LANOX is a heavy duty anti-moisture, anti-corrosion lubricant made with a high grade lubricating oil and lanolin base with specialized chemical compounds.
LANOX contains no silicon, kerosene, acids or dieselene.
LANOX is harmless to metal points & surfaces, plastics, painted & enamel finishes, fibreglass, formica, rubber or neoprene seals.
LANOX doesn’t become sticky, gooey or gum up.
LANOX is non-conductive, non-static & non-corrosive.
LANOX has neutral properties, low flammability (NON-AEROSOL)
Lanox doesn’t dry out or wash off with water
What are the areas that LANOX would be preferred over INOX MX3?
LANOX is more suitable in certain marine applications such as Anchors, Chains & Shackle Bolts and in the protection of Outboard & Inboard Motors. INOX would be best used in areas such as Marine Radios, Sail Tracks (non-staining) and the protection of stainless & aluminium fittings ( good for polishing stainless steel, aluminium & fibreglass). For use in Firearms, LANOX is best used for long term storages purposes whereas INOX has better applications for the day to day cleaning and lubrication (anti-static) so it doesn’t attract dirt and helps clean barrel residues easier.
Anchors, Chains and Shackle Bolts
For good protection against corrosion and helps helps reduce fouling.
Keeps shovels, trowels, floats & formwork clean and corrosion free between use – Stops mortar and concrete adhering to aluminium frames, window & door glass on construction and building work sites.
Construction and Fabrication
Protects bare metal surfaces, frame work and welded joints in the open air from corrosion during construction before painting – Also good for the protection of all unpainted metal held in storage.
Earth Moving Machinery
Use as an anti-seize on track and blade bolts & nuts before screwing together – Protects all blades and bare metal surfaces between use.
Protects all painted and bare mental surfaces, sprockets, chains and cables from corrosion on all tractors, harvesters (grain, sugar, grape, etc), sowers, vegetable diggers and washers in use and in the off season.
Irrigation Plant and Pipes
Keeps pump motors, cables, linkages, couplings and electricals clean and free from corrosion and lubricated while in use and when in storage.
Jet Skis and Outboards
Protects outboards, clamps, props and jet skis from salt water corrosion, will not harm or harden rubber fittings – Keeps control and steering cables and linkages in good working order, lubricated and corrosion free.
Spray on all livestock crates and gates (rail , road, etc) to protect from rust and chemical corrosion before transit or in storage.
Lubricates and protects locks and hinges.
Protects all bare metal surfaces, pump motors (above and below ground), drag lines, winches and associated electricals from moisture and corrosion in humid and adverse weather conditions.
Moorings and Slips
Stops electrolysis – Keeps winches, cables, slip cradles and wheel bushes lubricated & corrosion free – protection for all electricals from moisture & corrosion.
Protects all painted and bare metal surfaces in the open from moisture and corrosion – Protects all timber surfaces for water and dry rot ( may slightly darken bare timber but it will not harm it) – Waterproofs and protects leather harness’s, boots, etc. Protects Firearms, barrels, etc in long term storage, will not harm stocks or metal finishes.
Boat, box & car trailers and horse floats, spray on chassis, springs, axles, hinges, couplings, winches, cables. light fittings and electricals for protection from sea air and salt water corrosion.
Spray on all metal threads before joining, stops threads from corroding together, makes it easier to undo all joints, nuts, bolts and screws at a later date.
Many people have asked me, “Why bring out another anti-corrosion lubricant when I had the best product of this type, INOX already on the market”. The answer is quite simple, sure INOX will cover most of the applications most of the times where an anti-corrosion lubricant is required, but there are times when a heavier, longer lasting anti-corrosion lubricant is needed to do the job . 4 years of research and testing went into LANOX before I brought it out on the market. About 70% of the time LANOX and INOX can be used for the same application, INOX being more suitable for the lighter applications such as electrical, hobbies and the food and beverage processing industry ( FOOD GRADE APPROVED ) and LANOX suitable for the more extreme climatic and high humidity conditions. We have found that INOX may effect some of the more modern natural rubber products with continual long term use, LANOX doesn’t have this effect.
John Chardon CEO – CANDAN INDUSTRIES PTY LTD.
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