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Tech Data

Dry Trac

 
 

 

Shelf Life 2 years
Net weight per can 12 ounces (340 grams)
Spray pattern Circular
Drying time Tack dry in 3-5 minutes
Packaging Aerosol cans or 5 gallon containers
For use on Metals, rubber, glass and most plastics
Operating temperature -110°F – 1050°F (-79°C – 566°C)
Resists pressure up to 100,000 psi
Water resistance Excellent
Corrosion resistance Excellent
Contains chlorinated solvents No
Conductivity Non- conductive
Lubricant Dry
Flash point ~48°F for aerosols; 2°F for bulk liquid
Flammability Flammable spray
Toxicity Moderate
NFPA rating Level 3 aerosol
Color Dark metallic grey
Odor Slight solvent odor
Specific gravity 0.937 for aerosols; 0.85 for bulk liquid
pH N/A
Vapor density >1
Solubility in water Negligable
Total VOC% 83.7% for aerosols; 45.57% for bulk liquid
Stability Stable
Avoid contact with Strong oxidizing agents
Storage recommendation Store in a cool, dry area away from heat or open flame.
Safety measures Avoid prolonged or repeated contact with skin or eyes. Apply product in properly ventilated area.

Application Instructions:

Shake can vigorously before applying Dry Trac to metals, rubber, glass or plastics. Ensure that surface is clean and free of all loose rust, dust, oil, and/or old paint. If necessary, use a wire brush or light sanding to dislodge loose particles.

Hold can 8-10 inches away from surface to be treated and apply product with a sweeping motion to ensure thin, even coverage. Wait 3-5 minutes before applying a second coat (if necessary). Once dry, Molybdenium Disulfide micro-particles burnish into metal surfaces to create a dry film that is inert to water, oil, acids, and alkalis.