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Novagard Versilube G351 Silicone Grease with Radiation Resistance, Meets MIL-L-15719A, 5.3 oz Tube

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Specifications for this item
Part Number 03-G351-05T
Brand Name Novagard
Material Type Silicone
Container Size 5.3  ounces
LowerTemperature Range -40  Degrees Fahrenheit
Upper Temperature Range 400  Degrees Fahrenheit
Number of Items 1
UNSPSC Code 15120000

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Product Features

  • Radiation-resistant silicone grease compound for lubricating and protecting components in nuclear power plants and other harsh environments
  • Provides long-term aging stability for use in closed environments or areas with extended service intervals
  • For use in such applications as refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, and electric regions
  • Temperature range of -40 to +400 degrees F (-40 to +204 degrees C)
  • Meets MIL-L-15719A specifications

Product Description

The Novagard Versilube G351 is a 5.3 oz. tube of silicone grease compound that provides lubrication, long-term aging stability, and radiation resistance for use in nuclear power plants and in closed environments and areas with long service intervals such as refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, and electric regions. The compound is a soap-thickened, dimethyl-diphenyl polysiloxane-based grease. It has a temperature range of -40 to +400 degrees F (-40 to +204 degrees C). It meets United States Military Specification MIL-L-15719A. The compound has an off-white or tan color and a 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.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001BO1AKS
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,171 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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By David A. Tinker on June 23, 2012
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Product arrived on time. The product is packaged in a tube about the size of a medium tube of tooth paste. The product is as described and is very high temp, no worry about melting and running all over your tool box. The product works well, holds "O" rings in place because it is very viscose. I am very pleased with the product, it is primarily used to place and help "0" rings seal in a vacuum.
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