Dry film lubricants can penetrate and bond metal, paper […]
Dry film lubricants can penetrate and bond metal, paper, wood, rubber, plastic, glass or other surfaces that require lubrication to form a non-stick lubricant film to prevent direct contact with the friction surface, thereby reducing friction. Its thermal and chemical stability is outstanding. When applied to an electronic device, an insulating layer can be naturally formed. For some mechanical parts that use oil and other lubricants, which cause fouling, chemical changes, and viscosity changes, which are not normally lubricated, dry film lubricants are most suitable.
Operating from -40℃ to 260℃, it is compatible with many other lubricants. It can be safely used in sliding, rotating, moving parts and metal collisions to penetrate and lubricate precision machinery and equipment and extend their service life.
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) gives the lubricant some excellent properties: excellent abrasion resistance, water resistance, acid and alkali repellency, and high temperature resistance up to 380℃. In addition, under high temperature conditions, even if the base oil is gradually dried, the polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) particles still act as a lubricant and continue to protect the various components from wear. The experiment proves that only the grease bearing with polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) has the longest operating life at temperatures above 200℃. It can be applied to any area you want to lubricate, especially for greases, where lubricants are inconvenient to use, or where grease does not stabilize.