for remelting plants of Rauch Fertigungstechnik
Description | Application | Storage | Safety advices | technical Data
boron nitride coating for highest performance
for magnesium and zinc
yields non-wetting, lubricating surfaces
for the coating of ingot moulds of remelting plants of Rauch Fertigungstechnik, Austria
contains "white graphite"
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ALU-STOP LC25 Boron-Nitride-Coating is special coating for the non-ferrous metal casting and is characterised by a very high content of boron nitride. Thus ALU-STOP LC25 Boron-Nitride-Coating shows a very good non-wetting behaviour against Al, Mg, Zn and Pb as well as their alloys. It is an ideal high temperature release and lubrication agent for the coating of ladles, troughs, distribution troughs, moulds and protects these efficiently against attacks by aggressive melts. ALU-STOP LC25 Boron-Nitride-Coating is used succesfully for the coating of ingot moulds of the remelting plants produced by Rauch Fertigungstechnik, Gmunden (Austria). By the use of ALU-STOP LC25 Boron-Nitride-Coating when casting magnesium ingots the formation of oxides on the surface of the ingots is suppressed and the quality of the casting surface dramatically improved.
Resuspend coating prior to use
and dilute with distilled water if necessary
(ratio 1:2 to 1:3).
ALU-STOP LC25 Boron-Nitride-Coating must be protected against frost. A storage temperature of >5°C (>41°F) is recommended. The containers should be kept closed. ALU-STOP LC25 Boron-Nitride-Coating is available in 6kg-containers.
ALU-STOP LC25 Boron-Nitride-Coating contains water and is free of solvents. According to data available to us ALU-STOP LC25 Boron-Nitride-Coating is a non-hazardous preparation. An EC material safety data sheet is available.
|Ceramic constituent||Boron nitride|
|Solid content (Boron nitride)||25%|
|Application temperature (max.)||1000°C (1832°F) (at air)|
|1800°C (3272°F) (under inert gas)|
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