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GLENDALE DRIVE NEW BERLIN, WI 53151 PHONE: (262) 797-4680 San Jos 319 of 201 Arequipa PERU www.petroncorp.com ISO 9001:2000 CERTIFIED

LUBRICACIN DE ENGRANAJES ABIERTOS DE PALAS BUCYRUS


El presente documento quiere presentar un resumen de las especificaciones de lubricantes de la empresa Bucyrus International (BI) a lo largo de los ltimos aos. Nos limitaremos a la lubricacin de los sistemas de engranajes abiertos en las palas gigantes. Debemos indicar que la empresa Bucyrus ha cambiado sus especificaciones de lubricantes varias veces a lo largo de los aos. 1.- Antes de 1990 La especificacin inicial, de la cual no contamos con documento oficial de BI, era emplear una grasa nica para toda la pala, es decir que los 6 sistemas A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 empleaban el mismo lubricante. Se trataba bsicamente de grasas con aceites base de muy baja viscosidad, que garantizaban que los rodamientos lubricados no se afectasen por la alta viscosidad de las grasas de mejor performance, comnmente recomendadas en engranajes abiertos. Por los aos 90 BI comprende que al emplear un solo lubricante, est sacrificando rendimiento de la grasa y decide cambiar su especificacin a recomendar dos grasas para sus palas: la OGL o de engranajes abiertos y la EP para rodamientos. En esa ocasin Bucyrus emite un documento explicando el cambio a dos lubricantes, el que se adjunta como anexo I 2.- Despus de 1990 A partir de los aos 90 con la salida al mercado de las palas 495 B I, las ms grandes de la gama, Bucyrus recomendaba ya el empleo de dos grasas. Aos ms tarde aparece la 495 B II. Las especificaciones Bucyrus para los lubricantes de engranajes abiertos de estas palas, se muestran a continuacin y el documento completo se adjunta a este documento, como anexo II. Estas especificaciones son vlidas para las 495 B I, B II, as como para las palas 495 HR hasta el ao 2004, pues en Agosto del 2005 se cambian las especificaciones. La especificacin es clara y vlida para todo lubricante OGL; los de tipo asfltico residual, semi sintticos y grasas. Seleccionamos de estas especificaciones, las que en el pasado se emplearon para desaprobar nuestro lubricante Mobiltac. Estas son: Load Weld Copper Strip Corrosion 250 kg. Min pasa

Como se aprecia en la adjunta hoja tcnica del Mobiltac 275 (OGL 595 bajo la marca Petron) anexo V, y en el recuadro que publicamos ms abajo, nuestro lubricante cumple con estos requisitos, pues tiene Load Weld Copper Strip Cossrosion 400 Kg pasa

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Tambin se puede comparar los dems requerimientos y se ver que nuestro lubricante cumple y excede todos stos.

Mobiltac 275

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3.- Desde el ao 2005 En agosto del 2005, luego de que algunas nuevas palas 495 HR venan operando ya en el mercado, Bucyrus decide cambiar sus especificaciones de lubricantes en general y por lo tanto se incluye cambios en los OGL. Es de suponer que las mejoras en tamao del cucharn, potencia de los equipos, velocidad de carga y descarga, entre muchos otros, origin que BI replantee sus especificaciones de lubricantes. La norma tcnica respectiva se incluye como adjunto, anexo III y un recuadro resumen se reproduce a continuacin. Cabe indicar que la especificacin es definida SOLAMENTE para las palas posteriores a esa fecha, agosto del 2005, pues sino Bucyrus habra enviado una nota a todos los Usuarios de equipos antiguos indicando que el cambi de especificaciones afecta a las palas de cada Usuario. Lo que s ha sucedido en el siguiente cambio de Bucyrus (ver acpite 4)

Es importante analizar los cambios ms importantes de esta norma: Incluye corrosin al cobre. No comprendemos porque se incluye este valor, ya que los bujes de bronce son casi inexistentes en el caso del circuito de OGL Se incrementa el valor a la carga de soldadura a 800 kg y se aumenta tambin el dimetro de desgaste a 0.7 mm. Como fabricantes de lubricantes para engranajes abiertos consideramos innecesario este aumento en el valor de soldadura, ms aun si este va acompaado de incremento del dimetro de cicatriz permitido. Es decir se admite mayores cicatrices o huellas de una falla de lubricacin.

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AGMA no considera necesario el valor de carga de soldadura como importante en engranajes abiertos, sino la creacin de una pelcula lubricante creada por la alta viscosidad. Se incluye viscosidades mnimas para 3 valores de temperatura, aunque los rangos han cambiado con respecto a la norma anterior. Consideramos las viscosidades solicitadas como muy bajas para la proteccin requerida. El tiempo nos dio la razn, como se ver luego.

Lo importante en analizar esta norma, es que las palas de Alumbrera no estn incluidas bajo esta norma. Si lo estn en la norma anterior que es la vlida para su fecha de fabricacin y fue incluida en los manuales recibidos de la pala.

4.- Desde Junio del 2011 Bucyrus, debido a ciertos problemas en los Hoist, decide cambiar la especificacin de sus lubricantes, segn norma adjunta, como anexo IV. El encabezado de la nueva norma es claro, indica que es obligatorito, inclusive para todas las palas antiguas cuyos nmero de serie se detalla en la misma.

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Como se ve, Bucyrus es claro cuando retroactivamente cambia las especificaciones para palas fabricadas con anterioridad a la emisin de una nueva norma. Igualmente ser vlida para todas las palas nuevas fabricadas a partir de la fecha. El cuadro resumen de los cambios en las nuevas especificaciones se muestra a continuacin. Como se ve solamente se ha incrementado la viscosidad del lubricante para la transmisin del Hoist. Nosotros aun creemos que este incremento es muy bajo. Los engranajes abiertos requieren de la mas alta viscosidad para poder trabajar adecuadamente protegidos y en ese sentido el Mobiltac trabaja con viscosidades tan altas como 60,000 cSt @ 40C, donde BI exige solamente 5,000. AGMA es claro al respecto y solicita muy altas viscosidades

Estas nuevas especificaciones no son aplicables a las palas de Alumbrera, pero las incluimos para resaltar el hecho de que los cambios en las normas no son retroactivas, a no ser que expresamente lo indique Bucyrus, aun con nmero de serie de cada pala involucrada. En consecuencia las palas de Alumbrera debern lubricarse de acuerdo a las especificaciones incluidas en el manual respectivo y reproducidas en este documento en el acpite 2. De acuerdo a las explicaciones cronolgicas brindadas en este documento, todas respaldadas por las normas vigentes de Bucyrus, se conluye que nuestro lubricante Mobiltac es aprobado para lubricar las palas de Minera Alumbrera. Adicionalmente como se les brind en su momento Alumbrera es libre de contactar a la mina Peruana Antamina para confirma los resultados de empleo del Mobiltac en palas 495 BI de esta mina. As como de cualquier usuario de la lista de usuarios incluida.

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ANEXO I

PROHIBICION DE LUBRICANTE UNICO

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Single Lubricant Usage on Bucyrus Electric Mining Shovels


David M. Lang Director of Engineering Shovels and Drills - Bucyrus International Inc.
In previous times it had been deemed beneficial by end users, equipment manufacturers, and lube suppliers to consolidate open gear lubricants and greases into one product. A common lubricant that worked equally well in high and low speed bearings, bushings, open gears, dipper handles, and roller circles was thought to be advantageous from a supply and distribution standpoint. This concept has not proved to be as practical as originally conceived. Certain bearing suppliers have never subscribed to the idea. They felt that bearing life was compromised, especially if abrasive extreme pressure additives such as molybdenum were utilized in the compositions. Lube companies were sometimes forced into a lube selection that compromised performance. It was that or walk away from business. Some lube companies claimed a single lube product but needed to supply dual versions of that product. (The concept of a single lubricant was only lip service.) The effectiveness of lubrication products in general has been challenged since the elimination of lead based additives. Products have changed composition often resulting in decreased performance. This has further clouded the single lube issue and resulted in reduced success. In order to produce equipment with the greatest universal utility Bucyrus has continued to equip its shovel products with lube systems capable of two distinct systems: Open Gear Lube, and Grease. Piping, injectors, pumps, and reservoirs continue to be capable of accepting two different lube products. With the ever increasing concern for equipment reliability, reduction in downtime, decrease in failure rates, and component longevity it now seems more prudent than ever to reestablish a position on the single lube matter. The use of a single universal lubricant is inconsistent with the goal of increased Mean Time Between Failure.

Bucyrus International, Inc. hereby recommends dual lube products to be used on its mining shovel product

Dipper handles, swing rack teeth, rollers and rails, and open gears have been shown to work best with Open Gear lube products. Bearings best function with grease. Bushings can often function either way depending on the individual product.

ANEXO II

ESPECIFICACIONES PARA PALAS B I, B II, HR ANTES DE 2005

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ANEXO III

ESPECIFICACIONES LUBRICANTES DESDE AGOSTO 2005

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Bucyrus International, Inc. SPECIFICATION FOR

OGL OPEN GEAR LUBRICANT

SD4713 (August 18, 2005)


SCOPE: 1. This specification covers Open Gear Lubricant. 2. Materials furnished under this specification are primarily intended to lubricate open gears, but may also be used to lubricate racks, bushings, rails, rollers, dipper handles and propel mechanism components. 3. The material furnished under this specification must be dispensable through the distribution lines of a centralized lubrication system to the most remote application point, at the lowest anticipated operating temperature. It must not plate or plug components of the centralized lubrication system such as injectors, metering blocks, or spray nozzles. 4. This specification covers open gear lubricants that may be applied in service at temperatures ranging from -50C (-58F) to the highest ambient temperature conditions. The particular grade or consistency selected must perform within the specific temperature range in which it is utilized.

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: 1. Materials furnished under this specification may be asphaltic (bitumen) compounds, or blends of a thickener and mineral oils and/or synthetic fluids. They may be in the form of viscous fluids, semi-fluid greases or pastes. 2. Materials furnished under this specification are produced with highly fortified blends of viscous fluids combined with additives to form stable, long lasting, high load carrying, wear resistant films that lubricate under mixed film and boundary conditions. 3. Open gear lubricants supplied under this specification must have excellent adhesive and cohesive qualities, must not chip or throw off, and must provide sufficient film thickness and scuffing resistance to prevent metal to metal contact between applications under all operating conditions. 4. Various grades or consistencies of open gear lubricants may be required to provide proper lubrication and application properties over a wide range of ambient temperatures. The consistency of the lubricant as applied must be appropriate for the method of application, and the in-service consistency shall be appropriate for the lubricant to meet or exceed the minimum performance requirements listed in the "MINIMUM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS" section.

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Bucyrus International, Inc. SPECIFICATION FOR

OGL OPEN GEAR LUBRICANT

SD4713 (August 18, 2005)


5. Viscosity, a fluid's resistance to flow, is the principal physical characteristic of a fluid in terms of its ability to produce a lubricating film between two interfacing surfaces. All lubricating fluids possess a natural viscosity that may be altered (enhanced) by additives such as resins or polymers. Some "viscosity enhancers" are shear sensitive, which could result in insufficient protection of the lubricated components under high load, elevated temperatures and/or high shear conditions. The viscosity of the fluids utilized in the open gear lubricants shall be sufficient under operating conditions for the product to meet or exceed the performance requirements listed in the "MINIMUM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS" section. 6. Open gear lubricants supplied under this specification must be specifically formulated to protect surfaces, reduce wear, and provide satisfactory service life under all anticipated operating conditions. 7. Open gear lubricants supplied under this specification must have excellent water tolerance and rust preventive qualities, as well as minimal dripping qualities for operation over wide temperature ranges. 8. Should the material furnished under this specification contain a diluent to improve dispensability, special care must be exercised to ensure its compatibility with all centralized lubrication system components, i.e., gaskets, o-rings, vent valves, etc., and oil seal lip materials (Nitriles, Viton). Reference ASTM D 4289-03. 9. For extended use in low temperature areas, open gear lubricants supplied under this specification should be capable of slumping in containers and should be pumpable through lube lines without the aid of heat tracing. In order to minimize compatibility problems, it is desirable that the thickener and additive system be compatible with the additional grades that are suitable for the other ambient temperatures.

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Bucyrus International, Inc. SPECIFICATION FOR

OGL OPEN GEAR LUBRICANT

SD4713 (August 18, 2005)


MINIMUM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS:
PROPERTY REFERENCE REQUIREMENT Flash point of product as applied, minimum (base product with diluent) ASTM D92 / ISO 2592 Ambient Temperature (See Note #1) -50C(-58F) to +10C(50F) 61C (142F) Above +10C(50F) 80C (176F) Flash point of base fluid(s), minimum ASTM D92 / ISO 2592 140C (284F) Rust protection ASTM D 1743 Pass Copper strip corrosion maximum rating ASTM D 4048 2e 24hr. @ 100C (212F) Four ball EP test weld point, minimum kgf ASTM D 2596 800 (base product without diluent) Load wear index (LWI), minimum ASTM D 2596 120 (base product without diluent) Four ball wear test 60 minutes @ 40 kgf. ASTM D 2266 0.7 Maximum scar, mm (base product without diluent) Adhesive properties Must adhere to surfaces at the lowest anticipated ambient temperature. Pumpability, Lincoln Ventmeter To vent from 1800 psi (127 kgf/cm^2) to less than or equal to 600 psi (42 kgf/cm^2) within 30 seconds at the lowest anticipated ambient temperature (Testing temperature not less than -25C/-13F). Minimum Base Fluid Viscosity Ambient Temperature ASTM D 445 (See Note #1) C (F) -50 to +10 (-58 to +50) 680 cSt at 40C -20 to +40 (-4 to +104) 1860 cSt at 40C +10 to +50 (+50 to +122) 3600 cSt at 40C Lubricating Solids (Molybdenum Disulfide, Graphite, Etc.) 15 Microns Particle Size, (Microns, max.) NOTE: 1. Ambient Temperature - The ambient temperature shall be the temperature at the point of lubricant application.

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Bucyrus International, Inc. SPECIFICATION FOR

OGL OPEN GEAR LUBRICANT

SD4713 (August 18, 2005)


CERTIFIED LUBRICANTS: Lubricants certified by their manufacturers as complying with this specification will be listed on the Certified Lubricants Listing for Open Gear Lubricant (see the Bucyrus International, Inc. web site www.bucyrus.com for the latest listing). The use of non-certified lubricants may invalidate the Bucyrus International, Inc. product warranty obligation. Specific product selection is the responsibility of the equipment operator/owner and is dependent on climate, application, performance and regional/local regulatory requirements. Lubricant manufacturers seeking to certify their products should contact the following for direction: Bucyrus International, Inc. Engineering Services & Technical Support 1100 Milwaukee Avenue South Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53172 Phone (414) 768-4000 SPECIFICATION REVISIONS: This specification is subject to change without notice. Please contact the following for the latest specification: Bucyrus International, Inc. Engineering Services & Technical Support 1100 Milwaukee Avenue South Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53172 Phone (414) 768-4000

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ANEXO IV

MODIFICACION ESPECIFICACION LUBRICANTES JUNIO 2011

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SERVICE ADVISORY
Date: June 14, 2011
Bucyrus International, Inc.
P.O. Box 500 - 1100 Milwaukee Avenue South Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53172-0500, USA 414.768.4000 / Fax: 414.768.4570

Advisory No.: 11-005 Revision No.: 0

MANDATORY
Compliance with this advisory should be performed at the next convenient maintenance opportunity.

SUBJECT: OPEN GEAR LUBRICANT (OGL) SPECIFICATION UPDATE -- SD4713


NOTE: IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT ALL APPROPRIATE SAFETY MEASURES SUCH AS THOSE SET FORTH IN THE APPLICABLE MACHINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL ARE FOLLOWED DURING THE PERFORMANCE OF THIS WORK. MODELS AFFECTED: 495HD, 495HR, 495HF, 295HR, 295HD, 182M MACHINES AFFECTED S/Ns: 141136, 141141, 141142, 141143, 141146, 141148, 141149, 141156, 141157, 141161, 141162, 141163, 141164, 141167, 141176, 141177, 141178, 141179, 141185, 141186, 141197, 141198, 141207, 141208, 141209, 141214, 141215, 141224, 141227, 141228, 141229, 141230, 141231, 141232, 141233, 141234, 141235, 141236, 141237, 141238, 141240, 141241, 141242, 141243, 141244, 141245, 141246, 141247, 141252, 141253, 141254, 141255, 141256, 141257, 141258, 141259, 141260, 141261, 141262, 141263, 141264, 141265, 141266, 141267, 141268, 141269, 141270, 141271, 141272, 141310, 141311, 141312, 141313, 141314, 141316, 141317, 141318, 141319, 141320, 141321, 141322, 141323, 141324, 141325, 141326, 141327, 141328, 141329, 141330, 141332, 141333, 141343, 141344, 141345, 141346, 141347, 141350, 141351, 141348, 141349, 141352, 141353, 141354, 141356, 141358, 141359, 141409, 141410, 141411, 141412, 141420, 141421, 141422, 141423, 141425, 141430, 141431, 141433, 141439, 141440, 141442, 141444, 141446, 141449, 141451, 141454, 141455, 141456, 141457, 141460

ISSUE: The specification for open gear lube (OGL) prescribes a viscosity based on ambient temperature at the point of application. Particularly in cold climates, some customers have selected seasonal lubricants with minimal viscosity allowing it to be pumped to external components. However, under certain conditions these lubricants may not meet the viscosity requirements of the hoist pinions and bull gear (located in the heated machinery room) and could provide marginal lubrication which could lead to premature distress on the gear teeth.
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ACTION: To meet the specification, a solvent cut-back (non-chlorinated diluent type) lubricant or a pumpable high viscosity grease or compound may be required for cold weather applications. If the owner/operator chooses, a split lube system may be adapted that will allow the specified open gear lubricant to be utilized year round for the hoist pinions and hoist drum gear, and a seasonal low viscosity open gear lubricant for external components. To obtain a quotation for split lube system components please contact our Aftermarket Service Parts Group. The high viscosity of the OGL may provide difficulty pumping in cold weather applications. The factory supplied systems have heat sources designed for pumpability during cold start ups. It is recommended to effectively plan refill intervals to avoid transport and refills during the coldest times of the year.

OPEN GEAR LUBRICANT The new specification clarifies the viscosity requirement of the lubricant for the hoist pinions and hoist drum gear. Lubricant viscosities for systems other than the hoist will remain as before. The OGL viscosity requirements for the electric mining shovel equipment are as follows:

PROPERTY
Minimum Fluid Viscosity at Ambient Temperature All - Except Electric Mining Shovel Hoist Drum Gear C -50 to +10 -20 to +40 +10 to +50 ( F) (-58 to +50) (-4 to +104) (+50 to +122)

REFERENCE

REQUIREMENT

ASTM D 445 680 cSt at 40 C 1860 cSt at 40 C 3600 cSt at 40 C

Minimum Fluid Viscosity at Ambient Temperature Electric Mining Shovel Hoist Drum Gear C +10 to +35 +25 to +50 ( F) (+50 to +95) (+77 to +122) ASTM D 445 3600 cSt at 40 C 5000 cSt at 40 C

Note : The ambient temperature shall be the temperature at the point of lubricant application. The Electric Mining Shovel Hoist Drum Gear is enclosed in a heated machinery room which should not be below 10 C (50 F).

Included in the specification is the requirement that the lubricant contain molybdenum disulfide at a minimum of 2% to protect the gear surfaces during low speed high load conditions which are common in the hoist system. Also included is a clarification to the lubricating solids particle size. Attached please find the new OGL Specification SD4713.
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Specific product selection is the responsibility of the equipment operator/owner and is dependent on climate, application, performance and regional/local regulatory requirements. Lubricants shall be certified by their manufacturers as complying with this specification. The use of lubricants not meeting this specification may invalidate the Bucyrus International, Inc. product warranty obligation.

If you have any questions on the above, please contact: Bucyrus International, Inc. Engineering Services & Technical Support 1100 Milwaukee Avenue South Milwaukee, WI 53172 414.768.4000

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Specification Data

SCOPE: 1. This specification covers Open Gear Lubricant. 2. Materials furnished under this specification are primarily intended to lubricate open gears, but may also be used to lubricate racks, bushings, rails, rollers, dipper handles and propel mechanism components. 3. The material furnished under this specification must be dispensable through the distribution lines of a centralized lubrication system to the most remote application point, at the lowest anticipated operating temperature. It must not plate or plug components of the centralized lubrication system such as injectors, metering blocks, or spray nozzles. 4. This specification covers open gear lubricants that may be applied in service at temperatures ranging from -50 C (-58 F) to the highest ambient temperatu re conditions. The particular grade or consistency selected must perform within the specific temperature range in which it is utilized. The temperature may vary significantly between external components in cold climates and components located within heated enclosures and must be considered during lubricant selection.

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: 1. Materials furnished under this specification are produced with highly fortified blends of viscous fluids combined with additives to form stable, long lasting, high load carrying, wear resistant films that lubricate under mixed film and boundary conditions. Lubricants addressed under this specification may be defined by AGMA 6014-A06 Annex D as (1) Residual [asphaltic (bitumen)] compounds, (2) High viscosity oils, (3) Compounds or (4) Greases. 2. Open gear lubricants supplied under this specification must have excellent adhesive and cohesive qualities, must not chip or throw off, and must provide sufficient film thickness and scuffing resistance to prevent metal to metal contact between applications of the lubricant under all operating conditions. Therefore: (2) High viscosity oils are NOT recommended due to performance characteristics at relatively slow speeds and frequent stop/start application; and (4) Greases inherently provide marginal film thicknesses at low speed which requires properly designed additive packages and thickener selection, stringent break in procedures and more frequent lubricant intervals. 3. Various grades or consistencies of open gear lubricants may be required to provide proper lubrication and application properties over a wide range of ambient temperatures. The consistency of the lubricant as applied must be appropriate for the method of application, and the in-service consistency shall be appropriate for the lubricant to meet or exceed the minimum performance requirements listed in the MINIMUM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS section.

TITLE:

OGL OPEN GEAR LUBRICANT


Director of Engineering: Initiator:

DATE:

June 2011 SD 4713

APPROVALS:

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Timothy Vail

Richard Morrell

This document is the property of Bucyrus International, Inc. Subject matter herein is private, confidential and restricted. Do not use, reproduce, copy, distribute or disclose except with, and only to the extent of, prior written consent of Bucyrus International, Inc. Persons receiving this document are responsible for restricting disclosure, except as absolutely necessary consistent with the intended use. When such use is completed, return immediately to Bucyrus International, Inc. 2011 Bucyrus International, Inc. All rights reserved.

Specification Data

4. Viscosity, a fluids resistance to flow, is the principal physical characteristic of a fluid in terms of its ability to produce a lubricating film between two interfacing surfaces. All lubricating fluids possess a natural viscosity that may be altered (enhanced) by additives such as resins or polymers. Some viscosity enhancers are shear sensitive, which could result in insufficient protection of the lubricated components under high load, elevated temperatures and/or high shear conditions. The viscosity of the fluids utilized in the open gear lubricants shall be sufficient under operating conditions for the product to meet or exceed the performance requirements listed in the MINIMUM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS section. 5. Open gear lubricants supplied under this specification must be specifically formulated to protect surfaces, reduce wear, and provide satisfactory service life under all anticipated operating conditions. 6. Open gear lubricants supplied under this specification must have excellent water tolerance and rust preventive qualities, as well as minimal dripping qualities for operation over wide temperature ranges. 7. Should the material furnished under this specification contain a diluent to improve dispensability, special care must be exercised to ensure its compatibility with all centralized lubrication system components, i.e., gaskets, o-rings, vent valves, etc., and oil seal lip materials (Nitriles, Viton). Reference ASTM D 4289-03. 8. For extended use in low temperature areas, open gear lubricants supplied under this specification should be capable of slumping in containers and should be pumpable through lube lines without the aid of heat tracing. In order to minimize compatibility problems, it is desirable that the thickener and additive system be compatible with the additional grades that are suitable for the other ambient temperatures.

TITLE:

OGL OPEN GEAR LUBRICANT


Director of Engineering: Initiator:

DATE:

June 2011 SD 4713

APPROVALS:

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Timothy Vail

Richard Morrell

This document is the property of Bucyrus International, Inc. Subject matter herein is private, confidential and restricted. Do not use, reproduce, copy, distribute or disclose except with, and only to the extent of, prior written consent of Bucyrus International, Inc. Persons receiving this document are responsible for restricting disclosure, except as absolutely necessary consistent with the intended use. When such use is completed, return immediately to Bucyrus International, Inc. 2011 Bucyrus International, Inc. All rights reserved.

Specification Data

MINIMUM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS: PROPERTY


Flash point of product as applied, minimum (base product with diluent) Ambient Temperature (See Note #1) -50 C(-58 F) to + 10 C (50 F) Above +10 C(50 F) Flash point of base fluid(s), minimum Rust protection Copper strip corrosion Maximum rating o o 24hr. @ 100 C (212 F) Four ball EP test weld point, minimum kgf (base product without diluent) Load wear index (LWI), minimum (base product without diluent) Four ball wear test 60 minutes @ 40 kgf. Maximum scar, mm (base product without diluent) Adhesive properties Minimum Base Fluid Viscosity Ambient Temperature (See Note #1) All - Except Electric Mining Shovel Hoist Drum Gear C ( F) -50 to +10 (-58 to +50) -20 to +40 (-4 to +104) +10 to +50 (+50 to +122) Minimum Base Fluid Viscosity Ambient Temperature (See Note #1) Electric Mining Shovel Hoist Drum Gear C ( F) +10 to +35 (+50 to +95) +25 to +50 (+77 to +122) Pumpability, Lincoln Ventmeter

REFERENCE
ASTM D92 / ISO 2592

REQUIREMENT

61 C (142 F) 80 C (176 F) ASTM D92 / ISO 2592 ASTM D 1743 ASTM D 4048 140 C (284 F) Pass 2a

ASTM D 2596

800

ASTM D 2596

120

ASTM D 2266

0.7

Must adhere to surfaces at the lowest anticipated ambient temperature. (See Note #1) ASTM D 445

680 cSt at 40 C 1860 cSt at 40 C 3600 cSt at 40 C ASTM D 445

3600 cSt at 40 C 5000 cSt at 40 C To vent from 1800 psi (127 kgf/cm^2) to less than or equal to 600 psi (42 kgf/cm^2) within 30 seconds at the lowest anticipated ambient temperature.

TITLE:

OGL OPEN GEAR LUBRICANT


Director of Engineering: Initiator:

DATE:

June 2011 SD 4713

APPROVALS:

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Timothy Vail

Richard Morrell

This document is the property of Bucyrus International, Inc. Subject matter herein is private, confidential and restricted. Do not use, reproduce, copy, distribute or disclose except with, and only to the extent of, prior written consent of Bucyrus International, Inc. Persons receiving this document are responsible for restricting disclosure, except as absolutely necessary consistent with the intended use. When such use is completed, return immediately to Bucyrus International, Inc. 2011 Bucyrus International, Inc. All rights reserved.

Specification Data

Molybdenum Disulfide Lubricating Solids (Molybdenum Disulfide, Graphite, Etc.) Particle Size NOTE:

2% Minimum

15 Micron Nominal 44 Micron Maximum

1. Ambient Temperature The ambient temperature shall be the temperature at the point of lubricant application. The Electric Mining Shovel Hoist Drum Gear is enclosed in a heated machinery room which should not be below 10 C (50 F).

LUBRICANTS: Specific product selection is the responsibility of the equipment operator/owner and is dependent on climate, application, performance and regional/local regulatory requirements. Lubricants shall be certified by their manufacturers as complying with this specification. Quality Control Documentation may be requested pertaining to viscosity, weld point and scar per batch to validate properties. The use of lubricants not meeting this specification may invalidate the Bucyrus International, Inc. product warranty obligation.

SPECIFICATION REVISIONS: This specification is subject to change without notice. Please contact the following for the latest specification: Bucyrus International, Inc. Engineering Services & Technical Support 1100 Milwaukee Avenue South Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53172 Phone (414) 768-4000

TITLE:

OGL OPEN GEAR LUBRICANT


Director of Engineering: Initiator:

DATE:

June 2011 SD 4713

APPROVALS:

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Timothy Vail

Richard Morrell

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ANEXO V

HOJA TECNICA MOBILTAC 275 (PETRON OGL 595)

ENGINEERED INDUSTRIAL LUBRICANTS & METALWORKING PRODUCTS

OPEN GEAR LUBE 595 NC

Property Color Appearance Specific Gravity Flash Point 4 Ball EP Weld Point (Kg) Load Wear Index (Kg) 4 Ball Wear, Scar Diameter (mm) Timken OK Load (lbs)

Test Method Visual Visual ASTM D-1298 ASTM D-92 (C.O.C.) ASTM D-2596

Typical Data Black Viscous, Semi-Fluid 1.0 >200F (>93C)

400 65 ASTM D-2266 ASTM D-2509 0.5 45

U.S. Steel Retention

USS-1RT @ 33 lbs USS-1RT @ 43 lbs ASTM D-1743

Pass Pass Pass

Rust

Ventmeter @ 32F (0C)

Lincoln

450 psi @ 30 seconds

Base Oil Viscosity, cSt @ 100 C

ASTM D-445

540

IMPORTANT: Before using Open Gear Lube 595 NC, always be sure to read and follow precautions and directions for use appearing on the product container.

Petron Corporation 16800 W Glendale Drive, New Berlin, Wisconsin 53151 Tel: (262) 797-4680 Fax: (262) 796-1080 Web: http://www.PetronCorp.com ISO 9001:2008 Certified

Open Gear Lube 595 NC 2/2011