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- ItemSuperior Lubricant
- Size2 oz.
- Container TypeSqueeze Bottle
- BaseMineral Oil with PTFE
- Temp. Range-60 Degrees to 475 Degrees F
- Flash Point154 Degrees F
- Dielectric Strength10,500V
- VOC Content35.25%
- Specific Gravity0.78
- Metal DetectableNo
- ApplicationLubricating Bearings, Pulleys, Cables, Nuts, Bolts, Conveyors, Rollers
- StandardsNSF Registered, Category Code H2, ASTM D3233, ASTM D2266
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