6MIX LubeRegular price $13.99
The 6MIX, masterfully crafted in Toronto, this lube is a comprised of unique fluorinated oils and PTFE. This specialty lube takes advantage of the rich texture of industrial standard grade grease and the smooth properties of a pure PFPE oil providing a typing experience unlike any other. The finest of artisanal lube blends. Direction: Whip gently before use. Apply to affected areas carefully using a fine brush. Remove excess as required. Keep away from pets and dust.
Each jar contains approximately 5ml. Will naturally separate when stored, will remain stable in surface-to-surface contact. Stir before use.
Please note that all lubricant purchases are non-returnable & non-refundable once the sale is final.
Please note that this is a industrial product. Keyspresso is not responsible for any damages from inexperienced usage. Please do not ingest or leave on skin.
Tribosys 3204 5mLRegular price $13.99
Its Tribosys 3204, produced by Miller-Stephenson.
Primarily a lower viscosity switch lubricant that is considered a excellent choice for tactile switches.
Very similar to 204g0 but with more name recognition.
Will naturally separate when stored, will remain stable in surface-to-surface contact. Stir before use.
Data/Safety Sheets available on request.
Krytox XHT-BDZ (3 grams) - Stabilizer Lubricant GreaseRegular price $11.00
A heavy viscosity and heat-resistant grease.
Great for lubricating stabilizers. Not recommended for switches.
From the manufacturer:
XHT-BDZ is the highest viscosity grease in the XHT-BD Series. Krytox XHT-BD greases are designed for use where the temperatures are in the 288 °C (500 °F) range and higher, where there is a danger of melting the standard PTFE thickener. This grease uses a special non-melting high temperature thickener. The base oil is an extremely viscous oil that provides good viscosity and lower evaporation at high temperatures. Krytox XHT-BD greases are for use in low speed bearings or in pillow housings and will shear at high speeds, causing loss of oil in sealed bearings. The oil in the grease can begin to slowly evaporate at temperatures above 330 °C (626 °F), and this will occur at an increasing rate as temperatures increase. Re-lubrication could be required at these temperatures to achieve optimum life.