Would you like a free digital subscription?

Qualified international subscribers can receive full issues of High-Performance Composites and Composites Technology delivered in a convenient and interactive digital magazine format. Read at your convenience on your desktop or mobile device.

Yes, I would like a free digital subscription!

No thanks, please don't ask again.

June 2007
High-friction part release

Huron Technologies Inc. (Leslie, Mich.) has developed Release Coating 7444, a water-based mold release, designed for use at mold temperatures of 177°C/350°F and higher. The product facilitates demolding of products made from high-friction materials, particularly in brake and clutch plate manufacturing for automotive,

Author:
Posted on: 6/1/2007
Source: Composites Technology

Huron Technologies Inc. (Leslie, Mich.) has developed Release Coating 7444, a water-based mold release, designed for use at mold temperatures of 177°C/350°F and higher. The product facilitates demolding of products made from high-friction materials, particularly in brake and clutch plate manufacturing for automotive, light- and heavy-duty trucks, off-road vehicles, aircraft and industrial applications. According to the manufacturer, the release forms a resilient barrier that protects the mold from penetration by abrasive materials during the molding process, yet release buildup is minimal.

Learn More

Editor's Picks

Related Suppliers

Huron Technologies


Channel Partners