Dry-Film LubricantsNovember 1, 2007
Acheson, Port Huron, MI, has published a new selector guide with information about its line of dry-film lubricants. Acheson’s resin-bonded dry-film coatings contain specially processed PTFE, MoS2 (sub) or graphites that provide clean, dry lifetime lubrication with reduced friction, controlled torque, antiseize capability, chemical and corrosion resistance, and extreme durability.
The guide includes a selection chart that details 12 lubricants, with information about pigment, resin, carrier, color, COF (static), cure or drying schedule, and primary uses.
Acheson: 810/984-5581; www.achesonindustries.com
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See also: Henkel Corp.
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