Automotive Assembly Applications

P-80 temporary rubber lubricants have been proven effective for a wide range of assembly operations involving boots, bumpers, bushings, diaphragms, grommets, hoses, insulators, mounts, O-rings, plugs, rubber moldings, seals, sleeves, tires, rubber washers, wire harnesses, and hundreds of other rubber and soft plastic parts.

What are your most successful automotive applications of P-80?  What assembly challenges are you facing?

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  • Hi I work for a company that makes the washer systems for a variety of car manufactures we use p80 on grommets when we’re assembleing the wash tanks for testing but I find it leaves the test stations in a bit of a mess afterwards is there another alternative that’s may be a bit thicker so it doesn’t drip onto the machine because it’s hard to clean off

    • Hello Mike, great question! We manufacture four industrial versions of P-80 lubricants; P-80 Emulsion, P-80 THIX, P-80 Grip-it and P-80 RediLube. Each P-80 formula is designed for a specific assembly application and vary in viscosity, dry-time and appearance. It is not uncommon for one facility to use three to four P-80 formulas on different lines. If you are looking for a non-drip formula, P-80 THIX is the formula you should test. I would be happy to send you samples. Please email your mailing address to mkt@ipcol.com and I’ll be sure to get it out right away. Let me know if you have any other questions!

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