Industry Specifications

COMPANY PROCESS SPECIFICATION
ABEX CORPORATION PS 179
AERONUTRONICS AMPS 07.6.1
AIRESEARCH MFG. Co. EMS 242, REV.V, TYPE VII
AIRESEARCH MFG. Co. EMS 52402, REV. L, TYPE VII
AIRESEARCH MFG. Co. FP-17, REV.G, TYPE VII
ALLIED SIGNAL EMS 242, REV.V, TYPE VII
ALLIED SIGNAL EMS 52402, REV. L, TYPE VII
AMPEX AUDIO CO. 80-0031
AMPEX AUDIO CO. SP-1245389
ASTRO SCIENCE 9900611-1
BECKMAN BII PS3063
BELL AEROSYSTEMS ST1001-947034
BENDIX ELECTRODYNAMICS BEPS 8.040, REV.B, TYPE I
BENDIX SYSTEMS DIVISION 2338137
BOEING OVERHAUL SERVICE BULLETIN 2756
BUNKER-RAMO CORP. 3000014
COLLINS RADIO CO. 580-0646-001
CONSOLIDATED CONTROLS S 2024
CRANE-HYDRO AIR DIVISION HSI83, TYPE I
DALMO VICTOR DV PST-56, TYPE I
FMA 1004-1
FORD AEROSPACE 88-3117
G&H TECHNOLOGY MT8014-112-002MS
GARRETT TURBINE ENGINE Co. EMS 52402, REV. L, TYPE VII
GDA ASTRO MPS 75-05
GENERAL DYNAMICS 0-75045
HILLS-McCANNA Co. PS 8-1.36
HUGHES AIRCRAFT Co. DP53081
HUGHES AIRCRAFT Co. HP7-18, REV.A
HUGHES AIRCRAFT Co. SCGPS12014
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS S-1033
LEACH CORP. 300-0024
LEAR SIEGLER, INC. SM-10146-01
LOCKHEED AIRCRAFT CORP. LAC 3552, TYPE 1
LOCKHEED MISSILES & SPACE Co., INC. LAC 3552-010000, REV.A
MARQUARDT CORP. MPS 1104, TYPE I
MARTIN MARIETTA MIS-13473
McDONNELL DOUGLAS DP 31023-407, REV.B
McDONNELL DOUGLAS DPS 31023-407
MILITARY SPECIFICATION 70A18101P1
MILITARY SPECIFICATION MIS-13473
MILITARY SPECIFICATION OS 10626A, AMEND. 1
MOOG, INC. EP 572, REV.B
MPB, INC. EPS 177
NATIONAL WATER LIFT CO. MP-299, REV.A, TYPE 1
NEW HAMPSHIRE BALL BEARING LF-22
PACIFIC VALVES P-1436, REV.13
PHILCO-FORD CORPORATION S 3-1-017A, REV.A, TYPE I
RANDALL ENGINEERING RPS 102-1
RAYMOND ENGINEERING 9247702, CLASS 1
REDSTONE ARSENAL MIS-13473
SKF INDUSTRIES 472097, REV.O, TYPE 3
SNAP-TITE, INC. S 1119, REV.D
STERER ENGINEERING & MFG. Co. SPS 217
STRATOS/DIVISION FAIRCHILD 999-115
SUNDSTRAND AVIATION SB24-1027
SUNDSTRAND CORP. PN14.16-02, REV.A
TEXTRON/LYCOMING APWA 5080-P1
TEXTRON/LYCOMING P6440-P1
THE FLYING TIGER LINE INC. 78-30-218
THIOKOL 7619
THIOKOL STW7-2754B
TRW PR6-16D
UNITED AIRLINES GN 5-0-1-4, TYPE I
VARIAN ASSOCIATES M7-6006, TYPE I
VICKERS AERO HYDRAULICS DIVISION VS 1-3-1-72
WESTON HYDRAULICS, LTD. WPS-10063
WHITTAKER CONTROLS SPS118, 6A
XEROX 047, REV A

Thin-Film Lubrication, Impinged Graphite Coatings

Molecularly bonded high purity graphite coatings are designed for reducing wear, minimizing galling and improving surface conductivity of corrosion-resistant steels.
When used with conventional lubricants, thin film high purity graphite coatings can greatly improve the overall performance and prevent overheating and other problems related to friction.

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Characteristics / Performance

Lubricant Graphite
Color / Appearance Gray, Dark Gray
Coefficient of Friction 0.02 Maximum, tested per ASTM D 2714
Coating Thickness 0.0001” (0.1 MILS)
Temperature Compatibility -423°F to 2000°F
Vacuum Stability Up to 2700°F (10⁻⁹ Torr)
Chemical Resistance
  • Liquid Nitrogen Compatible
  • Liquid Oxygen Compatible (LOX)
  • Distilled Water
  • MIL-PRF-5606 Hydraulic Fluid
  • SAE phosphate ester fluid #1
  • Silicone Fluid
  • UDMG-compatible grease
  • IFRNA-compatible frease
  • Solid rocket propellants
  • Nitrogen Tetroxide
Adhesion Molecularly bonded with in-organic binder, thermally cured
Corrosion Prevention
  • With Supplementary Treatment – Excellent corrosion resistance
  • W/O Supplementary Treatment – Delays corrosion, superior to bare substrate