Alseal®, Redilube®, Siloxseal® and Sunlube® coatings dry to provide a film that yields low-friction surfaces for metal-to-metal applications. Formulations are available to withstand operating temperatures up to 1600°F (871°C) while still resisting fretting and galling. Other formulations offer PTFE or wax additives to help provide high levels of release and/or low friction.
A water-based polyurethane dispersion containing PTFE. Offers a high level of slip-and-release coupled with a room-temperature cure. Maximum service temperatures of 250°F (121°C).
Alseal 360 and Alseal 370 Cr-FREE
MoS2 and/or graphite in ceramic binder.
PTFE in a ceramic binder.
A one-component, self-priming ceramic coating that contains particulate molybdenum disulfide. Stable up to 800oF (427oC). Self-priming, so it can also be used alone as a lubricant or release agent.
Water-based one-component phenolic with molybdenum disulfide for improved slip, galling, and fretting at temperatures up to 400°F (204°C) continuous, peaking to 600°F (316°C). Has excellent adhesion to most metals combined with high chemical resistance.
Water-based one-component phenolic with particulate PTFE for improved slip and release at temperatures up to 400°F (204°C) continuous, peaking to 600°F (316°C). Has excellent adhesion to most metals combined with high chemical resistance.
Water-based one-component urethane modified phenolic with particulate PTFE for improved slip and release at temperatures up to 350°F (177°C) continuous, peaking to 500°F (260°C). Has excellent adhesion to most metals and improved flexibility over conventional phenolics.
Siloxseal 210 & Siloxseal 225 Cr-FREE
Graphite or MoS2 in a silicone binder stable to 500°F (260°C).
A single component non-toxic, soft dry film lubricant consisting of a wax emulsion and wetting agents for use on metal and rubber surfaces.
Water-based single-component urethane incorporating a wax dispersion to improve slip and release properties. Economical alternative to PTFE coatings where chemical resistance and the ultimate in slip or release is not necessary.