10/30/2018

Mold Release Is FDA Compliant for Incidental Food Contact

Originally titled 'Mold Release Is FDA Compliant for Incidental Food Contact'
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Dry-21 from IMS Co. brings the release ability of PTFE powder into an FDA-compliant formula under 21 CFR 177.1550 and 184.100.

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IMS Co. introduces its new Dry-21 Paintable PTFE Powder Mold Release, a low-residue release that is FDA-compliant for incidental food contact. Dry-21 brings the release ability of PTFE powder into an FDA-compliant formula under 21 CFR 177.1550 and 184.100. A general-purpose release, Dry-21 is applicable where the molded parts will be painted, plated or ink-stamped. Dry-21 is stocked in full-size, 16 fl-oz cans.

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