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MG Chemicals 8463-7G Silver Conductive Grease, 7 g Syringe, Silver

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Specifications for this item
Part Number 8463-7G
Brand Name MG Chemicals
Color Silver
LowerTemperature Range -58  Degrees Fahrenheit
Upper Temperature Range 392  Degrees Fahrenheit
UPC 779008846377
EAN 0779008846377
Manufacturer Series Number 846
Number of Items 1
Size 7 grams
Temperature Range -58/392  Degrees Fahrenheit
UNSPSC Code 12000000

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Product Features

  • Silver grease provides antistatic conductivity
  • Maximum thermal conductivity between sliding surfaces, while providing protection from moisture and corrosion
  • Typical applications include lubrication of substation switches or circuit breakers, heat dissipation from transformers, or static grounding on seals or O-rings
  • Paste consistency
  • Temperature range: -58 to 392 degree F

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  • Shipping Weight: 0.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B005T8QLYM
  • Item model number: 8463-7G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,174 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Product Description

This silver grease provides antistatic conductivity and maximum thermal conductivity between sliding surfaces, while providing protection from moisture and corrosion. Typical applications include lubrication of substation switches or circuit breakers, heat dissipation from transformers, or static grounding on seals or O-rings. Excellent moister resistance, chemical resistance, thermal conductivity, lubrication properties and protection from oxication.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dsrok on November 4, 2013
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It solved the intermittent electrical engine harness connection my car had due to a connector damaged by the dealer from the last time they flashed the ECM in my car. Unfortunately it took 9 months for the damage to rear it's ugly head, which left no proof or recourse with the car dealer & me with a car that would break down throwing random codes for random sensors. After 8 months of breakdowns costing $600 to over $800 each time, where each place only replaced parts citing the computer indicated they were bad, I finally took a meter to the car & diagnosed it over a 4 hour period.
After finding the damaged harness connector I got to thinking...why not try this silver grease. Well, after carefully applying it & packing it into each indidual terminal of the connector of the harness, my intermittent connection & random code & breakdown problem went away.
Apparently Chrysler sells a connector repair kit ($400), but with labor & the cost of the special tools it was over a $1,000 job, so this silver grease was a bargain for low voltage, low amperage DC applications.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Russell Dember on September 22, 2012
This review is for MG Chemicals Silver (ELECTRICALLY) Conductive Grease (catalog number 8463-7G). 7 gram syringe. This IS NOT the more common silver filled THERMALLY conductive heat sink grease.

The label states, "Provides maximum electrical and thermal conductivity between sliding surfaces while providing protection from moisture and corrosion. Contains silver, dimethylpoly-siloxane (chemical name for silicone) and carbon black."

This Silver filled (ELECTRICALLY) Conductive Grease worked wonders on some intermittent contacts on the battery holders for my old Heathkit MM-1 multi-meter. See the picture I posted above. The batteries are used to power the resistance measurements so the meter reading was very sensitive to variations in contact resistance between the components mentioned. Alkaline batteries seem to be harder to maintain a good contact to than the old style carbon-zinc batteries and throw in some corrosion on the beryllium copper contact fingers from battery leaks and the meter was practically useless on the low resistance measuring scale. Before I applied the grease I was getting lots of variation on the meter when I was zeroing it and tying to use it. Most of the time I could not get enough current across the battery contacts to zero it.

I abraded off the corrosion and oxidation from the beryllium copper contacts with a Scotch-Brite pad before I applied the grease between them and the batteries. I also used the grease on the tin plated round lugs that the beryllium copper contacts are screwed to.

The batteries on the meter now works properly. Buying this grease was $25 well spent.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eclectic on January 9, 2015
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I used it on 2 of my HO train engines. It is excellant. But, I must warn you that a little goes a long way. I used it too early when still working with the unit and had the grease everywhere.
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Not nearly as big a tube as I thought it would be for the price, but it works as advertised.
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