Product Announcement from Miyaki USA, Inc.
Conventional hard anodic film is normally porous with low to moderate wear resistance, and there are more chances of abrasion and wear, caused by failure of lubrication in higher pressure, vibration, and friction areas. Kashima Coat with lubricating property and higher resistance characteristics was researched and developed by Miyaki Co., to prevent such problems.
Kashima Coat is a proprietary hard anodizing processing that Miyaki Company of Japan has invented, lubricating molybdenum disulfide deposited via electrical induction into the billions of micro-pores on the surface of hard-anodized aluminum for better lubrication and less abrasion and wear.
There are about 70 billion of anodic cells in 1 cm2 with molybdenum disulfide deposit and penetrated into micro-pores from the bottom of each cell, and Kashima Coat improves on lubrication and corrosion resistance of conventional hard anodizing and other common types of coating such as Teflon, Graphite, and Tungsten disulfide.
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