The Activator, Volume 1, Number 8, May 1945 Page: 173
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1945 THE ACTIVATOR 173
NOW... a stopcock lubricant that offers
high resistance to chemicals and heat
. . . A DOW CORNING SILICONE
Inert II Stopcock Grease is a new silicone material which effec-
tively, lastingly lubricates glass and ceramic stopcocks.
1II Stopcock Grease offers high chemical and heat resistance, and
retains its petrolatum-like consistency without appreciable change
in temperatures from -40 F. to 450 F. Available in 2- and 8-oz.
tubes and 10-pound cans.
Dow Corning Stopcock Grease
is sold through laboratory
supply houses in the United Oif
States and Canada. ri "
DOW CORNING CORPORATION F IRS T I N S ILICO NE S
MIDLAND, MICHIGAN _
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