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Release Agents

The surface tension of silicone is low and it spreads easily, so it provides good wetting of fine, irregular surfaces. It is chemically inactive and can be used with almost all molding materials. Silicone has excellent heat and cold resistance and offers good performance over a wide temperature range. These characteristics are why silicone is used as a mold-release agent in a range of industries including the rubber industry, resin industry, food processing industry, and die casting. Silicone mold-release agents are available in various forms including emulsions, oil types, solvent types, bake-on types, and sprays.



PRODUCT

Category

Applications

Grade

Features

Emulsion type

Rubber industry,
resin industry,
food processing industry, die casting, surface processing, synthetic fibers

KM-9736A

For food packaging containers. Low stickiness.

KM-9737A

For food packaging containers.

KM-9738A

For food packaging containers. Good antiblocking effect.

KM-9739

For food packaging containers. Good paintability.

KM-722T

Acts to clean molds. Good wetting of molds.

KM-740T

General industrial use. Good gloss enhancement and surface lubrication.

KM-742T

General industrial use. KM-740 low-concentration type.

KM-780

General industrial use.
Good dilution stability, mechanical stability and storage stability.

KM-785

KM-786

KM-787

KM-788

KM-797

KM-9705

KM-860A

Concentrated type. Good cost performance.

KM-862T

Concentrated type. Viscosity of the base oil is higher than that of KM-860A.

Silcast U

Suitable for die casting.

Fluid type

KF-96

Suitable for applications in which water and solvents cannot be used.

KF-965

Good thermal oxidation stability even at temperatures above 250 ℃.

KF-54

Good paintability.

KF-410

Methylstyryl-modified. Good heat resistance.

KF-412

Long chain alkyl-modified. Good paintability and lubricity.

KF-4701

Long chain alkyl-modified. Good paintability.

KM-244F

Water-soluble type. Can be diluted with water or alcohol.

KS-61

Paste type. Long-lasting with good heat resistance and lubricity.

Solvent type

KS-702

High-viscosity dimethyl silicone fluid base.

KS-707

Suitable for heat-cure resins.

Bake-on type

KS-700

Little migration of the mold-release agent to the molded item. Provides repeated mold-release.

KS-7201

For low-temperature bake-on applications.

KS-7200

Meets the requirements prescribed in Notification No. 20 of Japan's Ministry of Health and Welfare.

SEPA-COAT

Forms film at room temperature.

Spray type

General purpose, gloss enhancement

KF-96SP

KF-96-1000cs spray.

Paintable applications

KF-412SP

KF-412 spray.

High-temperature applications

KF-965SP

KF-965-100cs spray.

For rubbers and plastics

RELEASE

KS-707 spray.

 

 Features

 

Versatility

 

Can be used in diverse applications including rubbers, plastics, metals, and foods.

 

Mold-releasability

 

Silicone mold-release agents are non-compatible with almost all organic materials, so they offer outstanding mold-release performance.

 

Heat and cold resistance

 

They have excellent resistance to heat and cold and provide good mold-release results over a wide temperature range.

 

Chemical stability

They are chemically inactive, so they do not cause corrosion, swelling, or deformation of molds or molded items.

Can be used on complex molds

Silicone mold-release agents have low surface tension, so they provide good wetting of intricately shaped molds. This means that even complex molded items release easily from the mold.2014-10-14

 

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