• Swaging Lubricant


  • All Materials


  • Solvent Based
  • Chemically Inert
  • Clear Colorless
  • Dry Bonded Coating
  • Excellent Lubricity
  • Themally Stable

McLube 1700L Swaging Lubricant


Solvent based bonded dry film lubricant and coating that will bond tenaciously to all surfaces. Will provide a colorless coating with excellent lubricity and a low coefficient of friction. Provides excellent stick slip properties. Stable to 550°F.

Technical Data:

  • Color and appearance................White, translucent dispersion
  • Dispersing medium.....................Solvent blend-heptane, ethanol, butyl acetate
  • Specific gravity............................0.78
  • Weight per gallon (lbs.)..............6.5

Application Method:

    McLube 1700L can be applied by spraying, wiping, or dipping a thin even film on the intended surafce to be treated.

Safety and Handling:

    The Material Safety Data Sheet for McLube 1700L should be reviewed before using the product. The precautions to be observed in handling McLube 1700L are those related to the solvent blend in the product - heptane, ethanol, butyl acetate. These solvents are flammable, and thus, the product should be kept away from heat, sparks and flames. Use only with adequate ventilation, especially in enclosed areas. The active ingredient is essentially nontoxic but heating above 550°F may cause formation of potentially harmful substances. Smoking should not be permitted while using McLube 1700L and contamination of tobacco products should be avoided. Safety glasses and gloves are recommended when using this product.


12 oz. Spray Can, Gallon Container, 5 Gallon Pail, 55 Gallon Drum


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