A product that is a rust inhibitor, lubricant, and water repellent is a Lubrihibitor, and one in particular, Conger LH, is free of CFCs, VOCs, silicone, and propellants, so it is completely nontoxic and safe both for the environment and the people who use it.
This innovative product contains no toxic solvents, hazardous propellants, or harmful fumes and odors.
Developer says Conger LH (Lubrihibitor) is used by the New York MTA as a lubricant on the sliders for subway car doors as it is ideal for its safe use underground. Unequaled as it addresses rust, corrosion and effects of friction and flooding, the product is also safe to use in confined spaces. Currently, the lubrihibitor is being tested by the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier for corrosion protection. It is also being tested by energy companies for temporary corrosion protection for offshore rigs during repair and construction work.
Along with railways and ship maintenance, Inversquare is exploring the use of Conger LH in the wind power industry. Wind turbine nacelles sit atop the tower and contain the gearbox, low end and highspeed shafts, generator, controller, and brakes.
Most nacelles are confined spaces that can pose a real danger during maintenance. Toxic fumes, propellants, and VOCs have hazardous effects on the health of workers and flammable products pose even greater risks in confined spaces. The product is completely nontoxic and nonflammable, making it safe for maintenance use in confined spaces such as wind turbine nacelles.
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