Anti-Seize Compound - T-556

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T-556
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Description

Various forms of spark plug thread lube anti-seize have been around for years, but many experience the same application problem: they ball up and are very difficult to spread evenly across the threads. Tempest, the innovator of aviation products, wasn't satisfied and believed a better solution could be formulated. After many months of development, we believe we have found the solution! We are pleased to introduce Tempest T556 newly formulated spark plug thread lube anti-seize.

Tempest T556 comes packaged with a brush that applies the lubricant to the threads with a smooth even flow. Tempest T556 doesn't drip, and more importantly, won't inadvertently run down on the firing end of the spark plug potentially causing an environment conducive to fouling or even pre-ignition. It stays where you put it and covers like a blanket on the first pass!

A high-temperature, graphitic lubricant for application to spark plug threads during plug installation. Prevents galling and seizure especially with aluminum threads.   Sturdy plastic 4 fl. oz. bottle with brush attached to cap. Apply anti-seize compound sparingly to the firing end threads, but never to the first thread. Never allow antiseize compound to contaminate electrodes or insulator. This may cause plug misfire. Never apply antiseize to the terminal threads on the shielding barrel end of the plug!

 

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