Companies and municipal agencies are looking for products that are both environmentally-friendly and safe for workers.
Ridgewood, NJ (PRWEB) September 13, 2012
Conger LH—the world’s first Lubrihibitor—has recently been selected by the Metropolitan Transit Authority - MTA New York City for use on their equipment and machinery. The Authority cited worker safety as a principal reason for its interest in this newly released, non-toxic and environmentally sound product.
The MTA, which operates New York City’s public subway and bus systems, as well as the Staten Island Railway, is the busiest and largest transit system in North America with a daily ridership of over 7 million trips. The Transit Authority was specifically looking for a long-lasting, environmentally safe rust preventative and lubricant, and after successful internal testing, they have rolled out usage of Conger LH for the doors of some 2,000 subway cars.
“Companies and municipal agencies are looking for products that are both environmentally-friendly and safe for workers,” says Paul Muller, President of Inversquare, LLC, which manufactures and distributes Conger LH, “especially for use in confined spaces like subway cars.” While there are similar products out there, only Conger LH combines the three properties of lubricant, rust prohibitor and water repellant and contains no toxic chemicals, fumes or harmful odor. Conger LH provides a perfect solution that is both effective and safe to use.
About Conger LH
Developed and manufactured in the United States, Conger LH is the world’s first Lubrihibitor, combining the properties of a lubricant, a rust prohibitor, and a water repellent. This unique high-performance product contains no harmful VOCs, CFCs, solvents, propellants, or silicone and is environmentally-safe right down to its packaging, which foregoes aerosol cans for more eco-friendly drip bottles or pump sprays. While the product is mainly intended for commercial and industrial use, it is also effective on a wide range of consumer items such as tools, motors, bikes, and outdoor equipment. Packaging ranges from 2 ounce bottles all the way up to industrial 55-gallon drums and is sold both online at http://www.congerlh.com and through select distributors and retailers nationwide.
For more information, contact Paul Muller at (201) 445-0015 or info (at) congerlh (dot) com.