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 Post subject: Bendix Synthetic Lubricant
Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2011 3:35 pm 
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Bendix Ceramic High Performance Synthetic Lubricant

Specially formulated from pure synthetic base oils and treated with the latest rust, oxidation and anti-wear additives to provide lasting protection against friction, wear and corrosion.

It is fortified with a high concentration of a unique, high temperature ceramic boundary lubricant that will stay in place and protect at extreme temperatures from -50°C to over 1650°C. while providing protection against dirt, corrosion and uneven pad wear.

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Synthetic Lubricant

Bendix Ceramic High Performance Synthetic Lubricant was designed to be compatible with most plastics and rubbers, especially ethylene propylene rubber (EPDM, EP or EPT) commonly used in Disc Brake Caliper systems. The distinctive Blue colour makes it easy to identify during and after application. For MSDS, TDS and approvals please visit bendix.com.au or bendix.co.nz.


When do I use Bendix Lubricant?

Every single brake pad replacement or brake shoe change
Should be applied to caliper hardware, pins, slides & bushes to ensure smooth operation
metal to metal contact areas
metal to rubber contact areas
backing plates of brake pads or brake shoes
between shim and backplate of brake pad

Where do I use Bendix Lubricant?

It can be used on seals of Disc Brake caliper assemblies, all moving caliper hardware, rubber components, backing plates, shims and Brake Shoe assemblies.
Designed as a high performance problem solving, anti-wear and anti-corrosion lubricant. Bendix Ceramic High Performance Synthetic Lubricant is a heavy solids based, pure synthetic, dry-film, boundary lubricant it is a superior noise dampening compound that will last the life of the brake pads and shoes thus reducing customer comebacks resulting from noise complaints from other braking components.



How much do I use?

One 6 gram sachet is sufficient to do 1 front or rear brake job.

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For more info on BENDIX product visit : http://www.bendix.com.au/

 

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Posted: Wed Jan 11, 2012 8:59 pm 
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Exactly what I need for the fried brake caliper pins on my Hilux V6 06 model

 

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Posted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 2:25 pm 
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Raptorsc wrote:
Exactly what I need for the fried brake caliper pins on my Hilux V6 06 model


Works a treat!

You can find your closest stock list here: http://www.bendix.com.au/stockists?state=QLD&suburb=

 

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Posted: Sat Feb 04, 2012 11:19 am 
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Best shiit. We use it at work on every set of brakes we do. on the slides, bolts.
Good stuff.

 

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