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  • Talk About Temperature: High and Low
    Although Cobra Solid Lubricant is beneficial in so many applications that do not involve high temperatures (freezer conveyors; freezing tunnels; free spinning; drip free; maintenance free; vacuum; radiation; food grade; etc.) high temperature applications are the most frequently seen (it's just
  • More than a lubricant
    beyond optical instruments and that's because of their limited low-temperature capabilities. At room temperature they worked well, but they became so viscous at low temperatures they restricted rather than facilitated movement. That changed in the mid-1980s when several broad-temperature synthetic
  • Predicting lube life
    : synthetic oils, mineral oils, and greases. Synthetic lubricants generally last longer at elevated temperatures than their mineral-oil counterparts. And some types have special low-temperature and low-flammability properties. However, hydrolysis or the tendency to absorb water -- even from exposure
  • A solid performer
    , and in the threads. These locations need lubricants with exceptional lubrication and anti-galling properties, such as molybdenum disulfide. Electroplated silver with wax lubricant is another option. ) is a solid that has exceptional lubricating properties under conditions of high temperature and pressure
  • Save Energy With Fewer Oil Changes
    . , " June 16, 2004, has a table comparing common synthetic lubricants and additives. Synthetic Lubricants for Medical Devices , " May 18, 2000, covers lubrication concerns specific to the medical industry. The right oil will bring lower wear rates, lower operating temperatures, and, best of all, greater
  • Save Energy With Fewer Oil Changes
    and PAGs perform better than mineral oils in terms of viscosity, pour temperature, and friction coefficient. "Lubed-for-Life " (MACHINE DESIGN, June 16, 2004, ) has a table comparing common synthetic lubricants and additives. : Synthetic Lubricants for Medical Devices " (MACHINE DESIGN, May 18, 2000

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