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Lubricants -> Solid Lubricants -> Inorganic Lubricants

Inorganic Lubricants

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Chain Lubricant offers high temperature performance.

McLube Div., McGee Industries, Inc.    Aston, PA 19014
Jan 17, 2013 Designed for use at high temperatures for extended periods of time, MAC-1122 synthetic-based lubricant with graphite will not evaporate rapidly, decompose, or oxidize like conventional lubricants. Product offers thermal stability and low volatility with no carbon or varnish buildup. Typical applications include heat treatment ovens, bearings and sliding surfaces that contain liquid lubricant, and hard-to-reach areas that are difficult to lubricate with grease.

Mechanical Materials withstand temperatures to 700°F.

Mechanical Materials withstand temperatures to 700°F.

Metallized Carbon Corp.    Ossining, NY 10562
Mar 25, 2008 Consisting of carbon/graphite Antimony impregnated materials, Metcar grades M-343 and M-346 operate in difficult environments where oil and grease lubrication cannot be used due to temperature limitations. Products are designed for medium to high loads and are suited for bearings and thrust washers in both dry and submerged environments. Offering lubricating qualities and wear resistance, materials are completely homogenous and provide continuous lubrication.

Aerosol Lubricant helps keep products clean.

Interflon    Roosendaal 4047 RK  Netherlands
Jul 27, 2007 Suited for conveyors and slide ways, Interflon Slide Wax sets up clean, non-greasy lubrication film that enables goods to be conveyed with minimized resistance and force. Product is formulated with TeflonŽ and other resins for lubricity and adhesion as well as low friction. Packaged in 500 ml aerosol, lubricant is NSF certified for use in food processing areas. It clings to horizontal and vertical ways, eliminates stick-slip, and resists wash-off, dirt, dust, and abrasives.

Forging Lubricant withstands ultra-high temperatures.

Dylon Industries, Inc.    Cleveland, OH 44144
Apr 26, 2006 Designed to forge warm or hot ferrous, super alloy, and powder metal parts, Dyforge 880 can wet dies with temperatures from 150-1,300°F. Water-based colloidal formula contains micro-fine graphite and binder additive package. It provides stability in both concentrated and diluted versions, and can be spray applied to dies for uniform coating and control of metal movement.

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