Xylan Reduces Wear on Air-Cylinder Pistons
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Xylan reduces wear on air-cylinder pistons

In more and more applications, oil/air mixtures either are proving unsafe or they are interfering with process cleanliness.

 

In environments where lubricated air is not allowed by OSHA regulations or other considerations, air-cylinder pistons should be coated.

 

The easiest, most effective way to eliminate the oil/air problem and provide proper lubrication for moving parts is to coat air-cylinder pistons with 25 microns/0.001 inches of Xylan 8110. The coating, a dry-film lubricant, also extends the lives of the pistons.

 

Xylan 8110 reduced wear and friction and extended the life of this high performance engine.

Xylan 8110 reduced wear and friction

and extended the life of this high

performance engine.

 

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