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8/22/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: McLube Div. of McGee Industries

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The McLube Division of McGee Industries Inc. (Aston, PA, US) is featuring its line of release agents for high-performance composites fabrication processes.

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The McLube Division of McGee Industries Inc. (Aston, PA, US) is featuring its line of release agents for high-performance composites fabrication processes. These coatings, says McLube, address key concerns within the industry, including gloss, reduced VOC emissions, improved part appearance, abrasion-resistance and multiple pulls per application. McLube's products include water- and solvent-based releases and anti-tack coatings, and a full line of oils, greases and dry film lubricants.

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