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October 2004
Release agents/lubricants

Miller-Stephenson Chemical Co. Inc. (Danbury, Conn., U.S.A.) has introduced a new line of Release Agent/Dry Lubricants containing an improved PTFE. Based on the usage conditions, different drying rates can be selected (slow, medium, fast). These lubricants create a superior release for plastics, elastomers and resins,

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Posted on: 10/1/2004
Source: Composites Technology

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Miller-Stephenson Chemical Co. Inc. (Danbury, Conn., U.S.A.) has introduced a new line of Release Agent/Dry Lubricants containing an improved PTFE. Based on the usage conditions, different drying rates can be selected (slow, medium, fast). These lubricants create a superior release for plastics, elastomers and resins, including acrylics, urethanes, rubber, nylons, epoxies, polycarbonates and polystyrene. This family of lubricants features a smaller particle size for better substrate adhesion and improved coating and is designed to give multiple releases between applications. They have no discernable transfer to the molded part and do not run once applied.

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