Tube Silicone Lubricant for O-Rings 2 Ounce

Sku: 995-US-599-20

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Ideal for water filters, reverse osmosis systems, water softeners and anyplace O-rings are utilized

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Product Description

Product Description

US Water Systems Silicone is Specially Formulated Silicone for all Rubber Parts and O-Rings

  • Comes in a handy, durable, re-sealable tube that will last for years.
  • Certified to NSF-61 standards and is designed for use in potable water systems where NSF certification is required.
  • Ideal for water filters, reverse osmosis systems, water softeners and anyplace O-rings are utilized
  • This stiff, tacky compound has excellent dielectric properties, oxidation resistance and water repellence.
  • It is essentially non-toxic, non-melting and retains its pliability, even after extended service use.
  • Resistant to a variety of chemicals and is compatible with most plastics and rubbers.
  • Extremely water-resistant and withstands water washout and spray-off.
  • US Water Systems US-599 Silicone is the lubricant of choice for lubricating all o-rings in water treatment applications.
  • NEVER use petroleum based products (such as vaseline) on any O-Ring.


Buy an 2 oz. Tube and keep it FOREVER to lubricate anything made of rubber.  NEVER USE VASOLINE or any petroleum-based products on O-Rings!

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Manufacturer US Water Systems

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  • 11/18/2014

    Very good product

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  • 3/28/2015

    Recommended

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Product FAQs

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  • What is the estimated hydrogen peroxide consumption for treatment of 1 ppm iron?

    It varies greatly upon how much water you use.