Vibra Tite 125 Medium Strength Removable Gel Threadlocker
About Vibra Tite 125 Medium Strength Removable Gel Threadlocker
Vibra-Tite 125 Gel Threadlocker is an anaerobic thread locking adhesive for all types of metal, threaded fasteners. Cured performance shows controlled medium strength with good temperature and solvent resistance against water and non-polar solvents. This product cures rapidly on plated, oily metal surfaces or inactive surfaces.
Using Vibra-Tite 125 is easy, the product is color coded blue and once cured, it seals and vibration proofs the assembly, giving controlled break loose and prevailing torque. When force is applied, the parts break loose (first movement) but it will take several turns before the cured film will stop resisting the turning action, thus ensuring against accidental component disassembly.
Common Applications for Vibra Tite 125
Replaces lock washers and plastic inserts. Locks machine tool access bolts, studs, and hydraulic system bolts. Used on gear box bolts/drive shaft, bearing cover cap screws, counter sunk screws, conveyor roller bolts and construction equipment.
Compatible Primers for Vibra Tite 125
Primers such as Vibra-Tite Excel 611 (Primer N) or Excel 612 (Primer T) can be used. The use of primers can result in lower strength and performance should be tested after full cure.
Vibra Tite 125 Environmental and Fluid Resistance
- Heat age @ 150C 100%
- Engine oil @ 150C 100%
- Brake fluid @ 150C 95%
- ATF @ 150C 85%
- 50/50 water/ethylene glycol @ 120C 85%
- Water @ 100C 85%
- Gasoline @ 25C 95%
- Diesel fuel @ 25C 100%
- Ethyl Alcohol @25oC 95%
Vibra-Tite 125 Gel Threadlocker Specifications
6 mL, 6 mL Blistercarded, 35 mL, 50 mL, 250 mL
2 Years from date of manufacture
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Not recommended for use in pure oxygen, or oxygen rich environments., Not recommended for use with plastics, especially thermoplastics.
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