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Lubricants and possible plastic or rubber compatibility issues

If you are trialling the use of a grease or oil in a prototype device then you will appreciate how crucial lubricants can be;...

Variation in lubricant density

The lubricants we offer vary in density. The difference is particularly notable when two extremes are compared such as a Polyalphaolefin (PAO) oil and...

Introduction to Polyalphaolefin (PAO)

Polyalphaolefin (PAO) oils are stable, lubricious fluids that are compatible with most plastics and elastomers. PAO oils are considered a great replacement for petroleum...

What is grease?

What constitutes a grease? There are three main components that make a grease, base oil, thickener (sometimes called gellent) and an additive package. Making...

Rifle Scopes Online case study-Damping Grease

Rifle Scopes Online offers a wide variety of high-quality rifle scopes, rifle sights and ACOG scopes. The proprietor of the business is very experienced and...

Damping Grease demonstration

A video demonstrating how motion can be controlled with the use of a damping grease. A damping grease is an engineering design tool for...

Electrical connector grease water resistance demonstration with Nyogel 760G

Water ingress protection is one of most common reasons for considering the use of a connector lubricant. The 'go to' grease in our range...

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...

Introduction to damping grease

An introduction to the damping grease range offered by our partner Nye Lubricants - a cost effective tool for engineers and technicians that may...

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