AquaPak3™ should be mixed lightly before use. Coating may be diluted with water as required. For best results, avoid hard/untreated well or process water. Upon dilution, employ mild agitation to maintain suspension of solids during application.
Typical dilutions for spray application are 3 to 5 parts water to one part product by weight. For best results, apply light coating to clean, warm mold (surface temperatures of 200 – 550ºF (93 – 288ºC).
JCL HTS Enhanced Dry Film Lubricant™ is a High Temperature Stability Glass Release Coating of ultra high purity graphite and superior ceramic blends used on glass contacting surfaces of the forming machine tooling. Molten glass does not adhere to this coating, resulting in a container with excellent, contamination-free surface.
Sprayed on rings, blanks, baffles, bottom plates, funnels, molds (to reduce and prevent “brilliant scratch” defect), plungers, and thimbles before installation on the glass-forming machine.
Lubricating Solids – Graphite
Appearance – Graphite spray in aerosol can
Odor – Acetone
Solubility (H20) – Not determined
Melt Point – Not applicable
PH – Not applicable
Boiling Point – 56°C / 132.8°F
Weight – 13.5 oz/ 383 g
Shelf Life – One year under original seal
Packaging – 12 cans to a box
Maximum Use Temp. – 480°C / 896°F
Boron Nitride Coat is a high temperature high performance anti-stick release coating for use in hot glass forming, super-plastic forming of alloys and melting and casting of non-ferrous metals.
Boron Nitride Coat increases mold and casting table life, stops dross build-up, eliminates inclusions that sometimes can appear due to coatings and Boron Nitride Coat is an excellent multi purpose coating for fine porosity ceramic material.
Hot glass forming, molds, bending molds for windshields, melting or casting of non-ferrous metals, hot pressing, super plastic forming of alloys, ceramic troughs, filter bowls, launders, funnels, runners, transition plates, caster tips, basins, pour spouts and conveyors.
Boron Nitride Spray is a high temperature lubricant, protective coating and mold release compound used on tooling for the manufacture of products made from molten glasses.
Label tabs, neck rings, embossed areas on the mold and bottom plates.
Other Applications: Metal Processing such as casting, forging, stamping and extrusion. Surfaces that come in contact with hot & molten metals such as sintering plates. Welding nozzles, prevents welding spatter from sticking and stop-off protection in brazing. Superplastic forming and where high electrical resistance and good thermal conductivity are required, an excellent coating for electrical heating elements.