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The Hill and Griffith Company
1085 Summer Street - Cincinnati, OH 45204

GRIFLUBEĀ® SLIDE-WAY 68 & 220 Lubricants

Maximum latitude in extreme pressure protection

Hill and Griffith's Slide-Way 68 and 220 were specially formulated using severely hydrotreated napthenic base oils and state-of-the-art additives to ensure a smooth, chatter-free lubrication of slides and ways in all types of metalworking and machine tool applications

These way lubricants will provide maximum latitude in extreme pressure protection and prevent stick-slip chatter in the feed of the machine tool, thus preventing the carriage from surging forward as the feed begins and hesitating while the drive catches up. Besides maintaining a smooth, uninterrupted motion, these products will provide ideal protection against corrosion of both ferrous metals and all cuperous alloys.

Unlike conventional way lubricants, Slide-Way 68 and 220 and unusually resistant to removal by the detergency of synthetic coolants and soluble oils, typically found in a way lube environment. In addition, Slide-Way 68 and 220 are designed as a lower sulfur and fatty acid way lubricant which will resist emulsification in coolants, thus maximizing the efficiency of all types of coolant filtration equipment, including oil wheel and belt skimmers, coalescing filters, ultrafiltration, and centrifugation.

Slide-Way Properties

68 220
API Gravity 29 27
Viscosity, cSt at 40oC 68 220
Viscosity, cSt at 100o 8.5 18.2
Viscosity, SUS at 100oF 315 1100
Viscosity, SUS at 210oF 55 75
Flash Point, COC, oF 400 400
Viscosity Index, minimum 95 95
Cincinnati Milacron Grade P-47 P-50

Slide-Way 68 and 220 Advantages:

  • Outstanding tackiness for adherence to ways
  • Exceptional coolant compatibility and demulsibility
  • Ease of filterability through Bijur lubricating systems
  • Extreme film strength and lubricating capacity

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