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Whitford Xylan® coatings suited for Dry-Film Lubrication needs.

 

Typical Application Product Code Description
Any mating surfaces that need dry lubrication in high speed and/or low pressure environments such as rotary actuators, carburetors, bearings, seat belt clips, garden tools, and actuators. 1010 Resin-bonded, thermosetting, PTFE based, dry-film lubricant / easy-clean coating designed for conventional spray techniques. It is used to reduce friction, prevent scoring and galling, or provide secondary lubrication in the event of failure of the primary (conventional) lubricant.
Applications to prevent wear of mating surfaces under extreme loads such as bearings, sealing rings, and valve springs. 1052 Resin-bonded, thermosetting, dry-film lubricant designed for conventional spray techniques. It is formulated for high-pressure, low-speed wear applications and provides long-term lubrication for bearing surfaces subjected to extreme pressures, up to 150,000 psi (10,500 kg/cm2). The coating utilizes a unique dual lubrication system of PTFE and MoS2 and is superior to “moly” greases which wash away and PTFE coatings which “cold flow.” Resin-bonded lubricants in Xylan 1052 stay on the job, even in harsh chemical environments.
Use for anti-galling of titanium valve parts or connectors. 1053 PTFE MoS2 blend.
Dry film lubrication over a wide range of pressures and speeds; air conditioner compressor swash plates. 1054 Resin-bonded, thermosetting, dry-film lubricant designed for conventional spray techniques. It utilizes PTFE, MoS2 and graphite as the lubricants. Designed for long-term lubrication and wear applications over broad conditions of pressure and speed.
Applications demanding high lubrication and heavy wear, i.e., lab equipment. 1088 As 1010 but with internal reinforcement to give longer life performance and improved wear resistance.
Dry film lubricant for chemical processing equipment. 1331 This resin-bonded coating which is virtually unaffected by any solvent to 205°C [400°F] contains a high percentage of PTFE and is recommended for use when a highly lubricious nonstick surface is desired. It is intended for application by conventional spray techniques.
Any mating surfaces that need dry lubrication; rotary actuators; carburetors; bearings; seat belt clips; actuators. 1421 This VOC compliant, resin-bonded, PTFE based coating may be used on any component to reduce friction, prevent scoring and galling, or provide secondary lubrication in the event of failure of the primary (conventional) lubricant. This coating also provides a degree of chemical resistance. It is intended for application by conventional spray techniques. Note: VOC compliance applies to USA only
Any mating surface which requires lubrication; hinge pins; piston casings; compressors; threaded fasteners. 1424 This VOC compliant, resin-bonded, PTFE based coating is primarily formulated for use on fasteners to prevent corrosion and facilitate make-up torque. It is intended for application by conventional spray techniques. Note: VOC compliance applies to USA only.
Extreme pressure, low speed applications; blow out preventors. 1425 A VOC-compliant coating, which is designed for application by conventional spray techniques, providing long-term lubrication for bearing surfaces subjected to extreme pressures: up to 150,000 psi (10,500 kg/cm2). The coating uses a unique dual lubrication system of PTFE and MoS2. Superior to “moly” greases which wash away and PTFE coatings which may have the potential to “cold flow”, resin-bonded lubricants in Xylan 1425 stay on the job, even in harsh chemical environments. Note: VOC compliance applies to USA only
Threaded fasteners; dip spin parts; small components; screws. 5110 Resin-bonded, thermosetting, PTFE based, dry-film lubricant coating designed for a dip spin technique. It is used to reduce friction.
Food chutes; sweet molds; circular knife blades. 8110 Resin-bonded, thermosetting, dry-film lubricant / easy-clean coating designed for conventional spray techniques.

 

 

Whitford Resilon® coatings suited for Dry-Film Lubrication needs.

Typical Application Product Code Description
Rubber extrusion; O- rings; rubber gaskets; rubber mouldings. 2020 Single component material that gives a matte black smooth appearance.
Rubber extrusion; O- rings; rubber gaskets; rubber mouldings; plastic parts. 2420 Low temperature cure, single component material that gives a matt black smooth appearance.

 

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