Artic Paragon grease

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Artic Paragon grease

Postby frogspawn » 14 Nov 2017 13:00

Hello, Is Artic Paragon grease still available, and if so where from?
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Re: Artic Paragon grease

Postby Skeggycat » 14 Nov 2017 22:13

Hi there,

Arctic Paragon grease may still be available if you can find any?

Taken from an old post it seems that people now use a lubricant from....

http://www.chemodex.co.uk/product/a-blend-grease/

which was certainly used by at least 2 main line companies.

Hope that is of some help.
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Re: Artic Paragon grease

Postby frogspawn » 16 Nov 2017 11:10

Skeggycat, thanks for that , confirms my views that it is no longer available, google throws up very few hits, the only one that may be right is not described correctly.
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Re: Artic Paragon grease

Postby Skeggycat » 17 Nov 2017 23:58

whilst searching back through OLD, 2007, Pres Des , came across this company which was supplying Paragon Arctic Grease.
Still going strong and may still be able to supply.

Let us know if you have any luck.
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Re: Artic Paragon grease

Postby Railwaybrakes » 04 Dec 2017 22:03

Hello

For what it's worth, the specification of grease that was formally known as Arctic Paragon is now known a 'A Blend'. It is manufactured by Ironsides Lubricants in Stockport, however they white label what they produce so is available from any number of re-sellers. We last got some from Race Lubricants (www.theracegroup.co.uk , 01384 263614) as recommended by Inronsides Lubricants.

Kind regards

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