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General Requirements for Grease Spraying

Spray lubricant needs to have a precise application process to be sprayed on the lubrication point. The lubricant is sprayed on the part in the exact required dosage at the desired location. Lubricants are available in liquid, paste and grease form. It also includes the application of dry friction reducing coatings for automotive interiors, or electrical contact lubricants. The success of a lubricant application depends not only on the performance or quality of the spray lubricant product itself, but also on the selection of the correct and economical application process.


Advantages of Spray Lubricant

Automotive manufacturers would seek longer service life, expecting longer service intervals and fewer re-lubrications. High performance spray lubricants provide lubrication solutions for a wide range of mechanical systems such as gearboxes, bearings and chains, seals, drives, valves and other components.

7CF spray lubricant has such features, including non-flammable, non-oxidizing, wide temperature range, and a full line of viscosity grades provide lubrication protection for a variety of applications in the automotive industry.


Spray Lubricant FAQs

  • Q

    What are the differences between using an oil and a grease in my application?

    A :

    The application itself will dictate the type of lubricant required. Sealed applications like gearboxes tend to use oil or very soft grease, while applications that are exposed to the environment or are unable to provide an oil reservoir tend to use grease. The base oil provides the lubrication for your components, whether it is applied directly to the parts or gelled in a thickener, which is how grease is made. In addition to the base oil, extreme pressure and other surface modifying additives also lubricate the components. 

  • Q

    How does anti rust spray work?

    A :

    It's a is an anti-rust aerosol that quickly cleans, penetrates, lubricates and protects against corrosion. The formed ultra-thin continuous oil film can effectively isolate moisture and other corrosive substances from contacting the surface of the material, thereby avoiding metal factors from oxidizing and rusting.

  • Q

    Can I use 7CF aerosol spray lubricant on my sliding doors?

    A :

    Yes. Our 7CF aerosol spray lubricant is widely used for car, household and industrial fields. such as car doors, garage doors, sliding doors and roller doors,  sliding windows etc.


  • Q

    What is the use of spray lubricant?

    A :

    Silicone lubricant spray is a mineral-oil free, grease-free release agent, lubricant and protective coating based on silicones dissolved in chlorine-free solvents. Silicone  lubricant spray protects, lubricates and insulates all surfaces by means of a transparent, permanent protective film.

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