ExxoMobil launched Mobil SHC Polyrex 102 EM synthetic grease, which, the company reported, is proven to increase the mechanical efficiency of electric motors. During proprietary-bearing energy-efficiency rig tests that collected 2 million data points, the grease reduced torque by up to 40% compared with a mineral-based alternative, which results in an increased motor efficiency of up to 0.24%, the company reported. That can both lower energy costs and reduce the carbon footprint, the company reported. The grease is suitable for use in electric motors of any size and viable at up to 180°C. It is suited for fill-for-life applications, the company said.
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