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Aussie
04-21-2008, 20:37
What is the major difference between Christo-lube 111 and 129? The reason for my question is that I am recieving some 129 soon and would like to know if it is interchangeable with 111.

Aussie

cummings66
04-21-2008, 21:33
129 is for static O ring seals, the 111 is slicker I guess is a better way to say it.

huvrr
05-09-2008, 10:49
I'll try to insert this link about 111 vs 129:

Christo Lube MCG 129 (2 ounces) http://www.andihq.com/miva/graphics/full/5-916%20Christo-lube%20full.jpg Quantity in Basket: none
Code: 5-916
Price: $33.00
Shipping Weight: 0.20 pounds
Quantity: Christo Lube MCG 129 ( for static applications ) 2oz. tube For O'rings, hoses, fittings and valves where the higher lubricity of MCG-111 is not a significant benefit. Many diving industry manufacturers as well as ANDI are recommending Lubrication Technology’s Christo-Lube M.C.G™ as the preferred lubricant for all high-pressure service applications, even Air service. Manufacturers such as Beuchat, Oceanic, Pro-Sub, Scubapro and Sherwood all use Christo-LubeTM in the assembly process for EAN, Oxygen and even Air-only equipment. This lubricant is virtually inert and possesses a high degree of lubricity compared to other Oxygen-contact-approved products. Many believe this product to be the best product available for this purpose.

reeldive
05-10-2008, 13:13
129 is for static O ring seals, the 111 is slicker I guess is a better way to say it.
So I guess if you want to do it right, you would use 111 on the pistos "O" rings and, in the case of Sherwood, the movable orifice and 129 on everything else?