ReleaSys™ 85 | Rubber Mold Release Agents
Specifically Designed for the Rubber & Elastomer Industry | No transfer and Ease of release
ReleaSys™ 85 is a highly versatile water-based, semi-permanent Rubber Mold Release Agents designed to exhibit superior durability, surface adhesion, and minimization of slip-stick. Properly applied, our product develops a long lasting thin-film on the mold surface with minimal mold build-up. The aerosolized formula ensures proper application is achieved without the need for spray equipment. ReleaSys 85 Elastomer / Rubber release agent will not interfere with post-production finishing operation. ReleaSys™ 85 was exceptional designed for operations which require high slip and zero transfer, such as rubber to metal bonding operations Benefits of this product include:
- Exceptional release agent durability
- Clean, Non-oily, Non-migrating
- Ideal for lower complexity molds
- Improves quality and consistency of molded parts
- Minimizes mold build-up and fouling
Semi-permanent release agents are state-of-the-art release systems that provide the molding industry with an alternative to the traditional high volume, apply-every-cycle release agent. Miller-Stephenson has developed the ReleaSys product line in an effort to offer a high efficiency, cost-effective, and technologically advanced release agent to our customers. Our semi-permanent elastomer release agents forms a chemical bond to the mold surface which results in exceptional surface adhesion, durability, and application efficiency. All variants of the ReleaSys Series will deliver higher productivity, lower rejection rates, and higher quality products even in the most demanding applications. We offer various slip-levels and have specialized formulations for differing polymer types and molding processes ( ie: injection, transfer, compression). Miller-Stephenson has developed ReleaSys formulations to be applicable in virtually all types of composites, elastomers and organic polymers.
ReleaSys™ 85 Rubber Mold Release Agent – Production Efficiency; Higher throughput; Reduced scrap rates
Based on our extensive production-floor experience, working shoulder-to-shoulder with our rubber molding customers for decades, Miller-Stephenson is able to understand and differentiate the needs of your process. Factors such as compound type and hardness; production parameters such as molding temperature, molding process, mold shape/construction, rubber to substrate bonding; and post-molding requirements all factor into finding the right product. Hence the development of ReleaSys™ 85 rubber mold release agents was done to develop a single high-performance solution applicable in the complex industry of rubber and elastomer molding.
The application efficiency of ReleaSys™ can be seen by the relatively small amounts of Rubber Mold Release Agents that needs to be applied to the mold surface to give numerous releases. This small volume needed means that storage space is reduced and cost per application is minimized. Products are formulated ready-to-use, making dilution equipment redundant. Overall, our mold release agents represent an added-value proposition that can be tailored to many types of molding applications. Miller-Stephenson has spend years improving and tailoring our mold release agents to deliver the highest value proposition by increase efficiency, reducing over-application, and enhancing finished part quality and consistency.
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