Lubricant Coating Implementation Examples

Problems and background before implementation

Issues with sliding outer portions of mobile phones and cameras

The lubrication of sliding outer portions of mobile phones and cameras, which are often touched by users, commonly employs non-transcription types.
When durability is required, lubrication plating and painting are mainly used.
The plating and painting, however, often cannot be done in-house and need to be outsourced to specialists.
Mass-produced products have sliding portions that are limited to certain parts, each requiring painting with pin-point accuracy.
It is not easy to only coat each sliding portion in a pin-point manner, while coating the entire parts will be costly.
Coated films may produce irregular surfaces, and such coating may not to be applicable to the sliding portions of sensitive designs.


HANARL lubricant coating resolves all the issues!!

The lubricant coating developed by Kanto Kasei shows no transcription and can be used reliably on exterior parts.
Despite its non-transcriptive nature, the coating is highly durable and cannot be wiped off, ensuring amazingly long life.
The coating can be done in-house, eliminating the need for outsourcing, improving workability and drastically cutting the work time.
The quick-dry type is less likely to be irregular and can reliably be used for sliding portions with small gaps.
The use of dedicated cleaner allows reworking to be performed.

Implementation effects

Time and cost has been drastically reduced.

Amazing lubrication effect. Mere application forms highly durable films without transcription.
The outsourcing has been eliminated, which has significantly improved the time efficiency.
The cost has been reduced significantly, as the coating allows reworking of failed products. This is to solve more than two problems with one solution.
Please be sure to try Kanto Kasei’s lubricant coating!!