Mold Release Agent suits FKM rubber seal applications.July 2, 2012 -
Available in 5 gal pail containers and 55 gal drums, Release Coating 8020 is designed for use in fluoroelastomer applications and developed specifically for molders of FKM encapsulated metal inserts. Reapplication of this water-based, semi-permanent release agent can be done every fifth heat, promoting time conservation and productivity. Product qualities minimize scrap by preventing rubber from sticking and building up on mold surface.
Huron Technologies Introduces Mold Release for FKM Rubber Seals
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Huron Technologies, Inc.
415 Industrial Dr.
Leslie, MI, 49251
Press release date: June 21, 2012
Release Coating 8020 is a water based, semi-permanent release agent designed for use in fluoroelastomer applications and developed specifically for molders of FKM encapsulated metal inserts. Reapplication of Release Coating 8020 can be done every fifth heat, saving molders time and money while increasing productivity.
Comprehensive field testing has also proven that Release Coating 8020 increases the number of defect free parts each cycle and minimizes scrap by preventing rubber from sticking and building up on the mold surface.
Release Coating 8020 is just one of many products in a comprehensive line of release agents developed by Huron Technologies, Inc. and is available in 5 gallon pail containers and 55 gallon drums.
Since 1991, Huron Technologies, Inc. has been a custom formulator of release coatings, conditioners and cleaners for manufacturers molding polyurethane, rubber, concrete, phenolics and other composites for automotive, electronic, transportation and construction industries.
For more information on Release Coating 8020 or many of our other manufacturing solutions, contact: Huron Technologies, Inc. 415 Industrial Drive Leslie, MI 49251, Ph: 517-589-0300 Fax: 517-589-0390 Toll Free: 800-275-4902 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org