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ZF1 Nanotech Presents:
Transcript of ZF1 Nanotech Presents:
Blank riffle barrels, made of non-stainless steal are susceptible to corrosion, are being treated with an oil to protect it against corrosion.
When treating with oil, the riffles must be completely covered with a thin layer to protect from contact with corrosive substances, such as moisture, oxygen acids and fingerprints..
The blank riffle must be completely covered with a thin film to protect from contact with corrosive substances, such as moisture, oxygen, acids and fingerprints.
After each use the weapon should be cleaned from all impurities. The main focus is to remove bullet abrasions or aggressive combustion residue.
does not react with conventional plastics, rubber, glass, coatings, ceramic, brass, aluminum(general raw and polished), stainless steel, raw iron, zinc, metals,solder, textiles, wood and coils.
is free of resin,silicone's, acrylics, Teflon and aromatic solvents.
is resistant against surfactants; it can be cleaned with brake cleaner or solvent based alcoholic cleaners.
ZF1 Nanotech Presents:
The cleaning and preservation funds for weapons
SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR APPLICATION:
Specially designed for arms barrels, weapons closures, magazines, cartridge bearings, adapters, towed/smooth riffle barrels and barrels to protects against corrosion.
Visual checks of the barrels interior is only possible with advanced technical equipment.
Thus, the result of bare metal surfaces on the inside of the barrel is not fully protected against corrosion.
For longer storage periods, oiling of the riffle barrel has to be repeated on a regular basis.
The evaporation of oil after some time no longer protects the barrels interior surface from corrosion.
Due to inaccessibility of inside surfaces, oiling of the inside is quit difficult and only possible under use of special aids, such as an extended brush.
Brush fibers will only act on selective points and the riffle barrel will only be coated with an oil film.
SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR APPLICATION
Flooding the entire barrel with a conservative oil could be long lasting and reliable protection against corrosion but it is rarely applied in practice.
The dismounting of the barrel often requires extreme efforts and on the other hand is the risk of dysfunction of the lock mechanism because of the oil penetrating through the pin hole into the lock and resonates the mechanism.
Weapons today are usually being degreased before use, as oil residues spoil the stability of a bullet fired, and increase the hitting area of the bullets.
This increases the danger area around the target which leads to the oil shot.
can not be mixed up with water and does not emulsify.
is weather and temperature resistant and remains in the range between -55 degrees Celsius and + 130 fully effective.
remains due to its oily consistency, permanently flexible, and there for it is the ideal moisture and corrosion protection for flexible parts.
MARKET AND INNOVATION LEADERSHIP
1. ZF2-Weapon Protects cleans and lubricates the sprayed weapons parts and forms a long lasting corrosion protection.
2. Using a special Nanotechnological compound prevents rust, corrosion and the residual protective film shields against moisture and other impurities.
3. The unique formulation of ZF2-Weapon ensures the safe use of your weapon in the cold, hot, in dusty,dirty,sandy and even salty environments
ZF2 act at a molecular level, this means the product integrates itself into the metal and once applied, one must wait 10-15 minutes.
Excess liquid must be removed with a microfiber cloth. This is very important with weapons, this way there is no gunpowder buildup from the explosion, from the breech, striker, and top of the cannon as well as the ejection point.