Recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the solid with the lowest COF in the world, this space-age, dry-film lubricant solves critical problems of wear, galling and fretting on steel, stainless steel and copper alloys at high and low temperature extremes, even under heavy loads. The coating consists of a matrix of metallic layers, and becomes a permanent, integral part of the base metal.
Ideal for magnesium alloys, Magnadize is a proprietary coating that uses supplementary polymers or dry film lubricants for wear protection and outgassing prevention. The coating provides degrees of corrosion resistance, lubricity and friction for the application and magnesium alloy being used.
This datasheet describes Magnaplate HMF, a proprietary, multi-step coating process that creates an extremely hard, mirror-smooth, highly reflective microfinish on the surface of ferrous metal, copper or aluminum alloy components. It effectively ensures against galling and seizing.
Most polymeric or dry lubricant coating systems have a limitation in regards to temperature, since they can only function within the 500°F to 600°F range. In addition, polymers and dry lubricants are not always conducive to environments where particulate generation is undesirable. For these applications, General Magnaplate developed Nedox PF.
Plasmadize® is an enhanced thermal spray composite coating that protects and restores metal parts and has increased lubricity and better mold release than conventional spray methods. An infused matrix of metals, ceramics, polymers and dry lubricants create a structural integrity and non-porous, moisture-proof surface.