Phillips 66 upgrades its industrial, heavy-duty and automotive grease line

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October 17, 2018

Houston, Texas, October 16, 2018—Today Phillips 66 announced that a refresh of their full line of premium greases is available now. The upgraded greases are the result of extensive research, product testing, customer feedback and new technology.

“We knew 2018 was the year to upgrade our line,” said Eric Lancaster, Phillips 66 product director. “We analyzed the grease market and saw the opportunity for improved additive technology and grease chemistry across our product line. We’ll maintain our top-selling products and simplify the line to provide an optimized selection of conventional and synthetic greases.”

The line includes over 50 unique products spanning multiple National Lubricating Grease Institute (NLGI) grades. With a range of greases formulated for trolley wires in mines to wheel bearings and chassis in automobiles to heavily-loaded bearings in industrial and mobile equipment, Phillips 66 Lubricants covers the demanding applications and operating conditions experienced in industrial, heavy-duty and automotive equipment.

The product line includes new color-coded packaging categorized by thickener types to help customers find the correct grease for their unique application: Lithium, Lithium Complex, Lithium Complex with Moly, Calcium Sulfonate, Polyurea, Specialty.

While the vast majority of greases produced in North America are Lithium Complex (42%) and Conventional Lithium (25%), the full line from Phillips 66 also includes niche and specialty products. Certifications for products within the line include Ford, General Motors, John Deere, Meritor, International Harvester, Mack, Fives Cincinnati, among others.

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The upgraded line became available on October 1, 2018. Speak with a technical specialist and find the right Phillips 66 grease for your application by calling the Phillips 66 Technical Hotline at 877.445.9198. The Technical Hotline is available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST.