[Beowulf] What is the right lubricant for computer rack sliding rails?

Ethan VanMatre evm at stccmop.org
Fri Feb 6 12:17:41 EST 2009


Might as well throw in my choice - McLube Sailkote - I use it on the 
Sail track on my sailboat....

"It dries quickly to a hard, smooth, ultra-slick, hydrophobic dry 
coating that bonds tenaciously to almost any surface. And because 
Sailkote is a dry lubricant, it will not attract dirt or contaminants 
and will not transfer to other surfaces, or you.

Sailkote is typically *five times* as effective, and lasts much longer 
than, wax, oil or Teflon® based lubricants."

If you can believe them. However it does work on the boat quite well.

--Ethan

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Ethan VanMatre - Research Systems Engineer - Computer Systems Manager
Center for Coastal Margin Observation and Prediction (CMOP)
Oregon Health & Science University
(503) 748-1157  evm at stccmop.org



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