ITW Chemin (itwchemin.com) launched the improved version of RUST-O-WAX, an aerosol coating for protection of critical metal components against corrosion damage. RUST-O-WAX is a long term outdoor and indoor corrosion protection from rust and corrosion, for machined surfaces and assemblies subjected to long periods of storage or adverse shipping condition. The waxy non-brittle film is highly resistant to humidity and severe corrosive atmosphere.
The new formula of RUST-O-WAX improves its ability to withstand higher temperatures and can be applied directly onto hot surfaces. This translates into long lasting protection, uniform coverage with no sagging during application.
Its features make it suitable for use on moulds used in injection moulding manufacturing process. After prolonged use, the temperature of the mould rises and RUST-O-WAX can be directly applied onto these surfaces for protection prior to storage. In addition to this, RUST-O-WAX is also suitable for protection of finished metal and plastic components, in process parts, battery terminals, farm machinery and metal spare parts against corrosion.
RUST-O-WAX is available in both natural and blue color version aerosol cans of 400 ml capacity.
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