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Anti-seize compound handles high temps

Aug. 4, 2008
Thred Gard helps protect metal against seizing, galling, rust, and corrosion. The non-drip, non-hardening formula is suitable for use on nuts, bolts, bushings, sleeves, couplings, and other interlocking components

Thred Gard helps protect metal against seizing, galling, rust, and corrosion. The non-drip, non-hardening formula is suitable for use on nuts, bolts, bushings, sleeves, couplings, and other interlocking components. It speeds assembly and disassembly, helping technicians reduce maintenance-related downtime. Three compounds suit various temperatures: A general-purpose formula handles temperatures up to 1,000° F; a copper-based formula is suitable to 1,800° F; and a nickel-based formula withstands up to 2,600° F.

Federal Process Corp.
Gasoila Chemicals Div.
www.gasoila.com
(800) 846-7325

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