The Triton silencers are all designed to be as maintenance-free as possible. There are, however, a few things that are important to remember:

Burning powder leaves residues, among those water that reacts and creates ammonium. Therefore – always remove the silencer after being in the field and keep it warm and dry so any humidity dries out. Also unscrew the front part just to make sure the silencer threads are greased with thread paste so it does not get stuck. After this – ensure that the threads and the shoulder surface behind the threads on the rifle are clean and when this is done put on some thread paste.

Never use thread paste that contains metal. (Copper paste etc)
Cleaning as outlined above is all what is required.