A RHEOPECTIC GREASE FOR CHASSIS LUBRICATION 550103
New automatic chassis lubricators renew lubricant problems. Oils feed well but drip from the bearings; chassis greases do not drip but feed poorly. A new rheopectic grease overcomes these deficiencies. Originally, it is fluid like an oil, yet upon one pass through the lubricator, it acquires the consistency of a chassis grease. Normal handling has no effect on its fluidity and use has little effect upon its set-up consistency. Thus, it feeds well but does not drip.