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United States
Patented Jan. 15, 1963
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viscosity of 280-300 seconds at 100° F. and a speci?r
gravity of about 0.925 at 60° F. Raw sperm oil, as ob
tained from whale blubber, consists essentially of a ho
George F. Chmelilt, Downers Grove, and John Danaczko,
Jr., Oak Park, Ill., assignors to Western Electric Com
pany, Incorporated, New York, N.Y.,.a corporation of
New York
mogeneous admixture of spermacetti, a waxy constituent
and a relatively light oil constituting the “re?ned spern
oil” used in the present invention. The two constituents
are separated and are sold separately on a commercial
No Drawing. Filed Feb. 18, 1%0, Ser. No. 9,427
Claims. (Cl. 252-56)
The present invention relates generally to certain
new compositions of matter that are especially useful
as lubricants and to methods of preparing such com
The mixture of 55 grams lanolin and 275 milliliters oi
sperm oil yields approximately 17.9% by weight
w re?ned
of lanolin. Although mixtures of between 5 and 30%
lanolin are suitable for various applications, a mixture
‘of 15 to 20% is preferred for most molding applications
The mixture of lanolin and sperm oil is stirred vigor
positions, and more particularly to lubricants that may 15 A ously, which gives off heat, and is heated additionally
where necessary to a temperature su?icient to provide
be sprayed onto the operative portions of automatic
solution of the lanolin in the re?ned sperm oil. A heat
molding presses for pulverulent material.
ing temperature of about 140° F. is su?icient to provide
Accordingly, an object of the invention is to provide
the required solution in most cases. The mixture is then
certain new compositions of matter that are especially
useful as lubricants and methods of preparing such 20 allowed to cool slowly to room temperature, as by simply
removing both the heat and the stirring. As the mixture
cools, a substantial portion of the lanolin crystallizes out
A related object of the invention is to provide
and goes into suspension in the ‘form of fine needlelilte
new and useful lubricants, particularly such as may.
crystals having a thickness of the order of 2~15 microns
be sprayed onto objects to be lubricated.
and of varying length. The material is now ready for
A further object of the invention is to provide new
use as a lubricant for a wide variety of objects, preferably
and improved lubricants that may be sprayed onto the
operative portions of molding presses for pulverulent
In the manufacture of permalloy dust cores for load
ing coils in the telephone industry, it is required to com
press a mixture of permalloy powder coated with a com
posite inorganic insulating material into a ring. Accord
ing to one embodiment of the process, disclosed in
without the addition of any other material such as sol
vents, thinners or emulsifying agents. ' Speci?cally, ii
is desired to provide an anhydrous mixture, and no water
30 is added at any stage of the process.
The lubricant may be applied as needed to the parts
to be lubricated, and preferably is automatically applied
even to moving parts by ordinary spraying techniques.
An'important aspect of the invention is that the material
A. F. Bandur Patent 2,105,070, permalloy particles are
insulated with about 1.25% by weight of a mixture of 35 is su?iciently ?uid (a viscosity of approximately 407
seconds, Saybolt universal viscosity, at 100° F.) and the
magnesium hydroxide, sodium silicate, and tale in three
lanolin crystals are ?ne enough so that the lubricant may
stages. The insulated particles are compressed in an
readily be sprayed onto the moving parts, such as the
automatic molding press at a pressure of approximately
platens, dies, etc. of automatic molding presses used in
200,000 psi. after each application of the insulation.
The core is ?red at a temperature of 1000 to 1200° F. 40 compressing core rings from permalloy powder coated
with inorganic insulating material as previously described.
after the last insulating and compressing operation to
Mineral lubricants are usually absorbed by the particles
produce the ?nished product.
of talc used in insulating core rings, which absorption
Another object of the invention is to provide new
sometimes produces unsatisfactory cores; whereas, the
and improved lubricating compositions which may be
sprayed onto the operative portions of automatic mold 4.5 subject lubricant is not so absorbed. In addition, any
lubricaut'that is compressed into the core is vaporized
.ing presses for insulated permalloy particles, which
completely on the ?ring of the core and leaves substan
lubricants do not react adversely with the composition
tially no ash or residue.
being compressed and are vaporized completely when
the compressed articles are ?red.
' The lubricant suspension of the invention has the fol
With the foregoing and other objects in view, a new 50 lowing important properties, among others:
(I) A.P.I. gravity 21;
composition of matter illustrative of the invention and
useful as a lubricant, consists of an anhydrous suspen
sion of lanolin in re?ned sperm oil from which all
spermacetti has been substantially completely removed.
(2) Flash point 430° F. (Cleveland Open Cup);
(3) Fire point 520° F. (Cleveland Open Cup);
(4) Saybolt universal viscosity at 76° F.—1755
The lanolin constitutes between about 5 and 30% by 55 seconds, at 100° F.—~407 seconds, and at 210° F.~69.3
weight of the mixture, preferably between about 15 and
(5) The lubricant has extreme pressure character
20% of the mixture, and exists principally in the form
of 2-15 micron needlelike crystals suspended in the
(6) The lubricant has excellent adhesive and cohesive
sperm oil. This lubricant is prepared by heating and
mixing the ingredients until the lanolin dissolves, followed 60 properties;
(7) The uniform light suspension permits spraying
by slow cooling whereby a substantial portion of the
onto the parts to be lubricated to permit automatic
lanolin crystalizes out.
(8) The suspension is completely combustible leaving
no ash or residue;
According to one speci?c example of the invention, 65
(9) The suspension is not adversely affected by light
55 grams of U.S.P. lanolin are blended with 275 milli
or ambient temperature; and
liters of an aerated, re?ned sperm oil from which all
(10) The material is not absorbed by various in<
spermacetti has been substantially completely removed.‘
organic materials, and particularly not by talc.
Although one speci?c example of the invention has
the Archer-Daniels-Midland Company under the desig
been described in detail hereinabove, it will be obvious
that various modi?cations may be made from the speci?c
nation “Polysperm 300,” which has a Saybolt universal
Such a re?ned sperm oil is available commercially from
etails described without departing from the spirit and
:ope of the invention.
What is claimed is:
1. As a new composition of matter, an anhydrous
ing the mixture slowly to room temperature whereby a
- substantial portion of the lanolin crystallizes out into
JSPEllSlOl'l of ?nely divided lanolin a substantial portion
2-15 micron needlelike crystals which are suspended in
the re?ned sperm oil.
4. The method as recited in claim 3, wherein the mix
f which exists in the form of 2~l5 micron needlelike I
ture of lanolin and re?ned sperm oil is heated to a
rystals suspended in re?ned sperm oil from which all
maximum temperature of about 140° F. prior to the
perrnacetti has been substantially completely removed,
cooling step.
1e lanolin constituting between 5 and 30% by weight
f the mixture.
2. The composition recited in claim 1 wherein the
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
inolin comprises between 15 and 20% by weight of the
3. The method of preparing a lubricant, which com
Bandur ______________ .._ Mar, 17, 1942
Jahn ________________ _- July 29, 1952
rises the steps of heating and thoroughly mixing 85 15
o 80% by weight of an aerated re?ned sperm oil from
JhlCh substantially all sperniacctti has been removed
llih 15 to 20% by weight of U.S.P. lanolin until the
molin dissolves in the refined sperm oil, and then cool
Bastian: “Metalworking Lubricants,” McGraw-Hill
Co., Inc., 1951, pages 106-132.
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