Michem® Lube 156 PFP
Brand Family Overview
Mold Release is a solventborne polyethylene emulsion that eliminates the high stress between a mold and the molded part, typically used for ceramics. It allows for movement and shrinkage of the part during processing and subsequent temperature fluctuations. With Mold Release, the part releases clean.See more Mold Release products.
Used as an additive in polish (specifically car polish), cosmetics, paints, coatings and graphic arts to increase scratch resistance, lubrication, release and anti-block properties. It can also be used in coatings for OPP films.
Nonionic carnauba wax emulsion
This product is used in many applications including the following:
|Textiles & Leather||block resistance, release, rub resistance, scratch resistance, water repellence|
|Automotive Care||block resistance, buffability, gloss enhancement, lubricity, mar resistance, release, rub resistance, scratch resistance, spray wax|
|Functional Coatings||block resistance, release, rub resistance, scratch resistance|
|Overprint Varnishes||block resistance, chemical resistance, release, rub resistance, scratch resistance|
|Industrial Wood & Plastic||block resistance, buffability, lubricity, mar resistance, release, rub resistance, scratch resistance|
|Furniture Polish||block resistance, buffability, mar resistance|
|Thermal Transfer||mar resistance, release|
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These physical properties are typical but should not be considered specifications.
|Appearance||Cream colored, opaque liquid|
|Percent Non-Volatile||24.5 - 25.5|
|Brookfield Viscosity (cps, mPa·s)||<15|
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Ensure adequate ventilation. Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Use personal protective equipment as required.