For a relabel, heavy-duty hold that's strong enough to work on even your most challenging assemblies, choose Molykote® G-N Metal Assembly Paste from SkyGeek. The multi-purpose formula containing a proprietary blend of molybdenum disulfide and white solid lubricants in a mineral oil. It helps prevent galling during run-in, helps extend the service life of moving parts, and helps protect against fretting wear and corrosion as well as welding of static joints. The paste can be used in all types of metal assemblies, from small aircraft components to more complex industrial machinery.
Molykote® G-N Metal Assembly Paste from SkyGeek is primarily designed as a running-in lubricant for plain bearings, splines, gears, cams and ways. Because of its low coefficient of friction, it can also be used as a lubricant for movable screws, threaded spindles and lead screws. Basically, the assembly paste can also be used wherever protection against friction and high load conditions is needed, where burnishing is impractical, or where a paste in aerosol form is desired. It is suitable for airframe and aircraft engine applications, though its use is not limited to the tarmac.
If you're looking for a heavy-duty assembly paste that’s strong enough to stand up to your needs, order Molykote® G-N Metal Assembly Paste from SkyGeek. The paste is priced competitively and quantity pricing is available for bulk orders of Molykote® grease.
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Schedule B Code
5 x 2 x 1 inches
Excellent protection against fretting wear and corrosion Extends service life Low friction Lubricate beyond the yield point of most metals in boundary applications, reducing wear and helping to prevent seizing, galling and excessive friction Aid run-in and reduce frictional force and surface damage Low coefficient of friction allows for effective conversion of torquing force into holding force; reduces the force required for disassembly of threaded fasteners
Solid lubricants in mineral oil
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Molykote® G-n Metal Assembly Paste lubricates surfaces subjected to extreme pressures. Specific applications include:
Running-in lubricant – for new or rebuilt equipment, such as gears, splines, journal bearings, cams and ways Metalworking – helps prevent galling, welding and metal pickup on tools and dies in machining, stamping, and drawing operations, tube bending, thread rolling, cold heading, swaging and forging Assembly lubricant – reduces torque in tightening threaded fasteners and tension variation from bolt to bolt; eases disassembly and reduces chance of damage Helps prevent fretting wear and corrosion, and cold welding of bearing shafts, bushings and splines Press-fitting lubricant – allows press fitting without chatter or stick-slip in most cases; reduces the force required for interference fitting and minimizes distortion