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Dry Moly Spray Lubricant Aerosol

Key Features

  • Excellent extreme pressure lubricant
  • Contains concentrated Molybdenum Disulphide (MoS2)
  • Prevents galling, seizing and sticking; reduces friction and wear
  • Provides a tough, durable, resin-bonded dry film coating
  • Ideal for use in harsh, corrosive, dusty and ‘challenging’ environments

Product Size

Code Size
1987 500ml Aerosol
Technical Info

DM-90 Dry moly spray is a solid dry film lubricant composed of Molybdenum Disulphide MoS2. Molybdenum Disulphide has a low coefficient of friction and is effective in forming a low friction surface which is resistance to corrosion. The DM-90 formulation has a very high content of Molybdenum disulfide. DM-90 is ideal for use on surfaces that are not suitable for liquid, wet, and or damp lubrication. DM-90 Dry moly spray is resin bonded to withstand high loads, pressure, and temperature. DM-90 does not attract dirt and dust as it dries to a non oily, non sticky finish. Dry moly Spray is black in colour. DM-90 is ideal for use in machine shops, mills, mining, construction, transportation industry, Refineries, industrial gaskets, bearings, printing and other locations where a wet lubricant is not acceptable and where heat is present such as cams and gears. DM-90 is quick drying. Prevents fretting, scuffing, galling, seizing, and corrosion. Use as a dry film lubricant on sliding surfaces gears, bearings and as an anti-galling lubricant on precision threaded components. DM-90 is formulated to dry quickly and still give excellent resistance to seizing. Temperature range -50°C to +450°C. DM-90 withstands alkalis, oils and most acids. The DM-90 dried film can be polished to give a clean, super hard, non slip surface coating suitable for chutes and tracks in workshops and factories.

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