GRAPHITE SPRAY RIFLECX

graphite spray 150ml

protects threads exposed to extreme temperatures

Why do I need Graphite Spray?
“Lithuania, my homeland! You are like health. How much you must be valued only he who has lost you will know…”. the words of our bard Adam Mickiewicz fit like a glove to describe this remedy.
A large proportion of shooters do not unscrew the compensator (especially on AR-type rifles), do not pay attention to the thread at the end of the barrel or its crown….
Finally, there comes a moment when we want to clean the compensator properly, so we start unscrewing it and… a bang, baked “through and through”. In extreme situations, the only option left is to heat it up with a blowtorch.
In the meantime, in order to avoid burning and devastation of the thread and barrel crown, it is sufficient to unscrew the compensator after every shot, remove dirt from the thread and barrel crown with a cleaning agent (in this case we recommend using a brass brush) and then use graphite lubricant spray to shoot without stress.
Riflecx graphite lubricant is resistant to extremely high temperatures.
So it doesn’t matter if you fire X magazines in training or if you are lucky enough to own a “full auto” – it will always protect against water and baking.
It adheres perfectly to surfaces preventing seizures.

Directions for use:
After cleaning the threads on the barrel, spray the surface with the preparation. Wait three minutes and then fit a silencer or compensator.
Parameters:
High content of micronised graphite – 15%.
High plasticity of the lubricant at low temperatures confirmed by the results of tests at the Air Force Institute of Technology.
Exhibits high temperature resistance and low chemical activity.
It has anticorrosive properties, does not dissolve in water, does not adversely affect the environment, exhibits high fire resistance.
Reacts with atmospheric water vapour to form a thin film on the surface, thus reducing friction and wear.
Capacity: 150 ml.
Applicator to facilitate precise application.
Water-repellent, hydrophobic.
High-temperature resistant from 30°C to +600°C.