Boron Nitride
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Boron Nitride

Combat® Industrial Boron Nitride powders are pure, white, ceramic materials with a hexagonal crystal structure similar to graphite. Commonly known as “white graphite,” hexagonal BN (hBN) is a man-made ceramic produced by reacting boric acid or boron oxide and nitrogen at temperatures above 1600°C. The resulting product is a slippery white powder that has excellent high temperature stability (oxidation resistant up to 850°C) and lubricating properties.

Boron nitride is white (clean appearance), non-toxic and a non-conductor of electricity, and is an excellent substitute for other commonly used lubricants in metals processing such as graphite, molybdenum disulfide, and organic waxes and oils. In most cases, boron nitride substantially improves the efficiency of these applications.

The product is sold in containers as well as in aerosol cans.

More information: Saint Gobains website