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PTFE Spray

Lubrication for Metal or Plastic Parts

PTFE Spray

Specifications

Segments

Passenger Car, Commercial Transport, Racing, Agriculture, Mining

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Benefits

  • Fine structure (particle size approximately 5 micrometer)
  • Low friction properties
  • Resistant to weak acids and bases
  • Prevents wear and sticking
  • Good adhesion
  • pH-neutral
  • Protects against weather influences
  • Water repellant
  • Powerful jetspray

Description

Rymax PTFE Spray is an invisible, multi-purpose non toxic PTFE spray for use as an anti-stick agent for chutes and slides. It is particularly suitable for applications operating in food, pharmaceutical or other clean industries where ‘wet’ lubricants cannot be tolerated. It provides a light, long life, totally dry lubricant film for all kinds of applications.

Application

  • Chains Gear wheels
  • Door hinges Industrial vacuum pumps
  • Rails Conveyors
  • Sliding door guides Fastenings
  • (Agricultural) Machinery Rubber Seals


How to use?
Before use, carefully read the directions on the packaging and act accordingly. The aerosol should have room temperature. Best processing temperature 5 to 30°C. Before use, shake the aerosol. 

Apply the PTFE Spray in a thin layer. The optimum lubrication is obtained after evaporation of the solvent.

Available in

  • 0.25L
  • 0.3L
  • 0.4L
  • 0.5L
  • 1L
  • 4L
  • 5L
  • 20L
  • 60L
  • 205L
  • 1000L
  • 0.4kgs
  • 18kgs
  • 180kgs

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