Dry Lubricant Film

Dry Lubricant Film

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A Permanent Dry Lubricant Film Penetrates And Bonds With The Metal Surface

Microscopic fractured resin particles are impregnated into the metal pores and become an integral part of the metal surfaces they protect. These particles actually mechanically lock into the matrix of the metal asperities and coat the surface. The resulting dry film lubricant is resistant to chemicals and capable of withstanding temperatures far in excess of normal engine operation. The Microlon film has one of the lowest coefficients of friction of any material known to man, yet it is chemically inert and will not burn out, gum up or adversely effect anything in your engine.

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