Are there environmental or health and safety considerations after Diconite dry lubrication has been applied?

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No. The material is inert and non-toxic.

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Are there any special handling requirements once the Dicronite dry lubrication has been applied to the substrate?

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No.
Consistent with industry standard practices, the surface should be kept clean and dry, other than co-lubricants, prior to final assembly.

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How can I get a quote for Dicronite dry lubrication?

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Please contact us for an application-specific quote.

 

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Do I need to specially prepare the surface prior to application of Dicronite dry lubrication?

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No.
You will need to ensure the parts are free of oil and grease as much as possible.  Please note that Dicronite dry lubrication should generally be the final step in manufacturing.  Any other surface processes (e.g. passivation, anodizing, polishing) should be completed prior to the Dicronite dry lubrication processes.

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Can Dicronite dry lubrication be applied in quick turnaround situations?

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Yes.
Typically lead-time is between one and four days, exclusive of any transport.  Please contact your nearest facility for a specific quote.

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