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Spatter-release agent

10th July 1970, Page 65
10th July 1970
Page 65
Page 65, 10th July 1970 — Spatter-release agent
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New products from Ambersil are Ambersil 40 + and a nonsilicone splatter-release agent for use where welded parts are to be painted.

Ambersil 40+ has five distinct uses. It protects metals against corrosion, displaces moisture, dissolves rust, penetrates and frees seized parts and lubricates bearing surfaces. The chemical compound is a light, non-greasy liquid which leaves a non-toxic residue and does not congeal or gum; it does not normally affect paint, rubber, textiles and plastics. Bulk supplies of 1. 5 and 45ga1 are available as well as an economical aerosol pack.

A thin film of the Ambersil spatter release agent on work pieces, jigs and equipment allows any weld spatter deposits to be wiped or brushed away leaving the surface clean and unmarked. Welded parts can be readily removed from their jigs and the nozzles, shrouds and adaptors of inert-gas welding equipment remain in good condition over long periods. The product is supplied in an aerosol pack.

Made by: Ambersil Ltd, James Estate, Western Road, Mitcham, Surrey.


Locations: Surrey

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