self-lubrication

self-lubrication

n
the process of becoming lubricated without external factors
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They are warm to the touch and have a self-lubrication function which is triggered by touch - and they speak with a Scottish accent.
A scanning electron microscope (SEM, HITACHI X-650) equipped with an energy dispersive spectroscope (EDS, Kevex Super Quantum) was used to observe the wear surfaces of the pin and disc and the cross section of the self-lubrication layer to clarify the lubrication mechanisms.
Other requirements for this component include high wear resistance, gentle contact with an aluminum shaft, self-lubrication, and no misalignment.
In addition to both load resistance and self-lubrication, the integrated design prevents heat build-up by utilizing the heat dissipation characteristics of brass which improves the durability of the product.
They can also deliver high-performance qualities, such as self-lubrication and energy-absorption.
The material has a special formula that creates a long-lasting self-lubrication capability of the seal during operation.
The experimental results indicated that the friction coefficient of the composite coatings decreased with an increase in the volume fraction of CNTs due to self-lubrication and the unique topological structure of CNTs.
Self-lubrication, which offers vibration and noise reduction challenges.
KE2014 offers self-lubrication to improve environmental sealing and reduce insertion force for electrical connector seals.
It provides a high level of self-lubrication, requiring no additional external lubrication or maintenance.
For all types of self-lubrication, motion initiates lubrication layer build-up.
Self-lubrication properties and the toughness and flexibility of nylon 66 hold breakage to a minimum.