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LNP COMPOUNDS

LNP LUBRILOY Compound

  • Grades Available: 12
  • Avaliable in: Asia, Americas, Europe
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LNP™ LUBRILOY™ Compound

General Information

Description

LUBRILOY alloy compounds provide lubrication through a unique, patented lubrication technology. Lubriloy compounds offer cost-effective wear and friction performance compared to conventional polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) lubricants.

Lubriloy compounds feature high impact and toughness and are used in a broad variety of demanding automotive, office equipment, electronics, and appliance applications.

Benefits

WEAR AND FRICTION PERFORMANCE Provide a broad range of lubricity through a unique, patented lubricant technology. Lubriloy compounds significantly reduce friction and wear rates of plastic parts moving over other surfaces, whether contact is plastic-on-metal or plastic-on-plastic. They also extend product life and reduce or eliminate squeaks and other noise from moving parts.

RANGE OF ENGINEERING THERMOPLASTICS Available in five commonly used resins: LEXAN™ resin and other polycarbonate (PC) resins, NORYL™ polyphenylene oxide (PPO) resins, polyacetal (POM), polyamide 6,6 (PA 66), and polyphthalamide (PPA).

BROAD RANGE OF PROPERTIES Additional lubricants and reinforcements can also be added to Lubriloy compounds, such as glass, aramid, PTFE, and stainless steel to enhance wear, friction, cost, abrasion resistance, mechanical strength, stiffness, and conductivity.

FLAME RETARDANCY Can be compounded for flame retardancy (FR), including non-halogenated FR compounds.

COLORABILITY Available in a wide range of opaque colors.

HELPS CONTROL COST Can help eliminate costly secondary lubricating operations, plus they offer the general benefits of injection molding, including greater design freedom, part consolidation, and improved production economies.

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Associated Documents

FMVSS302 General Statement

English, Published 2-1-2017

A Guide to Internally Lubricated Thermoplastic Compounds

English, Published 20-1-2017

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