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May 29, 2012 - Maintaining paste-like consistency to accommodate ambient plant temperatures up to 110F, Release Coating 8012 clings to vertical mold surfaces, vents, pins, and wire locators. Solvent-based product can be applied by brushing or wiping without complicated spray equipment. Available in 10.5 oz cans and 5 gallon containers, coating is suited for flexible, integral skin, semi-rigid, and rigid polyurethane foam molding including high-speed automotive seating operations.

New Heavy Duty Paste Wax for Polyurethane Molded Applications

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Huron Technologies, Inc.
415 Industrial Dr.
Leslie, MI, 49251

Press release date: May 25, 2012

Leslie, MI - Release Coating 8012 is a solvent based paste wax that remains thicker longer while delivering effective release and complete coverage. Molders need to apply Release Coating 8012 less often. This new heavy duty paste wax from Huron Technologies, Inc. saves time for molding operations. Release Coating 8012 is formulated for use in manufacturers' molds along vertical surfaces, vents, on pins and wire locators.

Additional benefits of Release Coating 8012:
Exceptional release - Operators smoothly release parts, reducing injuries during demold
Robust firm paste - Release Coating 8012 maintains the paste-like consistency to accommodate high ambient plant temperatures up to 110F, and effortlessly clings to vertical mold surfaces, coating previously hard-to-reach areas
Simple application - Brush or wipe apply without complicated spray equipment

Applications: flexible, integral skin, semi-rigid and rigid polyurethane foam molding including high speed automotive seating operations.

Release Coating 8012 is one of a broad line of paste wax products developed by Huron Technologies, Inc. Paste wax products are available in 10.5 oz cans and 5 gallon containers.

Since 1991, Huron Technologies, Inc. has been a custom formulator of release coatings, conditioners and cleaners for manufacturers molding polyurethane, composite, rubber, phenolics and concrete for automotive, electronic, transportation and construction industries.
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