GREASE FOR MOLDS AND FORMWORK ZAP-10 SANPOL (winter)
ZAP-10 SANPOL (winter) grease for molds and formwork is used in the industry in the production of concrete products, as well as in monolithic construction. Its composition provides excellent separation properties and anti-corrosion protection. ZAP-10 SANPOL does not have an aggressive effect on varnish, plywood, plastics and metal, has shown itself perfectly on vertical and horizontal surfaces of forms, does not drain under the influence of vibration and concrete mix. The concrete surface of the product is ready for applying paint, plaster or adhesives without any additional pretreatment. The use of ZAP-10 SANPOL can significantly improve the quality of products made of concrete, foam concrete and aerated concrete, can be used in conditions of technological steaming at high temperatures up to 80?C, used in the finished form.
it mixes with water to form a time-stable emulsion.;
low price compared to other manufacturers;
economical material consumption;
universal application of lubricants for forms and forms made of metal, plywood, plastic, plastic;
it holds well on the surface of the molds during all technological operations;
ensures a smooth production process;
completely eliminates the adhesion of the surface of the concrete product to the mold;
does not spoil the appearance of products, suitable for white architectural concrete;
it does not affect the time and intensity of concrete hardening;
protects metal from corrosion;
suitable for use in preheated to 80°C form;
it is safe for human health.
Composition: modified mixture of oils without solvents;
Color: light to dark brown;
Density: at 20°C, g / cm: 0.890;
Application temperature: 5°C to - 8 ° C;
Method of action: physico-chemical
How to use: apply the lubricant using a roller, brush or brush. The grease for molds and formwork is ready for use, applied in a uniform layer over the entire surface of the mold.
Consumption of the working solution on the wooden surface: 1 liter per 20-40 m?,
On a plastic or metal surface: 1 liter per 65-80 m?