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Solid Lubricant Applications
Solid lubricants
Other solid lubricants

XEON INTERNATIONAL can also provide you with high quality and very stable dispersions of solid lubricants in different carriers as:

  • Refined mineral oil
  • PAO / HVI
  • Vegetale oils
  • Water
  • Alcohol (isopropanol, ethanol)
  • Acetone
  • ...
PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene)

PTFE metal powders processing techniquePTFE or 'polytetrafluoroethylene' has been invented in 1938 by DuPont de Nemours. It consists only of carbon and fluorine atoms and has unique properties within the polymers.. more

Boron Nitride

Boron nitride is a synthetic material, which although discovered in the early 19th century was not developed as a commercial material until the latter half of the 20th century. Boron and nitrogen are neighbours of carbon in the periodic table - in combination boron and nitrogen have the same number of outer shell electrons - the atomic radii of boron and nitrogen are similar to that of carbon.. more

Graphite

Graphite Marly Gold OilGraphite has a structure very close to the diamond and hence offers a strong resistance under high temperature and high load. The huge numbers of carbon atoms layers (almost 3000 per micron) are capable of sliding the one on the other.. more.

MoS2 - Molybdenum Disulfide

The molybdenum disulfide has a very low coefficient of friction and an excellent affinity with metals which adsorb it easily.
Its structure consists in layers of molybdenum atoms sandwiched between layers of sulfur atoms.. more

WS2 - Tungsten Disulfide

Tungsten Disulfide (WS2) is a dry/solid lubricant powder and is one of the most lubricious substances in world. WS2 offers excellent dry lubricity (CoF: 0.03) unmatched to any other substance, including Graphite or Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2).. more