- Cleans, lubricates, protects, penetrates, and loosens corrosion
- Prevents corrosion by displacing moisture
- Restores resistance values by reducing current leakage
- Provides precision lubrication by its thin, high dielectric strength, lubricating film
- Helps restore water-damaged electrical equipment
- Frees rusted or seized parts by penetrating under dirt and scale into the finest pores and cracks
- Can be used on all metals and alloys
- Will not harm modern plastics, painted surfaces, coatings and rubbers
- Convenient 360° (upside-down) spray valve for aerosols
- Non-flammable CO2 propellant, giving an active product content of 97%
- NSN 6850-00-874-5847
- USDA CLASS H2
Helps to protect, lubricate and restore
- Electrical connectors
- Circuit breakers
- Switch gears
- Communication assemblies
- Alarm systems
- Spray light even coat to protect surfaces and to seal out moisture.
- Apply liberally to loosen rusted/seized parts; full penetration may require several hours.
- To displace water, spray wet surfaces until run-off is clear and moisture free. When possible, dip water damaged equipment in CRC 2-26; agitate while submerged; remove and allow to drain. A detailed “CRC water damage restoration” procedure is available upon request.
- To be removed by CRC Lectra Clean II, hydrocarbon solvents or alkaline degreasing before surface treatment.
- For application of CRC 2-26 in dipping baths, customers should take care to stir from time to time (to distribute small amounts of deposits) and to prevent excessive evaporation of solvent.When stable emulsions have been formed, the bath should be emptied and cleaned, and the product replaced.
- Do not use on energised equipment; allow solvent to evaporate before energising.This evaporation may take up to 4 hours, depending on surface condition and environment. Use only in well ventilated area.
- A safety data sheet (MSDS) according EU93/112 is available for all CRC products.
TYPICAL(*) PRODUCT DATA (without propellant)
- Appearance : light amber, clear
- Specific gravity (@ 20°C) : 0.83
- Distillation range of solvents : 180-250°C
- Freezing point : < -50°C
- Flash point (closed cup) : 75°C
- Dynamic viscosity (@ 20°C) : 4 mPa.s
- Ultimate film thickness : 2.10-6m (2um), (@ 20°C, after a 24 hr spread)
- Maximum expected coverage : 60 to 100 m2/l, (@ 20°C, after a 24 hr spread)
- Solvent dissipation : 2-4 hrs, (@ 20°C, thin film)
- Heat resistance : 120°C (150°C short time)
- Water displacement (IP 178/61, method B) : pass
- Film properties (after evaporation of solvent)
- Specific gravity (@ 20°C) : 0.89
- Falex true load failure : 8900N
- (ASTM D 3233, Proc.A)
- Salt spray resistance (**) : 55 hrs.