Discover Mol-C Dry Lubricants Products

Discover Mol-C Dry Lubricants

MOL-C is the general name of anti-friction coating products in the form of paint, consisting of inorganic or organic compounds, produced within the Nanografi. By forming a 5-20 micron thick film on the applied surface, it increases surface smoothness and reduces friction and wear. The structure of the coating also varies according to the temperature and loads to which the surface to be applied is exposed.

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Fighting with wear using nanotechnology

The dry coating is a powerful tool to obtain desirable coating solutions. Tungsten disulfide, molybdenum disulfide, graphite and PTFE are commonly combined with dry coating methods to achieve durable and self-lubricating coatings. Being a novel approach, the dry coating offers a wide variety of advantages thanks to the advanced technologies behind it. In comparison to the wet coating techniques, one of the most important advantages of dry coating are the reduced emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) which are harmful pollutants affecting the environment and human health.

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Advantages of Anti-Friction Coatings

MOL-C is the general name of anti-friction coating products in the form of paint, consisting of inorganic or organic compounds, produced within the Nanografi. By forming a 5-20 micron thick film on the applied surface, it increases surface smoothness and reduces friction and wear. The structure of the coating also varies according to the temperature and loads to which the surface to be applied is exposed.

Advantages of Anti-Friction Coatings:

• Reduction in friction and wear
• Can be used even in the harshest environments
• Lifetime lubrication without the use of oil and grease
• Suitable for all metals and plastics
• Excellent corrosion resistance
• Long shelf life
• Resistance to mineral oils and chemicals
• Decorative
• Reduces maintenance costs
• Hydrogen cracking inhibitor
• Renewable
• Thin coatings can be achieved
• Prevents wear caused by vibration
• Applies cleanly and no contamination

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Where to use?
Anti-friction coatings are used on parts where friction is intense and dry lubrication is required. Some of these parts are: Bolts, Hinges, Rivets, Bearings, Shafts, Pins and Keys, Pistons, Disc Springs, Ring bearing, Screws, Carrier Elements, Flanges.

MOL-C is the name of anti-friction coating products in the form of paint, consisting of inorganic or organic compounds, produced within the Nanografi. By forming a 5-20 micron thick film on the applied surface, it increases surface smoothness and reduces friction and wear. The structure of the coating also varies according to the temperature and loads to which the surface to be applied is exposed.

Reduced maintenance costs, machines and equipment downtime and operating limitations are achieved by reducing wear, friction and excessive heat generation on components.