Bearings & Gears

The sub-micron structure (0.5 micron) is completely uniform with virtually no dimensional change and is an excellent lubricity coating for tight tolerance components such as gear teeth, bearing races, cages and balls. The lamellar crystal structure improves wear characteristics, prevents spalling, reduces friction and noise and is compatible will fluid lubrication. It can be applied to all ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

• Modified tungsten disulfide (WS2) compound
• Only 0.5 micron (0.000020″) buildup, uniform dry film coating
• Molecular bonding
• Will not crack or peel from metal surface
• Applied at room temperature
• Retains surface finish and original dimensions
• Can be applied to almost all substrates
• Lubricates in a wide temperature range, -350° to +1000° F (-188° to +538° C)

• Provides the lowest co-efficient of friction (0.030 dynamics)
• Anti-Galling & Anti-Seizing eliminates “Stick-Slip”
• Compatible with other lubricants
• Reduces noise
• Environmentally friendly, inert and non-toxic