Rayson release agents are purely water-based and used in a variety of sectors to improve the efficiency of production operations. They allow products to be smoothly removed from the mold while also preventing the two surfaces from transfer contamination, which could cause harm to the product.
Mold release agents function by forming a barrier between the product and mold's surface. This barrier prevents mold damage and ensures a quick and smooth release from the mold by inhibiting adhesion between the two materials. Before the substrate is cast, the coating is placed on the mold surfaces. Release agents that are semi-permanent allow for multiple cycles after it has been applied.
At Rayson, we use a water-based release agent. Water-based mold release agents rely on water as their primary component, as opposed to solvents. This means that it contains no VOC (volatile organic content) and is therefore more environmentally friendly. Moreover, compared to a solvent-based release agent, water-based agents are classified as non-dangerous goods, as they do not contain harmful solvents and do not pose a health risk.
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Rubber release agents are designed to act as a physical barrier between the rubber compound (elastomer) and the mold surface. All rubber mold release agents should strive for nonstick and lubricity properties.
Rubber release agents are specifically designed for use in the manufacture of automotive industry components, such as conveyor belts, engineering parts, and more!
Depending on your application needs, Rayson will design the appropriate power that the rubber release agent must provide for your case!
Contingent to your requirements, we will tailor mold release agents to your specifications.
Rubber release agents are suitable for products such as tires, gasket, seals, shoe soles, belts, anti-vibration, and engine mounting.
They are water-based release agents designed to ensure multiple releases. They provide additional lubricity and non-stick properties to the mold surface.
Our release agents form a physical barrier between the mold and the abrasive resin compound, protecting the mold surface while easing release.
Steering wheels, car seats, headrests, mattresses, office furniture, armrests, automotive headliners, dashboards, shoe soles, encapsulation, car carpet, and oil seals are some of the applications for polyurethane mold releases.
Produced by combined materials, composites contribute to its own unique properties. Hence, composites call for the use of composite release agents for the molding process.
When molding composites, it's important to ensure that the composite release agent has the right amount of lubricity and non-stick qualities to prevent the material from attaching to the mold.
The ideal applications of composite mold release agents can be during the production of molded fiberglass reinforced polyester (FRP).
Tennis rackets, bicycle frames, shoddy pad, brake pad, filament wilding, and epoxy prepregs are some of the applications for composite mold releases.
Thermoplastic release agents offer optimized cycle times, surface finish consistency, and reduce/eliminate post-mold operations prior to painting, gluing, or welding.
Our solvent and water-based semi-permanent release agents can be used in a variety of manufacturing processes such as injection molding, extrusion, and rotary molding.
We can assist you in optimizing the appearance and quality of your molded parts by selecting an appropriate release agent.
Thermoplastic release agents are applicable to products such as pressure tanks, automotive instrument panels, and more.
All manufacturing companies that work with metal surfaces would require a mold release agent that strikes the perfect balance between ease of release and finish quality.
Steel form release agents should contain a rust inhibitor and be water-free. Oil and chemically active release agents have also been used successfully.
Our metal release agent contributes to the cost-effective, efficient, and high-quality release of our clients' molded parts. To achieve a highly uniform product quality of castings, we use high-quality release agents and their correct application.
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