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Sprayability (in pressurized container) test
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MIL­L­87177A
Front Face:
(Stock No.)
LUBRICANT, WATER DISPLACING, SYNTHETIC  GRADE _________
LOT __________ DATE MFG __________
MIL­L
CONTRACT NO.)
MANUFACTURER'S NAME)
(MANUFACTURER'S ADDRESS)
(MANUFACTURER'S PRODUCT NO.)
CONTAINER SIZE BY VOLUME
IMPORTANT! For best results follow instructions on reverse side of container.
USES
This material will displace salt water and moisture leaving a corrosion preventive film. It
is intended for use on areas which are unpainted metal, where the paint has cracked or
been damaged such as: around fasteners, seams, access panels, etc. It is intended for
use on moving parts which require a lubricated surface.
Instructions ­ for best results
l. Wipe off dirt and excess moisture from surface to be protected prior to applying the
corrosion preventive compound.
2. Apply a thin uniform coat of corrosion preventive compound directly on area to be
protected.
3. Allow to dry for one half hour.
4. Apply a second uniform coat of corrosion preventive compound.
5. Application by wiping is not recommended. Reapplication of compound is necessary
after solvent cleaning or where coating has been damaged by abrasion.
NOTE: May be removed with methyl ethyl ketone
ASTM D 740 or aliphatic naptha TT­N­95.
CAUTION (for spray containers)
Contents pressurized. Do not puncture, incinerate, or store above 120° F. Do not place
can near open flame or other heat source. Use with adequate ventilation and avoid
breathing vapor.
6. NOTES
(This section contains information of a general or explanatory nature that may be
helpful, but is not mandatory.)
6.1 Intended use. The compounds covered by this specification may be used on any
metal surfaces. They are primarily intended for in­service treatment of moving parts.
The ability of these materials to lubricate, to prevent corrosion, to displace water and to
be used at temperatures up to 20°C (40°F) make these particularly suited for service
use. The temperature durability is a particular advantage of this material.
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