DeoxIT® Fader F-Series – Moving Contact Lubricant for Conductive Plastic Faders and Controls
Part No. F100L-L2C:
100% Liquid, No solvents, 2.0 mL
Applicator: Squeeze Tube, provides no flushing action, applies 100% DeoxIT® Fader. Ideal for OEMs or include in service kit.
Formulation: 100% DeoxIT® Fader.
Use: When contact and connectors are easily accessible. No flushing action.
Notes: Use when over spray is an issue and on sensitive materials. Formulation safe on plastics. On easily accessible surfaces, recommend wiping off excess, leaving a thin layer. Need more tactile feel, use the DeoxIT® Fader Grease after cleaning with DeoxIT® Fader F-Series.
Metal and/or Plastic: Not sure if faders have plastic and/or metal components, we recommend using DeoxIT D-Series, Part No. D100S-2 (100% DeoxIT spray).
DeoxIT® Fader F-Series is a precision lubricant and cleaner for moving contact surfaces (faders, switches, potentiometers and other mechanisms with sliding surfaces).
It replenishes lubrication lost on surfaces that have been cleaned with solvents or other cleaning solutions.
Over time these conductive plastic components lose their original lubrication from wear and/or repeated cleaning. Dust, dirt, drink spills and other contamination also degrade the components’ lubricant. The need for re-lubrication is necessary to avoid excess wear and abrasion to the plastic surfaces.
Another use for DeoxIT® Fader is on conductive membrane switches and components. Oil, grease and acids build up on the membrane surfaces due to repeated finger contact and can lead to device malfunction. Applying DeoxIT® Fader will provide a long-lasting barrier against these types of contamination. The oil, grease and acids will be displaced above the DeoxIT® Fader layer preventing contact with the plastic membrane.
For reference, DeoxIT® Fader F-Series has approximately 1% cleaning action.
- KEY FEATURES:
- Formulated for Conductive Plastics/Controls
- Maintains Optimum Signal Quality
- Replenishes Lubrication Lost
- Maintains Tactile Feel
- Reduces Wear & Abrasion
- Temperature Range, -26 C (-15 F) to +150 C (302 F)