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- ItemHigh Performance Wet Lubricant
- Size16 oz.
- Container TypeAerosol Can
- Temp. Range-40 Degrees to 450 Degrees F
- Flash Point200 Degrees F
- Dielectric Strength47,000V
- VOC Content84%
- Specific Gravity0.83
- Metal DetectableNo
- ApplicationUse to Lubricate Bearings, Cables, Chains, Nuts, Bolts, Rollers, Hinges, Sockets, Pulleys,, Sliding Surfaces
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Hazardous material - Other Regulated Material
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