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Saturday, 03 October 2009 23:55



BUSOL PENETRATING OIL based on hydrocarbons, chlorinated hydrocarbon, for amides and no-ionic surface active agents.
It has a strong penetrating power and is very suitable for the release of rusted nuts, bolts and joints. After evaporation of the volatile components a thin oil film remains with lubricating properties.
BUSOL PENETRATING OIL is safe to use on most common metals but it may harm lacquer and coatings.

BUSOL PENETRATING OIL is unevarsally applied to release rusted nuts, bolts and joints. It is also suitable oiling of things, locks, etc. The product is applied by spraying or as an immersion liquid.

Spray Method
Spray the nuts, bolts and joints to be released with undiluted BUSOL PENETRATING OIL until they are thoroughly dampened, let the product act for a while, drain and dry. It is recommended that components be sprayed whilst being released.
Note: After the nuts, bolts and joints it is recommended that BUSOL PENETRATING OIL be left on the components in order to act as a lubricant and preservative.

Cleaning in Immersion Bath
BUSOL PENETRATING OIL is applied undiluted. Introduce the components to be treated into the bath and let them soak for while. Remove the components from the bath and let them drain and dry.
Note: After releasing the components do not remove the BUSOL PENETRATING OIL so that the lubricating and preserving action of the product will remain.

Light brown coloured liquid. Non corrosive on most common metals, it may harm lacquers and coatings. Light lubricating and preserving properties. Non-conductor, can therefor be used without risk for electrical appliances. Not miscribe with water, contains no graphite and therefor leaves no troublesome traces.

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When delivered 65oC. When used in immersion baths the flashpoint may be lowered in time to 40oC, due to a possibly selective evaporation of the flame retarding chlorinated hydrocarbons.


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