Protects against extreme temperature seizing and corrosion, allowing for easy disassembly of parts. It is resistant to most chemicals, salt water, and exposure to the elements. advanced formula is non-hardening and non-dripping, and will remain homogenous during storage. resists galling and minimises corrosion.
Copper is designed for use on all alloys, plastics, brass, copper and steel, with the exception of stainless steel. (Temperature Range: -155°C to +985°C.)
Nickel is recommended for use on stainless steel and all metals. (Temperature Range: -100°C to +1200°C)
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