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Silicone Compound NATO Code Number S-736
- Aerospace Standard
Published July 01, 1999 by SAE International in United States
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This specification covers one type of a nonmelting, heat stable silicone compound for use in high tension electrical connections, ignition systems and electronics equipment; for application to unpainted mating threaded or non-threaded surfaces, and as a lubricant for components fabricated from rubber. This compound is effective in the temperature range from -54°C (-65°F) to +204°C (+400°F) for extended periods and to 260°C (500°F) for short periods. This compound is identified by NATO symbol S-736 (see 6.5).
|Aerospace Material Specification||Grease, Pneumatic System|
|Aerospace Standard||WIRE, ELECTRICAL, POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE/POLYMIDE INSULATED, LIGHT WEIGHT, SILVER COATED, COPPER CONDUCTOR, 200 °C, 600 VOLT, ROHS|
|Aerospace Material Specification||Silicone Compound NATO Code Number S-736|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|TABLE I||Physical properties|
|TABLE II||Electrical properties|
|TABLE III||Quality conformance - physical tests|
|TABLE IV||Quality conformance packaging inspection|
|TABLE V||Test specimens for corrosive effects|
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