Anybody know anything about Food Safe Anti-Seize? My big fear with stainless fittings is galling. I had some threads gall one time and ruined a project. I always use teflon tape but am still afraid of galling. So I recently heard of the FS Anti Seize.
McMaster Carr has a couple different kinds,
Metal-Free Antiseize Lubricants
Free of metal particles, these lubricants prevent galling in stainless steel and other sensitive alloys. These products are compliant under all state VOC rules in effect on October 1, 2010.
Loctite Food Grade—These nonstaining lubricants work particularly well on stainless steel parts. NSF registered H1 for applications with incidental food contact.
Food Grade with PTFE—These nonstaining lubricants contain nonstick PTFE as well as corrosion inhibitors. They work particularly well on stainless steel parts. NSF registered H1 for applications with incidental food contact.
Size Color Pkg.
Loctite Food Grade (-20° to +750° F)
8-oz. Brush-Top Can White 12 1287K31 $20.27 $18.17
2-lb. Can White 12 1287K33 58.37 52.33
Food Grade with PTFE (-65° to +250° F)
8-oz. Brush-Top Can White 12 1404K21 21.43 19.21
Cartridge for Grease Gun (14 oz.) White 12 1404K22 25.50 23.11
14-oz. Container White 12 1404K24 24.65 22.41
2-lb. Container White 6 1404K25 56.40 51.11
7-lb. Container White 4 1404K26 152.89 139.79
High-Temperature Food Grade with PTFE (-35° to +1800° F)
9-oz. Brush-Top Can White 12 1718T2 24.28 21.68
Not much difference in price. All I can tell besides the brand difference is that one is PTFE. The Locktite don'tsay what it is.
The format kinda sucks from my copy paste. Here is a link,