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Neolube No. 1260 Safety

Neolube No. 1260 Safety

The proper use of the injectable sealant Neolube No. 1260 is important to note when making use of this product in your nuclear factory. The following recommendations will help to ensure the proper handling and usage of this product. Proper hygiene procedures must be...
Conductive Lubricants

Conductive Lubricants

There are several industrial applications in which conductive lubricants are necessary. These specialized lubricants can serve one of two purposes: either to ensure that an electrical circuit remains closed and functional while protecting the two metal parts in...
Lubrication theory: the key to lubricant selection

Lubrication theory: the key to lubricant selection

In specialized operations such as nuclear reactors, it takes the careful application of lubrication theory to choose the right lubricant for the job. In situations with less extreme temperature and pressure conditions, making a selection based on trial and error is...
Choosing a high-temperature lubricant

Choosing a high-temperature lubricant

In choosing a high-temperature lubricant for use in the extreme conditions of a nuclear reactor, three properties need to be considered: viscosity, thermal degradation, and oxidation. For nuclear applications, you need a lubricant that maintains the same consistency...
Molybdenum disulfide dry film lubricant

Molybdenum disulfide dry film lubricant

Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), often referred to as moly, is widely used as a dry film lubricant in a variety of military, aeronautic and nuclear applications. Robust and stable at high temperatures and pressures, and extremely resistant to oxidation, MoS2 complies with...
WHOLESALE RATES

WHOLESALE RATES