- Dielectric silicone grease compound for lubricating parts made of plastic and elastomeric materials in electrical applications
- Provides electrical insulation for resistance to high voltage
- Provides a water barrier and superior corrosion resistance
- Temperature range of -65 to +400 degrees F (-55 to +204 degrees C)
- Meets SAE AS-8660 specifications
Novagard G624 Dielectric Silicone Grease Compound, Meets SAE AS-8660, 5.3 oz Tube
|Price:||$18.50 ($18.50 / Each) & FREE Shipping|
Specifications for this item
|Container Size||5.3 ounces|
|LowerTemperature Range||-65 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Range||400 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Number of Items||1|
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The Novagard G624 is a 5.3 oz. tube of dielectric silicone grease compound that provides water resistance, superior corrosion resistance, and electrical insulation for lubricating plastics and elastomeric materials in high-voltage applications. The grease is an amorphous fumed, silica-thickened, polysiloxane-based compound. It has a temperature range of -65 to +400 degrees F (-55 to +204 degrees C), and it meets Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) AS-8660 specification (formerly known as MIL-S-8660C). Dielectric strength is 700 volts per mil for a 50-mil gap. The compound has a translucent paste consistency.
Industrial lubricants can be found in most machinery performing one or more functions, including reducing friction and wear, preventing components from adhering to each other, distributing loads more evenly, dispersing heat away from moving parts, and preventing corrosion. Although many materials are used as lubricants, the most common are oil (also called fluid lubricants) and grease because of their versatility. Oil lubricants contain either a petroleum or synthetic base, the properties of which are modified by the addition of various additives. Grease lubricants, a mixture of oil lubricant and a thickening agent, have a thicker consistency than oil, enabling use wherever liquids cannot be retained and requiring less frequent changes.
Novagard Solutions manufactures industrial adhesives, sealants, and lubricants. The company, founded in 1977, is headquartered in Cleveland, OH.
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Being a retired Certified Technician, I have a working knowledge of and the use for Dielectric Silicone.
It's purpose is to seal out moisture, preventing corrosion, it forms a chemical weather pack and also
blocks or prevents the flow of electrical current from finding or jumping circuit through or outside the
boundries of the circuits design.
For instance spark plugs require a dielectric seal in there boots each plug and coil end, it's on every
new product that has plugs and runs on gas.
It is also used in all electrical harnesses, interior and exterior running light sockets on your car or truck. Harness connections through out your vehicle's wiring under dash, behind panels; as well as your computer wiring harness. I found the Nova Guard extremely useful. The consistency is perfect; firm yet pliable enough to be injected or finger rubbed into female connectors and on male alike. The viscosity of the product holds up well under the heat of the summer sun and engine compartment quit well. Another words it stays where you put and doesn't run under heat. This mean you have and excellent weather pack against the elements. It also comes in a high heat product for exteme temperature conditions around exhaust or extreme enviroments.I'm very satisfied and would definitely recommend it to others.
I ran out of it 7 or 8 years ago and was unable to find the company that currently made the product. I finally found it on Amazon.
Novagard withstands cold or heat extremely well. It is an amazing lubricant.
It is a must for all well lights that use a O Ring to seal them. We also use it on all electrical connections bellow grade.
Be wary when opening it up, however. A clear liquid can separate from the main 'goop'. A bit of shaking and squishing mixed it right back in, and I have not had the issue since.
Does it's job, it's a good quantity for the average Joe.
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