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    Threadlockers

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

    Bottle

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Threadlockers, Single-Use Capsule.

    Single-Use

    Capsule

    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.
    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.
    Thin Liquid—Seep into tight spaces better than thick liquids, so they're best for fine threads.
    Thick Liquid—Fill larger gaps than thin liquids, so they're best for coarse or worn threads.
    Military Specifications Met—Mil. Spec. threadlockers are manufactured and tested to strict U.S. military standards.
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    Low Locking Strength
     
    Loctite®
    2220.34 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Purple50 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cP__-65° F to 300° F1/4"1810A27$18.29
    2221.69 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Purple50 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cP__-65° F to 300° F1/4"1810A2848.53
    222MS0.02 fl. oz.Single-Use Capsule10 min.Purple25 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1/4"91458A1303.14
    222MS0.34 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Purple25 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1/4"91458A11017.90
    222MS1.69 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Purple25 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1/4"91458A12046.71
    222MS8.45 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Purple25 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1/4"91458A700158.81
     
    3M Scotch-Weld
    TL220.34 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Purple95 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cP__-65° F to 300° F1/4"92934A41014.01
    TL221.69 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Purple95 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cP__-65° F to 300° F1/4"92934A81042.03
     
    Other Threadlockers
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Purple30 in·lbfThick Liquid1,200 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade M Type II-65° F to 300° F1/4"74835A5232.33
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Brown40 in·lbfThin Liquid20 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade H-65° F to 350° F__74835A6837.64
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Brown40 in·lbfThin Liquid170 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade HV-65° F to 350° F__74835A6937.64
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Purple65 in·lbfThin Liquid20 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade E-65° F to 350° F__74835A6637.64
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Purple65 in·lbfThin Liquid170 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade EV-65° F to 350° F__74835A6737.64
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Yellow15 in·lbfThin Liquid170 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade JV-65° F to 350° F__74835A7237.64
     
    Medium Locking Strength
     
    Loctite®
    2420.02 fl. oz.Single-Use Capsule10 min.Blue70 in·lbfThin Liquid1,150 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F3/4"91458A1112.92
    2420.34 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Blue70 in·lbfThin Liquid1,150 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F3/4"91458A11218.80
    2421.69 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Blue70 in·lbfThin Liquid1,150 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F3/4"91458A11349.48
    2428.45 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Blue70 in·lbfThin Liquid1,150 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F3/4"91458A710163.31
    24233.8 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Blue70 in·lbfThin Liquid1,150 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F3/4"1810A33439.79
    2430.02 fl. oz.Single-Use Capsule5 min.Blue105 in·lbfThick Liquid2,150 cP__-65° F to 360° F3/4"91458A1142.86
    2430.34 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Blue105 in·lbfThick Liquid2,150 cP__-65° F to 360° F3/4"91458A11517.72
    2431.69 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Blue105 in·lbfThick Liquid2,150 cP__-65° F to 360° F3/4"91458A11646.71
    24321.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Blue150 in·lbfThin Liquid300 cP__-65° F to 300° F2"91458A760128.83
     
    3M Scotch-Weld
    TL420.03 fl. oz.Single-Use Capsule20 min.Blue140 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cP__-65° F to 300° F3/4"92934A1102.22
    TL420.34 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Blue140 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cP__-65° F to 300° F3/4"92934A42015.72
    TL421.69 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Blue140 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cP__-65° F to 300° F3/4"92934A82047.16
    TL428.45 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Blue140 in·lbfThin Liquid1,200 cP__-65° F to 300° F3/4"92934A120131.54
     
    Other Threadlockers
    __0.34 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Blue100 in·lbfThin Liquid120 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade J Type I-65° F to 300° F3/4"74835A9114.02
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Blue100 in·lbfThin Liquid120 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade J Type I-65° F to 300° F3/4"74835A4832.33
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Blue125 in·lbfThin Liquid20 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade C-65° F to 350° F__74835A6237.64
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Blue125 in·lbfThin Liquid170 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade CV-65° F to 350° F__74835A6337.64
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Yellow110 in·lbfThin Liquid150 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade B-65° F to 350° F__74835A6137.64
    __8.45 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Blue100 in·lbfThin Liquid120 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade J Type I-65° F to 300° F3/4"74835A92112.20
     
    High Locking Strength
     
    Loctite®
    0871.69 fl. oz.Bottle6 hr.Red60 in·lbfThin Liquid180 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade AV-65° F to 300° F1"1810A1579.92
    0881.69 fl. oz.Bottle2 hr.Red35 in·lbfThin Liquid20 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade A-65° F to 300° F1"1810A1777.53
    2620.02 fl. oz.Single-Use Capsule5 min.Red190 in·lbfThick Liquid2,400 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F3/4"91458A5603.25
    2620.34 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Red190 in·lbfThick Liquid2,400 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F3/4"91458A17018.80
    2621.69 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Red190 in·lbfThick Liquid2,400 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F3/4"91458A18049.48
    2628.45 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Red190 in·lbfThick Liquid2,400 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F3/4"91458A720164.92
    2630.02 fl. oz.Single-Use Capsule5 min.Red275 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cP__-65° F to 360° F1"91458A1353.01
    2630.34 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Red275 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cP__-65° F to 360° F1"91458A61017.90
    2631.69 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Red275 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cP__-65° F to 360° F1"91458A62046.71
    2638.45 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Red275 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cP__-65° F to 360° F1"91458A630155.68
    2710.02 fl. oz.Single-Use Capsule10 min.Red250 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1"91458A8803.34
    2710.34 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Red250 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1"91458A16018.80
    2711.69 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Red250 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1"91458A19049.48
    2718.45 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Red250 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1"91458A730164.92
    27133.8 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Red250 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1"1810A89461.41
    2770.34 fl. oz.Bottle60 min.Red280 in·lbfThick Liquid7,000 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1 1/2"91458A91020.66
    2771.69 fl. oz.Bottle60 min.Red280 in·lbfThick Liquid7,000 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1 1/2"91458A66044.02
    2778.45 fl. oz.Bottle60 min.Red280 in·lbfThick Liquid7,000 cPMIL-S-46163-65° F to 300° F1 1/2"91458A780137.24
     
    3M Scotch-Weld
    TL710.03 fl. oz.Single-Use Capsule20 min.Red225 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cP__-65° F to 300° F1"92934A1502.22
    TL710.34 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Red225 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cP__-65° F to 300° F1"92934A44016.17
    TL711.69 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Red225 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cP__-65° F to 300° F1"92934A16044.24
    TL718.45 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Red225 in·lbfThin Liquid500 cP__-65° F to 300° F1"92934A170131.50
     
    Other Threadlockers
    __0.34 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Red200 in·lbfThick Liquid3,550 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade O Type II-65° F to 300° F3/4"74835A9314.02
    __0.34 fl. oz.Bottle60 min.Red250 in·lbfThick Liquid7,000 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade L Type I-65° F to 300° F2"74835A9514.02
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Red200 in·lbfThick Liquid3,550 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade O Type II-65° F to 300° F3/4"74835A5432.33
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Green185 in·lbfThin Liquid20 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade AA-65° F to 350° F__74835A5737.64
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Orange170 in·lbfThin Liquid60 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade D-65° F to 350° F__74835A6537.64
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Red185 in·lbfThin Liquid20 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade A-65° F to 350° F__74835A5637.64
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Red185 in·lbfThin Liquid170 cPMIL-S-22473 Grade AV-65° F to 350° F__74835A5837.64
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle60 min.Red250 in·lbfThick Liquid7,000 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade L Type I-65° F to 300° F2"74835A5132.33
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle60 min.Red300 in·lbfThin Liquid520 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade K Type I-65° F to 350° F1"74835A4932.33
    __8.45 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Red200 in·lbfThick Liquid3,550 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade O Type II-65° F to 300° F3/4"74835A94112.20
     

    Threadlockers for Plastic Fasteners

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Threadlockers for Plastic Fasteners, Bottle.

    Bottle

    While other threadlockers can cause brittleness and cracking, these liquids won’t weaken plastic. They secure nylon, PTFE, and other plastic fasteners.
    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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    Low Locking Strength
     
    Loctite®
    4250.7 fl. oz.Bottle2 min.Blue9 in·lbfThin Liquid60 cP-65° F to 180° F1/4"91458A370$26.03
     

    High-Temperature Threadlockers

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. High-Temperature Threadlockers, Bottle.

    Bottle

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. High-Temperature Threadlockers, Tube.

    Tube

    Prevent heat from loosening fasteners with threadlockers that resist temperatures up to 450° F. 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.
    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.
    Thick Liquid—Fill larger gaps than thin liquids, so they're best for coarse or worn threads.
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    Medium Locking Strength
     
    Loctite®
    2460.34 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Blue100 in·lbfThick Liquid3,000 cP-65° F to 450° F3/4"91458A480$22.25
    2461.69 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Blue100 in·lbfThick Liquid3,000 cP-65° F to 450° F3/4"91458A49053.49
    2468.45 fl. oz.Bottle20 min.Blue100 in·lbfThick Liquid3,000 cP-65° F to 450° F3/4"91458A550209.53
     
    Vibra-Tite
    1230.06 fl. oz.Tube5 min.Blue170 in·lbfThick Liquid2,600 cP-65° F to 450° F3/4"91458A2351.22
    1230.34 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Blue170 in·lbfThick Liquid2,600 cP-65° F to 450° F3/4"91458A2386.68
    1231.69 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Blue170 in·lbfThick Liquid2,600 cP-65° F to 450° F3/4"91458A50416.95
    1238.45 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Blue170 in·lbfThick Liquid2,600 cP-65° F to 450° F3/4"91458A60756.95
     
    High Locking Strength
     
    Loctite®
    2660.34 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Red265 in·lbfThick Liquid3,750 cP-65° F to 450° F3/4"91458A57022.80
    2661.69 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Red265 in·lbfThick Liquid3,750 cP-65° F to 450° F3/4"91458A58056.97
    2668.45 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Red265 in·lbfThick Liquid3,750 cP-65° F to 450° F3/4"91458A590206.44
    2721.69 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Red200 in·lbfThick Liquid9,500 cP-65° F to 450° F1 1/2"91458A65046.71
    2728.45 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Red200 in·lbfThick Liquid9,500 cP-65° F to 450° F1 1/2"91458A890160.23
    27233.8 fl. oz.Bottle30 min.Red200 in·lbfThick Liquid9,500 cP-65° F to 450° F1 1/2"91458A835502.03
     

    Extreme-Temperature Threadlockers

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Extreme-Temperature Threadlockers, Bottle.

    Bottle

    Extreme cold and heat won’t weaken the bond of these ceramic threadlockers. Able to withstand temperatures from -300° F to 2,100° F, they can be used in equipment ranging from cryogenic freezers to kilns.
    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.
    Thick Liquid—Fill larger gaps than thin liquids, so they're best for coarse or worn threads.
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    Medium Locking Strength
    4 fl. oz.Bottle24 hr.Blue180 in·lbfThick Liquid5,000 cP-300° F to 2,100° F2"7604A55$61.40
    4 fl. oz.Bottle24 hr.Green80 in·lbfThick Liquid2,000 cP-300° F to 2,100° F2"7604A5461.40
     
    High Locking Strength
    4 fl. oz.Bottle24 hr.Red250 in·lbfThick Liquid7,000 cP-300° F to 2,100° F2"7604A5661.40
     

    Threadlockers for Drinking Water

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Threadlockers for Drinking Water, Bottle.

    Bottle

    These threadlockers meet NSF/ANSI 61 for securing fasteners in drinking water systems. They begin to harden when you thread coated surfaces together, blocking exposure to air.
    Medium Locking Strength—Strong enough for most applications, these threadlockers hold firmly until you break their bond with a combination or ratchet wrench.
    Thick Liquid—Fill larger gaps than thin liquids, so they're best for coarse or worn threads.
    NSF/ANSI 61—These threadlockers are certified for use in drinking water systems.
    Military Specifications Met—Mil. Spec. threadlockers are manufactured and tested to strict U.S. military standards.
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    Met
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    Medium Locking Strength
     
    Loctite®
    2438.45 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Blue105 in·lbfThick Liquid2,150 cP__NSF/ANSI 61
    -65° F to 360° F3/4"91458A460$154.17
    24333.8 fl. oz.Bottle5 min.Blue105 in·lbfThick Liquid2,150 cP__NSF/ANSI 61
    -65° F to 360° F3/4"1810A22430.62
     
    Other Threadlockers
    __1.69 fl. oz.Bottle10 min.Blue150 in·lbfThick Liquid1,200 cPMIL-S-46163 Grade N Type IINSF/ANSI 61
    -65° F to 350° F3/4"74835A5332.33
     

    Lubricating Threadlockers

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

    Bottle

    Reduce friction to protect threads and ease installation. These threadlockers are often used on large fasteners, which can be prone to seizing. 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.
    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.
    Thick Liquid—Fill larger gaps than thin liquids, so they're best for coarse or worn threads.
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    High Locking Strength
     
    Loctite®
    20471.69 fl. oz.Bottle90 min.Black375 in·lbfThick Liquid7,000 cP-65° F to 300° F2"91458A410$56.39
     

    Quick-Set Threadlockers

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Quick-Set Threadlockers, Bottle.

    Bottle

    Add vibration resistance to your fasteners right when you need it. These threadlockers don't require a primer, begin to harden within minutes, and reach usable strength within an hour. They start to harden when you thread coated surfaces together, blocking exposure to air.
    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.
    Thick Liquid—Fill larger gaps than thin liquids, so they're best for coarse or worn threads.

    Paste Threadlockers

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Paste Threadlockers, Stick.
    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Paste Threadlockers, Tube.

    Stick

    Tube

    Even when applying to parts installed vertically or overhead, these threadlockers won’t drip. Paste stays put whether you squeeze, roll, or dab it onto fasteners. The bond begins to harden when you thread coated surfaces together, blocking exposure to air.
    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.

    High-Temperature Paste Threadlockers

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. High-Temperature Paste Threadlockers, Syringe.

    Syringe

    Keep fasteners joined at temperatures up to 650° F. Squeeze this paste onto threads and it won’t drip, even when applying to parts installed vertically or overhead. The bond begins 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.

    Gel Threadlockers

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

    Stick

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

    Tube

    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.

    Reusable Threadlockers

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Reusable Threadlockers, Aerosol Can.
    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Reusable Threadlockers, Brush-Top Bottle.
    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. Reusable Threadlockers, Tube.

    Aerosol

    Can

    Brush-Top

    Bottle

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    Unlike most threadlockers, these don't need to be applied every time you remove and reinstall your fasteners. Put on a fresh layer once every three to five uses.
    Medium Locking Strength—Strong enough for most applications, these threadlockers hold firmly until you break their bond with a combination or ratchet wrench.
    Thin Liquid—Seep into tight spaces better than thick liquids, so they're best for fine threads.

    Tape Threadlockers

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    Roll

    The easiest threadlocker to apply, this tape wraps around fasteners with no mess. Keep a roll in your toolbox—no worrying about leaks or it drying out. You can apply tape up to 30 days before installation. It won’t begin to harden until 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.

    Wicking Threadlockers

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    Bottle

    Secure fasteners that are already installed—these threadlockers are thin enough to flow into tiny gaps.
    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.
    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.
    Thin Liquid—Seep into tight spaces better than thick liquids, so they're best for fine threads.
    NSF/ANSI 61—These threadlockers are certified for use in drinking water systems.
    Military Specifications Met—Mil. Spec. threadlockers are manufactured and tested to strict U.S. military standards.

    High-Temperature Wicking Threadlockers

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    Image of Product. Front orientation. Threadlockers. High-Temperature Wicking Threadlockers, Bottle.

    Bottle

    Resistant to high temperatures, these threadlockers maintain a strong grip in environments up to 450° F. The thin liquid seeks out tiny gaps to bond fasteners that are already installed.
    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.
    Thin Liquid—Seep into tight spaces better than thick liquids, so they're best for fine threads.
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