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Screw-Retainer / Thread Lock High Strength 50g

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LQM3804
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  • Screw-Retainer / Thread Lock High Strength 50g
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Description

Screw-Retainer / Thread Lock High Strength 50g

LIQUI MOLY High Strength Screw-Retainer / Thread Lock 50g

Prevents screw connections from working loose and loosening due to vibration. Cures rapidly and reliably. Can be used on oiled surfaces. Seals threads and prevents leaks. Has good chemical resistance. Wide operating temperature range from -60 °C to +150 °C.

For all common nuts and screw sizes of all grades.

Reliable thread locking. Can be used on oiled surfaces and galvanized screws.

  • Resistant to stresses and vibrations
  • Can be used on oily surfaces
  • Rapid curing
  • Prevents leaks
  • Wide operating temperature range
  • Controlled torque / stress ratio
  • TECHNICAL DATA

    Form: liquid
    Thread sizes: up to M20
    Breakaway torque: 36 Nm DIN EN 15865
    Prevailing torque: 43 Nm DIN EN 15865
    Chemical resistance: relatively well against oils, gasoline, antifreeze, water and brake fluid
    Initial strength: 2-10 min (active); 10-60 min (passive)
    Functional strength: 2-4 h
    Final strength: 8 h
    Operating temperature range: -60 to 150 °C
    Thread friction value: 0,17
    Compressed shear strength: 25 N/mm² DIN EN 15337
    Base: dimethacrylate ester
    Density: 1,1 g/cm³ DIN EN 542
    Color / appearance: green
    Odor: characteristic
    Viscosity at 23 °C: 500 mPas
    Recommended storage temperature: 8 - 21 °C


    AREAS OF APPLICATION

    For all common nuts and screw sizes of all grades.
    APPLICATION

    Apply uniformly to bolts and nuts. Cures in the absence of air (anaerobic). One must differentiate between active and passive materials during the curing time.

    Active materials generally refer to metals with a high iron or copper content (e.g. iron, steel, copper, brass, bronze). Active materials ensure rapid curing. Passive materials such as high-alloy (stainless) steel, zinc, aluminum or plastics only cure very slowly.


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