Everything You Need To Know For Easy O-ring Installation

The O-ring…the little part that plays a big role! “What are the parts of a car?”  Most people will answer with “engine, thermostat, radiator, water pump, battery, alternator, ignition, steering wheel, tires, windows, doors, and seat belts”. Not too many people will mention O-rings. But, O-rings play an integral role in the manufacturing and operation… [Read More]


Solve Hydraulic Line Assembly Problems With P-80® THIX

A worldwide crane manufacturer experienced hydraulic system issues, including contamination, rolled O-rings, leaks, and line shut-downs resulting from numerous false-positive leak detections. Once they began using P-80® THIX for assembly they were able to eliminate false positive hydraulic leaks and contamination, allow easier thread starts and aligned joint assemblies, and achieve torque specifications. What is… [Read More]


How Engineers Choose Rubber Lubricants

A Multi-Disciplinary Engineering Approach to Selecting Assembly Lubricants Rubber is everywhere! Have you ever stopped to consider how many rubber parts are in your car? Or your dishwasher? Or the airplane flying you away to your dream vacation? So many items that we use every day are composed of thousands of rubber parts of varying… [Read More]


Deciphering Reach and RoHS…The Alphabet Soup of Safety Standards

There are many safety standards that apply to chemical products. As new standards and regulations emerge it can be difficult for those who buy and use chemical products to keep up-to-date with proper safety requirements. Many businesses use chemicals in their day to day operations for manufacturing and maintenance. Sometimes it may seem as though… [Read More]


Rubber Lubricants Make Helicopter Maintenance A Breeze

Assembly and repair of helicopters can be difficult. Helicopters are composed of numerous rubber parts, many of which can be hard to install or replace. Rotor blades, shafts, landing skids, control rods, stabilizer bars, pitch levers, blade grips, isolators, bushings, hoses, rotor seals, and tail booms are some of the many helicopter parts that are… [Read More]


What’s The Proper Way to Handle and Store P-80® Lubricants?

P-80® temporary rubber assembly lubricants decrease the installation force needed to install rubber parts, enabling them to slide easily into place. These lubricants provide a high degree of lubricity when wet, but once dry the slipping action goes away. P-80 lubricants are used throughout the automotive, appliance, pump, aerospace, bus & truck, wire & cable,… [Read More]


The Best of 2017: IPC’s Top 5 Blog Posts of the Year

2017 has been a very busy year for International Products Corporation. We launched our new website in March and began publishing our popular blog. Throughout the year we exhibited at various trade shows, visited many of our customers and distributors worldwide, continued our on-site research and development of new products, received a new ISO Standard… [Read More]



Stop Struggling … See How Temporary Lubricants Make Rubber Assembly Easier!

Have you ever struggled with rubber assembly? If so, you’ve probably experienced for yourself the excessive force needed to properly install hoses, seals, gaskets, O-rings and many other rubber parts. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone came up with a better way? Your wishes have been granted! Temporary rubber assembly lubricants were developed specifically to… [Read More]


Special P-80 Formulas…Perfect For Pumps In The Food Industry

Pumps and seals perform vital functions in food and beverage processing plants. Using the right assembly lubricant for pump maintenance makes all the difference. Manufacturing facilities strive to keep operations running smoothly and effectively at all times. This is true for all types of plants, whether they manufacture industrial products or foods and beverages. While… [Read More]

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