lubricity


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lubricity

[lü′bris·əd·ē]
(materials)
The ability of a material to lubricate.
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Additionally, the inherent lubricity of chrome reduces its bond to the polymer, making it easier to remove.
Hydrophilic coatings are often applied to these polymer components to reduce friction and avoid tissue trauma, yet they add additional manufacturing steps and may provide more lubricity than necessary.
HydroSleek coatings have overcome the trade off between lubricity and durability seen in cross-linked coatings, the company said.
General purpose Multan 71-2 is multifunctional, and because of its high lubricity is suitable for all types of machining, including grinding.
POLY PLUS: A liquid polymer designed to provide cuttings encapsulation, shale stabilization, boost mud viscosity and improve overall mud lubricity.
However, these oils lack sufficient lubricity, and could result in troubles, including abnormal friction and operational defects, to crucial parts of engines, such as fuel-supply pumps and fuel-injection pumps, so NYK Group developed an additive to improve the lubricity of low-sulfur marine gas oils to ensure safe vessel operations as well as to preserve the environment.
Designed to measure hair, the Aqualon SLT stiffness and lubricity tester is now available from Ashland Aqualon Functional Ingredients, a commercial unit of Ashland Inc.
Milacron's newest HFP line of fluids is designed to produce less foam and result in better lubricity, and is suited for use in high-volume and high-fluid pressure applications.
Code Blue improves lubricity and provides extreme pressure, anti-weld performance, and anti-oxidation protection without tank-side additives.
Canola oil's lubricity and other superior qualities make it a premium source for biodiesel production.