Thread Sealants

  • Reduced downtime: Quick application and rapid curing minimize assembly and repair time, leading to faster equipment operational readiness.
  • Leak prevention: Reliable sealing eliminates leaks and potential equipment damage due to fluid loss.
  • Vibration resistance: Flexible bond withstands vibration, preventing leaks and ensuring long-term seal integrity.
The suitability depends on the hydraulic system pressure and vibration resistance requirements. While some general-purpose sealants can handle moderate hydraulic pressures, choose high-strength, vibration-resistant formulas for critical applications.
Yes, specific high-strength anaerobic thread sealants are formulated for industrial applications like high-pressure piping systems. These sealants can withstand pressures exceeding 10,000 psi and temperatures above 300°F. Ensure you choose a formula compatible with your specific pipe materials and fluids.
Clean threads thoroughly with degreaser or rubbing alcohol. Avoid oils and lubricants.
They work best on metal-to-metal connections but can also be used on some plastic combinations. Check product compatibility for your specific materials.
  • Prevents leaks: Creates a reliable seal, eliminating the need for traditional sealing materials like tape or gaskets.
  • Vibration resistance: Cures to a flexible bond, making it resistant to vibration and movement, preventing leaks over time.
  • Temperature and pressure resistance: Many formulas withstand high temperatures and pressures, ideal for demanding applications.
  • Easy application: Requires minimal surface preparation and quick application compared to other sealing methods.
Anaerobic thread sealants are liquid adhesives that solidify in the absence of air, filling gaps and preventing leaks between threaded components. They react with metal surfaces and form a strong, flexible seal, preventing fluid (air, water, oil, etc.) from escaping.