Chem-Trend 88-H Aerosol Release NEW!

Chem-Trend 88H Aerosol is a semi-permanent, dry-film fluoropolymer-based release agent. It can be used for many types of molding operations, especially where abrasion is a problem. Will not interfere with the painting of finished parts as it does not transfer from mold to part. Chem-Trend 88H Aerosol can also be used successfully for dry lubrication of rollers, machines, guides, conveyors, and similar areas where anti-sticking properties and superior lubrication are desired. This material is priced per can and has a minimum order of 12 cans (1 case). SHAKE CAN WELL BEFORE USE.

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