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Dry Film Lubrication

Dry film lubrication is a process whereby high performance coatings consisting of fine particles of lubricating agents are blended with special binders and additives. Once cured, these lubricating agents bond to the surface of the part as a solid film. It lowers friction, reduces seizing/galling and protects against corrosion. Dry film lubrication significantly increases the wear life of coated parts and is less susceptible to accumulating minute dust and/or soil particles. In addition, the process produces a coating, which in some cases, is self-burnishing leading to improved performance over time.

Types of Lubricant:

  • Graphite
  • MOS 2
  • Tungsten Dry Sulfide IDE
  • PTFE

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