Dry lubricants – the alternative for special application cases

Dry lubricants can be classified into solid lubricants in powder form, ceraceous sliding films and in bonded coatings containing solids.

Dry lubricants offer a unique solution for reducing friction and wear in various applications without the need for liquid lubricants. Composed of solid lubricating substances such as graphite, molybdenum disulfide, or PTFE, these coatings adhere to surfaces to provide long-lasting lubrication even in high-temperature or high-pressure environments.

Dry lubricants offer advantages such as reduced maintenance, improved performance, and compatibility with materials where liquid lubricants may not be suitable. With their ability to minimize friction and prevent surface damage, dry lubricants are widely used in industries ranging from automotive and aerospace to manufacturing and electronics.