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GRIFCOTE® Premium Dissolver

concrete junction formConcrete Dissolver

GRIFCOTE® Premium Dissolver is a proprietary blend of materials that promote the removal of hardened concrete. The reaction of GRIFCOTE® Premium Dissolver with the previously deposited concrete on the surface of a metallic surface will facilitate the removal of this material.

 

 

Application

The recommended method for the application of the GRIFCOTE® Premium Dissolver is by utilizing a hard bristle brush, mechanical sprayer or any other compatible spray method which applies a fine mist or spray covering all of the areas that require treatment.

For optimum performance of GRIFCOTE® Premium Dissolver saturate the area of the hardened concrete and allow GRIFCOTE® Premium Dissolver to penetrate the surface for 10 to 20 minutes. After the GRIFCOTE® Premium Dissolver contacts the hardened concrete the surface will turn white and then darken. Re-treat the surface if a white residue appears on the area where the concrete remains. Re-apply surface until concrete has turned to a softened material (mush). On areas of the metal surface where a thick buildup is observed, repeat the application of the GRIFCOTE® Premium Dissolver and repeat the cleaning process until the concrete on the metal surface has softened and turned to “mush”.

**Application rate will vary depending on metal surface and application methods.

 
     

Technical Data:

Color  Light Orange
Weight per Gallon 8.1 lbs/gal
Flash Point N/A (P.M.C.C.)
Viscosity >1 @ 40° C
Specific Gravity   0.97
Density 8.1 lbs/gal
PH 1.8

A Material Safety Data Sheet should be reviewed for safety precautions prior to application.

 
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Metalworking Fluids

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Sprayers

Murphy Spray Gun rugged cast iron high-solids, sprayer that can stand up to rough treatment and still provide a reliable pattern.
Pump Up Sprayer 3.5-gallon spray unit, funnel top tank for easy fill and closure

 

Bulletins and Technical Papers

“How To Lose A Customer in 10+ Easy Ways”, by Bob Waterloo, HG Distribution Manager
“How Safe & Legal Is Your Concrete Form Release Agent?”, by Bob Waterloo, HG Distribution Manager
“Proper Application of Concrete From Release Agents”, by Bob Waterloo, HG Distribution Manager

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