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NPFC - MIL-G-81322

GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 22 January 1992
Status: inactive
Page Count: 18
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This specification covers the requirements for two grades of grease. Grade A is formulated for the lubrication of aircraft accessories and aircraft related equipment. Grade B grease is formulated for the lubrication of aircraft arresting gear and other equipment that operate under high contact loads and high sliding speeds. Both grades of grease are formulated to withstand operations at high speeds and temperatures of −54° to 177°C (−65° to 350°F) (see 6.1). Grade A grease is identified by NATO Code G-395 and Military Symbol WTR (see 6.7).

intended Use:

The greases covered by this specification are intended for use as lubricating greases in applications where the operating temperatures fall between −54° and 177°C (−65° and 350°F).... View More

Document History

August 1, 2019
Grease, Aircraft, General Purpose, Wide Temperature Range, Nato Code G-395
A description is not available for this item.
July 18, 2019
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
A description is not available for this item.
January 24, 2005
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
The grease covered by this specification is military unique because it is intended to lubricate military aircraft equipment subject to extreme marine conditions and operate in a wide temperature...
July 21, 1998
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
The greases covered by this specification are intended to lubricate equipment subject to extreme marine conditions and operating temperatures between −54° to 177°C (−65° to 350°F). Commercial...
MIL-G-81322
January 22, 1992
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
This specification covers the requirements for two grades of grease. Grade A is formulated for the lubrication of aircraft accessories and aircraft related equipment. Grade B grease is formulated for...
August 2, 1982
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
A description is not available for this item.
January 23, 1978
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
A description is not available for this item.
September 24, 1975
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
A description is not available for this item.
February 13, 1975
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
A description is not available for this item.
February 27, 1974
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
A description is not available for this item.
March 16, 1973
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
A description is not available for this item.
February 5, 1971
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
A description is not available for this item.
May 23, 1968
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
A description is not available for this item.
September 16, 1965
GREASE, AIRCRAFT, GENERAL PURPOSE, WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE, NATO CODE G-395
The grease covered by this specification is intended to be used as a general purpose grease in applications where operation at temperatures as low a -65° F (-54° C) and as high as 350° F (177° C) may...

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