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Graphite is a solid lubricant that works well on both dry and wet surfaces. Unlike oil, it does not leave a sticky residue on surfaces that might attract dust or other contaminants. It also possesses superior tribological properties and can be applied in a variety of different ways to meet specific needs.
It is a great dry lubricant for applications where dirt and dust are a problem, such as locks, key slots, threaded rods, air compressors, hinges and printer rails. It also has a strong ability to repel moisture, making it ideal for high-use areas.
In addition, it possesses excellent thermal resistance, which can be beneficial in certain cases. It dissipates heat faster than other dry lubricants and offers more protection against corrosion.
A self-lubricating material, graphite can be rubbed onto moving parts to reduce friction and increase efficiency. It is especially effective in the earliest stages of bearing assembly, where it provides additional surface protection until normal lubricating oils are applied.
It withstands a wide range of operating conditions, including high temperatures. It is also highly resistant to a variety of chemicals, so it can be used in environments that might be chemically contaminated.
Using a combination of graphite powder and a fast-evaporating solvent is one of the most effective ways to utilise this dry lubricant. By combining it with a solvent, you can get the lubrication into tight spots that graphite powder alone could not. This also allows you to remove the graphite once the solvent evaporates, leaving only a protective film on the surface.