Collection:Dry Lubricants

In dry weather conditions, dry lubricants work best since they are thin and waxy, which prevents dirt, sand, and dust from adhering to the lubricated parts. Dry lubricants can be classified into... Read more

Collection: Dry Lubricants

Dry Lubricants

In dry weather conditions, dry lubricants work best since they are thin and waxy, which prevents dirt, sand, and dust from adhering to the lubricated parts. Dry lubricants can be classified into powdery solid lubricants, ceraceous sliding films and solid-content bonded coatings.

It is vital to prepare the surface thoroughly with immersion, spraying, or painting before applying bonded coating. These provide a chemically stable, long lasting lubricant that is extremely resilient to high pressure loads, extreme temperatures, and is not soiled.