|Temperature||-40 to 200|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
• Free from chlorinated and aliphatic solvents, Class I & Class II Ozone Depleting substances.• Special propellant gas with optimized propane-butane ratio and free from un-saturates.• Unique combination of ingredients and valve design enables a fine mist spray for optimized application on moulds.• Wide serviceable temperature of sprayed film, from -40 to 200°C, enables use on hot and cold moulds and components.• Non toxic, colorless and odorless. Suitable for incidental food contact.• Plastic safe solvent enhances compatibility with most plastic substrates.• Non oxidizing, non-gumming lubricant and extremely water-repellant, weather resistant in nature.Application
Afra® Heavy Duty Silicone Spray, Grade 8084 is suitable for use as Mold Release Agent s for most injection molded plastics, metals, resins, waxes etc. It also rejuvenates rubber, plastic, synthetic leather and vinyl surfaces by hiding scratches and producing a high shine. It finds use as a Lubricant for metal and plastic substrates in several home, medical, food, industrial and automotive applications.Precaution during storage and use
Contents are highly flammable.The cans should be kept away from sources of heat and ignition. Do not spray on flame or ignited materials. The Cans are pressurized and should not be punctured, incinerated or impacted. This may cause the can to burst violently.
Use in a well-ventilated area and avoid excessive inhalation, eye or skin contact. Keep away from children. Store in a cool, dry, ventilated place below 50°C.
The Cans should be used with in eighteen months from date of manufacture. Most Cans perform normally even after extended storage beyond the ‘best before date’ but the packaging components may disintegrate or corrode and subsequently affect contents. Such can may be re-inspected and trials may be conducted to confirm acceptability.Information on Disposal of used Cans
Aerosol Cans are designed for single use only and are hazardous even when apparently empty. The cans must be completely evacuated by pressing the valve so that negligible gas remains inside and then must be punctured to release the remaining gas vapor. This shall render the can to be non-hazardous and fit for disposal as per local environmental norms.