Dry and solid film lubricants are finishes that provide excellent dry lubrication while serving as an accepted alternative to traditional lubrications and anti-seizing agents. When applied to ferrous and nonferrous metals, glass and rubber, dry film lubricants deliver exceptional protection against galling, fretting, seizing and corrosion. Due to their versatile application capabilities and numerous benefits, these unique finishes are used across many major industries.
At Advanced Coating Technologies, we offer many military and industrial finishes that set the standard for quality and reliability. We use our advanced automation systems and experienced operators to maintain the highest possible performance and productivity standards.
Through our dry and solid film lubricant coating services, we strive to prevent your industrial surfaces from galling and seizing, applying finishes directly to any two interacting faces to reduce friction. When you book services with us, we'll work to satisfy your specific application requirements, preparing you for any industrial operation.
Because the coating thickness of dry and solid film lubricants varies by application, our skilled staff will work with you directly to create a coating system that best serves your individualized needs. We'll evaluate your intended use and devise the most logical and effective coating thickness for your industrial parts.
Dry film lubricants have become a popular industrial finish choice because of their impressive corrosion-resistant properties. Due to its ability to prevent chemical reactions that cause tarnishing and deterioration, this powder coating minimizes buildup of dust, dirt and other harmful contaminants that can damage equipment.
Aside from corrosion protection, dry film lubricants have numerous additional benefits, including:
Because dry lubricants are efficient in extreme conditions and provide corrosion resistance that helps equipment last, these coatings have proven suitable for numerous industries, such as aerospace, electronic, automatic, medical and plastic molding fields. You can apply these high-performance lubricants to many parts and components, including:
You can optimize your industrial machines with dry and solid coatings from Advanced Coating Technologies. We've spent over 45 years pretreating coating components, such as stamped, machined, welded and forged parts, with powder coating technologies that reflect our quality and productivity standards.