EnviroLogic® EHD Grease is a biodegradable, lithium complex grease fortified with extreme pressure (EP) additives and polymers.  Specifically developed for high load performance in a variety of marine and industrial equipment applications such as jack up platforms where incidental environmental exposure of the lubricant is cause for concern.  It is formulated to meet US EPA Vessel General Permit (VGP) criteria for environmentally acceptable lubricants.

EnviroLogic® EHD Grease demonstrates excellent water resistance and extreme pressure protection over an extremely wide temperature range.  It is formulated to provide steel and copper corrosion protection for use in harsh environments.


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  • Unrivaled performance vs. other greases currently used in jack up applications
  • Specially formulated for extreme loads such as offshore jack up platforms for oil, gas and wind turbines as well as extreme high load wire rope applications.
  • Offers a 4 ball weld of 800 kgf (ASTM D 2596)
  • Is extremely water resistant with a low water spray off of 8% loss – as measured by ASTM  D 4049.
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  • Jack Up Platforms
  • Pile Drivers
  • High Load Wire Ropes
Product Number ISO Grade Product Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet
Grease EHD NLGI 1-2 Data Sheet


What does biodegradability actually mean?
Biodegradability is defined as the ability of a substance to be digested or consumed by naturally occurring microorganisms present in water, air and soil systems. Complete biodegradability is the conversion of a substance to carbon dioxide and water.
What differentiates Inherently Biodegradable from Readily Biodegradable?
Inherently biodegradable is defined as the characteristic of a product to be consumed by naturally occurring organisms in nature over an indefinite period of time (> 20% but < 60% as measured by OECD 301B testing). This characteristic is defined by the original composition of the product). Readily biodegradable is defined as the ability of a product to biodegrade quickly and completely (≥ 60% by OECD 301B).