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  • Surface Enhanced Flake Graphite and its Utility as a Functional Extender for Molybdenum Disulfide (.pdf)
    Abstract: The performance of surface enhanced natural flake graphite (SEFG) was studied to determine its utility as a functional extender for molybdenum disulfide in PAO grease. The SEFG was compared to conventional flake graphite and high surface area synthetic graphite in the same application
  • Dry Lubricant Coatings
    Dry lubricant coatings are applied to surfaces on machine parts, fittings, cams, springs, gears, cables, springs, leather, plastic and elastomeric gaskets. The most common dry lubricant coatings are molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) and polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), possibly mixed together
  • Bearings that bear up
    are probably the simplest and least expensive of all. They blend polymers, such as PTFE and nylon, with molybdenum disulfide, graphite, and other inorganic powders to lower friction and add strength. Dry bearings closely conform to the shape of their mating shaft or thrust surface and are mostly
  • A solid performer
    Molybdenum-disulfide lubricant helps stop galling of stainless-steel tube fittings exposed to hostile environments. Half-section diagrams of a Parker Hannifin CPI singleferrule and an A-LOK two-ferrule compression tube fitting. Turning the nut drives the ferrule(s) into contact with the body seat
  • Plane Bearings That Grease Themselves
    to their simplicity and low up-front cost, plane bearings can be made of resin with added lubricants. During operation, the lubricants transfer onto the metal mating surfaces. Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), graphite, molybdenum disulfide (moly), and silicone are commonly added to the resin
  • Plastic Bearings
    . Improvement in mechanical properties, rigidity, and wear resistance is obtained by adding fillers such as graphite and molybdenum disulfide to nylon. While the maximum recommended continuous service temperature for ordinary nylon

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