(WINONA, MN, March 31, 2020) Non-touch sterilization/purification systems are used in medical setting to eradicate bacteria, viruses and odors. Ozone is the most powerful naturally-occurring oxidative agent and is a faster disinfectant that bleach. With its extra free radical oxygen molecule, ozone is able to destroy germs, viruses, and microbes that cause surface or air contaminations. Furthermore, ozone leaves no chemical residue typical of alternative detergent or synthetic cleaners, and can be one of the most effective sterilizing tools. That makes ozone systems a popular choice in the fight against viruses such as COVID-19.
Due to the oxidative attributes of ozone, most thread sealants won’t withstand the corrosiveness of the gas. In contrast, LOX-8 is engineered to work with harsh chemicals and will withstand high pressure, and both extreme and cryogenic deep freeze temperatures.
LOX-8 Paste chemistry is created for applications where extreme acids or powerful oxidizers are used. Oxygen-safe, waterproof, and versatile, it is an all-purpose sealant and anti-galling agent. Works great with oil-based systems, hydraulic oils, and fuels. LOX-8 is recommended for use as both a lubricant and as a sealant by The Chlorine Institute members.
- Formulated for wet conditions and dry applications. High-density inert thread sealant
- Remains stable up to 550°F. It is nonflammable and nontoxic
- Oxygen-approved, gaseous & liquid
- Not affected by harsh chemicals such as chlorines, hyperchlorides or powerful oxidizers
- A multi-purpose, cross-functional sealant
- Allows you to standardize on one sealant, replacing all the pipe sealants in your tool box or factory. Eliminates plumbing errors, standardizes inventory and practices
- Oxygen-tested by The German Federal Institute for Materials Testing (BAM) and ASTM G72-82 and ASTM G86 (NASA)
- Approved for use in food processing facilities
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.