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Corrosion & Marine Solutions LLC

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Corrosion & Marine Solutions is here to help you identify Tef-Gel applications in a variety of arenas. We will work with your manufacturing and maintenance departments to help you achieve better performance with less downtime due to corrosion and seizing.


The function of Tef-Gel is to stop electrolytes from entering the interface of metallic surfaces.

Tef-Gel can achieve this protection because it contains no silicones, petroleum solvents or volatile solvents, which would evaporate and leave voids. What it does contain is PTFE powder, which actually comprises 40% of Tef-Gel. This means when both surfaces are coated and mated with Tef-Gel, there are no voids for electrolytes, like saltwater, to be drawn in over extended periods of time. No voids eliminates the chance of dissimilar metal corrosion.


Tef-Gel is NSF rated, allowing its use with manufacturers in the food and beverage industry.

Tef-Gel has no expiration date, and will not dry out or crack. It will, however, remain the same consistency until you need to remove it.  Tef-Gel can withstand a consistent high temperature of 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Although it can be easily cleaned up with mineral spirits, it is impervious to water, detergents and many harsh chemicals.

Tef-Gel:

The Corrosion Eliminator and Anti-Seize Lubricant

Utilized in Industries Including:

The Following Chemicals Were Lab Tested And Found Not To Be Soluble To Tef-Gel:



•Acid:  Sulfuric, Hydrochloric 36%, Nitric 71%, Mixed and Acetic Acid Glacial

•Base:  Sodium Hydroxide 50%, Sodium Carbonate 20% and Ammonium Hydroxide 28%

•Solvent:  Isopropyl Alcohol, Solin 35%, Diethylene Glycol, Monochlorobenzene and Acetone

•Oxidizer:  Hydrogen Peroxide 35% and Bleach 12%

•Reducers:  Sodium Sulphydrate 45% and Sodium Bisulfite 205


Aerospace, Aviation, Marine,

Food Service, Power Generation, Transportation and the US Military