Information guide

Designers and manufacturers use damping greases for their viscosity performance to provide a "velvety feel" and very quiet operation on focusing mechanisms such as microscopes, zoom lenses on 35mm cameras and other optical instruments.

Damping greases are also used in electronic controls such as potentiometers, where they provide smooth, quiet, controlled movement and allow very precise, cost-effective adjustments that could not otherwise be made by hand.

They are also found in gear trains and motors, electric switches, outdoor entertainment equipment, laser controls, and many automotive, hand control, and dashboard applications. 

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General purpose greases


Low torque greases


Damping greases for high temperature