Provides a dry, thin lubricating film. Resists oil, dust and dirt build-up. Fast acting penetration. Displaces moisture Loosens rusted or frozen parts. Provides a short term, light corrosion resistant barrier. Nonconductive Ideal for delicate mechanisms. Used worldwide in aviation. Safe on paint and most plastics. Inverta Spray Valve allows user to spray in an upright or inverted position NSF® H2 registered .
11oz. (312g) – aerosol
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
LPS 1 is advertised as a lubricant but is the top electrical spray we use. For Marine or wet applications,drying ignitions or outboards there is none better. It is non-conductive,can be sprayed into working electricals and displaces moisture and repels dust ....25 years of success.
A very good lubricant.
Excellent product has gotten me out of a lot of trouble spraying on electronic equipment has solved some undetermined problems. Have been using it for years on multiple electronic components and connections always have it in my tool bag
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You could use it on the out side of the terminal ends as a corrosion inhibitor.
It can be used on controls. You would want to check your service manual for your aircraft manufacturer recommendations.
Yes, this is a general lubricant. It has many applications.
Yes, all lubricants have the ability to build up depending on the amount applied. Build up can be controlled with lighter film application.