MS-122AD | Dry Film PTFE release agent
Excellent Release Properties; Unmatched Dry Lubricant; Cost-Effective
MS-122AD was developed as an efficient, economical and universal dry film PTFE release agent / dry lubricant. This formulation contains a high lubricity, low molecular weight PTFE fluoropolymer specialized for mold release and dry lubricant applications. A nonflammable, non-ozone depleting carrier solvent / propellant mixture ensures all environmental regulations are met. MS-122AD offers the following benefits:
- Cost-effective release of molded parts
- Outstanding lubricity and minimization of slip-stick
- Nonflammable, Non-ozone depleting formulation
- Non-migrating; Non-staining
As a Release Agent: Highly effective when applied to rubber molds. It provides a very uniform, thin coating, ideal for routine mold release operations.
As a Dry Lubricant: Our best dry lubricant, for all applications; may be used on all surfaces, especially where there is metal on metal contact. It provides elimination of “slip-stick” and low coefficient of friction.
Miller-Stephenson has been developing PTFE release agents for over 40 years. This class of release agent yields a uniform, dry film on the mold surface while also offering superior surface adhesion and durability. PTFE mold release agents typically can last numerous molding cycles before re-application is necessary, and is ideal for compression and transfer molding operations. One drawback is its relatively poor performance in injection molding, which requires surface slip that PTFE dry films cannot achieve. PTFE release agents are particularly effective in potting and casting molding operations, specifically with electronic potting and casting as PTFE’s chemical inertness and low-transfer will not interfere with the sensitive electronics.
Why choose MS-122AD | Dry Film PTFE release agent
Production engineers will typically choose Dry film PTFE release agent if they are looking for a non-silicone, chemical inert, and non-transferable release agent that is applicable across a broad range of substrates. PTFE, on a release per application basis, is significantly more efficient and cost-effective than sacrificial or PVA alternatives. Miller-Stephenson’s MS-122AV and MS-122SE are formulations which increase the durability and cost-effectiveness even further by addition of proprietary surface activation chemistry.
Miller-Stephenson offers a selection of specialized formulations that provide high performance solutions for your molding process. All variants of the MS-122 Series will deliver higher productivity, lower rejection rates, and higher quality products. Please use the product selection guide below to help direct you to the appropriate product.
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