R1 WURKS AAFC Advanced Anti-Friction Coating, 5ml

R1 WURKS AAFC Advanced Anti-Friction Coating, 5ml

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Introducing the R1 Wurks AAFC - Advanced Anti-Friction Coating

Apply coating to ball joints, hinge pins, steering bushings, gears and anywhere reduced friction is desired.

Application Methods:

Direct Method: Brush R1 AAFC directly onto the surface, especially suitable for areas such as spur and pinion teeth.

Wicking Method: Use a loaded brush to dab R1 AAFC onto assembled parts, allowing it to effortlessly wick into the desired area. After drying, a thin layer of dry lubrication will be left behind. This method is excellent for tasks like lubricating ball cups, suspension balls, hinge pins, steering bushings, and anti-roll bar components. The application possibilities are endless.

 

Innovative Dry Film Transformation:  R1 AAFC is a liquid formula that effortlessly evolves into a dry film coating upon application. This remarkable lubricant is precision-engineered to eliminate friction and reduce wear.

Unparalleled Thin Layer: R1 AAFC boasts an unrivaled ability to create an ultra-thin protective shield, fortified with the exceptional properties of MoS2 (Molybdenum Disulfide) and WS2 (Tungsten Disulfide). This results in an unbeatable low-friction coating that redefines the landscape of high-performance lubrication.

 

What is it?

WS2:

Tungsten (W): Tungsten is a transition metal with the atomic number 74 on the periodic table. It is known for its high melting point, exceptional hardness, and excellent resistance to heat and corrosion. In WS2, tungsten atoms form a crystalline lattice structure.

Sulfur (S): Sulfur is a non-metal element with the atomic number 16. It is commonly found in nature as a yellow solid. In WS2, sulfur atoms also contribute to the crystalline lattice structure by bonding with tungsten atoms.

The molecular formula for WS2 indicates the ratio of tungsten to sulfur atoms in each molecule. For every one tungsten atom, there are two sulfur atoms, leading to the chemical formula WS2.

The crystal structure of WS2 is characterized by layers of tungsten atoms sandwiched between layers of sulfur atoms. This layered structure is a key factor in WS2's exceptional lubricating properties, as it allows for easy sliding between the layers, reducing friction and wear.

MoS2:

Molybdenum (Mo): Molybdenum is a transition metal with the atomic number 42 on the periodic table. It is known for its high melting point, strength, and excellent ability to withstand high temperatures and corrosive environments. In MoS2, molybdenum atoms are part of a crystalline lattice structure. 

Sulfur (S): Sulfur is a non-metal element with the atomic number 16. It is commonly found in nature as a yellow solid and is essential for the formation of various compounds. In MoS2, sulfur atoms bond with molybdenum atoms to create the crystalline lattice structure.

The chemical formula for MoS2 indicates the ratio of molybdenum to sulfur atoms in each molecule. For every one molybdenum atom, there are two sulfur atoms, leading to the chemical formula MoS2.

MoS2 exhibits a layered crystal structure similar to graphite, with layers of molybdenum atoms sandwiched between layers of sulfur atoms. This unique structure allows for easy sliding between the layers, resulting in MoS2's exceptional lubricating properties.

 

Directions:

-Shake well before use

-Apply coating to desired surfaces and allow to dry completely before use.

 

WARNING:

Flammable, do not use near open flame or heat source.

Keep out of reach of children.

In case of contact with skin, wash hands and affected area with soap and water.

Not for human consumption.