Dielectric grease comes in one-use tubes

Oct. 1, 2006
Phillips Industries is providing Qwik-Shot one-use dielectric grease tubes. Using dielectric grease will protect electrical connections and stop corrosion

Phillips Industries is providing Qwik-Shot one-use dielectric grease tubes. Using dielectric grease will protect electrical connections and stop corrosion by sealing out moisture, high heat, and contaminants. Phillips recommends the use of dielectric grease before installation and every time electrical connections are disconnected to increase vehicle reliability and safety.

Qwik-Shot tubes are an easy way to have dielectric grease available whenever it's needed, either at fleet maintenance locations or for on-the-road use. The one-use tubes are available in buckets of 200 (part number 80-250).

E-mail Travis Hopkey at [email protected] for more information.

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