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Trying to figure out what options would be best to avoids corrosion all opinions welcomed. Feel free to post Amazon links also
 

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Trying to figure out what options would be best to avoids corrosion all opinions welcomed. Feel free to post Amazon links also
SuperLube is my preferred dielectric grease, it doesn't turn into silicone glue like the regular stuff does.
 

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I also used the harbor freight stuff very thinly when copper contacts another metal like lead or Aluminum, but I would just avoid using another metal altogether and keep the connections all copper.

Copper to copper actually slightly decreased resistance after simulated 2000 hours.

 
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Don't know what we used, but I worked for a telecom company that put ring terminals on copper bus bars and used some type of dielectric grease. It was grey. It was just for grounds, though. Usually around 4awg.
 

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“No oxide”

NO-OX-ID A-Special- Electrical Contact Grease- Keeps Metals Free of Rust and Corrosion- Part# 10203 Amazon.com: NO-OX-ID A-Special- Electrical Contact Grease- Keeps Metals Free of Rust and Corrosion- Part# 10203 : Industrial & Scientific

The 2 oz will last you a lifetime. You can use it on parts that are in mechanical connection.

It’ll look greasy though. for the parts that you want to look good, use everbrite. It won’t completely isolate but will add a lot of resistance so don’t use it for connections.

 
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