Lubricant Aerosols & Sprays

Lubricant aerosols offer a convenient and neat package of the 'product' and 'means of application' in a simple to use and efficient package.

Lubricants such as oils and greases are combined  with a solvent/carrier solution and a propellant in a formulation that allows the material to atomise and be applied in a thin layer. Once applied the carrier will evaporate allowing the grease or oil to be left behind to lubricate the components.

Dry film lubricant coatings formulated into aerosols are essentially like a 'lubricating paint' and are applied in a similar way to the surface requiring a change in it's frictional properties and lubricity.

Solid lubricants such as PTFE, Graphite, Molybdenum di-sulphide (Moly), boron nitride (ceramic) and many other materials are used depending on the application requirements, frictional properties, loads and speeds of operation.

Alternatively these lubricants can be applied using pump spray containers, trigger sprays and atomisers or otherwise by using air powered spray guns and dispensers to accurately 'dose' the materials where required.

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