Precise Industrial Coatings Dry Film Lubricant Coatings start out as a high performance paint-like material consisting of fine particles of lubricants such as PTFE, Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2) and/or Graphite along with a binder, pigment and other additives.
Upon application and curing, the liquids are driven off and the lubricant bonds to the surface of the part to form a solid film. This bonded film can be designed to meet your specific requirements in the fields of; Lubrication, Corrosion Protection, Extended Component Life, Extreme Temperature, prevent galling and Color Identification.
Precise Industrial Coatings Film Lubricant Coatings are .0002″-.0006″. They exhibit a coefficient of friction of 0.02-0.10 (Static) and can operate under loads up to 250,000 psi. These numbers will vary by the coating of choice and the substrate to which they are applied.
Precise Industrial Coatings formulations have been developed to allow these coatings to be applied to a variety of substrates including but not limited to:
– Steel – Aluminum – Brass – Copper – Nickel
– Zinc – Chromium – Stainless – Glass – Rubber – Plastic and Wood.
Dry film coatings are often applied for color coding parts for easy identification.
Dry film coatings immensely enhance the ability to differentiate between similar parts or to verify existence of a part that would be hard to distinguish either by a person or automated visual equipment.
With over 20 years experience in the application of these high performance coatings Precise Industrial Coatings Services can guide you in the proper coating selection.