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BLUESIL RES 9303 may be stored at a temperature between -20 °C/ -4 °F and 50 °C/ 122 °F for up to 24 months from its date of manufacturing.Please consult the Safety Data Sheet of this product.

BLUESIL RES 9303

​BLUESIL RES 9303 is a solventless methyl silicone resin which has been specially designed as semi-permanent release agent for:

  • Polyurethane: Automotive parts, shoe soles, upholstery, thermal insulation, sound proofing materials…
  • Melamine, phenolic, polyester and epoxy resins.
  • Rubbers.

Lubrication;Non-stick;Slip

Resin

Fluid

  • ​Odour free and solvent free.
  • Excellent mould coverage (good wetting and spreading).
  • The moulded articles have an excellent surface finish.
  • Excellent thermal stability.
  • Very easy to use.
  • Reduced build up on moulds.
  • Reduces mould fouling.
  • Easy cleaning.

​BLUESIL RES 9303 is used:

  • As mould release agent on metal moulds.
  • As protective agent on moulds and membranes made of RTV silicone rubber.

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Active material content100Monocomp%
Viscosity180MonocompNF T 76102mm2/s

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​Mould release agent

The mould should be perfectly clean, grease-free, dry and if possible pre-heated to a temperature above 50 °C.

BLUESIL RES 9303 can be applied as is when high precision, low volume spray systems are used.

In most cases it is diluted in a solvent or mixture of solvents (1-part w/w BLUESIL RES 9303 / 10-part w/w solvent) and applied with a brush, pad or spray gun (air spray, air assisted, air-less…).

In general, reapplication is necessary every two to ten moulding operations depending on the complexity of the mould and the aggressiveness of the moulded material.

To slow down evaporation and prevent premature settling during spraying we recommend to (partially) use a solvent with a higher boiling point. In this case allow for a longer drying time before moulding.

Protective agent

Certain rigid or semi-rigid PUR foam formulations may attack RTV moulds or membranes.

In such cases, effective protection is provided by applying a thin layer of BLUESIL RES 9303 - diluted with an adapted solvent (ex: dichloromethane / isopropanol mixture).

Finishing treatment of moulded articles

If the moulded articles are to be glued, painted, varnished or printed subsequently it is essential to carefully degrease the surface to be coated. Prior testing is necessary.

In the case of paints and varnishes, a « lack of adhesion » can often be prevented by adding between 0.1 and 0.5 % BLUESIL FLD 47 V 100 or V 350 to the paint or varnish.

In each case, it is recommended to determine the optimum concentration and application method by a small test prior to production.

​Mould release agent The mould should be perfectly clean, grease-free, dry and if possible pre-heated to a temperature above 50 °C.BLUESIL RES 9303 can be applied as is when high precision, low volume spray systems are used.In most cases it is diluted in a solvent or mixture of solvents (1-part w/w BLUESIL RES 9303 / 10-part w/w solvent) and applied with a brush, pad or spray gun (air spray, air assisted, air-less…).In general, reapplication is necessary every two to ten moulding operations depending on the complexity of the mould and the aggressiveness of the moulded material.To slow down evaporation and prevent premature settling during spraying we recommend to (partially) use a solvent with a higher boiling point. In this case allow for a longer drying time before moulding.Protective agentCertain rigid or semi-rigid PUR foam formulations may attack RTV moulds or membranes.In such cases, effective protection is provided by applying a thin layer of BLUESIL RES 9303 - diluted with an adapted solvent (ex dichloromethane / isopropanol mixture).Finishing treatment of moulded articlesIf the moulded articles are to be glued, painted, varnished or printed subsequently it is essential to carefully degrease the surface to be coated. Prior testing is necessary.In the case of paints and varnishes, a « lack of adhesion » can often be prevented by adding between 0.1 and 0.5 % BLUESIL FLD 47 V 100 or V 350 to the paint or varnish.In each case, it is recommended to determine the optimum concentration and application method by a small test prior to production.

 

 

​Mould release agent

The mould should be perfectly clean, grease-free, dry and if possible pre-heated to a temperature above 50 °C.

BLUESIL RES 9303 can be applied as is when high precision, low volume spray systems are used.

In most cases it is diluted in a solvent or mixture of solvents (1-part w/w BLUESIL RES 9303 / 10-part w/w solvent) and applied with a brush, pad or spray gun (air spray, air assisted, air-less…).

In general, reapplication is necessary every two to ten moulding operations depending on the complexity of the mould and the aggressiveness of the moulded material.

To slow down evaporation and prevent premature settling during spraying we recommend to (partially) use a solvent with a higher boiling point. In this case allow for a longer drying time before moulding.

Protective agent

Certain rigid or semi-rigid PUR foam formulations may attack RTV moulds or membranes.

In such cases, effective protection is provided by applying a thin layer of BLUESIL RES 9303 - diluted with an adapted solvent (ex: dichloromethane / isopropanol mixture).

Finishing treatment of moulded articles

If the moulded articles are to be glued, painted, varnished or printed subsequently it is essential to carefully degrease the surface to be coated. Prior testing is necessary.

In the case of paints and varnishes, a « lack of adhesion » can often be prevented by adding between 0.1 and 0.5 % BLUESIL FLD 47 V 100 or V 350 to the paint or varnish.

In each case, it is recommended to determine the optimum concentration and application method by a small test prior to production.

​Mould release agent The mould should be perfectly clean, grease-free, dry and if possible pre-heated to a temperature above 50 °C.BLUESIL RES 9303 can be applied as is when high precision, low volume spray systems are used.In most cases it is diluted in a solvent or mixture of solvents (1-part w/w BLUESIL RES 9303 / 10-part w/w solvent) and applied with a brush, pad or spray gun (air spray, air assisted, air-less…).In general, reapplication is necessary every two to ten moulding operations depending on the complexity of the mould and the aggressiveness of the moulded material.To slow down evaporation and prevent premature settling during spraying we recommend to (partially) use a solvent with a higher boiling point. In this case allow for a longer drying time before moulding.Protective agentCertain rigid or semi-rigid PUR foam formulations may attack RTV moulds or membranes.In such cases, effective protection is provided by applying a thin layer of BLUESIL RES 9303 - diluted with an adapted solvent (ex dichloromethane / isopropanol mixture).Finishing treatment of moulded articlesIf the moulded articles are to be glued, painted, varnished or printed subsequently it is essential to carefully degrease the surface to be coated. Prior testing is necessary.In the case of paints and varnishes, a « lack of adhesion » can often be prevented by adding between 0.1 and 0.5 % BLUESIL FLD 47 V 100 or V 350 to the paint or varnish.In each case, it is recommended to determine the optimum concentration and application method by a small test prior to production.

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