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CONCOTE™ 206 Permanent Mold Coating

die-cast-engine-block-transmissionPermanent Mold Coating for Diecasting Foundry

CONCOTE™ 206 is a dilutable permanent mold coating formulated with special refractories, binders, wetting agents, and preservatives. When dried CONCOTE™ 206 provides a thin continuous film between the surface of the die and the casting. CONCOTE™ 206 is an outstanding chill and high surface finish coating for aluminum alloys.

Features:

  • Good Surface Finish
  • Prevents Premature Die Failure
  • Anti-Weld Properties
  • Good Lubrication
  • Easily Applied
  • Good Release Properties

 

Typical Product Data*

Solids:                         36.0%

Density (Lbs./Gal.):      11.18

Color:                           Black

Refractories:                Talc, Graphite

*These values are not intended for use in preparing specifications. 

Dilution

CONCOTE™ 206 is supplied in concentrated form and can be diluted to any desired concentration depending on the application with water. Generally, the dilution starting pointing (Coating to water by weight):

Application                                    Dilution

Top Coat                                       1:1

Use Recommendations

CONCOTE™ 206 is a low insulating coating providing good surface finish for aluminum alloys. CONCOTE™ 206 is generally used as a top coating over a base of a rougher texture. Any permanent mold coating should be mixed well before use and feezing avoided. For more application information see the Hill and Griffith general brochure on CONCOTE™ 200 products.

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Bulletins and Technical Papers

"Resolving Adhesion Problems in Post Die Casting Operations", Tim Cowell, HG Technical Director
"Biofilms: How They Impact the Die Casting Process", Tim Cowell, HG Technical Director
"Die Casting Porosity Causes and Solutions Part 1 of 4", Tim Cowell, HG Technical Director
"Die Casting Porosity Causes and Solutions Part 2 of 4", Tim Cowell, HG Technical Director
"Die Casting Porosity Causes and Solutions Part 3 of 4", Tim Cowell, HG Technical Director
"Die Casting Porosity Causes and Solutions Part 4 of 4", Tim Cowell, HG Technical Director

Form for requesting product bulletins and technical papers

 

Customer Service

Technical Services and Support - On-site casting defect investigations, product testing, machine start-ups and much more. Also, lab facilities are available to provide testing upon request.
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Packaging & Logistics

Custom Packaging

HG Logistics LLC

 


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