top of page


Glossary Term

Definition and Purpose

Anhydrous, in the context of lubricating greases, refers to a state where no water is present. This characteristic is crucial for certain applications where moisture can compromise the integrity or performance of the grease. For instance, an anhydrous calcium soap grease is a specific type of lubricant that has been tested to confirm the absence of water, ensuring its stability and effectiveness in various industrial settings.


bottom of page