lubricity


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lubricity

[lü′bris·əd·ē]
(materials)
The ability of a material to lubricate.
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Special functional silicone fluids and emulsions reportedly give unique lubricity and multiple release effects, or allow easier paintability.
This article discusses the processing and characterization of PEO blown films, the lubricity of PEO-polycaprolactone (PCL)-polyethylene (PE) surfaces, the time-release properties of glycerin from PEO and PEO blends, and aerobic degradation profiles of PEO.
The company's water-based rubber lubricant will provide lubricity, stick/slip and antistick properties in one product.
Product provides an exceptional balance between internal and external lubricity, as well as release properties.
ISP and United Guardian deliver remarkable moisturization, thickening and lubricity through the Lubrajel[R] family of products.
This new series combines lubricity, biostability, low misting, and low foaming to provide outstanding cleanliness and bimetallic corrosion control for parts, individual machines, and central plant systems.
PEEK tubing with a service temperature of up to 482 F has been available to replace stainless steel for weight reduction, chemical resistance, and lubricity. But Zeus Inc.
CIMSTAR 3800 family of metalworking fluids delivers superior performance for moderate- to heavy-duty machining and grinding applications due to superior lubricity, excellent bio-stability, low misting, and low-foaming characteristics.
PEEK[TM] polymer is a high-performance thermoplastic that offers an inherent lubricity and the ability to withstand repeated sterilizations.
Small-bead molding requires different surface treatment of beads for greater lubricity to fill thinner cavities.
The product is said to have proven to provide excellent lubricity, a low coefficient of friction and superior slip/stick properties.
Acetal, PBT, and nylon, the most common choices, create gear sets having good fatigue and wear resistance, lubricity, rigidity for high tangential forces, and toughness in shock-loaded situations such as in reciprocating motors.