Wurth HHS 2000 has been an industry standard product in the automotive repair trade for decades. HHS stands for (HaftscHmierStoff = adhesive lubricant) which is a high pressure, resistant adhesive lubricant.
A couple of years ago, wurth anounced that HHS 2000 was being replaced with HHS-K. My first thought was why would Wurth change the best product in its category. Well… the California EPA required Wurth HHS 2000 to become complient with its new regulations. Lucky for us, Wurth was able to re-classify this product and keep the same formula as HHS 2000. As of today Wurth HHS-K is required in 13 states, with the others to follow within 2 years.
Wurth Sabesto HHS-K is intended to lubricate parts exposed to strong pressure and impacts on vibration. Wurth HHS-K is silicone free, highly polymeric and penetrates quickly and adheres completely. Wurth HHS-K is a non-sticking fluid with an excellent creeping capacity which penetrates into inaccessible places. The solvent in Wurth HHS-K evaporates as it is sprayed resulting in an immediate strong adherence of the lubricant onto metal. It is ideally suited in places where mineral oil and other lubricants do not achieve long term effectiveness or where parts must be dismantled when applying lubrication paste. It also has long lasting effectiveness in places which cannot be lubricated in short term intervals. Sprays on as a liquid and then dries to a clear semisolid which will not dry out. Wurth HHS-K is water resistant, will not attract dust and will not damage rubber. Wurth HHS-K is perfect for door hinges, suspension bushings, door lock and window regulator mechanisms, hood shocks, throttle and brake cables, cruise control cables, mechanical linkages and especially marine use.
Wurth HHS-K is a product that belongs in every workshop, garage and home. A small amount goes a long way, so a 16.9 oz. can will last a long time. Just don’t loan it out, because it probable won’t be returned.