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 So for the viscosity i do have a chart of all the different bases used in krytox, even if it only says GPL10x it also applies to the GPL20x greases with the same number at the end. So for the viscosity i do have a chart of all the different bases used in krytox, even if it only says GPL10x it also applies to the GPL20x greases with the same number at the end.
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 The type is defined by the first number in the name for example GPL1xx means that it is an oil and GPL2xx means it is a grease. The type is defined by the first number in the name for example GPL1xx means that it is an oil and GPL2xx means it is a grease.
  
 NGLI grades are both complicated and not at the same time, pretty much in terms of switches the lower the number is the easier it will be to work with, if you want the actual information then you can check out this image which provides some numbers as well as comparing the greases to common food items for a thickness comparison NGLI grades are both complicated and not at the same time, pretty much in terms of switches the lower the number is the easier it will be to work with, if you want the actual information then you can check out this image which provides some numbers as well as comparing the greases to common food items for a thickness comparison
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 Alright now you might ask "Where do i put the lubricant once i have it" and to answer this question i do have a few images that show common lubing points, there are also a few good tutorials on YouTube but when watching them always remember that there might be a lot of opinion in what the person says is right and wrong. Alright now you might ask "Where do i put the lubricant once i have it" and to answer this question i do have a few images that show common lubing points, there are also a few good tutorials on YouTube but when watching them always remember that there might be a lot of opinion in what the person says is right and wrong.
  
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 If you want to read yourself more into the actual chemical specifications of Krytox you can also do it over at the official Chemours library of technical information which is linked below If you want to read yourself more into the actual chemical specifications of Krytox you can also do it over at the official Chemours library of technical information which is linked below
  
 [[https://​www.chemours.com/​Lubricants/​en_US/​tech_info/​index.html]] [[https://​www.chemours.com/​Lubricants/​en_US/​tech_info/​index.html]]
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