How Drislide Works

Posted by Norm Musgrove on February 08, 2013 (0 Comments)


Drislide Multi-Purpose Lubricants are a very thin liquid, made up of mostly mineral spirits as the carrier for molybdenum Disulfide (Moly). 

The Moly settles at the bottom of the container and needs agitated or shaken up, before you apply the drislide. Once the moly is agitated and now suspended in the mineral spirits, the mineral spirits carries the moly across the application (metal service). The mineral spirits will evaporate in 10-15 minutes, leaving behind a nice thin layer of dry moly film, that has bonded to the metal service and will stay there to lubricant longer then other lubricants. And the best part about the drislide is that it will not collect dust, dirt or other airborne particles, and it repels moisture. 

Once applied and the mineral spirits evaporate, the moly film withstand 100,000 psi and a temperature range of -20°F up to 1000°F.

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