On 12/6/2010 6:55 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Might be a 'great' LUBE, but what about electrical/electronics use?
> Dissimilar metals play havoc with some joints.
> Had a bad time with 'birdies' due to one dissimilar joint where I had
> grounded a coax line at the base of a tower with copper strap secured
> to the aluminum tower using Noalox. Seems the copper/aluminum
> junction rectified every shortwave station that the tri-band yagi heard!
Never-Seez and "anti galvanic action" materials come with a number of
"I think" you might need a thin piece of SS between the Aluminum and
Copper in that case. I said "I think" because I don't remember for sure
what should be used as an intermediary in that case.
> Quoting jimlux<email@example.com>:
>> Roger (K8RI) wrote:
>>> On 12/5/2010 7:39 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>>> Doesn't it depends on the 'metallic compounds' ?
>>> I would think so, but like the "joint compounds" for dissimilar
>>> metals, it comes with copper, zinc, aluminum, nickle, graphite, and
>>> ...let's see if I can even spell....Molybdenum disulphide. Spell
>>> checker darn near choked on that one, but it makes one whale of a
>>> high pressure, low velocity/rpm grease.
>> MoS2 is used in motorcycle chain lube, and probably bicycle lube, too.
>> Small bottles available.
>> Great stuff..
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