Water, dust, aggressive agents, pH level
Engineered with long fibres and unctuous agents, the hydrophobic lubricant resists a highly damp atmosphere in the presence of seawater or recycled industrial water.
These characteristics of adherence and lubricity also ensure excellent protection against corrosion, even within the scope of aggressive water (phenol, formaldehyde, ammonia, etc.).
In the presence of dust, an unsuitable lubricant will be counter-productive, as it will be abrasive (abrasive paste phenomenon). To prevent this, the properties of capillarity (penetration into the very core of joints), cleaning and protection, will be paramount. What are called “dry” lubricants provide an innovative solution in this case.
Aggressive agents (solvents, radiation, pH levels, etc.) require special lubricants that will resist the most difficult conditions.
These constraints can be found with regard to insulation (glass wool, rock wool, plaster blocks, PE), wood (sawing, wood panels, PE), chemicals, cement works, etc.