Isohexane - refer to hexane
Dimethyl polysiloxane - Basically the silicone lube.
Propane - This is pretty much green gas and I'm sure you use it in your GBB.
N-Butane - I have a 4 year-old camping stove that uses butane, and there is a rubber seal on the valve.
Isobutane - pretty much the same as N-butane.
Yes, this stuff is flammable, but what can under pressure isn't? Even those high priced little airsoft 100% bla bla bla silicone spray cans sold at airsoft stores are flammable.
My 1st test consist of:
1 - AE BBs
2 - Bio BBs
3 - Systema piston o-ring - When paired with my CA piston/head, I got PERFECT compression with this new O-ring. If after 7 days I don't get that perfect compression again, obviously this test will fail and this CRC bottle will be discarded.
4 - TM piston head - Also gave me good compression using the O-ring above. Will test again after 7 days
5 - Servo Arm from my RC car - It's flexible plastic and seems a bit weak. If this can stand it, I'm sure other harder plastic can too.
6 - TM Hop up sleeve
I put all these items in a plastic bag and will soak them up in CRC food grade silicone lube. I'm going to leave it for a total 7 days starting tonight.
If the first test pass, my 2nd test:
I'm going to lube the living crap out of my echo G36c (upgraded) and shoot it a few weeks later. I will post before and after range, accuracy, etc.
Anyone here tried this stuff yet? What do you guys think? Anything else I should test to confirm that it's safe for airsoft use?
Multipurpose silicone spray for food processing and handling applications. Forms a colorless, odorless, nonstaining film that lubricates and protects. Harmless to most rubbers and plastics.
Applications-Food processing & handling equipment, chutes, guides, rails, conveyors, bottling machinery, slicers, ovens, freezers, knives, saws, coin mechanisms, linkages, locks, pulleys, timers, rubber seals, tools, vending machines and ceramic insulators
Edited by duoS2k, 21 August 2007 - 08:24 PM.