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We first started working with the Rock Island Arsenal on dry film lubricants in 1961. Since then, the U.S. Army has continued to use Sandstrom coatings to inhibit corrosion and reduce friction in its weapons. And the commercial weapons industry regularly turns to Sandstrom for quality products as well. Our external coatings offer superior corrosion resistance for upper and lower receivers, as well as internal components. We also provide original and maintenance coatings for gun magazines—and tens of millions of bullets get coated each year with our moly coatings. 

  • POXYLUBE® #859

Poxylube® #859 Dry Film Lubricant is a single component heat cured water base coating formulated with PTFE to provide excellent lubrication, fluid resistance and corrosion protection. This heat cured material prevents corrosion, galling, seizing and fretting.

Once Poxylube® #859 has been applied to a properly prepared surface and cured, it is virtually unaffected by atmospheric and fretting corrosion, solvents, acids, oils and degreasers. Poxylube® #859 can be applied to all metallic and nonmetallic surfaces by spray or dip application.

POXYLUBE® #859 CONTAINS NO GRAPHITE.

STANDARD COLORS: Black / Desert Tan / Olive Drab / Urban Assault Gray

*Custom colors available upon request.

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  • 28A

Sandstrom 28A Solid Film Lubricant is a lacquer-like coating containing molybdenum disulfide and corrosion inhibiting pigments. This air drying material prevents corrosion, galling, seizing and fretting. It is a low-friction coating that exhibits long wear life when operated at -320°F to +300°F under loads exceeding 100,000 psi. Sandstrom 28A should be applied where baking with the longer wearing, heat cured #099, Sandstrom 9A or LC-300 is not desirable or practical.

Once 28A has been applied to a properly prepared surface and allowed to cure, it is virtually unaffected by atmospheric and fretting corrosion, acids, oils and degreasers. Sandstrom 28A can be applied to all metallic and non-metallic surfaces by spray application

MIL-PRF-46147 TYPE I FORMS 1 & 2

MIL-L-23398 TYPES I & II 

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  • 9A

Sandstrom 9A dry film lubricant is a paint-like coating containing molybdenum disulfide and corrosion inhibiting pigments. This heat curing material prevents corrosion, galling, seizing and fretting. It is a low-friction coating which exhibits long wear life when operated at -320°F to +500°F under loads exceeding 100,000 psi. Sandstrom 9A should be applied where maximum wear life and corrosion protection from a dry film lubricant are required.

Sandstrom 9A may be applied by brush, dip or spray method to a wide variety of surfaces. After it is heat cured, 9A is virtually unaffected by atmospheric and fretting corrosion, solvents, acids, oils or degreasers and is not re-softened at elevated temperatures.

SAE AS5272 Type II (Formerly MIL-L-46010 Type II)

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  • #099

Sandstrom #099 dry film lubricant is a paint-like coating containing molybdenum disulfide and corrosion inhibiting pigments. This heat curing material prevents corrosion, galling, seizing, and fretting. It is a low-friction coating that exhibits long wear life when operated at -320°F to +500°F under loads exceeding 100,000 psi. Sandstrom #099 should be applied where maximum wear life and corrosion protection from a dry film lubricant are required.

Sandstrom #099 may be applied by brush, dip or spray method to a wide variety of surfaces. After it is heat cured, #099 is virtually unaffected by atmospheric and fretting corrosion, solvents, acids, oils, degreasers and is not re-softened at elevated temperatures.

MIL-PRF-46010H  (Formerly MIL-L-46010 Type III)

AS5272E Type III

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  • LC-300

Sandstrom LC-300 is a lead free lacquer-like dry film lubricant coating containing molybdenum disulfide and corrosion-inhibiting pigments. This Heat Curing material prevents corrosion, galling, seizing and fretting. It is a low-friction coating that exhibits long wear life when operated at -320°F to +400°F under loads exceeding 100,000 psi.

LC-300 may be applied by brush, dip or spray method. After it is heat cured, LC-300 is virtually unaffected by atmospheric and fretting corrosion, solvents, acids, oils and degreasers and is not re-softened at elevated temperatures

 AS5272E Type I (Formerly MIL-L-46010 Type I & MIL-L-8937)

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