Apiezon T Grease is renowned for its quality and tenacity, and was cultivated with a silicone free formula made for medium temperature environments. T Grease has approval from several international organizations such as NATO and the US Navy.
Some of Apiezon T Grease properties include:
- Can be used under a wide range of temperatures (+10 to +120°C)
- Exhibits added cushioning
- Not recommended for higly stressed bearings (check out AP101 Grease for this).
- Excellent stiction properties which help stationary surfaces from being set in motion.
- Can help absorb grease and chemical impurities on metal and glass surfaces which can be potentially harmful.
- Features a vapor pressure of 4.6 x 10-9 Torr at 20°C.
- Offers a simple cleaning and removal process since it is soluble in hydrocarbon solvents.
- Available to buy in 25g tubes.
Recommended Use of Apiezon T Grease
Apiezon T Grease is formulated for low to medium vacuum range, though it is suitable to used in high vacuum environments at lower temperatures.
While not recommended for highly stressed bearings, T Grease is great for both sealing and lubricating in medium temperature environments with a low to medium vacuum. It shows excellent cohesive strength so that when joints are mated, they stay in place creating an extremely efficient and gas tight seal.
T Grease also provides some extra cushioning between the two mated surfaces which is highly effective in protecting fragile connections such as glass to glass joints.
Also recommended highly for the electronics industry, T Grease is valuable where diligent cleanliness of metal surfaces is required as it can help absorb potentially harmful grease and chemical impurities on metal and glass surfaces.
One specialty niche that T Grease has become known for is its ability to be a barrier against oxygen transmission in both vacuum environments as well as non-vacuum situations.
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