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Anti-scale varnish Condursal Z1100 - in tin can à ...more
Anti-scale varnish Condursal Z1100 - 0,9 kg
in tin can à 0,9 kg
- Application temperature 600°C up to 1,100°C
- Glow times up to 7 hours
- easy to process (brushing, rolling, dipping, spraying, etc.)
- very productive, approx. 15µm layer thickness
- Drying time approx. 10-30 minutes (depending on the layer thickness, temperature)
- easy cleaning of the workpiece
- residue-free removal after heat treatment
CONDURSAL Z1100 provides very good protection against scaling for tools and components that are austenitized or annealed in ovens at temperatures of 600 to 1,100°C.
It is suitable for steel, stainless steel, tool steels, gray cast iron, gunmetal and for annealing times up to 7 hours and more.
The paint turns black during the heat treatment and the residue from the CONDURSAL Z1100 flakes off on its own when it cools down.
At higher annealing temperatures, they can then be easily removed by brushing; sandblasting is not necessary.
The surfaces of the workpieces to be protected must be clean, dry, free of oil, rust and grease, which can be achieved by washing or degreasing with solvents.
Dedusting and removing loose components is often sufficient.
Before use, CONDURSAL Z1100 must be stirred well.
It is then applied using a soft flat brush or dipping method. Rolling or spraying is also possible.
For full effectiveness, a layer thickness of only approx. 15µm is usually sufficient.
If it is applied too thickly and, above all, unevenly, the protective layer will crack and the insulating effect will be impaired.
For long glow times, two thin applications are recommended. Drying time is usually around 10 minutes per coat.
Close the can tightly and airtight and clean tools such as brushes well.
Removal of residues:
After the heat treatment has ended, the residue from the CONDURSAL Z1100 will flake off on its own when it cools down or can be brushed off.
If CONDURSAL Z1100 is applied too thickly, the protective layer will chip off.
The CONDURSAL Z1100 is not suitable for annealing temperatures below 600°C. At lower temperatures it behaves like a baking varnish and then forms a black coating on the workpiece surfaces that is difficult to remove.