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  • Coating Specifications
    The list of specifications presented here is a limited overview of common dry film lubricant specifications in which we are approved for and/or can meet process application performance criteria. In today's ever-changing global economy, businesses are either purchased and/or acquired by others
  • Pre-Treatments Used With Coatings
    of the perfect circle. The corollary in dry films are the functions of adhesion, cohesion, wear, corrosion resistance, and coefficient of friction for any dry film lubricant can all be markedly improved by a proper pretreatment. The optimum pretreatment can make a dramatic difference. The level
  • Wood you believe bearings?
    the self-lubricating process. Wood bearings lubricate in three modes: boundary, full film (hydrodynamic), and mixed film. Under fullfilm lubrication, a thick film of lubricant separates a journal and bearing so service life is nearly infinite. Boundary lubrication involves bearing-journal contact so wear
  • Design bearings that don't seize
    or mixed-lubrication regimes. But it can also happen to fully lubricated bearings. Equipment that sits idle for a while between operations is particularly susceptible because oil can creep away or volatilize over time, leaving bearings completely dry at start-up. In fact, anything that interferes with lubricant
  • Lube-for-life journal bearings
    to the pin/bearing interface; scrubbing using a graphite or MoS Sintered bearings disperse a liquid lubricant such as oil, grease, or silicone fluids trapped in the bearing wall. The lubricant eventually runs dry and must be replenished from an external source. Scrubbing mechanisms also rely
  • Keeping dirt out and lube in
    friction. With lubricant, there is either a constant oil film between ball and race (elastohydrodynamic or EHD friction) or a mixture of oil film with some direct contact (mixed friction). EHD is preferred, but compared to other machine components such as deep-groove or angular-contact ball

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  • Handbook of Lubricants
    Uses: Elec. conductive filler, extrusion aid for rubber; lubricant additive for forging, wire drawing, casting and dry film lubricants .
  • Encyclopedia of Lubricants and Lubrication
    In practice, the applica- tion of dry lubricating coatings is often performed by subcontractors who have specialized in the application processes best suited to dry film lubricants .
  • Handbook of Paint and Coating Raw Materials Volume 1 and 2
    Uses: Dry film lubricant and mold release agent for rubbers and plastics, coating and mfg. of metal; promotes thickening and retards fouling; mfg. of machine parts, metalworking operations, in precision audiovisual equip., mfg. of glass and paper; additive for paints and finishes …
  • Handbook of PLASTIC AND RUBBER ADDITIVES Volume 1 and 2
    Uses: Dry film lubricant and mold release agent for rubbers and plastics, coating and mfg. of metal; promotes thickening and retards fouling; mfg. of machine parts, metalworking operations, in precision audiovisual equip., mfg. of glass and paper; additive for paints and finishes …
  • Handbook of Rheology Modifiers
    Chem. Descrip.: PTFE in isopropyl alcohol (20%) See Polytetrafluoroethylene CAS ;67-63-0 Uses: Dry film lubricant for blade-coating; thickener for grease; lubricant thickener, antifouling agent for liqs.