Gibbs©, The one product that really does do it all!
Weapons and Firearms
Range and law enforcement officers, as well as military personnel, around the country use long-lasting GIBBS to
guarantee a clean dependable weapon.
GIBBS promotes smooth, reliable,
jam-free operation so malfunctions
due to dirty mechanisms are a thing
of the past.
•Penetrates and lubes to eliminate jamming and keeps parts friction-free leaving a microscopic protective film behind. It remains on the metal even after repeated firing, environmental conditions and long-term storage. •Removes and prevents the build-up and adhesion of all types of stubborn fouling, including plastic searing in shotguns. •Has a viscosity that is so thin it will not attract dirt, sand or dust, or jell in cold weather. •Reduces bore wear and keeps mechanisms clean and corrosion free without harming the primer. It can also be used on trigger groups, bolt carriers, operating rods, slides, magazines, clips, and barrels of pistols. •Treats and preserves wood stock and barrel bluing. It provides excellent rust protection and reduces corrosion, carbon and lead build-up. It won’t damage leather, rubber, wood, glass-filled polymers, or plastics. •Waterproofs weapons and will not wash off in fresh or salt water making it the ideal lubricant around marine environments. •Is not oily or slippery when properly used so your grip will always be secure. •Makes weapons cleaning easier after treatment since conditioning results in friction reduction to the constantly-lubricated moving metal parts. Cleaning time can be reduced by 50% with regular use. •Prevents corrosion on all types of metal—handcuffs, knives, skeet launches, and reloading mechanisms. •Provides excellent rust protection and reduces corrosion on rechargeable light sticks and night vision and surveillance power packs.
GIBBSTM BRAND LUBRICANT is preferred by law enforcement professionals, military personnel, sporting enthusiasts, and rifle and machinery museums.
Machines and Automotive
Machinists and mechanics around the country use long-lasting GIBBS as a veritable insurance policy
against machinery deterioration. GIBBS
provides maximum lubrication, reduces
wear-and-tear, and prevents corrosion
making restoration, rebuilding, detailing,
and repair headaches a thing of the past.
•Protects against rust and keeps parts friction-free leaving behind a microscopic protective film. It remains on the metal even after repeated use, environmental conditions and long-term storage. •Removes and prevents the build-up and adhesion of all types of stubborn oil, grease, dirt and grime, and withstands moisture, freezing and high heat. •Has a viscosity that is so thin it will not attract dirt, sand or dust, or jell in cold weather. •Is an excellent cleaner that leaves no residue and won’t damage leather, rubber, wood, glass-filled polymers, or plastics. •Loosens rusty, frozen parts and restores metal to its original shine, while preventing further corrosion for years to come. •Lubes all moving parts and completely waterproofs machinery wiring, ignition systems, gears, and chains. •Bonds with paint to penetrate and protect. •Removes chrome rust and surface pitting from motorcycles and bikes. Apply and leave on. Just light wire brushing, wipe off with a towel and its done! Use on aluminum crankcases, shocks and all chrome. After it’s cleaned up, it will remain waterproofed. •Cleans, restores, and protects expensive tools. •Don’t detail a vehicle without GIBBS—from degreasing the engine compartment to using it in window tracks to condition tired weather-stripping or interior leather and vinyl.
GIBBSTM BRAND LUBRICANT is preferred by automotive mechanics, machine rebuilders, race car drivers, truckers, bikers, antique machine collectors, and farmers.
Home, Farm, and Recreation
Lubricates door locks, handles and hinges, window tracks and latches, garage doors, chrome bathroom fixtures, pipes, table legs, heaters and plumbing. Protects lawn mowers, gardening and landscaping tools from corrosion, extending their life and keeping them working reliably.
Outdoorsmen are guaranteed a great day in the field when they use GIBBS on hunting, fishing, and camping gear. Protects and lubricates reels to run quieter and give them a lifetime of smooth operation. Softens and lubricates line and improves casting distance. Increase string life by reducing friction when firing your crossbow. Degrease, clean, and prepare aluminum and carbon arrow shafts.
Penetrates and lubes all moving parts and completely waterproofs: tractor and machinery wiring, ignition systems, gears, and chains on bailers, combines, grain drills, cultivators, com pickers, elevators, feeders, mills, and fertilizer equipment.
Power, Sailing, and Fishing Boats
Will not wash off in fresh or salt water making it the ideal lubricant for your boat, trailer and dockside equipment. Cleans and revitalizes the surfaces of marine metals, including aluminum, stainless, chrome, bronze, brass, and copper. Works on inboards, outboards, and I/O steering cables. Provides a good running lube on wheel bearings, winder rachets, anchor chain reels, and all hinges.
Scuba Diving Equipment; for corosion resistance, clean and protect exposed metals to saltwater or freshwater.
Aircraft, Mechanics, and Pilots
Multiple uses for airframe, engine, and equipment.
Great for aircraft mechanics in the use of rebuilding engines and airframe components to combat corosion on bare materials. Works on cables, pulleys, hinges, anywhere there is metal to metal contact. Will protect bare aluminum skin panels from oxidization, and repels water. Can be used on all metals, chrome, aluminum, titatnium, and stainless steel. Can be used just as you would on any automotive vehicle's equipment.
Great for all around multipurpose shop, lubrication, corosion inhibitor, ect. ect.
Material Safety Data Sheet. (MSDS)
Issue Date: June 16, 2004 Revised Date: June 6, 2006 Supersedes: June 16, 2004 Prepared by: Vera Burnell
In the event of an emergency, call the 24-hour emergency hotline: (800) 255-3924.
SECTION 1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
Manufactured by:APOLLO TECHNOLOGIES 1850 S. Cobb Industrial Blvd.NFPA Ratings Smyrna, GA 30082 Flammability Telephone Number: (770) 433-0210 Mon-Fri 8a.m.-5p.m. CST 3 Common Name: GIBBSTM Brand Lubricant Toxicity 1 0 Reactivity Chemical Name:Mixture packaged in pressurized aerosol spray container.
SECTION 2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
PRINCIPAL HAZARDOUS COMPONENT(S)CAS NO.OSHA PELACGIH TLVOTHER LIMITS 2 Propanol67-63-0400 ppm400 ppm Heptane142-82-5500 ppm400 ppm Petroleum Distillates64742-54-75 mg/m35 mg/m3 Carbon Dioxide124-38-95000 ppm5000 ppm
*Section 313 Supplier Notification – Indicates hazardous ingredients which are toxic chemicals subject to the reporting requirements of Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 and of 40 CFR 372.
SECTION 3. PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
CHARACTERISTICDATACHARACTERISTICDATA Boiling Point> 100°FSpecific Gravity (H20=1) 0.770 – 0.810 g/mL Volatile Organic Content (%) 49.6%Evaporation Rate (BuAc=1)> 1.00 Solubility in WaterInsolublepHN/A Vapor Pressure (Propellant) N/AAppearance and Odor Red thin opaque liquid spray with a low solvent odor.
SECTION 4. FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA
CHARACTERISTICDATA Flammability (Per Flame Projection)Extremely flammable Flammable Limits in Air (Propellants)Lower: N/AUpper: N/A Flash PointConcentrate: < 20°FPropellant: N/A Extinguisher MediaWater, foam, dry chemical (B-C), C02 Special Fire Fighting ProceduresKeep cool using water spray. Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing. Use proper equipment to protect personnel from busting containers. Unusual Fire and Explosion HazardsDo not use or store near fire, sparks, or flame. Do not puncture or incinerate container. Do not store in direct sunlight or expose to temperatures > 120°F.
SECTION 5. PHYSICAL HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
CHARACTERISTICDATACHARACTERISTICDATA Conditions to AvoidFire, sparks, flame; temperatures > 120°FMaterials to Avoid Strong oxidizers, alkalies, acids, chlorine Hazardous PolymerizationWill not occur.Hazardous Decomposition ProductsC0, C02, various hydrocarbons
SECTION 6. HEALTH HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Routes of EntryInhalation: YesEyes/Skin: YesIngestion: Unlikely Signs & Symptoms of ExposureInhalation: May cause irritation to nose, throat, and airways. Eyes: May cause redness, irritation, stinging, and tearing. Skin Exposure: May cause dryness, symptoms of dermatitis, and cracking. Ingestion: May cause stomach or intestinal upset, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by ExposureNone known. Chemical Listed as Carcinogen or Potential CarcinogenNational Toxicology Program: NoI.A.R.C. Monographs: NoOSHA: No Emergency & First Aid ProceduresInhalation: Immediately move victim to fresh air. Apply artificial respiration if needed. Seek medical attention. Eyes: Immediately move victim to fresh air. Hold eyelids open and flush with a steady, gentle stream of water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention if irritation develops or persists. Skin Exposure: Remove contaminated clothing. Immediately wash contaminated skin with plenty of soap and water. Seek medical attention if irritation develops or persists. Ingestion: Immediately call a physician or poison control. Do not induce vomiting unless instructed by medical personnel.
SECTION 7. EXPOSURE CONTROLS & PERSONAL PROTECTION
Respiratory ProtectionDon respiratory protective mask only as a last resort to control exposure. Ventilation Local Exhaust: Maintain adequate ventilation Mechanical: N/ASpecial: N/AOther: N/A Skin ProtectionTo avoid possible skin irritation, wear chemical resistant gloves. Eye ProtectionTo avoid eye contact, wear safety glasses with side shield or chemical goggles. Other ProtectionWash hands thoroughly with soap and water after each use.
SECTION 8. HANDLING & STORAGE INFORMATION
Handling & Storage PrecautionsUse with adequate ventilation. Do not use or store near fire, sparks, or flame. Do not puncture or incinerate container. Do not store in direct sunlight or expose to temperatures > 120°F. Other PrecautionsRead label precautions carefully. Follow directions for use on label to avoid injury.
SECTION 9. SPILL, LEAK & DISPOSAL PROCEDURES
Containment of SpillImmediately eliminate all ignition sources. Absorb spill with inert absorbent and place in an appropriate chemical waste container. Disposal of SpillDispose of spill material in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations.
SECTION 10. TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION
Proper Shipping NameConsumer Commodity ORM-D DOT ClassificationHazardousHazard Class2.2 UN NumberUN 1950Packing GroupN/A