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Re: Alox, where do you get it?
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I bet if you mixed the Lee Liquid alox and bees wax you would have close to the same and probably cheaper!
 
Posts: 5226 | Location: USA | Registered: 10 March 2003Reply With Quote
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we had a talk about this long ago. I added a post to bring it back to new. Want to go 1/2 on a 5 gallon bucket? Dale
 
Posts: 301 | Location: Xenia,Il. 62899 | Registered: 14 November 2003Reply With Quote
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Take your pick
ALOX 100 � Oxidized wax, acid number range 15-120
ALOX 111 � Concrete mold release corrosion inhibitor additive
ALOX 165 � Nonstaining, alkali resistant, water separating, calcium based
ALOX 165L � Liquid non-emulsifiable, nonstaining, water separating
ALOX 168 � Nonemulsifiable, nonstaining, water displacing rust preventive
ALOX 318FS � Replaces ALOX 318F, soft, waxy rust preventive additive
ALOX 318FXS � Soft, waxy rust preventive additive
ALOX 319FLS � Replaces ALOX 319FL, acid fume inhibitor for solvent based systems
ALOX 319FS � Replaces ALOX 319F, acid fume inhibitor for solvent based systems
ALOX 319FXS � Replaces ALOX 319FX, acid fume inhibitor for solvent based systems
ALOX 436A � Concrete mold release corrosion inhibitor additive
ALOX 502A � Preservative lubricant additive Mil-L-21260
ALOX 575S � Replaces ALOX 575, barium based, oil, solvent emulsifiable, salt spray protection
ALOX 606 � Hard film, high melt point, calcium soap, long-term outdoor protection
ALOX 606-55 � Solvent cutback of ALOX 606 calcium soap, long-term salt spray protection
ALOX 606-70 � Solvent cutback of ALOX 606 calcium soap, concentrate
ALOX 904S � Replaces ALOX 904, fingerprint remover additive
ALOX 940AS � Replaces ALOX 940A, rust preventive additive for solvent or oil
ALOX 1680 � Penetrating oil additive
ALOX 1689 � Sorbitor ester oxidate, nonionic emulsifier
ALOX 1727DS � Replaces ALOX 1727D, slushing oil additive, nonstaining
ALOX 1937S � Replaces ALOX 1937, slushing oil additive, nonstaining
ALOX 2028S � Replaces ALOX 2028, nonstaining, alkali resistant, water separating, barium based
ALOX 2162S � Replaces ALOX 2162, thin-film, limited salt spray rust preventive
ALOX 2201E � Corrosion inhibitor for Mil VV-L-800 preservative oils
ALOX 2211Y � Firm film, light colored, high melt point, thixotropic rust preventive
ALOX 2213AS � Replaces ALOX 2213A, limited salt spray, water displacing, soft film
ALOX 2213CS � Replaces ALOX 2213C, limited salt spray, water displacing, soft film
ALOX 2213D � Non-emulsifiable, limited salt spray, nonstaining, oil and solvent based
ALOX 2214 � Solvent/oil based, provides acid fume and salt spray protection
ALOX 2248C � Corrosion inhibitor and plasticizer for asphalt
ALOX 2263S � Replaces ALOX 2263, salt spray protection of phosphate and steel surfaces
ALOX 2278S � Replaces ALOX 2278, nonstaining rust preventive additive
ALOX 2280S � Replaces ALOX 2280, emulsifiable soluble-oil corrosion inhibitor
ALOX 2289S � Replaces ALOX 2289, acid fume inhibitor
ALOX 2290AS � Replaces ALOX 2290A, oil-soluble corrosion inhibitor, salt spray protection
ALOX 2290S � Replaces ALOX 2290, oil-soluble corrosion inhibitor, salt spray protection
ALOX 2291 � Barium sulfonate, high molecular weight
ALOX 2292B � High molecular neutral synthetic calcium sulfonate
ALOX 2296 � Nonstaining, excellent humidity protection, oil-based
ALOX 2900 � High molecular weight neutral synthetic calcium sulfonate
ALOX 2950 � Moderately overbased, oil soluble calcium sulfonate

you make a good fertilizer spreader
did someone give you this idea or was it a brain fart?
 
Posts: 39 | Location: In the middle of it all | Registered: 14 April 2004Reply With Quote
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How much is a 5gal bucket?
Where do we get one from?
Which # were you looking at?
from the list below, this one looks interesting
ALOX 606 � Hard film, high melt point, calcium soap, long-term outdoor protection

I could see getting a 1gal bucket.
If Alox is just a Calcium soap grease, then do we need to use the Alox brand? Or just find a Calcium soap grease that comes in a more exerimentally friendly sized container?

I looked up some stuf on soap greases and it looks like Lithium based soap grease might be better for the wider operating range of temperatures. Not sure if it mixes well with Bee's wax or not.
 
Posts: 2924 | Location: Arkansas | Registered: 23 December 2002Reply With Quote
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Having gone through the process, I still have half a bucket of 2138F. I am willing to subdivide it.

Another thought comes to mind - ask for a sample. A friend of mine did this (built up an impressive (fake) company letterhead) and got a 55 gal. drum full of what he asked for free!
 
Posts: 621 | Location: Virginia mountains | Registered: 25 December 2002Reply With Quote
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Having gone through the process, I still have half a bucket of 2138F. I am willing to subdivide it.

Another thought comes to mind - ask for a sample. A friend of mine did this (built up an impressive (fake) company letterhead) and got a 55 gal. drum full of what he asked for free!




Sounds interesting. Email sent.
If your friend has a 55gal drum of the stuff, would he be interested in parting with some of it? You could send him my email addy.
 
Posts: 2924 | Location: Arkansas | Registered: 23 December 2002Reply With Quote
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