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NPFC - MIL-L-45983

LUBRICANT, SOLID FILM: HEAT CURED (TEMPERATURE RANGE 125 DEG. TO 250 DEG. F (51.8 DEG. TO 121 DEG. C)) CORROSION INHIBITING

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 31 August 1976
Status: active
Page Count: 22
scope:

This specification covers one grade of solid film lubricant which provides both lubrication and corrosion protection when applied to phosphated ferrous metals and anodized aluminum alloys (see 6.1 and 6.4).

intended Use:

The solid film lubricant covered by this specification is intended for use in applications where a cure temperature above 250°F (121°C) may adversely affect the metallurgical or the corrosion... View More

Document History

June 22, 1999
LUBRICANT, SOLID FILM, HEAT CURED (TEMPERATURE RANGE 125 DEG. TO 250 DEG. F) 51.8 DEG. TO 121 DEG. C, CORROSION INHIBITING
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MIL-L-45983
August 31, 1976
LUBRICANT, SOLID FILM: HEAT CURED (TEMPERATURE RANGE 125 DEG. TO 250 DEG. F (51.8 DEG. TO 121 DEG. C)) CORROSION INHIBITING
The solid film lubricant covered by this specification is intended for use in applications where a cure temperature above 250°F (121°C) may adversely affect the metallurgical or the corrosion...

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