Can Dicronite dry lubrication be applied in soft – soft, soft – hard, hard – hard, or any other variations with another coating?

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Yes.

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Are there limitations relating to finishes or coatings beneath Dicronite dry lubrication?

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No.

Dicronite dry lubrication functions well and is often used in combination with other coatings such as TiN, CrN, CrC or Nickel.

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Does Dicronite dry lubrication affect the surface finish of the substrate?

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No.
Being maximum 0.5 micron’s thick, Dicronite dry lubrication reflects the underlying surface finish.

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Can Dicronite dry lubrication be applied to any ferrous or nonferrous metallic substrate?

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Yes.
Dicronite dry lubrication can be applied over other substrates.

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Has Dicronite dry lubrication been approved for use in food handling and processing equipment?

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Yes.  Application specific approvals have been received from both the United States Food and Drug Administration (US-FDA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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