Dow Corning® 4 Electrical Insulating Compound can be applied by hand, specially designed automated equipment, brushing or wiping. Certain designs of grease guns may seize up with silicone compounds; test prior to use.A thinner consistency can be achievedbydispersing in solvents such as xylene, mineral spirits and methyl ethyl ketone. Dow Corning4Compound can then be applied bybrushing, dipping or spraying.Dow Corning 4 Compound should not be applied to any surface which will be painted or finished. Such coatings may not adhere to the silicone-treated surface. If contaminated by a silicone coating, parts can be wiped or washed with solvent, washed with detergent, or immersed in an alcoholic potassium hydroxide solution and then rinsed in clear water before painting.
•High dielectric strength
•Good thermal oxidation and chemical stability
•Meets requirements of SAE AS 8660
•Certification to NSF 51 and 61
•Meeting requirements of FDA 21 CFR 175.300
•Retains its grease like consistency from -40°C ( -40°F) to +200°C (392°F)
•Highly water repellent
•Adheres readily to dry metals, ceramics, rubber, plastics and insulating resins
A moisture proof seal for aircraft, automotive and marine ignition systems and spark plug connections, disconnection junctions in electrical wiring systems also in electrical assemblies and terminals.
•Used as a seal and lubricant for cable connectors, battery terminals, rubber door seals, switches and rubber and plastic O-rings and as a assembly lubricant for various metal-on-plastic and metal-on-rubber combinations.
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