CRC LanoCote is an environmentally friendly product which exhibits superior corrosion protection and anti-seize properties. It offers outstanding, long-lasting protection in harsh conditions without compromising treated materials or harming the environment. Blended from lanolin, an all-natural product, CRC LanoCote is non-toxic, non-carcinogenic and biodegradable. It does not contain copper, lead, silicones, acids, kerosene or dieselene and does not harm metals, plastics, paints, fibreglass, rubber, neoprene, formica and other synthetic materials. Lanolin is naturally hydrophobic (water-repellant) and due to its affinity to metals, CRC LanoCote forms a highly effective moisture barrier on surfaces, stays flexible and does not dry out or wash off. CRC LanoCote provides long-term natural protection for metals from corrosive effects of salt, acids and most alkalis and inhibits oxidation and galvanic corrosion even in extreme corrosive conditions. It provides superior natural protection for machinery and threaded devices exposed to corrosion. It is unmatched in saltwater environment – ideal for all marine applications. CRC LanoCote acts as a release agent and thread-lubricant with excellent anti-seize properties to prevent galling and seizure. Applied during assembly, CRC LanoCote will greatly assist in disassembly years later. CRC LanoCote is entirely passive with no conductive ingredients. CRC LanoCote’s natural composition and odour makes it pleasant to work with and does not effect the environment or repel wildlife.
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