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Has any heard of Ferrocote?


Please tell me about "Ferrocote"

Robert Kestler
Cherry Point, North Carolina


We use a short-term protective oil product which is known as Ferrocote 5856 HF. This product is available from Quaker Chemical Corporation in Conshohocken, PA.

Hope this helps.

Blair Smith
aerospace - Windsor Locks, Connecticut



The term Ferrocote in our facility means Ferrocote 1-72 from Quaker Products Co. We use it as a short term (3 to 6 months) preservative oil for our steel and aluminum parts.

Stephen P. Gaydos
McDonnell Douglas Aerospace


I am looking for a source to apply Ferrocote to cold headed fasteners. Any leads would be very helpful.

Jim V [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
machine co. - Waterford Michigan



I need information about Ferrocote 5856 (antioxiding), the cost and characteristics (rendimiento) of this product.

Thank you, for your information.

Luis Alberto Escobar

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