Prevent loosening with anaerobic liquid threadlockers. Invented by Loctite Corporation as a revolutionary method to positively lock and seal threaded fasteners, anaerobic liquid threadlockers cure (harden) in contact with metal if there is an absence of air.
That's why threadlockers are perfect for threaded assemblies. The threadlocker adhesive fills the entire air space between the threads, forcing out the air. So the threadlocker can bond to the metal and cure, creating a secure, unitized assembly that will not loosen. Also, the gap between the threads has been completely filled, thus sealing the assembly from moisture, and preventing rust and corrosion.
Threadlockers are available in a variety of strengths to fit all of your applications. Most threadlocking assemblies can be easily removed with standard hand tools, or by the application of heat. Cost savings are a major advantage of liquid threadlockers. Mechanical threadlocking devices can cost three to four times more than liquid alternatives.