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  • About Cobra Solid Lubricant (CSL)
    CSL (Cobra Solid Lubricants) is graphite based solid lubricant specifically designed for ball and roller bearings. It is a mixture of graphite and binders that is prepared in such a way as to allow the mixture to be injected into the clean bearing and then thermally cured to harden the mixture
  • Gateshead Millennium Bridge: Main Pivots
    The first bridge to pivot on four self-aligning bearings, the Gateshead Millennium Bridge has both a fixed and a floating bearing found on either side of the river. DB TM maintenance-free bearings in bronze with graphite lubricant plugs and split stainless steel housings were manufactured
  • Surface Enhanced Flake Graphite and its Utility as a Functional Extender for Molybdenum Disulfide (.pdf)
    . Friction and wear performance were evaluated using ASTM D2266 and D2596. Graphite and molybdenum disulfide concentrations were varied at 0%, 2.5%, and 5% of each component. Total solid lubricant phase was maintained at 5% except in the neat grease. The data showed that grease with added solid
  • How to Select the Best Product for your Application
    All Cobra Solid Lubricant products are formulated from a graphite base (or MoS2 in the case of our vacuum products) and binders along with other ingredients to form a paste like mixture which is injected into specially prepared bearings. The mixture is thermally cured and proprietary processes
  • Lubrication and Coatings
    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
  • Talk About Speed and Life
    (remember graphite is an excellent lubricant) allows the bearing to have very little drag and to spin very free. And since the CSL has such a very broad range of useful temperature, the bearing will spin free from extremely cold temperatures to very high temperatures.
  • Bearings take the heat
    and oil lubricants aren't an option. Graphite-metal alloy bearings, in contrast, can operate dry for over 50 hr in some cases until fluid is reintroduced. Agrease-filled ball bearing on an oven-door latch seizes and keeps the door from latching. It turns out the +550 F oven temperatures over time
  • Lube-for-life journal bearings
    to the pin/bearing interface; scrubbing using a graphite or MoS Sintered bearings disperse a liquid lubricant such as oil, grease, or silicone fluids trapped in the bearing wall. The lubricant eventually runs dry and must be replenished from an external source. Scrubbing mechanisms also rely

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