LiQuifix is a next generation multipurpose lubricants because its patented formula makes it the world’s first certified “green” spray lubricant, says its manufacturer. It contains no PCBs, no dioxins or metals, no trichloroethlylenes, and has a high flash point of 275°F, twice that of most lubricants. For users this is said to mean an easy-to-use nonaerosol spray lubricant that is nontoxic and odorless with low VOCs. The lube is said to be the only spray that meets the California standards for indoor air pollution.
The lubricant was formulated to work with light-weight materials such as aluminum and copper and with the proliferation of delicate electronic components, equipment, and sensors. The manufacturer says the lube does not pit or corrode aluminum, copper, brass, or chrome, and actually removes rust and is corrosion resistant. When sprayed it does not attract dust out of the air because it has no electrostatic charge which is caused by most aerosol packaged spray lubricants. The lube is nonstaining on fabrics and works effectively on most material surfaces including plastics, nylon, rubber and synthetics
Tests by an independent industrial laboratory showed the lube lasting longer on surfaces than competitive brands.
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