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DEFRIC - FTB 116 / HMB-2 Solid Film Lubricants



A discussion started in 1996 & continuing through 2014

(1996)

Q. Can you give me any information about a process called DEFRIC - FTB 116 Thanks!

Mr Richard Smith

similarly
(1998)

Q. Searching for information about a process called "DEFRIC". Possibly of Japanese origin. A nitriding process?
Thank you,

tom pullizzi monitor
Tom Pullizzi
Falls Township,
   Pennsylvania 


(2003)

A. Defric coating is a solid film lubricant which can provide resistance to corrosion and facilitate lubrication in extreme conditions. There are 300 kinds of Defric coats. Main Defric coat products either Molybdenum disulfide or Graphite or Fluorine based Lubricants.

Regarding mode of application... well common method is through Spraying on work piece and then drying in the oven at temperature of about 180 - 250 °C.

Aamer Ikram
Automotive/Manufacturing - Lahore, Pakistan


(2006)

Q. We are planning to apply Defric coat HMB-2 to bore of our motorcycle gears.
Since this shall be new coating to us, we would like to know process of applying this coating to bore of gear.
Maker of this coating is requested to quote for process and chemical.

NARESH B. [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
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similarly (2007)

We are a trading company in Indonesia specially dealing with maintenance chemicals including coatings or paints.

Currently looking to buy the "DEFRIC COAT EB-80GR 1 (GREY).
According to our client for the product related, it is produced by a Japanese company, but also produced in US and Germany.

Until the moment, we do not yet have full contact details of its original supplier / MFG for the product, is there anybody here can help and let us know of the contact details of the company for this product?

Thanks very much in advance for the assistance.

Jimmy C. [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
maintenance chemicals - Jakarta, DKI, Indonesia
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March 10, 2011

Q. I am looking for additional information regarding Defric coatings. The gentleman in the thread previously stated that there are 300 some odd Defric coatings. My question is, where might I search for this information. Is there a particular company that deals in these.
Thank you, Ken

Kenneth Riehl
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March 11, 2011

thumbs up signHi, folks. Defric is a trade name for one brand of solid film lubricants and related coatings which seem to be available from Nihon Parkerizing of Tokyo, Japan, which appears to have subsidiaries around the world. Please google for further info.

This site's supporting advertisers cheerfully make the site available for technical discussions and camaraderie, but they would justifiably have a problem if the readers, instead of contacting them about their dry film lubricants and coating needs, ask them to bear the cost of posting detailed distributorship info for their competitors who don't support the site :-)

Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
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Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
finishing.com
Pine Beach, New Jersey


May 17, 2011

A. The coating thickness allowance must be calculated and incorporated in the drawing of the component on which the coating has to be applied.

Aamer Ikram
Energy Sector - Calgary, AB, Canada


Molybdenum disulphide vs. manganese phosphate coatings

June 3, 2014

Q. What is the difference between manganese phosphate coating and Defric coating? Is manganese coating recommended for pistons of HFO [heavy fuel oil] engines?

AHMAD RIZWAN
- lahore, punjab, pakistan


wikipedia
Molybdenum Disulfide

Phosphate Conversion Coating

June 2014

A. Hi Ahmad. Defric is only a trade name and does not specify the technology of the coating. But we assume that you are referring to molybdenum disulphide coatings? These are "dry film lubricants" rather similar to graphite in function.

Yes, manganese phosphate coatings are used on piston rings and other lubricated machine parts, and one of their primary uses is as a "break-in" coating. The phosphate is granular, soft, and oil-retaining -- providing a useful degree of lubrication before oil gets to the parts.

Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
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Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
finishing.com
Pine Beach, New Jersey



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