LCP-177 Methods Of Application
LCP-177 will help eliminate premature failure of components created by moisture and general or fretting corrosion. Reliability is increased and manufacturers can save costly down time and repair or replacement of parts or components.
LCP-177 is applied using our 16 ounce, 12 ounce net, aerosol can with or with-out the provided extension tube provided used for pin point accuracy or for those hard to reach areas. Always shake aerosol cans before using.
LCP-177 can be applied during or at the end of production, during preventative maintenance inspections, or when a new component is installed. Shake or mix while applying, depending if aerosol or bulk is being used. Use extension nozzles provided with aerosol cans to access hard to reach areas.
Components should be free of oils, flux and other surface contaminants prior to application of LCP-177 . It is recommended that a high-purity contact cleaner that cleans, dries and leaves no residue be used to remove soils. If, after the component is properly cleaned, there is visual evidence of corrosion or other damage, it may be necessary to replace the component.
LCP-177 is not designed to remove corrosion. It will clean and revitalize an intermittent connector but cannot repair damaged areas.
For Aerosol applications apply material in short bursts for a uniform coverage of the component from a distance of 8 to 12 inches (20 to 30 cm), including pins and receptacles. Over sprays can be removed with a precision cleaning solvent compatible with the component substrate or part being cleaned. Two applications (coats) 30 seconds apart can be applied if required. Re-application should be performed as needed.
NOTE LCP-177 is non-reactive to most plastics, however, do not use on Styrene or Polystyrene. Mask clear plastic surfaces (windows, ports, etc) before applying to prevent possible fogging or cracking caused by the solvent carrier.
Shake aerosol cans prior to use.
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