The Loxeal 58-11 High Pressure Thread Sealant 250ml is an anaerobic adhesive that is ideal for the sealing of threaded metal to metal joints. This Loxeal thead sealant seals against gas, water, LPG, hydrocarbons, oils and other chemicals.
This Threadsealing adhesive replaces PTFE tape and yarn giving instant sealing against moderate pressure. It seals against gas, water, LPG, hydrocarbons, oils and other chemicals. Thixotropic property prevents migration of sealant from thread before or during curing. It is shock and vibration resistant, with sealing properties unaffected over the temperature range from -55°C to +150°C.
Also available in 50ml and 100ml tubes.
High viscosity – once oxygen is expelled from sealant it will activate and start to cure
Sealing unaffected by shock/vibration within temperature range: -50°C to +150°C
Rapid cure time – functional in less than 3 hrs
Safe for use with potable water and AGA approved
Not suitable for use on plastics
Made in Italy
Viscosity @ 25°C (mPa-s)
24,000 - 70,000
Density @ 25°C
Max Diameter of Thread
M 80 / 3° / 0.50mm
Shelf Life @ 23°C
-50°C to +150°C
AGA Approval No
Handling Cure Time
15 to 30 minutes
Functional Cure Time
1 to 3 hours
Full Cure Time
3 to 6 hours
6 to 13 N/mm2
Locking Torque (Breakaway)
18 to 24 N m
Locking Torque (Prevailing)
7 to 14 N m
Elongation at Break
More than 100%
Sealing gas & water metal tometal threaded joints.
AGA (AS 4623:2008)and WaterMark approved
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