Universal Copper Anti-Seize Lubricant (37562) by Loctite®. 1 lb. Brushtop Can. This reliable copper anti-seize and thread lubricant prevents seizing, corrosion, and galling on parts exposed to high temperature environments to 1800°F. After using this product, you'll easily be able to remove studs, bolts, flanges, and all mated parts. The product also provides high electrical conductivity.
Notes: Typical Applications: Spark plug threads installed in aluminum, exhaust manifold bolts, engine bolts, oxygen sensors, knock sensors, thermostat housing bolts, fuel filter fittings, and battery cable connections.
- Protects metal parts under extreme conditions of heat
- Temperature range from -30°F to +1800°F
- Can be used on copper, cast iron, brass, steel, all alloys including stainless steel, all plastics, and all non-metallic gasketing materials
With over 60 years of experience developing and manufacturing automotive chemical products and more than 5000 patents issued and 1500 patents active, Loctite leads the industry and offers innovative, quality products that ensure proven performance the first time so you only have to do the job once. Whether you're bonding auto trim, lubricating bearings, refitting worn shafts, and so on, Loctite has the right product to meet your every vehicle repair and maintenance need. The professionals at Loctite are dedicated to constantly perfecting formulations, technologies, and manufacturing processes to ensure each and every customer's demand is fully met.
Recognized as the leading manufacturer of adhesives, sealants, gasket makers, and other automotive maintenance and repair products, Loctite is one of the flagship brands of the Henkel corporation. The company's history began with its first product, an innovative anaerobic threadlocking adhesive invented by Dr. Vernon Krieble in 1953. Other technical innovations followed through the decades, establishing new quality standards for adhesive products. Not only are Loctite products OEM specified, they are also utilized by many carmakers and used in race cars that campaign on professional race circuits worldwide, without any alterations. What wins in Formula One, NASCAR, and the Indy 500, is applied on automotive assembly lines to meet the demands of customers round the globe.