Aviator mechanics of yesteryear may have been baffled by today’s wide selection of lubricants, oils, sealants and the like. But they would have known how these fluids can impact a machine’s quality of life and longevity. The downside to such a wide selection: too many options. You’ll want to narrow it down.
When it comes to air-drying lubricant it is possible in 3-2-1 Dow Corning’s Molykote D-321 R Anti-Friction Coating avoids “stick-slip” with its binder, solvent, and solid lubricant composition.
This specialty lubricant has a multitude of applications and is best used when you want to resist the deleterious effects of high aging. High aging? This means Molykote D-321 R works best when dealing with high loads and highly stressed sliding guides. It will also work well under high vacuum and extreme temperature environments.
Cylinder-head bolts, toaster guides, high voltage switches and more-this item can handle the stress and send friction packing. Heck, it is even effective in improving the running-in process.