Xylan PTFE Coating for Nut Bolts
Polymech Engineering is a leading manufacturer, supplier and exporter of a wide range of Xylan PTFE Coating for Nut Bolts in the industry. It significantly reduces the amount of makeup torque lost to friction by removing much of the uncertainty from predicting clamp loads. Also, it eliminates the problem of galling which occurs with metals such as stainless steel.
It also resists corrosion in the sea water and in the harsh chemical environment. This prevents the nut bolts from freezing and significantly reduces the break-out torque.
Avoid corrosion by chemicals
Helps in reducing corrosion by chemicals
Available in different coating thicknesses
Xylan 1070 provides the optimum combination of low friction, wear resistance and high-temperature release with corrosion inhibitors for better corrosion resistance to the product. It is excellent for applications requiring in a dry film lubricant effective against a broad spectrum of chemicals and corrosion. Xylan is an organic solvent based, low friction coating for bolts. Normally it is used over a phosphate or other pretreatment to achieve up to 3000 hours salt spray resistance.
High temperature resistant
Low coefficient of friction
Abrasion / wear resistant
Wide use temperature
Typical Applications: Threaded fasteners
Description: Thermosetting, resin-bonded, PTFE based dry-film lubricant. It has extra corrosion protection and issued to coat large studs, nuts, flanges and related hardware for sub-sea and splash-zone service. Because of its low-friction properties, less make-up torque is required to produce the specified tension. During assembly, clamp loads are increased. In fact, the frictional characteristics are the most predictable of any coating, lubricant or plating used on bolting.
Application: Conventional spray
Jobs completed by us: Threaded fasteners in a salty and polluted environment
Relative density 1.06 G / Cmµ
Dielectric strength 1.5 -2.0 KV / 25µ
Operating temperature range from -195ºC to +28ºC
Dry film thickness range from 25 to 30 micron
Can be applied to most common metals