What Is The Role Of Gear Oil?
Lubricate the transmission system to reduce the wear of gears and other moving parts, ensure the normal movement of the transmission system and prolong the service life.
Reduce the friction and transmission loss of the gear drive and improve the mechanical efficiency.
Cooling the transmission parts. Gear transmission, due to the contact friction of the tooth surface, will generate a lot of heat. If it is not dissipated in time, it will cause high temperature on the tooth surface, and it will cause ablation and adhesion. In the process of circulating lubrication, the gear oil continuously takes away the heat and dissipates it through the air and the transmission mechanism housing to ensure the normal operation of the transmission parts.
Prevent corrosion and corrosion.
Reduce the tooth surface impact and transmission noise.
The gear oil has a washing effect, and can continuously clean the contaminants and solid particles attached to the surface of the gear.