Release Agent targets heat-cured silicone rubber applications.

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Designed for use in heat-cured silicone rubber applications and developed specifically for engine gaskets, Release Coating 7880 offers release properties that prevent tearing of silicone rubber during demolding. Water-based solution also prevents surface flaws, such as knit line defects, and can be used at mold temperatures from 320 to 380°F. It works equally with single or multiple mold cavities and minimizes buildup, increasing number of cycles between mold cleaning.



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Release Agent 7880 Developed for Heat Cured Silicone Rubber



Leslie, MI - Release Coating 7880 has just been announced by Huron Technologies, Inc. Release Coating 7880 is a water based release coating designed for use in heat cured, silicone rubber applications. Developed specifically for engine gaskets, Release Coating 7880 provides an easy release which prevents tearing of silicone rubber during demolding. This specially formulated release agent offers the following benefits:
  • High quality molded parts
  • Easy release eliminating tearing during demolding
  • Prevents surface flaws such as knit line defects,
  • Minimizes build up increasing the number of cycles between mold cleaning.

    Release Coating 7880 can be used at mold temperatures of 320° to 380°F and works equally well with single or multiple mold cavities. Release Coating 7880 is available in 5 gallon containers, 55 gallon drums or 275 gallon totes.

    Huron Technologies, Inc. develops and manufactures release agents for rubber elastomers and composites, providing a wide range of off-the-shelf release agents as well as custom mold release agents to meet customer requirements.

    For more information on Release Coating 7880 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: info@hurontech.com

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