Have you ever wondered why LPS® MAX and LPS® use lithographed labels on their aerosol cans?
Do you know why a 2-piece aerosol can is better than a 3 piece can? Why might a can have speed bumps?
What makes an aerosol flammable or extremely flammable? There's a difference.
Folks, if your straw struggle is real, LPS® MAX has the answer.
The world of solvent degreasers can be a bit convoluted.
Here is a quick down to earth description of the Tag Closed-Cup flash point test and what it means.
Here is a quick primer on LPS® Tapmatic® hand applied cutting fluids.
Yes, that is correct. By using SCRUBS-in-a-Bucket® you can save your company $$$’s. Read on to find out how that is possible.
Why you need to keep your aerosol's can warm this winter!
Beware of bumps in the night and any residual flammability.
Are you a novice when it comes to flood coolants? If so start here.
Frozen locks and hinges are a common problem in the North especially when it rains then a cold front comes through leaving everything with a nice frosty sheen. So what do you do?
Ever wondered about this term “dielectric strength”?
Ever wondered about the term “emulsion”? Well here is a quick primer.
Be careful when selecting your belt dressing.
Auto-ignition vs. Flash Point Temperatures
Old Man winter is lurking around the corner. Get ready to protect your equipment & tools now.
D-limonene is a powerful, natural degreasing solvent.
Ever wondered about can size vs. can fill vs can weight? Well here is a quick knowledge drop on this vexing topic.
Do you know the 4 factors of water-based cleaning? Read on to gain a better understanding on how these 4 factors can enhance your next cleaning challenge.
One quick glance will let you know if your mechanical and electrical connections are in good shape.
When you need a metalworking solution for small or specific applications, ITW Pro Brands has various choices for your precise needs.
Rustlick™ 631 & 606 provide moisture displacing & absorbing rust prevention. The aerosols of these 2 products have been discontinued…NOW WHAT?
It’s 2021. LPS® turns 60 and now…LPS is Evolving! Introducing LPS® MAX; a new line of MRO Products that are safe, efficient, and sustainable.
Electrical contact cleaner selection can be confusing. This blog will help you select the right product for your application.
What exactly are CAS numbers found of the product SDS?
LPS has several products to do general degreasing and brake cleaning in particular.
The best use of Cold Galvanize Corrosion Inhibitor
A short tutorial on the NLGI grease grades
LPS Silicones - the back story
Clean and protect hand tools with LPS 2® Heavy-Duty Lubricant and sand
For machinists, blade and tool life are the measure of productivity. Pin and Vee Block test results can be used to choose the best lubricant.
An overview of LPS dry film lubricants
LPS has several general-purpose industrial lubricating "oils". What's the difference and where do I use each?
HOW a semi-permanent mold release agent (SPRMA) is applied to a mold surface is the most critical process to achieve successful results.
Winter is over - time to think spring prep.
Rust never sleeps and neither do LPS® rust inhibitors.
Announcing SCRUBS® Hand & Tool Wipes: general purpose wipe for surfaces and hands
Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a regulatory bad boy
Reactive dosing is used to stabilize or recover sump mixture that has already fouled and is good for sumps that have sat inactive for <7 days.
Managers know the benefits of MQL but don't see the expected savings. Why? Workers dial up the MQL; if you can't see it, it isn't enough. WRONG!
An overview of the "state of disinfecting" in the COVID-19 era
A quick overview of the potential effects of freezing weather on mold release products
Exactly what is the chemical and performance difference between LPS® products 1, 2 and 3, and how are these used in industry?