ASV ASTC Molysulf Advanced Lubricant Molysulf ASV

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Copper & Solid Lubricants Based Anti-seize

  • Ensures consistent tightening of threaded connections and provides an optimum balance between torque required to tighten and pretension
  • Prevents bolt breaking, sintering, fusion, seizure, thread striping and distortion of threads
  • Meets requirements of MIL-A-907E
  • Operating temperature range -30°C to +1100°C


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  • Antiseize Based on Solid and Copper Lubricants.
  • Smooth and homogeneous paste.
  • Even after a long time, makes disassembly simple and non-destructive.
  • Operational times are spent in unfavorable working conditions and high temperatures.
  • Helps to avoid metal-to-metal contact by forming an efficient matrix between mating surfaces.
  • Shields surface from abrasion and wear.
  • High load capacity withstands.
  • It guarantees that threaded connections are tightened consistently and offers the ideal ratio of torque needed for tightening to pretension.
  • Stops thread stripping, bolt breakage, sintering, fusion, seizure, and thread distortion.
  • Meets MIL-A-907E standards.
  • -30°C to +1100°C is the operating temperature range.
  • High-temperature thread paste and lead-and nickel-free anti-seize compound made of copper and solid lubricants.

A lubricant, also sometimes referred to as lube, is a material that aids in lowering friction between surfaces that come into touch with one another. This, in turn, lowers the amount of heat produced when the surfaces move. It can also be used for force transmission, moving foreign objects, or heating or cooling surfaces. Lubricity is the quality of lowering friction.

ASV ASTC Molysulf advanced lubricant serves a wide range of additional uses outside industrial ones. Additional applications include bioapplications on humans (such as lubricants for artificial joints), cooking (oils and fats used in frying pans and baking to avoid food sticking), reducing rusting and friction in machinery, ultrasound examination, and medical evaluation.

Its primary purpose is to lessen friction and enhance the smoother, more effective operation of a device.

In this article, let’s explore the advantages, characteristics, and utilization of ASV ASTC Molysulf advanced lubricant in detail.


Molysulf lubricants comprise 90% base oil (often petroleum fractions, known as mineral oils) and fewer than 10% additives. Base oils can occasionally be made from vegetable oils or synthetic liquids like silicones, hydrogenated polyolefins, esters, fluorocarbons, etc.


These characteristics are typically included in an ASV ASTC Molysulf advanced lubricant.

  • High boiling and low freezing points (to maintain a liquid state across a broad temperature range).
  • A high index of viscosity.
  • Temperature stability.
  • Stability is achieved by hydraulics.
  • Prevention of corrosion.
  • A strong defense against oxidation.
  • The pour point is the lowest temperature at which lubricant will flow according to test parameters.

The Applications Of Lubricants

Protecting the internal combustion engines in cars and other powered equipment is one of the main uses for lubricants, such as motor oil.

  1. Maintain the distance between the moving elements.
  2. Lessen the turbulence.
  3. Move the heat.
  4. Remove pollutants and trash.
  5. Send energy.
  6. Guard against deterioration.
  7. Stop the rust and corrosion.

Industrial Uses Of Lubricants

Industrial lubricants are used in machinery, automotive, manufacturing, power generation, construction, and marine industries. They are used to reduce friction, prevent wear, dissipate heat, and protect against corrosion in moving parts. They are also used in various equipment, such as pumps, compressors, conveyors, hydraulic systems, and turbines. Ultimately, these uses of lubricants minimize downtime and increase productivity.

Lubricant As Grease

Grease is a common lubricant used in manufacturing plants, power generation facilities, and mining operations for bearings, gears, conveyors, and chains. It reduces friction and prevents early wear in high-load and high-speed applications.

Gas Seal

Lubricants can take up the clearance between moving parts via capillary force, sealing the gap. Shafts and pistons can be sealed with this effect.


The benefits of additives include decreased wear and friction, higher viscosity, enhanced viscosity index, and resistance to oxidation, aging, contamination, and corrosion.

  1. Exceptionally wide service temperature range of -30°C to +1000°C.
  2. Easy and non-destructive disassembly even after extended periods of operation at high temperatures and unfavorable working environments.
  3. High load withstanding capacity.
  4. Effectively creates a matrix between mating surfaces to prevent metal-to-metal contact.
  5. Molysulf advanced lubricant protects the surface from wear and friction.
  6. Good corrosion protection.
  7. Water resistant.
  8. Ensures consistent tightening of threaded connections and provides an ideal balance between torque required to tighten and pretension.
  9. Prevents bolt breaking, sintering, fusion, seizure, thread stripping, and distortion of threads.

Instructions For Use

Prepare the surface by cleaning and degreasing it with a wire brush to remove any leftover residue or micro rust before applying this lubricant. Apply the paste in sufficient amounts on the surface using the wire brush, you only need to remove a thin layer of the paste because it leaves a good sealing effect. Do not mix this advanced lubricant with other oils or greases.

Wrapping Up

ASV ASTC Molysulf Advanced Lubricant is perfect for both industrial and non-industrial applications because of its many characteristics and advantages. Its special composition, which is based on copper and solid lubricants, guarantees wear and corrosion resistance, high-temperature resistance, and smooth operation. This grease is a dependable option for keeping machinery and equipment operating at peak efficiency because of its broad service temperature range, simplicity in disassembly, and high load capacity.


  1. A material (like grease) that, when applied as a layer between solid surfaces, can lower wear, heat, and friction.
  2. A means of reducing or eliminating resistance or difficulty.

Lubrication is essential for machinery maintenance because it minimizes wear and friction between moving parts, prolonging the life of the equipment and enhancing its efficiency, dependability, safety, and ability to regulate temperature. Moreover, lubricants absorb heat produced by friction, stop overheating, and lessen noise and vibration.

Eighty to ninety percent petroleum hydrocarbon distillate and ten to twenty percent additives are used to give lubricating lubricants their particular characteristics. Paraffinic or naphthenic chemicals typically make up the petroleum hydrocarbon distillate.

A lubricant’s thickness or resistance to deformation can determine whether it is classified as low, medium, or high viscosity. The load, speed, and working conditions of the machinery are taken into consideration while choosing the proper viscosity level.

Lubes come in four varieties. Penetrating lubricants, oil, grease, and dry lubricants. Dry and penetrating lubricants are still used at your business, but the two most common lubricants you’ll deal with regularly are oil and grease.