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- ItemIndustrial Lubricant
- Size16 oz.
- Container TypeAerosol Can
- BaseMineral Oil with PTFE
- Temp. Range-60 Degrees to 475 Degrees F
- Flash PointNone
- Dielectric Strength10,500V
- VOC Content48.20%
- Specific Gravity0.78
- Metal DetectableNo
- ApplicationCables, Ball, Socket Joints, Air Power Tools, Conveyors, Electric Power Tools
- StandardsNSF Registered, Category Code H2
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Other Regulated Material
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