In the previous post, we discussed the steps to apply molybdenum disulfide using the burnishing, and vapor deposition methods. In this post, we will describe the steps of the next two molybdenum disulfide coating processes. These are the methods most commonly used in industrial applications.
Additional MoS2 Coating Methods
The first method describes how the MoS2 coating can be applied by high speed impingement. The second method discusses combining the coating with a paint-like substance.
A user can choose the relevant molybdenum disulfide coating process, depending on the industry and application. The use of the lubricant can help create durable components, which can enhance the strength and performance of various machines.
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