Dry Lubrication Metal Finishing

Solid-film lubricants are thin films of resins which bind lubricating powders such as MoS2 (molybdenum disulfide), graphite or fluorocarbon to a surface. These lubricants prevent surface-to-surface contact, reducing friction and wear between mating surfaces. They are used primarily between two mating surfaces such as camshafts, bearings, marine parts, guns, weapons, pistons, valves, connectors, fasteners and slides. Among the fields in which they find use are aerospace, automotive, computer manufacturing, EMI/RFI shielding, petrochemical, fasteners, valves and pumps. A dedicated line of these lubricants and coatings for the valve industry is offered in a broad temperature range.

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