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Most of our engineered coatings offer some level of lubricating properties. These lubricants are functional combinations of Molybdenum Disulfide, Graphite, PTFE and other engineered materials. Originally designed as aerospace lubricants, these dry film lubricants are now used in a wide variety of applications
Definition - Lubrication is the introduction of a substance between the contact surfaces of moving parts to reduce friction and to dissipate heat. A lubricant may be oil, grease, graphite, or any substance-gas, liquid, semisolid, or solid-that permits free action of mechanical devices and prevents damage by abrasion and "seizing" of metal or other components through unequal expansion caused by heat. In machining, process lubrication also function as coolants to forestall heat-caused deformities.
Lubrication and Coatings - Most of our engineered coatings offer some level of lubricating properties. These lubricants are functional combinations of Molybdenum Disulfide, Graphite, PTFE and other engineered materials. Originally designed as aerospace lubricants, these dry film lubricants are now used in a wide variety of applications.
Solid film lubricants are films of resin, which bind lubricating powders such as MoS2 (molybdenum disulfide), graphite or fluorocarbon to a surface. Solid film lubricants provide lubrication in many situations where oils and greases are ineffective.
Environments for Lubrication
High and Low Temperatures
Our engineered coatings lubricate effectively over a wide temperature range - from -395° to over 2000°F. When operating temperatures exceed the range of fluid lubrication, solid film coatings should be used.
High and Low Loads
We offer engineered coatings that lubricate effectively while withstanding loads in excess of 250,000 psi, and they typically exhibit a lower coefficient of friction as load is increased. We also offer products that are very effective with extremely light loads.
Dry and Wet Environments
We offer engineered coatings that lubricate effectively in wet environments such as offshore drilling or in very humid locations. We also offer products that lubricate effectively in extremely dry environments such as desert climates.
Radiation and Vacuum
We offer engineered coatings that lubricate effectively in a high vacuum, as well as maintaining their lubrication ability in an environment exposed to radiation.
Low VOC Coatings
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Everlube Products is a pioneer and leader in solid film lubricant technology.
Market : Our market section provides information on coatings that service the aerospace, military, semiconductor, medical, mechanical components, industrial machinery, fabricated metal, automotive, Fasteners, Chemical Processing,, Elastomeric Parts, and Electronics markets. In these markets, we have a vast number of OEM specifications. Please see our specification section for listings by specific company and/or specification number.
Product Type : In our product type section, we offer a search by PTFE Coatings, MoS2 Coatings, protective coatings, air dry solid film lubricants, water based coatings, Mil spec and aerospace approved coatings, Graphite Coatings, Tungsten Disulfide Coatings, Process Lubricants/MRO, and Electronic Control.
Brand Family : For customers familiar with our product brand names, we have provided a section that includes many of our major product brands and allows for searching by product name. Some of our leading product brands included in this section are Everlube®, Lube-Lok®, Lubri-Bond®, Ecoalube®, Ever-Slik®, Esnalube™, Perma-Slik®, Kal-Gard®, Electrobond®, Formkote®, Henco-Mask™, Electrolube, Evershield, Henco-Phos, Insul-Cote, No-Swab and X-Coat
Many design engineering problemsare solved through the use of engineered coating technologies. In many of these applications, our products provide performance enhancements when dealing with problems associated with corrosion, wear, galling, seizing, thermal stability, friction and chemical resistance. Many of our engineered coatings are used whenever conventional wet lubricants cannot or should not be used.