On 1/28/2011 3:47 PM, Robert Harmon wrote:
Another one is the LPS series. LPS-2 is sometimes used for corrosion
There is LPS 1, 2, and 3. LPS 1 being primarily a penetrating oil of
very low viscosity and rather high volatility. LPS 2 is a grease
suspended in a solvent (Likely LPS1) that evaporates leaving a thin
layer of grease behind. LPS 3 is a fairly high viscosity lube/grease
that can be sprayed out of the can.
Corrosion proofing of airplanes done with LPS-2 lasts for years. Don't
get it done in the winter, or every time the weather warms up the thing
will set there on the ramp (or in the hangar) dripping grease. Done in
the Summer they drip for a week or two.
> I like T-9.
> I use it a lot for anti corrosion/rusting outside and in the shop.
> My drill press and table saw tops stay nice with a spray with T-9, best stuff
> I have used. My second hobby is restoring classic racing bicycles. T-9 is
> for all the components, especially on the chains.
> On Jan 28, 2011, at 12:31 PM, Jack wrote:
>> T-9 produced by Boeing.
>> Can be found at marine& aeronautical stores.
>> At 11:38 PM 1/27/2011, Geoffrey Way wrote:
>>> A friend at work showed me a spray can of Corrosion-X, and
>>> said it might be a good thing to use for preventing corrosion on
>>> metal parts. Can
>>> anyone offer their experiences on this product? -- KA1IOR
>>> Geoffrey Way
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