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Damping Grease Stiffness/Viscosity Comparison-Tribosyn 320 Series

Damping Grease Stiffness/Viscosity Comparison-Tribosyn 320 Series

Manufacturers use a damping grease in their device or component for one or more of the following reasons – motion control, haptic feel (quality feel) and noise reduction. When product designers are faced with reducing cost without sacrificing quality, a motion control damping grease can be a valuable tool and…

Electrically charged bearing wear test with non-conductive and conductive grease

Electrically charged bearing wear test with non-conductive and conductive grease

Our new video simulates the challenges faced with a bearing static discharge application. In the test a bearing is electrically charged; when a bearing is lubricated with a non-conductive grease, static discharge is not only a safety concern but wear and pitting occurs at a much increased rate when compared…

Electrical connector grease water resistance demonstration with Tribosyn 330

Electrical connector grease water resistance demonstration with Tribosyn 330

Water ingress protection is one of most common reasons for considering the use of a connector lubricant. The ‘go to’ grease in our range for moisture/water protection is Tribosyn 330. It should be noted that we have a range of connector lubricant products available for other connector problems such as…

Specialist electrical connector lubricants do not cause increased circuit resistance

Specialist electrical connector lubricants do not cause increased circuit resistance

One of the most common misconceptions we come across is that some electrical engineers think that using one of our specialist connector lubricants will cause extra circuit resistance/circuit impedance across a connector or circuit – this is not correct! As a number of customers ask this same question about possible…

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