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greases and lubricants

Extreme Pressure additives are usually used under heavier loads

at high temperatures and low speeds to prevent catastrophic failure or seizing of the application. Common examples of Extreme Pressure additives are molybdenum disulfide, graphite, sulfurized olefins and dialkyldithiocarbamate complexes. 

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With years of expertise in the production of layered structured sulfides

like MoS2, Bi2S3 and SnS2, Innovamat is openning new opportunities The wear area decreases up to 90 per cent according to Reichert’s tests. The synthesized Bi2S3 shows a better tribological behavior when compared to commercial Bi2S3, MoS2 and graphite. 

dedicated to Metal Working Fluids (MWF) and other industrial and automotive lubricants (hydraulic fluids, gear oils, greases, turbine oils). Our broad extreme pressure additives products range allows you to fine-tune your formulation properties without unsaturated compounds and fully chlorine free.

Sulfur compounds are commonly used as additives in lubricant formulations