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BG In-Force Ion-Activated Penetrating Oil Spray

PRODUCT CODE: BG438 DEFAULT
The ultimate Professional Penetrating Oil Spray in a large 446g, 15.75oz can with straw applicator. If this doesn't free it then nothing will.
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BG In-Force Ion-Activated Penetrating Oil Spray - 581ml Aerosol BG438
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The ultimate in Penetrating Oil in a large 446g, 15.75oz can with straw applicator. If this doesn't free it then nothing will.

An ion-activated penetrating oil which stops rust, and lubricates and frees rusted parts. The ion-activated formula permeates metal better than standard-formula penetrating oils. Under the most severe conditions, the foaming action provides constant lubrication while minimising run-off, reducing waste, and attacking the tough rusted areas.

It can also be used in assembly applications. When bonded to metal, it forms a protective coating and lubricating surface which is enhanced by other lubricants and corrosion inhibitors.

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When oxygen bonds with iron, rust is formed. Oxygen is an ion-activated particle with a negative charge. Iron is an ion-activated particle with a positive charge. Just as the old saying, "opposites attract,” oxygen and iron attract each other, bond together and form iron oxides (or rust). Because the negatively-charged particles in BG In-Force are more electronegative than oxygen, they are more strongly attracted to iron than oxygen is. Hence, BG In-Force finds its way to iron, bonds with the iron, and protects the iron from oxygen. Below is a more technical explanation:

An iron atom typically has a positive atomic charge of 3 (Fe+3) because it has 3 more protons (positively charged particles in the nucleus) than electrons (negatively charged particles that circle around the nucleus). The oxygen atom has a negative charge of 2 (O–2) because it has 2 more electrons than protons. When the atomic iron (Fe+3) and oxygen (O–2) are brought together, they form a molecularly neutral iron oxide or rust (Fe2O3).

The ionic reaction equation is: 2Fe+3 + 3O–2➔ Fe2O3. This ionic equation is briefly summed up by saying that 2 atoms of iron plus 3 atoms of oxygen react to form 1 molecule of iron oxide. The opposite charges of the iron and oxygen atoms balance (or neutralize) each other when bonding, which is referred to as an ionic reaction. Unless the oxygen is stopped from coming in contact with the iron, the iron will oxidize until all of the free iron has been oxidized into iron oxide or rust. This reaction of iron and oxygen is greatly accelerated under heat and water conditions, especially when salt is involved. BG In-Force penetrates rust (iron oxides) and inhibits further corrosion of metal by use of "ion-activated” particles. It contains a solvent delivery system which has a low surface tension so that the active ingredients can easily be delivered through the rust to the surface of the unoxidized metal.

The active ingredients, which include "ion-activated” particles, lubricants and corrosion inhibitors, are delivered to the unoxidized metal to inhibit further corrosion. The "ion-activated” particles in BG In-Force are elements or atoms that have negative charges. Because these particles are more electronegative than oxygen, they are more strongly attracted to iron and actually form a more stable layer with iron.

After the ionic particles have reacted with metal, a molecularly neutral metal structure is formed where the oxygen can no longer make contact with the iron, thereby eliminating further formation of rust. When the ionic particles in BG In-Force bond to metal, they form a very good protective coating and lubricating surface which is enhanced by the other lubricants and corrosion inhibitors in BG In-Force.

BG In-Force stops rust! It lubricates and frees rusted parts. It can also be used in assembly applications to treat metal before rust has a chance to form.

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Directions for use:

  • Spray onto rusted, corroded or frozen part and allow a few moments for penetrating action. Tapping the part will help further accelerate the penetrating action. In unusually difficult situations, repeat the procedure.

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