Fluon® E-Series Aqueous Dispersion Grade PTFE -- AD208E
from AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc.

Highly cost-effective materials, Fluon ® PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) Resins are the most widely used fluoropolymers found in many areas of modern life. Resin properties keep insulation thickness to a minimum while tolerating a wider range of temperatures (-180 °C to 260 °C) than other... [See More]

  • Composition / Chemistry: Fluoropolymer / PTFE (e.g., Teflon®)
  • Applications: Electrical / Electronic; Food Contact Approved
Air Dry PTFE Solid Film Lubricant -- Lubri-Bond®320R
from Everlube Products

Lubri-Bond 320R is an air drying, PTFE based solid film lubricant with an epoxy binder system. This coating provides very good corrosion resistance and performs best in lighter load carrying applications. It is ideal for applications that do not require a thermally cured coating. Lubri-Bond 320R is... [See More]

  • Composition / Chemistry: Fluoropolymer / PTFE (e.g., Teflon®)
  • Use Temperature: -100 to 250
  • Specific Gravity: 0.8987
  • Applications: Compressors; Electrical / Electronic; Process Equipment, Tanks, Reactor or Lines; Surgical Devices
Dry Film Lubricant,PTFE,16 oz,Net 10 -- 03044
from Grainger Industrial Supply

Dry Film Lubricant, PTFE, Size 16 oz, Size/Net Weight 10, Temp Range -40 to 450 F, Flash Point Less Than 20 F, VOC Content 98%, Specific Gravity 0.73, Film Type Mirco Thin and Dry, Hydrocarbon Propellant, Fast Drying, Seals Out Moisture Penetrates And Bonds To Most Surfaces, Non-Staining, For Use... [See More]

  • Composition / Chemistry: Fluoropolymer / PTFE (e.g., Teflon®)
  • Use Temperature: -40 to ?
  • Specific Gravity: 0.7300
  • Applications: Electrical / Electronic; Machine, Gears, Spindles, Ways and Final Drives
Industrial Lubricants -- Xylan XLR® 17-353 over 17-080
from Whitford Corporation

Wear resistant and impermeable nonstick coating with excellent release. [See More]

  • Composition / Chemistry: Fluoropolymer / PTFE (e.g., Teflon®)
  • Features: Release Agent or Mold Release
  • Use Temperature: 500
T. F. E.® Lubricant -- 6078
from Aervoe Industries Incorporated

Resists moisture, resin-bonded, non-staining, heavy duty lubricant [See More]

  • Composition / Chemistry: Fluoropolymer / PTFE (e.g., Teflon®)
  • Use Temperature: 40 to 110
  • Specific Gravity: 0.7300
  • Applications: Conveyor Belts, Machine Tools, Dies
Ptfe Spray Heavy-Coat with PTFE
from Anti-Seize Technology

Dry-film lubricant, chemically inert, low coefficient of friction (.02) [See More]

  • Composition / Chemistry: Fluoropolymer / PTFE (e.g., Teflon®)
  • Applications: Machine, Gears, Spindles, Ways and Final Drives
  • Use Temperature: -400 to 500
  • Features: Aerosol, Sprayable or Misting; Sealing, Intrusion Barrier, Seal Forming or Sealant
Alseal 310
from Coatings For Industry, Inc.

The primary use of Alseal 310 is to provide dry film lubrication, excellent anti-stick properties and water repellence. It also has non-yellowing, non-chalking properties, excellent flexibility, abrasion resistance, hardness and good chemical resistance. Further, as a water-based material, Alseal... [See More]

  • Composition / Chemistry: Fluoropolymer / PTFE (e.g., Teflon®)
  • Features: Aerosol, Sprayable or Misting
  • Applications: Aerospace; Gas Turbines
Ambersil Dry PTFE Lubricant -- W-AMS-PTFE
from Invotec Solutions Ltd.

Unaffected by water, oil or solvents and is suitable where the use of wet or silicone lubricants is undesirable. Ideal for the, textile and paper industries where direct contact is involved with surfaces that would be contaminated by wet or silicone based lubricants. Forms a dry non-staining film. [See More]

  • Composition / Chemistry: Fluoropolymer / PTFE (e.g., Teflon®)
  • Features: Aerosol, Sprayable or Misting
  • Use Temperature: -148 to 392
MAC -- 408
from McGee Industries, Inc. / McLube Division

Colorless, non-oily film coating, will not transfer/contaminate compounds [See More]

  • Composition / Chemistry: Silicone; Fluoropolymer / PTFE (e.g., Teflon®)
  • Applications: Automotive or Transportation; Process Equipment, Tanks, Reactor or Lines
  • Use Temperature: ? to 550
  • Features: Sealing, Intrusion Barrier, Seal Forming or Sealant; Corrosion Inhibiting or Rust Preventative; Release Agent or Mold Release
Ideal Yellow 77 Plus Wire Pulling Lubricant 1-Gallon Pail -- 31-391
from TelephoneStuff.com

TEFLON additive provides greater lubricity than other wax-based lubricants. Features: - Remains stable in high temp. -- usable from 30 °F to 190 °F (-1 °C to 88 °C). - Dries slowly to a thin, non-conducting film that won't harden in conduit. - Creamy texture applies easily and... [See More]

  • Composition / Chemistry: Wax / Stearate; Fluoropolymer / PTFE (e.g., Teflon®)
  • Applications: Electrical / Electronic