Technical Data Sheets | Aerosol & Non-Aerosol Black
FLUID FILM BLACK® is a penetrant and lubricant also used for corrosion prevention. It is a non-toxic, long lasting, thixotropic liquid that has been used for over fifty years in the highly corrosive marine environment of ships and offshore drilling rigs. More recently they have been introduced and successfully utilized in the Automotive and snow handling industries as a vehicle undercoating. The wet barrier creeps and migrates into tight seams and into the metal chassis to provide corrosion protection from salts and brines. The addition of FLUID FILM BLACK® allows customers to protect their vehicle while restoring a rich black color to the chassis or cover existing rust.
FLUID FILM BLACK® is formulated from specially processed wool-wax, highly refined petroleum oils and selected agents to provide corrosion control, penetration, metal wetting and water displacement. The long lasting product contains no solvents, will not dry out and will penetrate to the base of all metals, providing corrosion protection from both natural and industrial atmospheres. Heavily corroded and/or frozen parts such as nuts, bolts, shafts, etc. that would normally be damaged during maintenance, can be salvaged by applying FLUID FILM BLACK®.
Unless designated otherwise, the following data refers to FLUID FILM® NAS or FLUID FILM® AS after the propellant has evaporated away following spray application.
black colored liquid.
Brookfield HBF, 70 ° F
#2 Spindle at 2 RPM
10 - 20 reading (16,800 - 32,000 cps)
Flash Point, Bulk Liquid: ASTM-92 Cleveland Open Cup
89% minimum (3 hours @ 220°F).
VOC. CARB 310
AS: Less than 25%, NAS: Less than 1%
Less than 10 -9 ohm/cm @ 1 mHz.
0.875 - 0.885 (less propellant).
Effect on Rubber ASTM D-471 @ ± 158°F 70 hours
None on neoprene and buna-n. May cause swelling on non oil-resistant rubber goods.
Effect on Paint
None on most painted surfaces.
Effect on Aluminum
Extreme Pressure ASTM D-2782 Timken Method
Fail load - 15 pounds.
Wear Prevention - CharacteristicsASTM D-2266 Four Ball Method
40 Kg., 1200 RPM for 1 hour @ 167°F. Results: Scar diameter of 0.49mm.
Contain no silicones. It is recommended that surfaces treated with FLUID FILM® AS or NAS be hot water or steam detergent washed (120°F), whichever is most effective.
Corrosion Protection ASTM D-1735 Humidity Cabinet
Passes 50 days.
ASTM D-1748Humidity Cabinet
Passes 30 days.
Grade 2 -Soft Films. Meets & exceeds salt spray requirements.
Displaces water from all metal surfaces (MIL-C-23411,Paragraph 3.6).
Non-toxic, LD-50 greater than 3 grams per kilogram. Non-irritating skin response. Very slight irritation to the eyes. (Toxicity tests performed according to standard methods by an independent laboratory).
AS: Extremely flammable. Contents under pressure. Do not puncture, incinerate or store above 120°F. Keep from open flame.
NAS: Combustible. Do not incinerate
Spray Nozzle Cleaning
Turn can upside down, point in a safe direction and spray until only propellant escapes. If spray button becomes clogged during use, pull it from the can and clean it with a fine wire or needle. Replace the button with a gentle twisting motion, keeping it pointed in a safe direction. Do not stick pins or other objects into nozzle tube.
All components of FLUID FILM® Aerosol and non-aerosol are listed on the TSCA Inventory.