Tectyl 823 EM | 16 Gallon Keg
Tectyl / 3141016
Tectyl 823EM, 16 Gal. keg, is an internal combustion engine oil and corrosion-preventive compound approved under General Motor's Electromotive Division, Approval Number 130-OI-26. The film is oily and translucent.
Surface Preparation:The maximum performance of this product can be achieved only when the metal surfaces to be protected are clean, dry, and free of rust, oil, and mill scale. Daubert Chemical Company recommends that the metal substrate temperature be 50 - 95F (10 - 35C) at the time of product application.
✓ - Ensure uniform consistency prior to use.
✓ - Apply at 50 - 95F (10 - 35C).
✓ - Draining of the crankcase and oil sump is recommended.
✓ - Reuse of product should be restricted to three units.*
✓ - May be applied by spray, circulation, or dip.
This product is miscible and compatible with all conventional 10, 15, 30, and 40 weight internal combustion oils.
The use of Tectyl 823EM to prepare used engines for storage may result in its dilution with contaminated engine oil.
Removal:This product can be removed with Tectyl HPS solvent-borne thinner, vapor degreasing, or low pressure steam. It may also be removed from fabrics by normal dry cleaning procedures. Avoid the use of chlorinated or highly aromatic solvents when removing from painted surfaces, as these solvents may adversely affect paint.
- Store product at temperatures between 50-95F (10-35C).
- Mild agitation is recommended prior to use.
Caution: Refer to Daubert's Safety Data Sheet for health and safety information.
NOTE: The addition of any product over or under this coating is not recommended. The use of additional coatings could result in chemical incompatibility, thus adversely affecting the performance of this coating as stated in the lab data section. If a product other than Daubert Chemical Company's recommended product is required, written authorization must be obtained from Daubert Chemical Company.
*Treating multiple units with the same oil charge will result in a decrease in protection because of oil dilution.