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Old 07-03-2018, 7:02 PM
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Originally Posted by iMONITOR View Post
Don't some of the anti-seize compounds contain metallic powders?
It’s actually ...aluminum dust.
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Originally Posted by scottyhetzel View Post
Itís actually ...aluminum dust.
Depends. Some anti-seize compounds are nickel-based. Some are copper-based.
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