Corrosion Inhibitor, Wet Lubricant Film, 175°F Max. Operating Temp., 1 gal. Can
- Item # 20Y605
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 03128
- Catalog Page # 2497
- UNSPSC # 15121802
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- Item Corrosion Inhibitor
- Lubricant NSF Rating H2 Food Grade
- Lubricant Film Wet
- Indoor Life Expectancy Medium
- Outdoor Life Expectancy Medium
- Removability Moderate
- Min. Operating Temp. -40 Degrees F
- Max. Operating Temp. 175 Degrees F
- Lubricant Container Can
- Container Size 1 gal.
- Lubricant Color Brown
- Specific Gravity 0.82
- VOC Content 75%
- Flash Point 108.5 Degrees F
- Standards MIL-C-16173D-Grade 2, MIL-C-0083933A, AIMS 09-08-000 Type I Grade 2
- Application Aircraft Fuselages; Battery Terminals; Cables; Cargo Sections; Chains; Elevators; Interior Sections of Vehicle Doors. Works as a paint Primer over rust
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Combustible Liquids
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