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Airset Release 95 Fast Drying Release

Large Metal Foundry and Die Castingfor Green Sand Metalcasting Foundry

Hill and Griffith AIRSET RELEASE 95 is formulated with special release materials, pigments and solvents. Due to environmental and health factors, chlorinated and fluorochlorinated solvents are becoming a thing of the past. AIRSET RELEASE 95 overcomes these concerns. AIRSET RELEASE 95 is a fast drying release to be used when water is neither desirable nor tolerable and when the release benefit of an aluminum pigment is required for difficult operations. Due to the flammability of this product special care should be taken in regard to ventilation and product storage.

  • Fast Drying
  • Easy Application
  • Minimum Buildup
  • Long Lasting
  • Lessens Downtime
  • Excellent Release
  • Good Visibility on Pattern

Typical Product Data

Color: Grayish-Silver
Non-Volatile Content:  8.0%
Flash Point (T.C.C. °F): 13
Density (Lbs./Gal.): 6.2
Carrier: Aliphatic Hydrocarbon
Evaporative Rate: 4.5
(But. Acct. =1)  


AIRSET RELEASE 95 can be applied using an airless sprayer, a pressurized canister type sprayer or a molders’ mouth sprayer. In the latter instance, it may be necessary to reduce the airflow in the inlet orifice of the container.

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