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Anti Sieze Compound, Copper Rich, 8 oz.
- Item # 46F525
- Mfr. Model # 72851
- UNSPSC # 15121515
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 0.87 lbs.
- ItemAnti Sieze Compound
- TypeCopper Rich
- Size8 oz.
- Size/Net Weight (Oz.)8
- Temp. Range (F)-65 to 1800 Degrees
- Flash Point (F)480 Degrees
- Specific Gravity1.23
- ContainsMicro-Sized Copper Flakes Dispersed in a Non-Melt, High Temp Grease
- ApplicationResists seizure for easy breakout on all metal connections including Stainless Steel. Highly conductive for electrical connections. Protects against galling, heat-freeze, rust and corrosion. Great for threaded fittings, keyways, all sliding surfaces, battery terminals, bulb sockets, line connections, lugs, clamps, gaskets, spark plugs, manifolds, bushings, flanges, bolts and cap screws.
- CharacteristicsCopper Color Grease
- StandardsExceeds MIL-A-907E
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