Industrial lubricants can be seen as one of the main factors for increasing the lifespan of a component. They are used to protect machinery from excessive friction, reduce energy loss, and enhance a machine’s overall performance. There are various types of dry and synthetic lubricants being used in industries today. One of the most well-known lubricants is molybdenum disulfide.
Molybdenum disulfide is a dry, solid film lubricant. Also known as MoS2, it can be used in applications where there are extreme changes in temperature, with great weight loads and high speeds. It has the ability to maintain its basic structure and strength while reducing considerable friction within the machine. When combined with resins or binders, it has the capability to protect a component from corrosion.
Factors that add to the importance of Molybdenum Disulfide as an Industrial Lubricant
As a lubricant, Mos2 possesses various properties and qualities that makes it a first choice for industries:
The strength, durability, and flexibility of molybdenum disulfide makes it an important lubricant for industrial applications.
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