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Anaerobic Adhesives (Thread Lockers)

Kisling ergo® Thread lockers are designed to securely connect two or more components to each other, even under load. Dynamic axial or transverse loads result in relative movements that lead to a loss of the pre-stress. This loss – coupled with the eventual failure of the screw connection – cannot be prevented long term, even with the use of ribbed washers, toothed washers and spring washers. Kisling's thread lockers ensure a long lasting secure connection, even when under dynamic loads and vibrations. Thread lockers are available in different strengths depending on your specific application.

Key Features and Benefits:

  • One-component adhesives
  • Solvent-free
  • Quick adhesion (depending on the material)
  • High resistance to aggressive media
  • Service temperature (depending on the product) ranges from –60°C to +200°C


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ergo® Anaerobic Adhesives

Product
Designation
Viscosity (mPas)
Breakaway Torque (Nm)
Prevailing Torque (Nm)
Compressive Shear Strength (N/mm2)
Max. gap (mm)
Max Thread Size
Temperature range
(°C)

Final Strength at 25°C (hrs)
Approvals
4003
Low Strength
1000
>10
>2
>10
0.2
M36
-55 to 150
10
-
4052
Medium Strength
2200 tx
>21
>10
>20
0.25
M36
-55 to 150
3
1/2/3/4
4100
High Strength
1500 tx
>20
>35
>20
0.25
M36
-55 to 150
6
1/2
4115
High Strength
Heat Resist

10000 tx
>23
>23
>25
0.2
M36
-55 to 200
24
-


ergo® Auxiliary Products for Anaerobic Adhesives

Product
Designation

Colour
Package Size
4900
Activator
Turquoise
100g / 1Kg


Approvals/Registrations:
1) NSF - ANSI 61 = Approved for use in contact with drinking water.
2) NSF - P1 = Listed for use in food processing areas, without direct contact to food.
3) DVGW / DIN EN751-1 = Approved for use in threaded gas leading connections. According to DVGW TRGI 2008, in Germany not allowed for use in household gas-installations.
4) KTW = Complies with the guide formulation of the German Federal Environment Agency, published 2016, February 11th, for use in contact with drinking water.