Vroom…Motorcycle Assembly Just Got Easier

Motorcycles and power sports vehicles are full of rubber parts. Assembling these parts can be an arduous task. If you have ever struggled with installing bushings, hoses, engine oil seals, handle grips or footrests, you know firsthand just how difficult it can be to install these rubber parts.     Rubber is naturally slip resistant,… [Read More]


5 Reasons Why P-80 Is the Best O-Ring Lubricant

Remember the last time you had to install an O-ring? Maybe you were assembling new equipment or repairing a pump. Regardless of the type of equipment involved, unless you used an O-ring lubricant chances are you may have struggled with the installation.Common O-ring installation problems include tearing, twisting, turning, pinching and overstretching. Incorrectly installed O-rings… [Read More]


International Products Corporation And The US Department Of Commerce Strategize For International Sales Growth

International Products Corporation (IPC) helps businesses worldwide ease assembly operations and keep facilities and equipment clean. Who is IPC? IPC is a specialty chemical company that manufactures safe, water-based, temporary rubber assembly lubricants and precision cleaners. P-80® temporary rubber assembly lubricants are designed to decrease the installation force needed to assemble rubber parts, improving worker… [Read More]


Do You Need P-80® Temporary Rubber Assembly Lubricants?

Have You Ever Struggled With Rubber Assembly? How many times have you pushed a rubber hose onto a fitting only to find it wouldn’t slide into place because the fit was just too tight? Or, how about all of those seals and O-rings that twisted or tore because it took so much force to seat… [Read More]


What Is The Shelf Life Of My Assembly Lubricant? (And, Why It Matters)

Remember that temporary assembly lubricant that’s been in your cabinet for years? How do you know if it’s still effective and safe to use? These things are good forever, right? Absolutely not! Chemical products do indeed have a shelf life. Paying attention to expiration dates helps ensure you are using products at their peak performance… [Read More]


What Is The Shelf Life Of My Cleaner? (And, Why It Matters)

Remember that bottle of cleaner that’s been in your cabinet for years? How do you know if it’s still effective and safe to use? These things are good forever, right? Absolutely not! Chemical products do indeed have a shelf life. Paying attention to expiration dates helps ensure you are using products at their peak performance… [Read More]


Why Micro-90® is A Lab Tech’s Best Friend

What Is One Of A Lab Tech’s Biggest Challenges? Cleaning lab equipment, of course! Everyone knows that labware must be properly cleaned, but what’s the best way to achieve that goal? And, why is cleaning so important? Why Clean Lab Equipment? Regular cleaning is one of the easiest ways to keep your equipment functioning properly…. [Read More]


UNTANGLING THE NEW 2018 PROP 65 REQUIREMENTS…WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

What is Prop 65? Prop 65 is the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. This initiative requires that the state of California publish a list of chemicals that the state has determined cause cancer or reproductive toxicity. The list of chemicals is monitored and updated annually. In accordance with Prop 65,… [Read More]


Best of 2018: IPC’s Top 5 Posts of the Year

As 2018 draws to a close, it’s time to take a look back at all that has happened over the past twelve months. This has been a very productive year for International Products Corporation and we look forward to continued growth during 2019. We have embarked on a building renovation project and are expanding our… [Read More]


‘Tis the Season for Sharing

During the month of December, most of us are busy shopping, cooking, decorating and attending parties. Our days are filled with finding the perfect gift for our loved ones, baking dozens of cookies and deciding upon the best outfit to wear to each holiday event. Hours are spent with our families trimming the tree, lighting… [Read More]

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