Lubricants and Fluids

In addition to reducing friction, lubrication also helps dissipate heat generated by friction, seals out contaminants such as dirt and moisture, and prevents corrosion of metal surfaces. Proper lubrication is essential for maintaining the efficiency, reliability, and longevity of machinery and equipment across various industries, from automotive and manufacturing to aerospace and marine applications.

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  1. NLGI Grade 2, 14oz Cartridge Blaster Grease
  2. Blaster High-Performance White Lithium Grease Part No. 16-LG, 11 oz. Aerosol Can
  3. Blaster Pro-Grade Multi-Purpose Grease 14 Oz Cartridge Part No. GR-14C-MP
  4. Blaster Non-Chlorinated Brake Cleaner, Part No. 20-BC, 14 oz. Aerosol Can
  5. Blaster 128-SS Surface Shield Bulk 1-Gal Pail, Part No. 128-SS
  6. Blaster Corp Penetrating Catalyst Big, Part No. 16-PB-DS, 11 oz. ProStraw Can
  7. Blaster Powerful Citrus-Based Degreaser, Part No. 16-CBD, 11 oz. Aerosol Can
  8. Lucas Oil 10030 5th Wheel Lube (1 Pint)
  9. Lucas Oil 11025 Red N Tacky Grease Aerosol - 11 Ounce
  10. Lever Handle and Pistol Grip Grease Gun, with Blaster Extra Heavy Duty Grease
  11. Lucas Oil 10009 Transmission Fix
  12. Lucas Oil 10008 Power Steering Stop Leak
  13. Lucas Oil 10088 Hub Oil
  14. Lucas Oil 10016 Complete Engine Treatment
  15. Lucas Oil High Mileage Oil Stabilizer - 10118
  16. Lucas Oil Pure Synthetic Oil Stabilizer, 1 Quart - 10130
  17. B'laster Surface Shield Complete Corrosion Protection for Long Lasting
  18. Blaster Parts Wash Solvent - 5-Gallon, Part No. 5-PWS
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Lubricate mechanical components often to avoid excessive wear and tear. They are often available in fluid or semi-fluid states—reducing wear and friction between moving surfaces or mechanical parts that come into contact. These lubricants increase the efficiency of mechanical parts, prevent direct metal contact, enhance the fluidity of movement, and protect mechanical components from excessive wear.

They come in a wide variety of forms, such as oils, greases, solid lubricants, etc. Moreover, it can be applied using a range of methods, such as oiling, greasing, and spraying. Nonetheless, several factors influence the lubricant choice, including the weight of the machinery or equipment, temperature, speech, and operating conditions. Choose once you have a firm understanding of the prerequisites.

Lubricant benefits go beyond just lowering friction. For instance, it dissolves heat produced by frictional contact between surfaces, prevents metal surfaces from rusting, and keeps environmental elements like moisture and dirt from settling down. Regular and appropriate lubrication will ensure the effectiveness, dependability, and durability of machinery components and equipment in different industries (from industrial and automotive to aerospace and marine applications).