It is vital to use the correct grease or lubricant for the choosen appliaction. To help, below you can find a few frequently asked questions.
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A grease is used to lubricate a moving part whereas an anti-seize is used to prevent non moving parts seizing.
The Dn value is calculated as: the diameter of the bearing multiplied by the RPM.
The co-efficient of friction for Copaslip = 0.12. The Torque co-efficient (K value) for Copaslip is 0.18. Copaslip does not exceed the built in tolerances of the torque setting.
For information the relationship between torque and clamp load is expressed as: T=KFD, (where T= torque, F= clamp load, D= nominal diameter of bolt and K= torque coefficient)
We would not recommend any of our products on a wet clutch. A wet clutch requires friction whereas our products reduce friction.
We would not recommend our gear box supplement for this application. We believe your gearbox requires friction to function correctly whereas our supplement reduces friction.
Yes, we would recommend replacing 2001E at each oil change
The Molybdenum Disulphide particles are very fine. After more than 50 years of good service there is no record that they have ever blocked an automotive oil filter.
Molyslip 2001E is not recommended for use in 2 stroke engines. Molyslip E contains solid molybdenum disulphide in a colloidal suspension and dilution of the oil in petrol (as happens with 2/Strokes) will break the suspension and the molybdenum disulphide will drop out before it can plate on to any moving parts.
Yes, both Copaslip and Alumslip can be used on stainless steel except in very high temperatures where Nickelslip would be the preferred anti-seize.