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Lubricant, Grease, Bottle, 1 lb

76764 - Lubricant, Grease, Bottle, 1 lb

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The 76764 is a silver-grade Anti-seize that resists galling and corrosion and reduces wear in heavy pressure applications. It is a heavy duty, temperature resistant, petroleum-based lubricant compound fortified with graphite and metallic flake. Inert, will not evaporate or harden in extreme cold or heat. It is used to lubricate and to permit easy disassembly of assemblies exposed to high temperatures, heavy contact pressures. Typical applications include boiler and oven parts, jet engines, studs, pumps, couplings, splines, bolts, bushings, pipes, flanges and industrial turbines at up to 1600°F (871°C).
  • Aluminum silver colored paste
  • Thixotropic viscosity
  • Non-curing
  • Meets performance requirements of MIL-PRF-907
  • Lubricant used on a bolt helps to develop greater clamp load for same torque
  • 0.18K-value
  • 870°C temperature resistance




Not recommended for use in pure oxygen and/or oxygen rich systems. Should not be selected as a lubricant for chlorine or other strong oxidizing materials.

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