Lubrication

Dryfilm - Micro Blasting - Tumbling

Dryfilm - Micro Blasting - Tumbling
8/1/2008

Dry Film Lubricant Coatings start out as a high performance paint-like material consisting of fine particles of lubricating pigment such as Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2), PTFE and Graphite along with solvent, a binder, and other additives to add corrosion protection. Upon application and curing, the solvents are driven off and the lubricant bonds to the surface of the part to form a solid film. This bonded film greatly reduces the coefficient of friction of the surface and increases wear life.

Tags: Dry Film, Lubrication, Micro Blasting