WHAT IS DURALON®?

Self-lubricating, low friction Duralon® is a composite of a Teflon®/Dacron® fabric liner bonded to a supporting filament-wound, high strenth, fiberglass and epoxy resin shell. Resistant to corrosion, moisture and temperatures to 325 degrees F, Duralon® is reliable in many environments. It has outstanding physical properties, very low friction, and will not gall or score the piston rod.

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MAGNALUBE-G®

Magnalube-G® deposits a fine protective and lubricating film on metal parts. It is virtually unaffected by corrosive moisture and will not migrate from hot surfaces. Magnalube-G® is water resistant, stable at high temperatures, resists oil separation, and is chemically and mechanically stable. The Teflon® base effectively lubricates at temperatures +600 degrees F to -50 degrees F.
Duralon® is a registered trademark of Rexnord Corp.
Nylon®, Teflon® & Dacron® are registered trademarks of DuPont Corp.
Magnalube-G® is a registered trademark of Carleton-Stuart Corp.