Today, manufacturers in various industries like electronics, aerospace, rubber, and automotive are addressing various critical issues like durability, performance at extreme high and low temperatures, etc. They mitigate these issues by employing specialized high performance materials and lubricants. The discussion on high performance materials, as well as lubricating items may take up new dimensions, due to innovative inventions in the recent years. In this post, we will concentrate on dry film lubrications and critical issues addressed by them.
5 Critical Issues Addressed by Dry Film Lubricants
Dry film lubricants are solid lubricants used over metal parts or plastic parts for improving their performance. The most popular solid film lubricants are Tungsten Disulphide (WS2), Molybdenum Disulfide (MOS2), hexagonal boron nitride, and graphite. These lubricants address the following issues:
Are you planning to switch from liquid lubricants to solid? After reading this post you will get an answer why you should do so. If you are planning to purchase them for your application or are already using them, you can consider an industry expert. Micro Surface Corporation is one such reliable supplier of engineered dry film lubricants in the US.
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