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Injection Moulding Spray

Silicone Spray
Silicone Spray is Aerosol formulation of silicone fluid propellents and additives on spraying. The fluid is deposited on the surface to which it is applied and thin film of silicone fluid is serviceable from (-49ºC) to 200ºC & 300ºC. It possesses excellent lubricant oxidising and non-carbonising in nature. These properties enable the use of silicone spray as a mould release agent in the molding operations of plastic & rubber.
Silicone Free Spray
Silicone Free Spray is a non-staining, colorless, non-toxic, silicon free compound fromulated to provide multiple releases. It prevents sticking of parts in moulds & facilitates easy release. lt doesn’t transfered to the moulded parts. It’s useful where post moulding operations such as painting, plating, embossing, hot-foil stamping, screen or pad printing are required.
Mold & Die Protector
Mold & Die Protector is available in GREEN, RED & CLEAR provides positive protection by displacing moisture form metal surfaces and adhering tightly to the surface. Flows into & protects innermost cavities of molds & dies. Provides superior long & short term protection. Can be directly used over hot molds.
Metal Degreasing Spray
Metal Degreasing Spray is a specialty cleaner cum degreaser for metal surfaces. It is a cold cleaning solvent based fluid, which dissolves in most waxes, lubricants, dirt, grime, carbon, silicones, tar, etc. lt evaporates quickly and does not leave residue. Safe and efficient cleaner for various kinds of metal moulds. It quickly removes residues of release agents, protective coatings, deposits like oil, grease & soil and others.
Silicone Emulsions
Silicone Emulsions are inert, heat stable, non-toxicity products, which suit many industrial applications where lubrication, gloss, antistatic, protective and release properties are advantageous. Most emulsions are non-ionic as they are compatible with either of the other two systems but depending on the application, cationic or anionic emulsions can be chosen.