Are there high or low temperatures involved in the application of Dicronite dry lubrication?

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No.
The application temperature range is between 20⁰C (68⁰F) and 35⁰C (95⁰F), and therefore, will not subject the substrate to heat stress or distortion.

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Can Dicronite dry lubrication be re-applied over itself?

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Yes.
With some preparation by the Dicronite dry lubrication processing plant of the substrate.

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Is it possible to mask off or protect portions of the substrate or part so that they do not receive Dicronite dry lubrication?

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Yes.

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Can you apply Dicronite dry lubrication to holes, inside diameters or inside surfaces?

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Yes.
Generally there is a depth limitation of two times the diameter.  For larger diameters, it may be possible to apply to a greater depth.

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Will Dicronite dry lubrication interfere with precision tolerances?

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No.
The technology and carefully controlled application process result in Dicronite dry lubrication’s 0.5 microns (000020”) maximum thickness.  As such, it will not affect precision tolerances.

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