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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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.
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Each piece is finished with a non-toxic, vegetable based, penetrating oil finish that requires minimal maintenance.
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.
In light industry it is also referred to as penetrating oil.
You can either leave your deck to age naturally or treat it with exterior penetrating oil that soaks into the wood.
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A light penetrating oil like WD-40[R] can be used in place of oil but it does tend to evaporate, therefore needing more frequent application.
Table 1: Coating system used on saw-textured plywood panels Water repellent Penetrating oil stain Brand Wattyl Forestwood Wattyl Forestwood natural Combat finish oil stain Vehicle/solvent Oil modified; mineral Oil modified; mineral turpentine solvent turpentine solvent Pigmentation Non-pigmented Oxide pigments (brown) Density (kg/L) 0.
If the pin won't move freely or actuate properly, put a drop or two of penetrating oil, NSN 8030-01-418-9008, on the pin.
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