Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: ASSEMBLY PASTE - 50% MOLYBDENUM DISULPHIDE
Supplier: Grainger Industrial Supply
Description: Moly Paste, Size 1 Gal. Pail, Temp Range -300 to 750 F, Flash Point Less than 430 F, Specific Gravity 1.4, Film Type Nondrying, Contains Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2), Lead Free, Water Resistant, Nonmelting,Lowers Friction, For Cam Lubrication, Assembly and Disassembly of Press and Shrink Fit Pins
- Type: Penetrant / Penetrating Oil
- Chemistry / Constituents: Molybdenum / Metal Sulphide, Petroleum / Mineral Oil
- Flash Point: 430 F
- Applications / Function: Bearing Lube, Machine / Gears, Marine
Supplier: Applied Industrial Technologies
Description: Reducing Friction and Wear on Parts During Assembly and Breaking-in
- Type: Grease / Gel
- Chemistry / Constituents: Molybdenum / Metal Sulphide
- Operating / Use Temperature: 0.0 to 750 F
- Features: Specialty
Industrial Lubricants - Solution 800 Low Friction Moly Past Lubricant (1 LB. Brush Top Can) -- 20106Supplier: Emerson Bearing Co.
Description: SOLUTION 800 LOW FRICTION MOLY PASTE LUBRICANT is a premium molybdenum disulfide lubricant paste formulated specifically for lubricating and protecting metal surfaces under extreme pressure. SOLUTION 800 provides a low friction coefficient which reduces friction and high wear. Has excellent
Supplier: Anti-Seize Technology
Description: No Description Provided
- Type: Micro-dispersion, Solid Lubricant / Dry Film
- Chemistry / Constituents: Petroleum / Mineral Oil, Molybdenum / Metal Sulphide
- Operating / Use Temperature: 250 to 750 F
- Applications / Function: Marine
Supplier: Red Line Synthetic Oil Corporation
Description: New, convenient version of the chemistry used in our popular paste sold in tubs Prevents metal contact and wear before adequate lubrication can be supplied Unlike other assembly lubes, this product will not plug filters after initial engine start-up Provides 3x greater film strength than
Supplier: Bellman-Melcor LLC
Description: Silvaloy 0 is used for the brazing of copper and copper alloys, brass and bronze. It can also be used on silver, tungsten and molybdenum. It is primarily used for the joining of copper-to-copper on vibration free joints. It is very effective for joining tight fitting copper pipe and tubing
- Brazing Filler Alloys: Copper Alloy Braze
- Lead Free: Yes
- Form / Shape: Paste, Powder, Preform, Solid Wire, Tubular Wire
- Melting Range: 1310 to 1350 F
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Molykote (R) P-37 Anti-Seize Paste Reduces Thread Failures on Oil Drilling Equipment
, with. chromium, copper, nickel and molybdenum. AV11617. an ultrapure, metal-free and more. Stainless steel also contains molybdenum,. durable solid-film lubricant. chromium and nickel. These do not react well with oxygen, so only very thin. metal-oxide layers were formed in the threaded connections. Once
Ceramic Electronic and IC Packaging Design Guide
to its high thermal conductivity. a wide choice of materials, each. and excel ent Coefficient of Thermal. designed to meet specific application. Aluminum Nitride (AlN). (15-85). Expansion (CTE) match to Silicon,. needs. The choices include: Material. Molybdenum Copper Tungsten. Alloy 42. Kovar. Alloy 194
Guidelines for Selecting the Right Brazing Alloy
copper the usual flux may be omitted. Other oxides (such as zinc in brass) are not reduced by phosphorous; therefore, flux is needed to produce satisfactory joints. While especially suitable for joining copper and its alloys, this alloy group may also be used on silver, tungsten and molybdenum
Frequently Asked Questions About Stainless Steel
. Higher levels of chromium and the addition of other alloying elements such as nickel and molybdenum enhance this surface layer and improve the corrosion resistance of the stainless material. See the "Stainless Steel Primer " for more information. 2. What is the difference between 18/8 and 18/10
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Palladium-catalyzed sintering of molybdenum paste applied to multilayer substrate fabrication
Palladium-catalyzed sintering of molybdenum paste applied to multilayer substrate fabrication .
An issue in thermal management: Metallizing high thermal conductivity ceramic substrates in microelectronics
The addition of a glass frit to the molybdenum paste is necessary to allow it to be bonded to high-alumina sub- strates (99% AlP3)' and the addition of MnO to the glass composition improves the grain boundary penetration and adhesion.
Managing A Large Volume of Design/Manufacturing/Test Data in a Chip And Module Factory
The first in the set is a mask-maker which creates the metal masks used in a screening process, where patterns of molybdenum paste are put on each layer and eventually become the wiring.
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Kumar, A. Palladium-catalyzed sintering of molybdenum paste applied to multilayer .
Compact Multimedia Systems in Multi-chip Module Technology
These layers are customized by punching hole for the vias and forming wiring patterns using molybdenum paste .
A Multilayer Ceramic Multichip Module
Metalization is accomplished by extruding a molybdenum paste through a wide nozzle as the nozzle traverses a metal mask resting on the greensheet.
IBM Multichip Multilayer Ceramic Modules for LSI Chips-Design for Performance and Density
Each layer of the MLC module starts asaflexible unfired sheet, a matrix of pulverized AlzO, in a binder, which is selectively punched and then filled and screened with a pattern of molybdenum paste in the desired conductor pattern.
Transient response of uniformly distributed RLC transmission lines
Present multichip packages for logic applications may be fabricated using molybdenum paste conductors on a ceramic base.
The study on pad of AlN multilayer cofire ceramic substrate
A iungsten or molybdenum paste can be applied because the sintering is performed at 1600-1900%.
Encyclopedia of Lubricants and Lubrication
With regard to the principal solid lubricant used, names such as molybdenum disulfide paste , graphite paste, PTFE (polytetra- fluoroethylene) paste, metal paste, ceramic paste, or pastes with reactive solid lubricants are possible.
Production of copper molybdates by the extraction-pyrolytic method
Under the conditions of the linear heating of the molybdenum extract paste in isoamyl alcohol (Fig. 2a), at the beginning stage of heating up to 250°C the evapora tion of the residuals of the water and organic phases (endotherms with the minimums...
The bearings were lubricated by a molybdenum sulfide paste .