A/G thread lubricant is "guaranteed" to eliminate galling on stainless steel threaded connections. It performs as an excellent
sealant and lowers torque requirements, as proper make-up is achieved quickly with minimum torque.

In addition to eliminating galling on stainless steel threads, A/G is equally effective on other gall-susceptible materials, as well as ferrous alloys and may also be used on more common types of carbon steel. It has passed both the "Shrimp Test" (drilling fluid toxicity test) and the Static Sheen Test in accordance with EPA standards.
A/G contains a high percentage of PTFE flake that will seal off a leak path and prevent the passage of fugitive emissions at pressures
up to 20,000 PSI. The need for Teflon tape is eliminated. A/G contains no metals or other ingredients which may be hygienically or environmentally harmful.
A/G is an excellent lubricant for reducing friction

72 = HI-TEMP
72 is a heavy duty, nickel based thread lubricant designed to prevent galling and accomplish proper make-up with less torque. Repeatability is important.
72 has a K-factor, which is not only lower, but also more consistent than any other nickel based compound.

72 is particularly recommended for use in extreme temperatures.
Connections subject to "metal creep" may no longer offer a good fit between mating surfaces.

The solids package in 72 continues to provide a reliable bearing surface to prevent galling during breakout.
72 does not contain sulfur bearing or other materials that might cause stress cracking (an important feature in the nuclear industry).
Recommended for temperatures up to 2500° F.


70+ is a thread compound formulated to provide smooth make-up and breakout of threaded connections. Another primary function is the prevention of rust and corrosion.
70+ contains well over 70% pure molybdenum disulfide, more than any other moly paste. For decades, moly has been recognized
for its lubricity under pressure and its ability to pack solidly and smoothly into the pores of metal surfaces. It is also noted for its chemical
stability at temperatures below 750°F.

70+ contains a significant concentration of rust and corrosion inhibitors. An H2S inhibitor is also included.
70+ is recommended for general use on threaded connections
and press fits, and performs well as a lubricant for nut splitter chisels.
It can also be used on seal rings and as a dressing for packing and o-rings.

70+ works well as a wear-in lubricant and a variety of other applications where sliding friction is present.
It is recommended for use at temperatures not exceeding 750°F.



444 contains a 40% blend of lubricating solids, providing excellent protection from wear and grinding pressures of slow moving heavy machinery. This grease is primarily intended for use on open gears. It also works well as a heavy-duty thread compound, especially where resistance to water washout is important.

444 offers the added advantage of long-term rust and corrosion protection. It is not only waterproof, but also contains additives specifically designed to prevent the damaging effects of salt and other corrosive elements.

444 performs well in other applications that involve splines, u-joints, chucks, pillow block bearings and most high impact surfaces & heavily loaded, slow moving mechanisms. It can also be used in freezing temperatures or in temperatures as high as 300°F.


RS18 is an excellent thread lubricant designed to eliminate wear and galling on stainless or other gall-susceptible threaded connections. 

RS18 does not reduce torque requirements to levels below those of other compounds. This is an important feature for applications involving rotary shouldered connections, or in other situations where over-torquing is a concern.

RS18 is also recommended for lubrication of shafts and other gall-susceptible mechanisms, which would normally be lubricated with smooth extreme pressure grease. It is intended for use at temperatures ranging from zero to 300° F. In addition, it is completely water-insoluble.

RS18 is a film forming lubricant. It has a strong polar attraction to metal surfaces and applies readily to threads and other machined parts. During use, a thin resilient coating is formed on areas subject to heavy loading and frictional heat. This thin layer helps prevent further abrasive contact between surfaces.