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  • Synthetic lubricants for the long haul
    affects how the fluid works at low temperatures, its ability to prevent wear, its viscosity index, and volatility -- all critical in lubricant selection. Structurally, each PFPE molecule is classified as either
  • A solid performer
    under extreme pressure, as do liquid lubricants. This combination of properties builds a boundary layer that effectively prevents pairs of lubricated surfaces from touching. Objects still touch along small contact regions or asperities, however. These contact regions have considerably less area than
  • Frosty reception for unprepared robots
    deploying automation in freezers. For one thing, gear trains that target these temperatures need different tolerances, clearances, and in some cases different materials. Integrators should also plan on dry low-temperature lubricants so viscosity isn't a problem. Similarly, low-temperature seals
  • Planetary reducers eliminate machining step to keep costs down
    stable at extreme temperatures. The lube lets the gearbox run cooler than those filled with grease but still permits operation at temperatures to 150F (60 C). A low internalfriction and high oil-viscosity index combine
  • The Bonded-On Bearing
    the coatings away. Four years ago, a coating technology emerged that changed all this. Formulations combine nanosized additives with high-performance engineering resins. The coatings go on load-carrying surfaces that see extreme pressure, high wear, low friction, particle or ice buildup, and static

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