Heavy Duty Mold Release, 16 oz. Container Size, 12 oz. Net Weight
- Item# 1HBL1
- Mfr. Model# 03302
- Catalog Page# 2514
- UNSPSC# 15121514
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- Item Heavy Duty Mold Release
- Container Size 16 oz.
- Container Type Spray Can
- Lubricant NSF Rating Not Rated
- Primary Chemical Base Silicone
- Max. Operating Temp. 600 Degrees F
- Net Weight 12 oz.
- Physical Form Aerosol
- VOC Content 48.40%
- Standards FDA Reg.21 CFR 175.300
- Application Injection and Compression Molding of Abs, Acetyl, Acrylic, Noryl(R), Nylon, Polycarbonate, Polystyrene, Polysulfone, and Wax. Also For Use in Blow Molding, Extruders, Foundries and Investment Castings
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Hazardous material - Other Regulated Material
This item has been restricted from sale in the following countries: Canada, Colombia, Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan.
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