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June 23, 2009 - Containing no hazardous ingredients, water based rubber lubricant provides dry colorless film coating that will bond tenaciously to applied surface. It can be used as assembly or insertion lubricant, and as dry film lubricant coating on cured, uncured, and extruded parts. Dry film coating does not attract dirt and dust and exhibits lubricity, stick/slip, and antistick properties. Applications include automotive, aerospace, electrical, industrial, and medical industries.

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McLube Div., McGee Industries, Inc.
9 Crozerville Rd., P.O. Box 2425
Aston, PA, 19014
USA



Press release date: June 17, 2009

McLube has developed a new water based rubber lubricant. Product will provide a durable dry colorless film coating that will bond tenaciously to the applied surface. It has proven to provide excellent lubricity, a low coefficient of friction and superior slip/stick properties. McLube can be used as an assembly lubricant, insertion lubricant and as a dry film lubricant coating on cured, uncured and extruded parts. Product is environmentally and user friendly containing no hazardous ingredients of any kind. Lubricant is thermally and chemically stable. Product will provide lubricity, stick/slip and antistick properties in one product. Being a dry film coating McLube water based lubricants will not attract dirt and dust like wet, oily or greasy lubricants. McLube is currently being used in the automotive, aerospace, electrical, industrial and medical industries.

Company Name: McLube Division, McGee Industries, Inc.
Address 1: 9 Crozerville Road
Address 2: P.O. Box 2425
City: Aston
State: PA
Zip: 19014
Country: United States
Phone: 610-459-1890
URL: www.mclube.com

Contact Name: Mark D. Finn
E-mail: Mark@Mclube.com
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rubber lubricant

How is your rubber lubricant used in the auto industry? Thanks for your reply.

By Bobby Shay on Dec 10, 2009 08:17

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The product is used as a non-oily assembly lubricant during assembly of various components of a car. It is used as an insertion lubricant on hundreds of rubber parts.

By Mark D. Finn on Dec 11, 2009 09:49



 

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