Corrosion resistant coatings are engineered to protect industrial metals from early failure, due to corrosion induced degradation. In the previous post, we discussed various types of corrosion affecting metallic structural components. This post concentrates on different types of corrosion resistant coatings.
Different Types of Chemical Corrosion Protection Coatings
The following are some popular types of chemical corrosion protection coatings used across various industries: Halar® ECTFE: This is a melt-processable coating, which offers excellent barr...
Every machine or equipment is prone to friction in its operational life. Friction affects in two ways: it improves performance when applied in the right amount, and causes wear and tear when exceeds beyond acceptable limits. Friction between two parts increases in extreme environments comprising high temperature and pressure. There are certain lubricants that help reduce friction on machine parts, and maintain the optimum performance of machine parts in such environments. These lubricants are known as low friction coatings. Tungsten Disulfide is one such low friction coating, which helps reduce friction between moving parts, and contributes to better service life of the equipment.
As a dry film lubricant, tungsten disulfide is well-known for its use in automobile applications. Indeed, it has been proven that tungsten disulfide can drastically reduce fuel consumption and increase savings. Now another industry is reaping the benefits of this wonderful industrial product. Read on to learn more.
Welcome to Micro Surface Corporation—the most trusted source for dry film lubricants for industries worldwide. We are a leader in the application of Tungsten Disulfide (WS2) per Process SL-39 and Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2) in accordance with MIL-PRF-46010 and AS5272 and similar to AMS2526.