Rydol formulates, manufactures and
distributes specialty high performance, environmentally
safe, "green" biodegradable, lubricants and friction and
drag reduction additives under brand name
RyDol® brings together the newest technological developments in the advanced materials sciences and engineering of PTFE and HBN technology in biodegradable fluids. Through this combination, exceptional performance is realized.
RyDol® Products, Inc., is a family owned small business operated by a 30 year Navy veteran.
Family of Products
family of products include a biodegradable cleaner, solvent
and degreaser for industrial and home use; non-seize grease;
firearms bore conditioner, bore-cleaner, and bolt & trigger
Products use soybean oil, grease and methyl esters as base
fluids enhanced with PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) and HBN
(Hexagonal Boron Nitride).
RyDol® products are primarily a concentrated formulation of organic, extreme pressure, stable, and long lasting multi-purpose lubricants and additives that have been engineered especially for protection of the full spectrum of high technology metals such as titanium, chrome moly and stainless steels found in high performance equipment as well as softer aluminum, copper, bronze and other malleable metals.
Specialty additives for friction and drag reduction are based on colloidal suspended HBN platelets and PTFE particles that form an embedded protective shield. The embedment is NOT a laminate or coating and does not change tolerances. The particles maintain an electrostatic attraction and fit into the asperities (low spots) of the pressure bearing surfaces thus providing a more "hydraulic" or smoother, slicker surface for friction reduction.
RyDol® technology integrates the latest developments from the laboratory in organic materials to benefit the world of anti-friction; tribology, and surface protection and preservation against corrosion and deterioration. RyDol® brings together advanced fluids and micron sized solid particles in colloidal suspension that revolutionize this specialized applied physics field.
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Lubricants are derived from many natural and synthetic compounds. Here is a list of common groups of lubricant technology based on their relative (lowest to highest) "lubricating" characteristics.
Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2)
Synthesized Hydrocarbons (PAO)
Fluoropolymers (FLUON, TEFLON, etc)
HBN (Hexagonal Boron Nitride)