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anyone use any sort of moisture res

anyone use any sort of moisture res

anyone use any sort of moisture res

anyone use any sort of moisture resistant product on analog phone jacks? Hotel next to ocean gets moisture in jacks and corrosion starts,, I had seen Telco use something inside their jacks to try to prevent this,,, it looked like a dab of clear silicone (but it wasn't that).

RE: anyone use any sort of moisture res

Suttle Solutions offers jacks that contain CorroShield, which is a dab of silicone squirted onto the contacts.

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RE: anyone use any sort of moisture res

A company called ILSCO has an oxide inhibitor product called DE-OX. It is available in various container types and sizes. I use it for all types of electrical connections and terminations. It should be useful in a coastal ocean environment. It is good for copper or aluminum conductors.

Hope this helps!

RE: anyone use any sort of moisture res

Customer wants to use CRC Di-electric grease.

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