Mold release agent and its types

Linqsil™ Series Mold Release Agents And Its Types | CAPLINQ

Mold release agent is a chem­i­cal that is used to pre­vent oth­er mate­ri­als from bond­ing to the sur­faces. They act as a bar­ri­er between sub­strate and sur­face, facil­i­tat­ing the sep­a­ra­tion of a cured part of the mold.

CAPLINQ’s offers a wide range of Mold Release sprays that allows ther­mo­plas­tics and ther­mosets to come out of the mold after mold­ing eas­i­ly. The range includes Lin­qsil ‑100- red label, Lin­qsil ‑200- blue label, and Lin­qsil ‑300-green label Sil­i­cone Mold Release Aerosol.

Types of Mold Release Agents Linqsil™

S‑100 mold release agents are high oper­at­ing tem­per­a­ture agents that are designed to release epoxy, poly­ester resins, nitrile, ther­mo­plas­tics, and rigid or flex­i­ble forms from their molds.

It is an effec­tive and ver­sa­tile mold release agent that is used exten­sive­ly in the semi­con­duc­tor pas­sive device indus­try. Also, the dimen­sion­al sta­bil­i­ty and con­tours are not altered by Linq S‑100 thus mak­ing it ide­al for use on plas­tic as well as met­al molds.

Lin­qsil™ S‑200 agent is a high per­for­mance and high-tem­per­a­ture sil­i­con-based mold that is suit­able for most rub­ber, nitrile, and thermoplastics.

This agent has no built upon the mold and gives you a lus­trous sur­face when prop­er­ly applied to it.

For epoxy, epoxy mold­ing com­pounds, hot cur­ing epoxy, cold cur­ing epoxy, and poly­ester resins.

Lin­qsil™ S‑100 serves as the best choice while for Nitrile, ther­mo­plas­tics, and EPDM, make use of Lin­qsil™ S‑200 Lin­qsil™ S‑300 is also one of the ver­sa­tile and high-per­for­mance mold release agents that is suit­able for almost every flex­i­ble and rigid inte­gral foams.

Usage of Mold Release Agents

If you don’t make use of the releas­ing agent bar­ri­er, the sub­strate will get dif­fused into the mold sur­face result­ing in dif­fi­cult clean-up and loss in pro­duc­tion efficiency.

Even, if you use the release agents, there are some fac­tors such as an irreg­u­lar appli­ca­tion or improp­er release, which may have a dra­mat­ic effect on the con­sis­ten­cy and qual­i­ty of the product.

Make sure you apply the release agent uni­form­ly on the sur­face to gain the opti­mum results. To learn more regard­ing the Lin­qsil™ Series Mold Release Agents for releas­ing the molds, vis­it You can also con­tact us if you have any queries regard­ing CAPLINQ’s clean­ers or Lin­qsil™ S‑100, Lin­qsil™ S‑200, and Lin­qsil™ S‑300 release agent.

About Chris Perabo

Chris is an energetic and enthusiastic engineer and entrepreneur. He is always interested in taking highly technical subjects and distilling these to their essence so that even the layman can understand. He loves to get into the technical details of an issue and then understand how it can be useful for specific customers and applications. Chris is currently the Director of Business Development at CAPLINQ.

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