Heat-curing anti-friction coating filled with molybdenum disulfide and graphite, higher load capacity due to resin selection.
For metal/metal joints with slow to moderately fast movements and medium to heavy loads. Suitable for heavily loaded sliding areas with low sliding speeds, oscillating movements or intermittent work. For permanent lubrication at high temperatures and where oils and greases cannot be used. Used successfully on piston rings and tappets of combustion engines, magnetic armatures of vehicle starters, elements of bonnet locks.
Gears, gearboxes and pumps
Vibration isolation from noise
Sliding bearings, bushings and bushings
Power screw drives
Guides and sliding tracks
Threaded connections fasteners
Excellent lubrication combined with anti-corrosion properties
High load capacity
High wear resistance
High temperature resistance
Resistant to oils, greases, solvents
Avoid fretting corrosion
Good chemical resistance
Good corrosion protection
Good fretting protection
Performance at low temperatures
Organic binder, solids, solvent
Curing temperature (C)
Low Temperature (C)
high temperature (C)
Carefully clean and degrease the surface to be covered with the Anti-Slip Coating.
Recommended pre-treatments: phosphating or sandblasting (180 grit); both pre-treatments enhance the durability and life of the Coating.
How to apply
Stir the Anti-Corrosion Coating thoroughly before and during use, apply by spraying (3 to 5 bar [45 to 75 psi] air pressure), dipping, spinning or brushing. The surfaces should be covered as evenly as possible.
Recommended dry film thickness: 3 to 20 μm.
The product applied in this way should be cured at a temperature of 150-220°C.
When applied to a 10 μm dry film, the thickness of Molykote ® D-7409 Anti-friction Coating has an average coverage of 16 m2 / kg (this value does not take into account the losses generated during the application process).
The recommended thinner is Molykote® 7415.
Typical curing conditions are: 30 minutes at 220°C