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Welcome to PlanetSafe Lubricants The Leader in Non-Toxic Lubricants

We AiM to protect and preserve your tools, equipment, and our planet.

PlanetSafe Lubricants help professionals get more out of their tools and machines while less impacting the environment: no frills, no toxic aerosols, and no corrosive materials. The world’s most uncomplicated, hardest-working lubricants are engineered for performance and formulated cleaner. PlanetSafe Products are made with Ionic and nano-technology that works at the microscopic level to remove grime and debris from moving parts while providing boning protection from friction and wear. Waterproof. Dustproof. Practically anything proof – in a non-toxic, non-hazardous, human-safe, and pet-safe formula.

PlanetSafe products are proud to be made in the USA and Veteran Owned.


Tom Quigley, PhD

PhD, Range Science (Resource Economics Emphasis), Colorado State Univ, Ft Collins, CO, 1985

MS, Range Science (Resource Economics Emphasis), Utah State Univ, Logan, UT, 1973

BS, Watershed Science, Utah State Univ, Logan, UT, 1971

Experience: 8 years – Lubrication Industry CEO product development and marketing;40+ years – Natural Resource Science and Management – various positions - US Senior Executive Service Career Appointment - Chief Executive (Director) - Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service; Senior Advisor, METI, Inc.; Research Program Manager (PNW); Assistant Station Director (RMRS); Science Integration Team Leader, Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project (PNW); Director – Blue Mountains Natural Resources Institute (PNW); Range Scientist (PNW); Economist; Resource Analyst; Hydrologist; Range Conservationist; US Air Force weather forecaster and Chief Forecaster.

Publications and Patents: Over 100 publications including one patent

Quigley, Thomas M., Arthur R. Tiedemann, and Jack Ward Thomas. 1995. Method and apparatus for controlling animals with electronic fencing. Patent number 5,408,956 issued April 25, 1995. U.S. Patent Office.

University Affiliation – 2 years teaching (IU), 25 years Adjunct appointments (EOU) – Eastern Oregon Univ, La Grande, OR - Indiana Univ at Kokomo, Kokomo, IN

Honors and Awards – USDA Superior Service Award – June 2001; Earle A. Chiles Award – December 1998; Professional Achievement Award – September 1995: Colorado State University, College of Natural Resources; USDA Superior Service Award - June 1990; 27 Certificates of Merit and Cash Awards - USDA Forest Service.


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