MOLYBDEN SULPHIDE LAYERS WITH SELF-LUBRICATING PROPERTIES
Molybdenum disulphide layers significantly increase the service life of moving mechanical components
Improved sliding behavior through MoS2 coatings
Due to the extremely low coefficient of friction, layers are possible that have the highest solid and dry lubrication properties among lubricants. They are also used in space travel.
very low coefficient of friction
Optimal oxidation resistance
High thermal stability up to 800 ° C
Coating at low temperatures
Low coating thickness 0.5-1 µm
High vacuum compatibility
Superior chemical inertness
High corrosion resistance
high wear resistance
Can be applied without chemical binders
suitable for High temperature operation
High dimensional accuracy
High vacuum coater
Tools and instruments for minimally invasive surgery
Properties of MoS2 layers
Excellent adhesion due to the low process temperature
With molybdenum sulfide, sophisticated coatings are possible that:
are ideal for moving engine parts, such as pistons and roller bearings
can reduce the corrosion of metallic components
reduce the risk of wear and tear due to metal-to-metal friction
improve the wear behavior of stainless steel and titanium alloys
Standard applications are a thing of the past,
unique and outstanding coating results are now in demand.
Tailor-made alloys for specific and demanding applications and
of course also standard sizes in the form of individual offers.
TO MEET THE HIGH MARKET AND CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS
High-quality MoS2 composite layers can be produced using DC or pulsed magnetron sputtering physical vapor deposition (PVD) technology.
Suitable hardware components (power supply, control, design of the cathodes) enable the synthesis of MoS2 thin films with controlled phases: this makes it possible to achieve an extremely low coefficient of friction with increased wear resistance and a simultaneous increase in service life.