Keep things moving smoothly with Sandstrom 28A Solid Film Lubricant from SkyGeek. The lubricant is sold in a 16-ounce aerosol can for easy application. Just a thin coating is all you need to keep your aircraft's parts moving freely. The spray lubricant helps reduce friction and cuts down on unnecessary wear of your aircraft's important parts. Unlike greases or other types of lubricants, dry film lubricant is dry to the touch when used correctly. That means there will be no sticky residue left behind and no mess to worry about. Add a manufacture's certificate to your order for a small charge.
Country of Origin
Schedule B Code
3 x 3 x 8 inches
MIL-PRF-46147 Type I Form 2 & MIL-L-23398 Type II
MIL-PRF-46147 Type I, Form 2 / MIL-L-23398 Type II
Weight per Gallon(theoretical): 9.90 + .2 lbs Solids Content(by weight minimum): 24% form 1 or 30 grams solids form 2 VOC(theoretical): 5.06 lbs/gallon Viscosity(at 77°F): 15 to 25 seconds #2 EZ Zahn Operating Temp. Range: -320°F to +300°F Fluid Resistance: Pass MIL-PRF-46147 Table 1 Immersion Fluids MIL-L-23398 Table 3 Test Fluids: ASTM D2510 A&C (6 & 18 hour dry) Thermal Stability: Pass ASTM D2511 Color: Flat Dark Gray Shelf-Life: 1 year from date of shipment Lubricative Pigments: Molybdenum Disulfide Specifications: QPL-46147 SFL-17A form 1, QPL-46147 SFL-17B form 2 exceeds the requirements of MIL-L-23398 Wear Life: ASTM D2625A (6 & 18 hour dry) 100 -200 minutes Load Carrying Capacity: ASTM D2625B (6 & 18 hour dry) 2750 - 3000 lbf
HMS4-1078QPL B Types I, II, VII & XI
Boeing M.D. PN/Spec#
HMS 4-1078 Types I & VIII
Surface preparation Steel: MIL-DTL-16232 type Z class 3 Aluminum: MIL-A-8625 type 2
ASTM B117 (6 & 18 hour dry): 1000 hours* FED-STD-791 Method 5331.1 sulfurous-acid salt spray: 4 cycles*
* Tests halted before failure occurred.