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AGMA 9005

Industrial Gear Lubrication

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Organization: AGMA
Publication Date: 1 January 2002
Status: inactive
Page Count: 38
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This standard provides the end user, original equipment builder, gear manufacturer, and lubricant supplier with guidelines for minimum performance characteristics for lubricants suitable for use in general power transmission applications. These guidelines cover both open and enclosed gearing which have been designed and rated in accordance with applicable AGMA standards. The types of gearing included herein are metallic spur, helical including herringbone, straight and spiral bevel, and worm. These guidelines may or may not be applicable to non-metallic gears.

This standard does not address grease lubricated enclosed drives, aerospace applications or address special regulatory requirements associated with food or drug handling or manufacturing equipment. This standard is not intended to replace any existing standards such as in automotive applications where similar gearing may be used.

NOTE: This standard is not intended to supplant any specific recommendations of gear manufacturers.

Document History

March 23, 2016
Industrial Gear Lubrication
This standard provides lubricant classifications, guidelines for minimum performance characteristics, and generalized application and servicing guidelines for both open and enclosed metallic gearing...
March 23, 2016
Industrial Gear Lubrication
This standard provides lubricant classifications, guidelines for minimum performance characteristics, and generalized application and servicing guidelines for both open and enclosed metallic gearing...
December 31, 2002
Industrial Gear Lubrication
This standard provides the end user, original equipment builder, gear manufacturer and lubricant supplier with guidelines for minimum performance characteristics for lubricants suitable for use with...
AGMA 9005
January 1, 2002
Industrial Gear Lubrication
This standard provides the end user, original equipment builder, gear manufacturer, and lubricant supplier with guidelines for minimum performance characteristics for lubricants suitable for use in...
August 1, 1994
Industrial Gear Lubrication
A description is not available for this item.
August 1, 1994
Industrial Gear Lubrication
A description is not available for this item.

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