NEOLUBE NO. 2 LUBRICANT - COLLOIDAL GRAPHITE IN ISOPROPANOL
HIGH CHEMICAL PURITY | LOW HALOGEN CONTENT | DRY FILM LUBRICANT | NUCLEAR GRADE
NEOLUBE NO. 2 is an exceptionally stable compound of processed micro graphite and thermoplastic resin in isopropyl alcohol. Coatings are easily applied to an ultra-thin opaque film during manufacture or assembly by brush, spray or dipping; it dries in seconds to a slippery, lustrous, adherent film of purest graphite.
NEOLUBE NO. 2 is a dry film conductive lubricant used extensively at nuclear power generating plants and other nuclear facilities as an anti-seize compound, thread lubricant and for lubricating moving parts and rubbing surfaces. The thinness of the coating, coupled with high lubricity, provides clean long wearing lubrication without redesign of component dimensions.
NEOLUBE NO. 2 resists abrasion and lubricates threaded parts, moving parts and rubbing surfaces. This material allows easier assembly and nondestructive disassembly.
NEOLUBE NO. 2 has excellent radiation resistance and high chemical purity. It does not migrate and is non-freezable. NEOLUBE NO. 2 provides a non-corrosive dry adherent lubrication for metal parts with limited clearances in applications where control of impurities is required.
NEOLUBE NO. 2 IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR LUBRICATING THREADS IN THE REACTOR PRIMARY CONTAINMENT AREAS, WHERE OPERATING TEMPERATURES FOR THE FITTINGS ARE GREATER THAN 400°F. NEOLUBE NO. 1260 IS RECOMMENDED FOR USE IN CONTAINMENT AND/OR SECONDARY SIDE IN NUCLEAR APPLICATIONS. NEOLUBE NO. 2 IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE IN AN OXYGEN ENVIRONMENT.
Neolube No. 2 has been used successfully in applications where it has withstood radiation levels of 1 x 109 rads.
Mercury Certification: Instruments and equipment containing Mercury or compounds of Mercury are not used in the manufacture and packaging of NEOLUBE NO. 2, nor in testing or inspection, unless samples are discarded after tests. Compounds containing Boron are not used in cleaning, nor processing equipment, nor containers. There is no intentional addition of low melting point metals (Lead, Bismuth, Zinc, Mercury, Antimony, Cadmium or Tin) to this product, nor of Copper or Silver. This product is not approved by NSF for drinking water applications.
2 oz. brush in can bottles, pint, quarts, gallons and 5 gallon containers.