DME Company Datasheets for Industrial Lubricants
Industrial lubricants are oils, fluids, greases and other compounds designed to reduce friction, binding or wear and exclude moisture. Specialized characteristics may enhance thermal conduction across thermal interfaces or reduce electrical resistivity across electrical joints.
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|Heavy Duty Sealant and Lubricant Brushable paste dries slowly, non-hardening Withstands up to 3000 PSI on gases at temps from -50˚F to +500˚F Use on water, steam, natural and LP...|
|Displaces Moisture WD-40 is formulated for ultra-high surface attraction to metal. It completely covers surfaces, including microscopic irregularities, even in the presence of moisture. WD-40 is a non-conductor of electricity...|
|When polishing with Diamond Compound, stock removal may cause the compound to thicken. Thinner Lubricator is recommended to prevent this thickening and assure proper lubrication of the diamond particles. It...|
|Wide Temperature Range Grease Colorless. Odorless. Non-toxic. FDA dielectric. Contains PTFE. Will not freeze, melt, gum up. Compatible with other lubricants. No silicones. Will not wash out. USDA listed H...|