S-277 anaerobic thread gute glue, threadlocker can be removed

Threadlocker is an anaerobic adhesive that can inexpensively and permanently prevent threaded fastener failure. Introduced nearly 50 years ago, these one-component anaerobic adhesives are unique liquid resins that harden (or solidify) into tough solids when exposed to metal ions in the absence of air.



High strength, high viscosity; Excellent resistance to chemical media; Lubricity, accurate conversion of favorable torque; It must be heated and disassembled; It is used for permanent locking and sealing of M24~M36 threaded fasteners.


 Scope of application

Threadlockers can be used for permanent locking and sealing of threads up to M36. When the air is isolated, the curing process begins.


 Product standards

Threadlockers prevent loosening and leakage caused by shock and vibration. Permanent locking, demolition and repair. One-component, red, medium-viscosity (6000~8000) glue, high-strength locking. Curing mechanism: anaerobic. The curing speed depends on the substrate used, with an initial cure of 20 minutes and a full cure of 24 hours. Temperature resistance -51~150°C.


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 Typical uses

 Threadlocker high-temperature resistant permanent locking type bolts below M36.


 Can threadlocker be removed

Threadlocker is a special adhesive used to provide additional fixation and sealing on threaded connections. It prevents threads from loosening or loosening and provides resistance to vibration and corrosion.

Threadlockers work by filling tiny gaps between threads to create a tight joint. When threadlocker is exposed to air, it begins to cure and form a high-strength, durable link.

 Threadlockers are generally divided into removable and non-removable types:

Low Strength (Removal): This type of threadlocker can be removed manually and is suitable for threaded connections that require frequent disassembly and readjustment.

Detachable threadlocker is a low-strength curing material that provides some resistance to loosening and fixing, but when the threads need to be removed, the curing effect can be manually removed to make the threaded connection easy to disassemble and readjust.

High strength (non-removable): This type of threadlocker can provide a stronger locking effect and often requires specialized tools to remove.

Non-removable threadlockers have higher strength and curing properties and are not easily removed once cured. This type of locker is commonly used in applications that require long-term fixation and anti-loosening, such as bolted joints for automotive engines and fastening threads for industrial equipment.

When using threadlockers, you should weigh the trade-offs between removable and non-removable threadlockers according to your specific application scenarios and needs, and use them in strict accordance with the product instructions and usage guidelines. If a cured, non-removable locker needs to be removed, additional force and special tools may be required to do so.

The temperature resistance and other properties of threadlockers also vary from product to product, depending on the specific manufacturer and product type. When selecting and using threadlockers, it is recommended to read the product instructions and usage guidelines carefully to ensure that you choose the right product for your specific application and requirements.

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