HDI, short for "Hardened Deformation Interfaces," is an innovative solution that can withstand temperatures of up to 2,500°F. Created through a combination of mechanical and material science, HDI-2500 is an induction hardening fluid designed to condition metal surfaces in place. It boasts exceptional lubricity, reducing friction by 90% and preventing wear by an impressive 700%. HDI-2500 is a unique blend of botanical oils carefully bonded in a specific molecular order, resulting in elongated and stressed molecules. This stress allows HDI-2500 to swiftly penetrate heat-generating interfaces, initiating its powerful action even at temperatures as low as 90°F.
Once HDI-2500 reaches the contact interface, it undergoes a "Tribostatic charge" reaction with the carbon of steel, liberating Iron Oxide Ions. These ions react to produce significant amounts of nitrogen in the oil, enabling the carbon in the steel to absorb the resins and nitrogen. This absorption of HDI-2500 facilitates plastic deformation or super polishing forging, while the final Tribostatic charge reaction incorporates the absorbed nitrogen into the carbon, resulting in a surface hardening of 5 microns deep and a hardness increase of 20 points on the R"c" scale.
By hardening the contact interfaces, HDI-2500 firmly bonds the lubricity of the resin into the carbon, effectively eliminating 90% of friction and reducing wear by a staggering 700%, even under extreme temperatures reaching up to 2,500°F.
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