Dry Film Lubricant

Dry film lubricants are paint-like coatings incorporating very fine particles of lubricating pigment blended with a binder and other additives. The lubricant is applied to a substrate by spray, dip or brush methods. Once cured, the dry film creates a solid film which repels water, reduces friction, reduces galling, and increases the wear life of the substrate to which it has been applied.

Standard Specifications
MIL-PRF-46010
RoHS, REACH, ELV & WEEE Compliant

Performance Benefits
Corrosion Resistance
Wear Resistance
Lubricity

Receptive Metals
Aluminum Alloy
Aluminum Casting
Stainless Steel
Steel
Brass
Bronze
Copper

Specifications

Performance :
Lubricity, Corrosion Resistance
Material Type:
Aluminum Alloy, Stainless Steel, Aluminum Casting, Steel, Brass, Copper, Bronze
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Dry Film Lubricant

Dry Film Lubricants are paint like coatings of very fine particles of lubricating pigment blended with a binder and additives.