Introducing Krytox™ FPG 028 Performance Lubricant

Chemours Introduces Krytox™ FPG 028 Performance Lubricant

Designed for use in military and commercial aircraft and supporting equipment.

Wilmington, Del., November 10, 2016 – The Chemours Company (“Chemours”) (NYSE: CC), a global chemistry company with leading market positions in titanium technologies, fluoroproducts and chemical solutions, announced today the introduction of its new Krytox™ FPG 028 performance lubricant designed for use in aircraft and supporting equipment. Krytox™ FPG 028 is MIL-PRF-27617 TYPE IV specified and has AFPET/PTPT approval.

Krytox™ FPG 028 is a smooth, buttery, perfluoropolyether (PFPE)-based white grease thickened with a special, high-performance polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) thickener. It was developed to operate over a wide temperature range (–73 to 204 °C; –99 to 399 °F)) and to be resistant to hydrocarbon fuel, liquid oxygen and a variety of other chemicals. Krytox™ FPG 028 operates well under severe conditions and can be used for bearings and gears, and as a lubricant for O-rings and elastomers. The Department of Defense’s Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) has assigned Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code 7GFT8 to The Chemours Company.

“Our Krytox™ industrial lubricants have been developed with some of the world’s most demanding mechanical applications in mind,” said Jennifer Bricker, Global Product Manager. “With its superior performance in extreme conditions and exceptional longevity, Krytox™ FPG 028 is ideal for a variety of military and commercial aircraft. It is a welcome addition to our portfolio of formulated greases for safety, reliability and reduced maintenance.”

Available in 50 and 100g syringes, 8 oz. tubes, and 1.76 lb. cartridges.

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