Advantages And Disadvantages Of Molybdenum Disulfide

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Molybdenum disulfide is the main component of molybdenite—solid black powder with a metallic luster. The chemical formula is MoS 2, the melting point is 1185°C, the density is 4.80g/cm (14°C), and the Mohs hardness is 1.01.5.

Brief introduction of advantages and disadvantages:

1. Eliminate oil leakage, clean and clean, which significantly promotes civilized production.

2. It can save a lot of greases.

3. Improve the technical operating conditions, extend the maintenance cycle, reduce the labor intensity of maintenance workers, and save labor.

4. Due to the low friction coefficient of the molybdenum disulfide, the frictional resistance generated between the friction devices is small, which can save electricity. According to the measurement of the sibling unit, the power can be saved by 12%. 5. It can reduce mechanical wear, prolong the service life of friction equipment, reduce the loss of equipment parts, and improve the material's attendance rate.

6. The application of molybdenum disulfide lubrication solves the technical key and improves the working efficiency and working precision.

7. Molybdenum disulfide has the function of filling and filling, can restore the geometric dimensions of some parts, and extend the service life.

8. Molybdenum disulfide has the characteristics of moisture-proof, waterproof, alkali proof, and acid-proof.

9. Using molybdenum disulfide plastic or powder to smelt molded parts can save a lot of non-ferrous metals.

10. After using molybdenum disulfide lubrication in some equipment, the complex oil supply system can be omitted, which significantly simplifies the structure of the material, relatively improves the effective area utilization rate, and will also cause significant reforms—equipment design.

11. Molybdenum disulfide also has its disadvantages, such as poor thermal conductivity, insufficient friction coefficient, and low permeability (compared to dilute oil). These shortcomings are the main obstacles to further expanding the scope of use. On the contrary, industrialized countries attach great importance to the research of solid lubricants, and also held an international lubrication conference to exchange relevant information and discuss new technologies.