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Xylan 1070  Xylan 1424 xylan 1014 PTFE Coated Stud bolt

Xylan® Coatings are a family of fluoropolymer coatings designed for use on various types of OEM components and fasteners, including xylan coated bolts to prevent corrosion. Most Xylan® coatings contain PTFE or other types of lubricants and are applied in thin films

Xylan 1010:

Dry-film lubricant for any wear surface to reduce friction, prevent scoring and galling, and provide secondary lubrication in the event of failure of the primary (conventional) lubricant. In addition to its low coefficient of friction (0.04-1.00), Xylan 1010 has good release properties, good chemical and abrasion resistance, and operates at temperatures up to 285°C (550°F).

Xylan 1014:

Similar to Xylan 1010, but with significantly more bonding resin relative to its content of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) lubricant. This provides a finish that is harder, more abrasion- resistant, glossier and less porous. Friction values remain low and predictable.

Xylan 1052:

Dry-film lubricant formulated with PTFE and MoS2 for high-pressure, low-speed wear applications. Its unique chemistry provides dependable, bonded lubrication for bearing surfaces subjected to extreme pressures of up to 10,500 kg/cm2 (150,000 psi). Xylan 1052 operates at temperatures up to 285°C (550°F).

Xylan 1070:

Highly corrosion-resistant, low-friction coating designed to reduce make-up and break-out torque, even after prolonged exposure to corrosive environments. Xylan 1070 also offers good wear and abrasion resistance.

Xylan 1212:

Waterborne thin-film barrier coating with excellent corrosion resistance, ideal where tolerance is critical and lubrication unnecessary.

Xylan 1213:

Waterborne, dry-film lubricant designed for high-pressure/low-speed applications. When combined with Xylan 1212 offers good corrosion and abrasion resistance.

Xylan 1270 (1400):

A low-cost alternative to Xylan 1070 (1424), but with less lubrication. For fasteners where reduced break-out torque is not necessary.

Xylan 1311:

Similar to Xylan 1331 with less PTFE. Use when abrasion resistance is more important than lubrication and/or nonwetting properties. Considered an economical singlefilm coating.

Xylan 1331:

Dry-film lubricant with PPS and PTFE for outstanding wear/abrasion resistance. The high percentage of PTFE provides a lubricious, nonstick surface. This resin-bonded coating has excellent corrosion and chemical resistance and is virtually unaffected by any solvents up to 205°C (400°F).

Xylan 1424:

Waterborne/VOC-compliant, highly corrosion-resistant, dry-film lubricant designed for use on any mating surface requiring lubrication. Xylan 1424 reduces make-up and break-out torque and also offers excellent chemical and abrasion resistance. Similar to Xylan 1014.

Xylan 1425:

Waterborne, dry-film lubricant formulated with PTFE and MoS2 specifically for high-pressure, low-speed wear applications. Its unique chemistry provides dependable, bonded lubrication for bearing surfaces subjected to extreme pressures up to 10,500 kg/cm2 (150,000 psi). Xylan 1425 operates well in harsh chemical environments and at temperatures up to 190°C (375°F). Similar to Xylan 1052.

Xylan 1427:

Waterborne, low-friction, highly corrosion- resistant fastener coating designed to reduce make-up and break-out torque, even after prolonged exposure to corrosive environments. Xylan 1427 also offers excellent chemical, wear and abrasion resistance.

Xylan 1514:

UV-resistant, dry-film lubricant with excellent low friction. Xylan 1514 is designed for highly visible, decorative applications where stain resistance and easy-clean properties are required. This coating also offers some corrosion and abrasion resis tance and is considered the most lubricious in the series.

Xylan® 1052 – Ideal for any mating surface that needs dry lubrication e.g. bearings, sealing rings and valve springs. With a continues operating temperature of -195°C to +260°C and a intermittent range of -195°C to +285°C. Whitfords 1052 is an Organic solvent based, high temperature, general purpose coating for extreme pressure applications. Typical DFT coating 15 – 20 um, available in a wide range of colours.

Xylan® 1070 – Typical applications of 1070 includes threaded fasteners and nuts with a continues operating temperature of -195°C to +260°C and an intermittent range of -195°C to +285°C. Whitfords 1070 is an Organic solvent based, low friction coating normally used over Zinc, Phosphate or other pretreatment to achieve up to 3000 hours salt spray resistance. Typical DFT coating 20 – 25 um, available in a wide range of colours.

Xylan 1070 coated PTFE stud bolt

Xylan® 1424 – Typical applications are threaded fasteners and nuts with a continuous operating temperature of -20°C to +180°C and an intermittent range of -20°C to +230°C. Whitfords 1424 is an Aqueous based, dry lubricant coating normally used over Zinc / Phosphate or other pretreatment with excellent corrosion resistance properties. Typical DFT coating 20 – 25 um, available in a wide range of colours.

Xylan 1424 coated PTFE stud bolt

Xylar® 1 – Typical applications for Xylar coatings provide the aerospace, engineering and marine industries with materials to protect components from high temperature oxidation, salt laden atmospheres, chemicals and abrasives. With a continues operating temperature range of -40°C to +535°C Xylar is a Aqueous / acidic based aluminum “cermet” coating which as excellent chemical, corrosion and abrasion resistance at extreme temperatures. Typical DFT coating 20 – 25 um.

Xylar 2®

Twice the protection power

Almost twice as hard as the best organics, Xylar 2 is an inorganic ceramic-metallic coating that sacrificially protects metals from corrosive salt environments and high temperature oxidation.

Originally designed for aircraft and aerospace applications, Xylar 2 is a second-generation cermet, which provides a hard barrier coating that breaks the electrical path between dissimilar metal parts.

Protection against water in all forms

Manufactured by Whitford® Corporation, this porous ceramic dry-film lubricant is the “cornerstone” on which to build a tough barrier coating system.  Xylar 2’s thin-film bonding agent delivers extensive salt fog protection, good wear characteristics, and high temperature stability of up to 1200°F, protecting metal from oxidation due to water in all forms.

Salt Spray Test Result (SST : Zn-Ni + Xylan 1014, Min. 3000 hrs (<= 15% Red Rust)

ASTM B117 Salt Spray Corrosion Testing is used primarily to compare the corrosion resistance of painted or metal coated samples. The test has been used for almost 100 years, and has been standardized as ASTM B117 since 1939.

Salt Solution: A standard ASTM B117 salt solution consisting of 5 parts (by weight) of sodium chloride to 95 parts water is prepared. The water used in this testing is compliant with the ASTM D1193 Specification for Reagent Water, Type IV.

pH Range: 6.5 to 7.2

Test Temperatures: The exposure zone is to be kept at 35 +/- 2°C (95+/- 3°F). The temperature in the saturation (bubble) tower is to be kept between 46 and 49°C (114-121°F).

Test Cycle: ASTM B117 is a continuous spray (fog) test.

Test Duration: Tests can range from <24 hours to thousands of hours depending upon the material being tested.

Xylan 1070 PTFE coated Hex nuts 2H

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