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Anaerobic Threadlocker Withstands Extreme Heat

Two threadlocking adhesives formulated to withstand heat and stress to 650F have been introduced by Henkel. Loctite 2422 is a medium-strength threadlocker for applications where disassembly with hand...


September 1, 2008
By MRO Magazine

Two threadlocking adhesives formulated to withstand heat and stress to 650F have been introduced by Henkel. Loctite 2422 is a medium-strength threadlocker for applications where disassembly with hand tools is desired. High-strength Loctite 2620 requires short-term exposure to temperatures over 650F in order to remove the nut and bolt with hand tools. Designed for use on threaded assemblies continuously exposed to extreme temperatures, these anaerobic adhesives are suitable for use in industrial ovens, heat treatment operations, turbocharged engines, pulp and paper processing, metal fabrication and more. Both products are anaerobic pastes that solidify when confined between close-fitting metal surfaces in the absence of air. They prevent loosening from shock and vibration, eliminate leakage and withstand exposure to harsh fluids.

Henkel Loctite

Reader Service Card No. 354

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