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    Gel Threadlockers

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Gel Threadlockers, Stick.

    Stick

    With a slower flow than liquids, gel threadlockers cling to fasteners for more controlled application and less mess. They begin to harden when you thread coated surfaces together, blocking exposure to air.
    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.
    Medium Locking Strength—Strong enough for most applications, these threadlockers hold firmly until you break their bond with a combination or ratchet wrench.
    High Locking Strength—Keep fasteners firmly in place in motors, pumps, and other applications subjected to heavy shock and vibration. Breaking the bond of these threadlockers requires a propane torch, heat gun, or induction heater. As a result, they shouldn't be used in setups that you disassemble often.
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    Medium Locking Strength
     
    Permatex
    240100.35 oz.Stick15 min.Blue115 in·lbf-65° F to 300° FGel200,000 cP24 hr.0000000000000
     
    High Locking Strength
     
    Permatex
    270100.35 oz.Stick15 min.Red175 in·lbf-65° F to 300° FGel240,000 cP24 hr.000000000000
     
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