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Mold Release Coating suits 105-135°F processes.

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Press Release Summary:

May 29, 2012 - Formulated for molders of automotive armrests and headrests, Release Coating 7979 provides clean molds with minimal build up, extending time molds remain in production. Blend of hydrocarbon solvents dries quickly on mold surface, saving time for manufacturers with fast process conditions. Release Coating 7979 is available in 55 gallon drums and 345 gallon returnable stainless steel totes.

Huron Technologies, Inc.

415 Industrial Dr., Leslie, MI, 49251, USA

Original Press Release

Release Coating 7979: Low Cost, Robust Release Performance, Low Build Up

Press release date: May 25, 2012

Leslie, MI - Release Coating 7979 is a low cost mold release formulated for molders of automotive armrests and headrests. Recently announced by Huron Technologies, Inc., Release Coating 7979 has been developed to provide cleaner molds with low build up. This unique blend of hydrocarbon solvents dries quickly on the mold surface, providing optimal performance and saving time for manufacturers with fast process conditions.

Developed for low mold temperature processes (105-135°F), Release Coating 7979 provides:

Exceptional release - Requiring less time in demolding operations
Minimal build up - Extending the time molds remain in production
Excellent surface appearance - Lower scrap rates as a result of release ease and improved surface finish

Release Coating 7979 is just one of many products in a comprehensive line of release agents developed by Huron Technologies, Inc. and is available in 55 gallon drums and 345 gallon returnable stainless steel totes.

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.

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