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Release Coating 7814

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Release Coating 7814 from Huron Technologies is a solvent-based mold release formulated for the release of compression molded recycled crumb rubber containing a polyurethane binder. This unique blend of hydrocarbon solvents dries quickly on the mold surface, providing optimal performance and saving time for manufacturers with fast process conditions, the company states.
Developed for rubber floor mats, acoustical flooring, anti-fatigue mats, removable speed bumps, wheel stops, traffic cones and lawn edging molded at 200-420°F, Release Coating 7814 provides the following: exceptional release that requires less time in demolding operations; minimal build-up, extending the time molds remain in production; and excellent surface appearance, resulting in lower scrap rates as a result of release ease and improved surface finish, the company reports.

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