ReleaSys™ DFX | Semi-Permanent Release Spray
Next-Generation DryFilm Release Coating, the Convenience of an Aerosol Spray
ReleaSys™ DFX Semi-Permanent Release Spray is Miller-Stephenson’s most advanced PTFE DryFilm release system, providing the unmatched performance of our ReleaSys™ DF in the convenience of a aerosol spray can. Our proprietary formulation provides not only superior performance but the product is specifically tuned to matched the performance of professional HVLP spray equipment. Customers using the ReleaSys DFX get the performance of a bulk release system and the uniform/thin-film coating of a professional spray system in a convenient aerosol can. This potent combination allows optimal utilization of our advanced PTFE resins to provide superior release, enhanced durability, fewer re-applications, and excellent surface quality. ReleaSys DFX provides excellent all-around release of numerous substrates and configurations but is generally ideal for epoxy, composite and plastics substrates. Benefits include:
- Next-Generation PTFE Thin-Film Coating
- Superior Spray Pattern and DryFilm Technology
- Efficient, Reliable, and Predictable Release Performance
- Ideal for Epoxies, Composites, and Plastics
- 100% Non-Silicone, Oil, and Wax
- Non-Flammable, VOC-exempt formula
Miller-Stephenson has specialized in thin-film PTFE coatings since the late 1960s, our development of cutting-edge, dryfilm coatings and aerosol delivery systems has provided our customers with ultra-efficient means of utilizing fluoropolymers to improve their molding processes and achieve greater throughput, lower defect rates, and production of higher quality, reliable parts. The ReleaSys DFX Semi-Permanent Release Spray is our next-step in providing our customers with a convenient means of extracting maximal performance from our PTFE-technology without the required investment in HVLP spray equipment. New and seasoned engineers will quickly observe ease of application, thin-films, and self-leveling properties built into the ReleaSys™ DFX. These properties help to correct for application-based operator errors and allows engineers to properly evaluate the viability of ReleaSys DFX for their molding process.
ReleaSys™ DFX – Superior Fluoropolymer Release Technology, Ultra-Thin Film Coatings, in the ease of an aerosol can
ReleaSys™ DFX was designed from inception to provide the durable release and anti-stick properties of our proprietary PTFE resins in the easy to use and reliable application of an aerosol can. The ReleaSys DFX is 100% non-flammable, VOC-exempt formulation with the added benefit of rapid dry times and air-cure film development. This means the coating can be applied consistently in-between molding cycles without the need for any downtime or production delays. The rapid drying carrier fluids and air-curing fluoropolymer coating, yields a ready to use release film in less than 15-30 seconds on room temperature molds. Compared to less coatings which may provide fast dry times but poor coating durability or slow-drying coatings with improved release performance, the ReleaSys DFX compromises in neither of these scenarios. Our advanced chemistry and delivery system, provides a high durability, rapid drying coating yielding superior release ease and optimal quality of your molded item.
Experts in Release Agent Systems Since 1955
Miller-Stephenson has had a long history in numerous molding industries, and our ReleaSys brand of products are respected around the world for quality and reliability. When you purchase Miller-Stephenson ReleaSys Semi-Permanent mold release agents you not only get industry leading products, you also gain access to our many years of direct production floor experience. We understand your production issues and can help you optimize your mold preparation, maintenance and release processes to improve your bottom line.
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