|423 Graphite Powder is a fine black powder that can be mixed with West System 105 Epoxy Resin to produce a low-friction exterior coating with increased durability and abrasion resistance. Commonly used as a bearing surface and as a coating on rudders and centerboards. Cures to black color.|
What I use it for is a coating on the bottom of my rc racing boat. I mix it into automotive clear coat and spray it on the surface of the boat to help it slide across the water easier. I sand it with fine sandpaper after it’s cured out. Works great.
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The graphite powder is black in color. It is a very fine filler, and is added to epoxies and resin to create a slurry to fill pin holes on composite surfaces.
This will have a 325 mesh. Our supplier has not used this as a lubricant but they do not see any issues with that.