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Benefits of Dry Film Lubricants in Appliance Production

Benefits of Dry Film Lubricants in Appliance Production

Dry Film Lubricants, or DFLs, provide a better metal-processing experience. When producing metal appliances, DFL eliminates the need for wet lubricants and some peelable plastic films by providing significant lubricity for metal forming with a no-mess, dry-to-the-touch coating.

Our DFL technologies are waterborne coatings that form a hard, temporary film on nearly every metal substrate including HR P&O, CRS, Galvanneal, Aluminized, HDG, EG, Aluminum and Stainless Steel. Eliminate the need for oils, pre-lubes, and peelable plastics with an environmentally-safe choice that saves money, reduces scrap and improves part quality.

A TRUE STORY

A TRUE STORY

If you leave any metal outside in the weather it will rust, right? We abused some nonstructural studs to test our corrosion resistance. We mixed a bundle of studs, some with...

A Few Facts

A Few Facts

Fact #1: Switching from G90 to G30 with InterCoat® ChemGuard is an easy way to save your company money. If you’re a heavy zinc buyer, i.e. G160 or G235, the differential is...