Winona, Minn. – (October 22, 2020) Fluoramics, Inc. is proud to announce it was recently welcomed as a member of The Chlorine Institute (CI). As the manufacturer of LOX-8 thread sealant, Fluoramics has been a strong presence in the chlorine industry for more than 50 years.
LOX-8 chemistry is engineered to withstand harsh chemicals such as chlorine. It also prevents stainless steel galling and it is a sealant that can withstand high pressure. Oxygen-safe, waterproof, and versatile, LOX-8 has long been recommended for use as both a lubricant and as a sealant by The Chlorine Institute members.
Joining The Chlorine Institute will allow Fluoramics to continue its growth as a solutions provider, plus allow for interaction with members to better understand the challenges of chlorine processing, transportation, and use.
The Chlorine Institute, founded in 1924, is a technical trade association of companies involved in the production, distribution and use of chlorine and other chloralkali products. They are recognized as the credible safety and technical organization supporting the North American chlor-alkali industry.
Fluoramics, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of sealants, greases, lubricants and rust inhibitors, all of which are engineered PTFE solutions. Founded in 1967, the company is based in Winona, Minnesota, and proudly manufactures all of its products in the United States. To learn more about Fluoramics’ products, please visit the company’s website at www.fluoramics.com.