This is a low-friction coating which exhibits long wear life when operated at -3200F to +5000F under loads exceeding 100,000 psi.
Excellent Corrosion Protection – excellent for lubricating parts operated in corrosive atmospheres
Chemical Resistance – excellent for lubricating parts; where "clean operation" is desired (Dry Film Lubricant will not collect dirt and debris like grease and oils),
Long Wear Life – excellent for parts where fretting and galling is a problem (such as splines, universal joints, and keyed bearings)
Lubrication – parts which are seldom lubricated once they leave the factory and where permanent lubrication is desired, where operating pressures exceed the load-bearing capacities of ordinary oils and greases, , where a protective coating and sacrificial break-in lubricant is needed, where easy release is desired (such as fasteners and PVC moulds), where parts may be subjected to frequent disassembly
This finish prevents corrosion, galling, seizing, and fretting. It is a low-friction coating which exhibits long wear life when operated at -3200F to +5000F under loads exceeding 100,000 psi. This finish should be applied where maximum wear life and corrosion protection from a dry film lubricant are required. Once material has been finished, it is virtually unaffected by atmospheric and fretting corrosion, solvents, acids, oils, degreasers, and is not softened again at elevated temperatures.
Meets SAE SPEC AS5272C Type II formerly MIL-L-46010D TYPE II
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