penetrating oil


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penetrating oil

[′pen·ə‚trād·iŋ ‚ȯil]
(materials)
Low-viscosity oil that can penetrate between closely fitted parts, such as the leaves of springs and screw threads; used to loosen rusted parts.
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C) Penetrating oil contains a solvent to dissolve rust, a lubricant to reduce friction and a surface tension reducer for deep penetration.
If you get a stuck tube bathe it in penetrating oil, then heat the barrel lightly with a hair dryer to draw it into the threads, and let it sit.
Each piece is finished with a non-toxic, vegetable based, penetrating oil finish that requires minimal maintenance.
The pulse of ultrasound passes through the bolted joint and is reflected by the interface of the threads, while the rest is transmitted into the penetrating oil.
If it's really hard to turn the crank, pull the plugs and squirt a little penetrating oil in the cylinders.
Some found soaking the muzzle end of the barrel in penetrating oil such as Kroil for an extended time would allow the tube to be turned out.
Vogue International has launched travel- and trial-size shampoos, conditioners and a penetrating oil from some of the best-selling Organix collections.