Caig ProGold / Stabilant 22
jrr at flippers.com
Fri Jun 22 11:57:23 CDT 2007
At 12:57 PM -0700 6/21/07, Al Kossow wrote:
>The wisdom of using this stuff was being discussed on another mailing
>list, so I thought I'd see what people knew about it. I suspect it is
>similar to this:
>There seems to be almost nothing on the web about what the Caig stuff
>actually is. Materials safety data sheet lists ingredients as 'trade secret'
>Reasonable discussion of the Stabilant stuff in patent #4696832
In my quest for more reliable repairs I have been using Dow Corning
#4 Electrical Insultating Compound for a number of years on all our
high current (>1A) plugs and sockets. I find that it reduces or
eliminates corrosion, plus it also reduces contact resistance and a
connector that was warm to the touch is now cool.
Not very expensive either...
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