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  • 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
  • Bearing Lubrication - Types, Methods, and Shelf Life
    in extreme situations where an oil or grease cannot survive and are typically selected as a last resort or option. These include harsh environments such as extreme temperatures, vacuum, or radiation. These coatings include graphite, MoS2, silver, gold, or PTFE. Hard coatings include TiC or chrome. Solid
  • Design of Plastic Gears (.pdf)
    . R90. 0.009. Polyvinyl. 0.002. Chloride. 6 – 9. 8 – 15. 300 – 400. 140 – 175. 0.07 – 0.40 R100 – 120. 0.004. M69. Polysulfone. 10.2. 15.4. 370. 345. 0.22. R120. 0.0076. MoS2–Filled. Nylon. 10.2. 10. 350. 140. 0.4. D785. 0.012. Reprinted with the permission of Plastic Design and Processing Magazine
  • Proper Use Of Plastic Gears (.pdf)
    – 0.80. R90. 0.009. Polyvinyl. 0.002. Chloride. 6 – 9. 8 – 15. 300 – 400. 140 – 175. 0.07 – 0.40 R100 – 120. 0.004. M69. Polysulfone. 10.2. 15.4. 370. 345. 0.22. R120. 0.0076. MoS2–Filled. Nylon. 10.2. 10. 350. 140. 0.4. D785. 0.012. Reprinted with the permission of Plastic Design and Processing