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Molyslip 2001G Gearbox Oil 250ml/btl M510010

Stock Code: MOL51002
£4.99 Each

MOLYSLIP 2001 G Gearbox Oil Supplement 250ML MOL51002

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The Molyslip additives range also takes care of noisy or grinding gearboxes, steering - boxes and differentials. Gears should engage effortlessly and silently but all too often the slightest wear or misalignment translates to rasping or rattling.

2001 G coats bearings and cogwheels with molybdenum film, deadening unwanted sound and reducing the effort of gear changes. It also reduces maintenance and prolongs component life. 2001 G is also used for heavy marine and industrial turbine drives, steering gear and propeller shafts. It copes with any gear size or configuration no matter how large.


Molyslip 2001 G Simply add 5% by volume to the oil reservoir and you will notice an immediate difference. The 250 ml flask is provided with a handy pouring spout.

Theory of Molyslip Lubrication
In use, Molyslip products form a lubricating layer of Molybdenum Disulphide on metal surfaces in the following manner.
The Molybdenum Disulphide molecules arrange themselves into plates with a laminar structure in which each molybdenum atom is sandwiched between two sulphur atoms. The sulphur atoms are attracted to metal and therefore become plated or bonded on to each of the adjacent bearing surfaces. In between these two platings further layers of molecules form. The sulphur-to-metal bonding is very strong, but the sulphur-to-sulphur bonding between adjacent molecules is very weak.
Thus, there are two bearing surfaces, each protectively plated by a layer of Molybdenum Disulphide molecules with sliding or lubricating layers of molecules in between. In this way direct contact of metal-to-metal surfaces is prevented, friction is considerably reduced, with the consequent elimination of local heating, wear is inhibited and protection achieved even under extreme conditions of pressure and temperature.
The molecular thickness of Molybdenum Disulphide is such that there are approximately 40,000 lubricating or cleavage planes in an MoS2 film one thousandth of an inch thick!
The Molybdenum Disulphide plating is, in effect, a separating layer of immense strength, greater than the yield stress of most metals...and in addition it possesses the low coefficient of friction of ·03 to ·06 which gives more efficient lubrication combined with this greater protection.


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