New literature details DayLube nanoceramic grease

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Updated Jan 19, 2011

New DayLube high-performance grease, which uses nanoceramic particles that act as submicroscopic ball bearings to provide continuous lubrication to steel surfaces, is detailed in a new 4-page full-color brochure from Dayton Progress. Copies of the literature are available online at

DayLube is NSF-H1 Food Grade Certified and is formulated for added adhesion that helps extends production. It is suited for a wide range of industrial applications such as the protection of bearings, bushings cables, cams, chains, conveyors, gears, lifters, machine parts, robotics, slides, wear plates and more. Industries benefiting from this product include aerospace, agricultural, automotive, can makers, consumer goods, food and beverage processing, general manufacturing, marine, material handling, medical/scientific, military/national defense, pharmaceutical, stamping & fabricating, truck & bus, and more.

With a lower coefficient of friction at all temperatures, chemically inert DayLube also is formulated to be environmentally friendly. Since DayLube is made to maintain its viscosity across full temperature range and to not soften or run out, it shows little evidence of breaking down, even after 100,000 production strokes, providing added friction reduction and wear resistance. DayLube is formulated to operate in temperature ranges from -40 to 800 degrees Fahrenheit, while the nanoceramic particles remain intact to 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit. It also offers high load-bearing properties and a low dielectric constant, does not contain metal or silicone, and is resistant to steam, acids and most chemical products, according to the company. The product is available in 16-ounce tubes and 16-ounce jars, and 5-gallon pails.