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  • <p> There are few maintenence issues as frustrating as trying to open some seized or tight assembly, screws, nuts, locks, bilge pumps etc. Apply too much pressure and you break it! Apply too little and you fail also. There is only one reliable answeer to this problem. Apply TRANSYL liberally to the seized or corroded part and let it soak for a while. Usually 15 minutes is enough&nbsp;but you can leave it on as long as you wish - even overnight, and you will discover that you can easily open that previously seized bolt, screw, lock etc. If TRANSYL does not loosen that part - you've got a serious problem. TRANSYL is available in handy 400ml aerosol spray can and a 1 litre tin. (Larger sizes available on request).</p> <p> TRANSYL is <strong><span style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 0);">Silicone Free</span></strong>... If you are involved in spray painting for example in auto body shops, TRANSYL is silicone free and is the ideal oil for those conditions.</p> <p> TRANSYL Used as a cutting oil... TRANSYL due to its unique properties works extremely well as a lubricant while drilling or tapping / threading etc.</p> <p> TRANSYL Used as a lubricant... Transyl used as a lubricant does not collect dirt, fibres etc. This makes it ideal for use on textile machinery etc because it does not clog up the looms, bobbins etc.</p> <p> <strong>More Info below</strong></p> Seized, tight, corroded, rusted fasteners, bolts, screws, fixtures can easily be loosened with TRANSYL

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