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    Threadlockers

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Threadlockers, Bottle.

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    The most commonly used threadlockers, these liquids prevent loosening due to vibration, bending, or improper torque. You only need a few drops to evenly coat threads. As you twist parts together, exposure to air is blocked and the threadlocker begins to harden.
    Primer (sold separately) cleans the surface and decreases the time to reach full strength. It is recommended when working with aluminum, stainless steel, and titanium; black-oxide finishes; and cadmium and zinc coatings.
    Low Locking Strength—Often used in setups that require frequent disassembly, these threadlockers are easily released with the turn of a screwdriver or L-key. They give fasteners additional hold to keep them secure against light shock and vibration.
    Thin Liquid—Seep into tight spaces better than thick liquids, so they're best for fine threads.
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    3M Scotch-Weld
    TL220.34 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Purple95 in·lbf-65° F to 300° FThin Liquid1,200 cP24 hr.000000000000000
    TL221.69 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Purple95 in·lbf-65° F to 300° FThin Liquid1,200 cP24 hr.00000000000000
     
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