This one might well be. Presumably made for brakes. What I would call
"proper" anti-seize paste will normally contain molybdenum disulphide
and, IMHO, is normally the thing to use in other domestic applications.
Expensive, but a little goes a long way. (This one also contains graphite).
In the power industry, you have to be careful with Moly Disulphide in
high temperature applications, typically involving stainless or high
strength (creep resisting) steels, also in the presence of water at
elevated temperatures (as in feedwater and steam systems). Here, pastes
containing finely divided nickel are sometimes used.
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