Our SLICKON® BOLT DIP & BRUSH™ is a revolution on how to apply a messy Anti-Seize compound to a fastener. It is faster and cleaner than any previous method you have ever used in the past.
This Bolt applicator will save you time and money by greatly minimizing the mess that usually is involved with the traditional brush on application.
The SLICKON® BOLT DIP & BRUSH™ has had real world testing by some of the top mechanics and demonstrates 80% time savings when using the Bolt Dip & Brush. When you consider this applicator use 50% less anti-seize than traditional methods, the savings really add up.
Anti-Seize Technology SLICKON® BOLT DIP & BRUSH™ is the solution for fast, clean and easier way to apply Anti-Seize to your bolts!
Applications: Automotive, industrial, marine, food, and anywhere bolts are used.
When ordering, please specify your preferred Anti-Seize compound for your SLICKON® BOLT DIP & BRUSH™
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Anti-Seize™ Special is a superior-grade assembly compound and high-pressure lubricant. This aluminum, copper, and graphite based anti-seize formula has unique particle shapes suspended in a special carrier. It protects metal parts under extreme heat, pressure, and contaminating conditions to 2000°F (1095°C). Anti-Seize Special is designed with ultra fine metallic and graphite particles enhancing a longer lasting protective film, resisting washout and burn-off. Meets the performance requirements of MIL-PRF-907F specifications.
Features and Benefits:
- Protect against rust and corrosion
- Reduce friction
- Speed assembly and disassembly
- Resist seizing, galling, and cold welding
- Retards galvanic action between dissimilar metals
- Resists salt water corrosion
- Compatible with all types of metals and most plastics
- Non-hardening and non-dripping
Applications: All nuts and bolts, bushings, centers, cam rollers, conveyors, couplings, dies, drills, fittings, flanges, gears, keyways, motors, press fits, pumps, shafts, sleeves, slides, spark plugs, taps, valves, wristpins, and more. They are used in steel mills, foundries, oil refineries, chemical plants, construction and farm equipment, autos, trucks (fleet maintenance), electric power and other utilities, oil drilling, mining, diesel and gasoline engines, marine motors, shipyards, paper mills, and machine shops.