US President recently decided to invoke a Cold War-era defense law to encourage domestic tungsten disulfide.
What is WS2 coating?
Tungsten disulfide is an extremely smooth dry film lubrication coating. Tungsten disulfide friction coefficient is very low (only 0.03), which is lower than that of Teflon, graphite or molybdenum disulfide (MoS2). Compared with many other lubricant materials, the film is very durable and can withstand extremely high loads of more than 300000 psi. WS2 has unparalleled performance in lubrication, non-stick, low resistance, wear life and load rating.
What are advantages of tungsten disulfide?
WS2 is an excellent demoulding material for plastic moulds, extrusion moulds and other demoulding applications.
WS2 eliminates the need for liquid lubricants and can also be used with petrified oils, greases, synthetic oils, silicone lubricants and hydraulic oils. It has an affinity for lubricants and maintains the fluid power layer. It helps to keep the oil or grease on the surface, thus further increasing lubrication.
In the case of less than 1 micron thick, the coating can be applied to high-precision parts without tolerance problems.
WS2 is also a rather inert and non-toxic material, which has been used in medical devices and food processing applications.
WS2 is applied to customer substrates through high-speed ambient temperature process. It does not cause the substrate material to anneal or warp.
WS2 can be used alone or in combination with our PVD hard coating to improve durability.
WS2 coating properties
Lubricity-the lowest friction coefficient of solid materials!
The dynamic friction coefficient is 0.03 and the static friction coefficient is 0.07.
Excellent release performance. They don't stick together.
Prevent scratches, jams or cold welds.
It can be used at a load of more than 300000 pounds per square inch!
High temperature resistance.
Extremely thin 1 stroke 2 micron coating thickness.
Unlike many powder lubricants, it can be bonded to the substrate without using a binder.
Do not crumb, peel off or peel off.
Ultra-thin-suitable for high precision components.
WS2 eliminates the need for liquid lubricants.
Can be used with oil and grease. It has an affinity for lubricants and maintains a fluid dynamic layer.
How is WS2 coating applied?
The ocean mechanism.
Hydraulic / pneumatic.
Power transmission components.
Pistons and rings.
Cam and cam followers.
Locate the device.
Slide or rotate the assembly.
Food processing equipment.
Tungsten disulfide Price
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According to Reuters, U.S. Treasury officials said they would discuss with G7 leaders pricing caps and tariffs on Russian oil as an alternative to the embargo, which would keep the market supplied, limit price spikes, and reduce Russian revenues.
The EU foreign ministers' meeting was held in Brussels. The meeting failed to agree on the sixth round of sanctions, including an oil embargo on Russia, because of objections from Hungary.
EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy said at a press conference after the meeting, that the meeting failed to reach an agreement on the final adoption of the sixth round of sanctions, the permanent representatives of member states to the EU will continue to discuss. The foreign ministers faced similar difficulties trying to reach an agreement on an oil ban. He said Hungary's position was based on economic rather than political concerns.
Hungary is highly dependent on Russia for energy, getting more than 60 percent of its oil and 85 percent of its natural gas from Russia.
A few days ago, the European Commission submitted the sixth round of proposed sanctions against Russia, including a total ban on Russian oil imports by the end of this year. Hungary immediately objected and said it wanted substantial compensation from the EU to offset its loss from giving up Russian oil.
The tungsten disulfide price is predicted to increase in the next few days, due to geopolitical factors.