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LOX-8® Paste and Grease Prevent Leaks & Extend Service Life

Reliable sealants and greases are necessary on medical devices to prevent leaks in valves and connectors. Unlike many other sealants, LOX-8 is impervious to harsh chemicals such as liquid or gaseous oxygen, chlorine, ozone, and liquid nitrogen.

LOX-8 is specifically formulated for wet and dry conditions. It is non-migrating, remaining where it is applied. LOX-8 is ideal where repetitive assembly and disassembly are required. It is non-flammable, non-toxic, non-hardening, and is anti-galling with stainless steel. LOX-8 is stable from -400° F to +550° F and provides superior performance as a lubricant and sealant. LOX-8 is certified for use in gaseous and liquid oxygen. 

LOX-8 Paste and LOX-8 Grease:

  • Have been tested by BAM and WHA International for use with oxygen
  • Are perfect for use in medical situations where extended service life is desirable
  • Prevent galling in stainless steel fittings and can be used on plastic and metal fittings
  • Are NSF-approved for use in food processing and handling facilities
  • Keep bearings, 0-ring, valves, pumps, seals, gas blenders and regulators working perfectly
  • May be used with Fluoramics’ Full Density PTFE tape
  • Are recommended for use in chlorine systems by the Chlorine Institute.

LOX-8 Paste is used as a sealant on gas blenders, regulators, and other oxygen connections. LOX-8 Paste is Praxair GS 38 approved. NSN 8030-00-829-3928. MIL-PRF-27617G.

LOX-8 Grease is available as NLGI 1 and NLGI 4, and provides long-term lubrication on valves, pumps, and gears. MIL-PRF-27617G.

Fluoramics sealants are engineered to withstand harsh chemicals such as ozone and chlorine commonly used in sterilization / purification systems used in medical settings to remove bacteria, viruses and odors.

Keep your medical devices operating safely and leak-free – and place your order for versatile LOX-8 Paste or LOX-8 Grease today.

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