available for download to assist you.
Terms and Definitions
Viscosity– That property of a fluid or semi-solid substance characterized by resistance to flow and defined as the ratio of the shear stress to the rate of shear of a fluid element.
ISO Viscosity Grade System- A Classification for industrial lubricants based on the mid-point of a kinematic viscosity range in centistokes at 40°C. Eighteen range grades are defined from 2 to 1500 centistokes (cSt).
Viscosity index ( V I ) – An empirical number that indicates the effect of change of temperature on the viscosity of an oil. Tables are found in ASTM Method D 2270 . The higher the viscosity index, the smaller change in viscosity with temperature.
Absolute Viscosity– The ratio of shear stress to shear rate. It is a fluid’s internal resistance to flow. The common unit of absolute viscosity is the poise (see viscosity). Absolute viscosity divided by the fluid’s density equals kinematic viscosity.
HVI– High viscosity index; greater than 80 VI units and typically ranging above 90 .
LVI– Low viscosity index, typically below 40 VI units.
MVI– Medium viscosity index, typically ranging between 40 to 80 VI units.
Synthetic Lubricant- Lubricating fluid produced by chemically reacting materials of a specific chemical composition, by chemical synthesis of refining processes, to form a compound with planned and predictable properties.
Flash Point– Minimum temperature of a petroleum product or other combustible fluid at which vapor is produced at a rate sufficient to yield a combustible mixture that ignites momentarily in the presence of an ignition source (small flame). Standardized test procedures are defined under ASTM methods encompassing “closed cup and open cup criteria”. ASTM D-92 open cup/ASTM D-56 & D-93 closed cup.
Pour Point- The lowest temperature at which oil will pour or flow when it is chilled without disturbance under conditions defined under ASTM Method D 97
Compatibility- The capability of petroleum products to form a stable homogeneous mixture that neither separates nor is altered by chemical interaction.
Color- A non-quality visual identification characteristic of petroleum products. ASTM Method D 1500 incorporates empirical color comparisons by numerical value.