World’s First 'Lubrihibitor™' Launched by Conger LH

Press Release
Thursday, August 23, 2012

Conger LH™ is an environmentally-safe product that combines a lubricant, rust prohibitor, & water repellent.

Developed and manufactured in the United States, Conger LH is the world’s first Lubrihibitor. As the name implies, a Lubrihibitor combines the properties of a lubricant to minimize friction, a rust prohibitor to prevent rust and corrosion, and a water repellent to protect equipment from wet environments. Currently the only product on the market that simultaneously provides all three of these properties at once, Conger LH is also free of toxic chemicals and foul-smelling odors.

The product contains no harmful VOCs, CFCs, solvents, propellants, or silicone and is environmentally-safe right down to its packaging, which foregoes aerosol cans for more eco-friendly drip or pump sprays.

“Companies lose thousands of dollars a year in repair costs and equipment down time caused by poor lubrication and corrosion,” says Paul Muller, President of Inversquare, LLC, the manufacturer and distributor of Conger LH. “There’s also a growing trend for environmentally-safe products. Several states have passed legislation banning the use of VOCs that harm our air quality and the body’s lungs and immune system. We wanted to create a product that was both effective and safe to use.”

While the product is mainly intended for commercial and industrial use, it is also effective on a wide range of consumer items such as tools, motors, bikes, and outdoor equipment.




 

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