Mg Chemicals 8464-1 Static Dissipative Anti-Corrosive Grease
by MG Chemicals
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The 8464 static dissipative, anti-corrosive grease is a non-bleeding grease that is produced with an extremely temperature stable, low-volatility synthetic oil. This grease inhibits corrosion and has easily passed a 1000 H salt spray corrosion... Read more
FeaturesThe 8464 static dissipative, anti-corrosive grease is a non-bleeding grease that is produced with an extremely temperature stable, low-volatility synthetic oil. This grease inhibits corrosion and has easily passed a 1000 H salt spray corrosion Test. Low weight loss after extended periods at high temperature suggests very high vacuum stability. The 8464 grease lubricates and helps discharge static build up, and protects against corrosion. This grease is designed to lubricate and provide powerful protection against corrosion, while remaining stable in high temperatures and under extreme temperature cycling. As well, it contains a small amount of conductive filler to prevent static buildup. It is extremely useful for protecting and lubricating metal parts in static sensitive applications in extreme environments. The grease performance depends on mainly on surface preparation. Improperly prepared contact surfaces can degrade the grease stability, conductivity, and lubrication characteristics. While the thickness and coverage are also important, the application method itself can easily be adjusted according to performance and application needs. Prerequisites wear gloves and protective clothing (see 8464 MSDS); this product is messy. Clean and dry the surface of the substrate to remove other oils and greases, as well as dust, water, solvents, or any other contaminants. Recommendations: use mg 406B Super wash or mg 824 isopropyl alcohol. Equipment lint free cloth (for cleaning contact and for wiping excess residue) spatula or stick application tools (sized appropriately for your application). isopropyl alcohol or other residue-free organic solvents. Note: avoid oil-based cleaners (like WD-40) that are designed to leave a film on the metal surface. Contaminant oil or grease films may Act like barriers reducing the electrical contact between the conductive paste and the Metallic substrate.