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Simply referred to as “Moly,” molybdenum disulfide is used both separately as a dry lubricant and as an ingredient in lubricating greases. Without the use of an oil medium, dry lubricants minimize friction between two sliding surfaces. Grease has typically employed molybdenum disulfide to lubricate bits.
Moly greases are typically employed in processes where metal surfaces are sliding against one another under high pressure. These include roller bearings that are subjected to shock loading and very severe loads. In slow or oscillating motion that is employed in universal and CV joints, moly greases are also advised.
The global molybdenum disulfide grease market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Molybdenum disulfide grease is used in end-use industries like aerospace, automobiles, and chemicals, among others. Over the projection period, demand for molybdenum disulfide grease will rise as a result of the expansion of various end-use industries.
From a macroeconomic standpoint, as the development of the end-use industries for molybdenum disulfide primarily depends upon these factors, global economic growth and growth in industrial value added will also have a significant impact on the market growth throughout the projection period.
However, the availability of substitutes like tungsten disulfide will impede the market’s expansion for molybdenum disulfide. Molybdenum disulfide has qualities like being useless in low-temperature applications. Additionally, the availability of inferior goods from regional rivals may limit the growth of the worldwide molybdenum disulfide grease market over the forecast period.
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