TUF-LUBE ™ Grooved Coupling Gasket Grease
Tuf-Lube is a mixed fatty acid soap dispersed in glycols and water solvents with a clay pigment filler. It resists evaporation and will not freeze. Mating of abutting pipes forces the gel into the cavity, thus providing the needed lubrication to complete coupling and seal the joint.
- Tuf Lube maintains its soft paste consistency and amber/tan color.
- Can be used from -10°F to 150°F.
- Can be used on all types of pipe including asbestos cement, cast iron, concrete, plastic and clay pipe.
- Will not deteriorate natural rubber, synthetic rubber or plastic gaskets.
- Tuf-Lube is certified to meet NSF code 61 standards for potable water system uses.
- Strict analytical standards and formula consistency are used to assure production of a safe lubricant for water pipe joining needs.
- Environmentally friendly raw materials common in the soap and lubricants industry are used in producing Tuf-Lube.
- Will not irritate the hands and is not toxic.
- Contains no petroleum oils or phosphates.
- Contains no silicone.
- Manufactured in the USA.
- VOC Content: Minimal (2%)
- Available in 1 quart tub (#1010031) and 55-gallon drum (#1010033).
The soap lubricant does not dry out when gaskets are stored in sealed plastic containers or bags.
The information contained herein is produced in good faith and is believed to be reliable but is for guidance only. GroovJoint cannot assume liability or responsibility for results obtained in the use of its product by persons whose methods are outside or beyond our control. It is the user’s responsibility to determine the suitability of any of the products, methods of use, or preparation prior to use, mentioned in our literature. It is the user’s responsibility to observe and adapt such precautions as may be advisable for the protection of personnel and property in the handling and use of any of our products.
|Appearance (neat)||Soft Amber Paste/Bland Odor|
|Bulk Density||9.3 lb/gal|
|Free Fatty Acid||1-3%|
|Total Alkalinity||100 mg KOH/g equivalent|
|Penetration||300-350||1/10mm @ 77°F|
|200-250||1/10mm @ 0°F|