AMBERSIL 31576 400ml Dry Molybdenum Disulphide Lubricant

€15.10 Ex. VAT

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K12063 400ml 31576 €15.10
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Ambersil 31576 400ml Dry Molybdenum Disulphide Lubricant

 

Ambersil Dry Moly is a resin bonded, high-pressure resistant, dry film lubricant containing Molybdenum Disulphide for metal-to-metal lubrication where a wet film cannot be tolerated. Once applied, the MoS2 lubricant prevents seizing, fretting, scuffing and reduces friction. The thin film also helps prevent corrosion and repels water.

Features:
  • Tough and long-lasting resin bonded lubricant
  • Use for the assembly and running-in of components
  • Use as running in treatment on rolling and sliding bearings
  • Particularly effective where high load bearing surface to surface contact is present
  • Resin bonded, high-pressure resistant, dry film lubricant containing Molybdenum Disulphide
  • For use in high load applications where other lubricants would fail, but a dry film is still required
  • Apply to threaded and close tolerance components to prevent seizing and aide assembly and disassembly
  • Multiple applications (re-coating) provides enhanced performance, with the final coat benefiting from light polishing to further improve slip
Applications:
  • Assembly of screws and seals
  • Lubrication of guides and joints
  • Lubrication of open gears
  • For use where a wet-film lubricant is undesirable
  • Bearing lubrication for wheel bearings and kiln carts
  • Surface treatment of rolling and sliding bearings to improve running-in
  • Mounting of longitudinal press fits (e.g. bolts and bearing seats)
Specifications:
  • Volume: 400 ml
  • Operational Temperature Range: -150 to 400 degree Celsius
  • Appearance: Thin, Opaque Black Film
  • Odour: Ketone Solvent
  • Molybdenum Disulphide Content (Dry Film): 80 percent
  • Specific Gravity (at 20 degree Celsius): 0.620
  • Pressure (at 25 degree Celsius): 4 bar
  • Discharge Rate: 1.1 g/second

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