Thread and bearing lockers

Thread and bearing lockers are liquid retaining adhesives which cure in the absence of air. Thread lockers – Anaerobic Low Strength Thread Locker 1225 Purple Medium Strength Thread locker 1226 Blue High Strength Thread Locker 1227 Green High Strength Bolt Lock 1228 Red Thread Locker 1243 Blue Bearing lock / Retainers Anaerobic Bearing Lock 1231 Continue reading

High strength bolt lock 1228 red

High strength bolt lock 1228 red is a high strength thread locker, that cures anaerobically to lock all types of metal threaded fasteners where controlled torque/tension is required. 1228 lubricates during assembly, securing the mating parts with high strength retention and chemical resistance, once fully cured. Sizes: 10ml, 50ml, 250ml Viscosity: 7000 cps Speed: 60 Continue reading

High strength thread locker 1227 green

High strength thread locker 1227 green, designed to permanently lock metal threaded components. 1227 locks fasteners up to 25mm in diameter, sealing against leakage and corrosion. 1227 is thixotropic, which reduces the migration of the liquid adhesive following application. Once cured, the 1227 resists attack from most fuels, lubricants and even most industrial gasses. Sizes: Continue reading

Medium strength thread locker 1226 blue

Medium strength thread locker 1226 blue, that cures anaerobically to lock all types of metal threaded fasteners. 1226 is designed for applications that require future dis-assembly with standard hand tools, and offers excellent temperature and solvent resistance once cured. 1226 is also thixotropic which aids assembly, by reducing the migration of the liquid adhesive following Continue reading

Low strength thread locker 1225 purple

Low strength thread locker 1225 purple is a low strength anaerobic thread locker, designed to allow easy dis-assembly of metal threaded components. 1225 is thixotropic, which reduces the migration of the liquid adhesive following application. Once applied, the 1225 only cures when confined between the two mating metal parts. Despite the controlled low torque dis-assembly Continue reading