ACF-50 Anti-Corrosion Fogging Oil
ACF-50, Anti-Corrosion Formula, is a state of the art, anti-corrosion lubricant compound, specifically designed for the Aerospace Industry. It is an ultra Thin Fluid Compound (TFFC) that actively treats metal using advanced polar bonding technology.
ACF-50 actively penetrates and "creeps" into the tightest seams, lap joints, micro-cracks, and around rivet heads, displacing moisture and other corrosive fluids (orange juice, coke, coffee, salt water) in these corrosive prone areas.
ACF-50's thin film acts like an "OFF SWITCH" for corrosion remaining effective for up to 24 months.
Kills and stops corrosion on contact.
Protects, Penetrates, Lubricates.
Approved for use on all metals & electronics
Can be sprayed on, wiped on, or fogged for complete protection.
The clear ultra-thin fluid film leaves a non-greasy atmospheric barrier to protect the base metal.
Spray directly into electrical connections and components to prevent corrosion induced failures.
Chemically neutralizes the corrosive effects of road salt.
Will not dry out or trap moisture in
Excellent vehicle storage preparation and protection
How to Use:
ACF-50 is 95% product, hence virtually no propellant. Keep the tin in a warm environment, shake very well before use and remember a little ACF-50 goes a long way, so keep a rag handy to soak up any excess - then use the rag to help spread the product.
ACF-50 has strong capillary action so will creep into all the areas that moisture can, 'actively' pushing out moisture and replacing it with protection. Go cautiously when applying to the calipers to ENSURE YOU KEEP IT OFF THE BRAKES. Use ACF-50 anywhere, except the brakes, on your bike including the engine and exhaust (will smoke on the first start and burn off down pipes but still slows down corrosion process). Safe on paintwork, most rubbers and brings up black plastic trim a treat.
ACF-50 contains no water and is approved for electrics so spray directly into electrical joints and components where it will prevent corrosion-induced failures and high resistance joints. Works well at stopping dirt, mud, and salt from sticking. You can come back from a winter ride with the bike 'white with salt' - a quick wash off and it's gone with the bike still protected. Areas not in direct contact with the elements i.e. tank, seat areas, electrics require treating approx. once a year. Other exposed areas re-apply as necessary. You can tell the product is still 'Active; as water will bead on contact...having no water content and not being water-soluble ACF-50 only dissipates by being 'sacrificial' whilst stopping existing or new corrosion so just re-treat as required.