Lanox Heavy Duty Anti-corrosion Lubricant – 300g
Lanox lubricant is made from quality lubricating oil, lanolin and specialised chemical compounds. These ingredients reduce or eliminate internal rust and corrosion. Corrosion is the destructive change that metal goes through when it reacts with its environment. This weakening of the metal turns into rust. They do this by neutralizing acids and forming a chemical protective barrier to repel moisture from metal surfaces.
It is the addition of lanolin which makes Lanox different to other anti-corrosion lubricants like Inox lubricant. Lanolin is the wax from wool- also known as “Wool Grease” or “Lanolin Grease. This helps to ensure it doesn’t dry out or wash off with water, gives it supreme lubrication and rust proofing qualities.
Benefits of Lanox Lubricant Spray
– Lanox is a general aerosol lubricant and is easy to use. It displaces, penetrates, lubricates and protects, and doesn’t become sticky, gooey or gum up.
– It is highly resistant to salt, chemicals and drying out.
– Lanox is harmless to metal points & surfaces, plastics, painted & enamel finishes, fibreglass, formica, rubber or neoprene seals.
– It doesn’t contain any silicon, kerosene, acids or dieselene and is non-conductive, non-static & non-corrosive.
Why use Lanox Spray?
Lanox spray is great for protecting your equipment, whether it is in storage or in use. Moisture in the air is enough to make your metals and machinery more vulnerable to corrosion. And if you have your machinery out in the weather, then the lanolin spray will prevent damage from occuring.
For example, let’s look at roller bearings, which are commonly found in many machines. The failure of a single bearing can cause significant losses in production, so it’s critical to protect them against rust even when in storage.
So remember, to use your lanox spray so your machines remain corrosion-free and look after you in the longer term.
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