What does Tef-Gel do?
Tef-Gel™ is a white, extremely high viscosity gel. It is applied to fastenings, fittings and electrical connectors in high corrosive environments to ensure protection, serviceability & presentation of assembled hardware. Tef-Gel™ is designed to: Stop corrosion between dissimilar metals.
What is Tef-Gel made of?
Tef-Gel paste contains 40% PTFE powder and 0% volatile solvents, no silicones or petroleum solvents to evaporate, which would leave voids for electrolytes to be drawn into creating a galvanic cell.
Does Tef-Gel dry?
Tef-Gel™’s non-drying and water-resistant properties is fabulous for marine use, and we use it everyday on customer’s boats.
How do you clean Tef-Gel?
Any excess Tef-Gel™ can be removed with Mineral Spirits, (Mineral Turpentine) to leave an airtight barrier of protection. Ensure clean up products are used within the guidelines of the product suppliers and the respective Material Safety Data Sheets.
Can Tef-Gel be used on electrical connections?
Applications for Tef-Gel PTFE Based Lubricant include: Apply directly to electrical connections to prevent water intrusion and corrosion of the connection. Replaces conventional dielectric greases.
How do you use a Duralac?
Duralac Application Apply Duralac evenly to the points, joints or faces of the areas in contact, affix and allow to air dry. Duralac will become tacky and form a skin, and will then dry hard to form an insoluble elastic seal to protect the area.
What is Duralac made of?
Duralac is a free flowing paste based on a synthetic elastic resin and barium chromate.
Who makes Duralac?
MANUFACTURER / SUPPLIER: Llewellyn Ryland Ltd.
Who manufactures Duralac?
How do I get rid of Duralac?
Results Removal of standard Duralac from the mild steel substrate was relatively easy and rubbed away with acetone on a cloth whilst, the removal of Duralac Green was extremely difficult even with an acid remover and scraper.