Multi-purpose penetrating lubricant and releasing oil
- Releases - unlocks tight or stuck mechanisms seized by rust and oxidation
- Penetrates - has excellent 'wetting' abilities and spreads itself quickly
- Lubricates - outstanding fluidity and lubricating ingredients
- Cleans - excellent cleaning agent - removes dirt, grime and grease
- Protects - leaves a thin protective ﬁlm on surfaces to shield against moisture and oxidation
Transyl Oil is a lubricating, deep penetrating, self-spreading liquid with exceptional ‘wetting’, spreading and climbing properties. It is able to reach the most hard to reach areas and is perfect for the dismantling and maintenance of metal assemblies and for lubricating hard to reach metal parts.
Developed for over 75 years, Transyl oil is a multi-purpose problem solver. It has now become widely used in the Automotive, Aviation, Rail and Maritime industries as well as the industrial and domestic markets. It can be used on all surfaces and does not contain caustic or acidic substances and so does not damage paint.
What is so good about Transyl Oil?
- Releases – Frees and loosens fixings seized due to rust or corrosion and deposits lubricating film between seized parts, allowing them to be dismantled.
- Penetrates – Excellent ‘wetting’ properties allow Transyl Oil to spread quickly and penetrate deeply.
- Lubricates – Allows easy movement of stiff and seized parts (ideal for machining).
- Cleans – Dissolves and removes dirt, grease and grime.
- Protects – Leaves a thin protective film on metal surfaces to shield against damage caused by moisture and oxidation.
- Moisture – Displaces moisture and quickly dries out electrical circuits – prevents moisture induced short circuits.
- Self-spreading – Very low surface tension and natural capillary action – climbs vertical metal surfaces and penetrates hard to reach areas.
- Machining – Prevents wear and tear on cutting heads
Ideal Uses for Transyl Oil
- Releasing rusted parts such as bolts, screws, chains, bearings and conveyors
- Lubricating hinges, chainsaws, pulleys, locks, tools and more
- Cleaning engines, industrial and marine equipment
- Dissolving adhesives and gums – for easy removal of labels, tape, etc.
- As machining lubricant; especially useful for working with aluminum and its alloys, plastics and stainless steel
- For electrical assemblies, circuit boards, automotive electrics and controls
Application: Brush, Spray, Dipping
Shelf Life: 5 years minimum in original unopened packaging
Remove any loose or flaking rust.
Application of Transyl Oil
Applying Transyl Oil to rusted and corroded parts
Saturate the item to be loosened and allow to work. If required repeat the procedure until the item is loosened and can be removed.
Using Transyl Oil for cleaning and degreasing
Saturate the surface and allow the oil to work for a short period. Then agitate with a brush or cloth and wipe off any excess liquid. Repeat if necessary.
Using Transyl Oil for machining
Apply as required to the surface being cut.
Using Transyl Oil for electrics
First isolate all power (not required for Spark Plug Leads, Ignition Coils etc). Then drain all the stored power from the system. Spray Transyl Oil directly on to the electric device or circuit board. Tilt to drain off any excess. Thoroughly vent the system to ensure all solvent is evaporated off before restoring power.
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