Fluid Film

Australian Region Representative STOTT INDUSTRIAL Pty Ltd

Fluid Film Liquid AS

Product Description:

Fluid Film® AS penetrates, lubricates and is an excellent corrosion prevention system. Fluid Film AS is nontoxic, long lasting, thixotropic liquids that have been used for over fifty (50) years in the highly corrosive marine environment, for bulk handling, cargo ships, boating and offshore drilling rigs.

Recently Fluid Film AS has been introduced and successfully utilized in the aerospace, aircraft and automobile industries and for home maintenance. Fluid Film AS is an industrial grade lubricant and industry grade corrosion protection and rust inhibitor.

Facilities where Fluid Film is used include government facilities, commercial fishing concerns, gas companies, agriculture, salt plants, municipal plants, power plants, manufacturing plants and pulp and paper mills.

Fluid Film® AS is formulated from specially processed wool-wax, highly refined petroleum oils and selected agents to provide corrosion control, penetration, metal wetting and water displacement. This long lasting product contain no solvents, will not dry out and will penetrate to the base of all metals, providing corrosion protection from both natural and industrial atmospheres.

Heavily corroded and/or frozen parts such as nuts, bolts, shafts, etc. that would normally be damaged during maintenance, can be salvaged by applying Fluid Film® AS & NAS.

Fluid Film® Properties

Appearance: Clear, straw colored liquid.
Viscosity:  
Flash Point, Bulk Liquid: 405°F minimum.
Non-Volatile: 89% minimum (3 hours @ 220°F).
V.O.C.: Less than 1%
Specific Conductivity: Less than 10 -9 ohm/cm @ 1 mHz.
Specific Gravity: 0.875 - 0.885 (less propellant).
Effect on Rubber: ASTM D-471 @ ± 158°F 70 hours
None on neoprene, buna-n and most synthetics. Some swelling on natural.
Effect on Paint: None on most painted surfaces.
Effect on Aluminum: No pitting.
Extreme Pressure: Fail load - 15 pounds. (ASTM D-2782 Timken Method)
Wear Prevention — Characteristics: 40 Kg., 1200 RPM for 1 hour @ 167°F. Results: Scar diameter of 0.49mm.(ASTM D-220 Four Ball Method)
Repaintability: Contain no silicones. It is recommended that surfaces treated with Fluid Film® AS or NAS be hot water or steam detergent washed (120°F), whichever is most effective.
Corrosion Protection: Passes 50 days. (ASTM D-1735 Humidity Cabinet)
Toxicity: Non-toxic, LD-50 greater than 3 grams per kilogram. Non-irritating skin response. Very slight irritation to the eyes. (Toxicity tests performed according to standard methods by an independent laboratory).
Warning: AS: Extremely flammable. Contents under pressure. Do not puncture, incinerate or store above 120°F. Keep from open flame.
NAS: Combustible. Do not incinerate.
Spray Nozzle Cleaning: Turn can upside down, point in a safe direction and spray until only propellant escapes. If spray button becomes clogged during use, pull it from the can and clean it with a fine wire or needle. Replace the button with a gentle twisting motion, keeping it pointed in a safe direction. Do not stick pins or other objects into nozzle tube.

Common Uses for Fluid Film AS

Automobile Marine Trucks
  • All nuts, bolts and studs.
  • Mechanical parts such as:
    • Brake levers.
    • Brake cable (emergency),
    • speedometer cable.
    • Hood and trunk mechanisms.
    • Door hinges, opening and locking mechanisms.
    • Window mechanisms.
  • Seat moving tracks and locks.
  • Tools.
  • Inside hub caps.
  • Wheel lugs.
  • Preservation inside doors.
  • Uncovered springs.
  • Battery post and connectors.
  • *Excellent vehicle undercoating corrosion preventative
  • (available in bulk) 3.79l, 20l, 208l.
  • Valves, stems, valve bonnets.
  • Port hole doggings and hinges.
  • Water tight door hinges and mechanism.
  • Elevator and dumb waiter guides.
  • Telegraph mechanism.
  • Furniture drawers and guide rails.
  • Signal light mechanism.
  • Chain falls, come-alongs, push and pull jacks.
  • Wire rope.
  • Machined surfaces, lathes, drills, shapers.
  • Nuts, bolts, studs, tools.
  • Exposed gear teeth.
  • Turnbuckles.
  • Clapper valve mechanism.
  • Piping and pipe joints.
  • Hatch doggings.
  • Throttle control mechanism.
  • Bright work (brass).
  • Winch brake mechanism.
  • Winch control mechanism.
  • Generator cooler heads.
  • Pelican hooks and turnbuckles, anchor chains.
  • Rudder machined surfaces.
  • Inside switch box doors.
  • Life boat falls.
  • Emergency steering blocks and sheaves.
  • Life line turnbuckles.
  • Forced draft blower mechanisms.
  • All blocks and sheaves.
  • Water tight deck drain enclosures.
  • All metal exposed to atmosphere or salt water spray.
  • Battery posts and connectors
  • Trailer attachments.
  • Truck bed bolts.
  • Blocks, turnbuckles.
  • Wire tie-downs.