Multi-Functional Penetrating Oil for Electrical, Comm-Data, and Industrial Use
P7™ Penetrating Oil is suitable for all kinds of electrical, industrial and telecommunication uses. Type P7 works four ways: as a moisture displacer, rust preventative, lubricant, and penetrating oil. P7 eliminates the need to carry multiple products for separate tasks, reducing chemical inventories and SDS collection.
P7 Penetrating Oil is excellent for maintaining locks. Spray P7 into lock tumblers for easy opening and long-lasting protection against rust. P7 is ideal for freeing up seized pole line hardware and all nuts and bolts. It has many electrical and telecommunication utility applications, such as lubricating and protecting cabinets and enclosures. P7 penetrates quickly to loosen stuck or frozen parts. Use P7 to maintain and lubricate equipment and motors. It displaces moisture, which is critical to restoring electrical or electronic equipment systems damaged by water ingress. Refer to our storm damage document on the sidebar for more information on the proper way to bring electrical systems back online after flooding.
P7 Penetrating Oil meets and exceeds numerous mil spec and ASTM standards making it a great choice for wide ranging industries. Please refer to our technical specification document for detailed test data on these standards.
Specifications and Applications:
Properties: Flashpoint (ASTM D93) 100° F/38° C, Initial Boiling Point 245° F/118° C, Specific Gravity 0.69, Dielectric Strength (ASTM D877) 13 KV, USDA Approved.
Compatibility: P7 Multipurpose Oil is compatible with most plastics and elastomers. Testing is based on a soak test described in ASTM D 543. P7 Oil will temporarily affect some rubber compounds, but they should return to their original state after the solvent carrier has dried. It is recommended that all plastic parts, gaskets, seals, and O-rings be tested for specific use and exposure method.
Water Displacement: P7 Multipurpose Oil displaces moisture and dries out ignitions. It creeps under water and ice, dissolving and carrying away these contaminants. A non-conductive, protective film is left behind. P7 Oil displaces water according to the procedure described in Mil-Spec C-16173E. No rusting or mottling was observed on the treated surface.
Storm Restoration Procedure: www.polywater.com/wp-content/ uploads/pdf/LIT-STORM-DAMAGE-10-05.pdf