This High-Vacuum Silicone Grease was originally from Dow Corning but is now from Dupont. It is used as a sealant for vacuum, distillation, and pressure systems. Among applications, it lubricates valves, stopcocks, and synthetic rubber gaskets and seals in high temperature applications. It can be used to lubricate O-rings in telescopes and binoculars, and can prevent fogging of lenses.
Excellent resistance to water (is insoluble), chemicals generally and dilute solutions of acids and alkalies.
Silicone High Vacuum Grease is insoluble in water, methanol, ethanol, acetone, glycol, and glycerine. It can be dispersed in kerosene, stoddard solvent, benzene, toluene, ethyl ether, or petroleum ether.
Volatile Organic Compound Content: 0g/L