CONDAGLASS 300 series mould-release greases or swabbing mold-compounds ensure uniform lubrication of the different moulds used in the container glass industry and optimise productivity. Their viscosity is specially adapted to this application: neither too fluid nor too thick. They allow for correct grease dosing and good distribution in the mould.
- Blank mould grease:
This grease allows uniform application on the mould, without transfer of graphite to the items.
- Neck mould grease:
It leaves a very fine and uniform film of grease on the mould. This grease avoids faults in bottle necks and improves mould release.
- Blow mould grease:
This product gives a translucent appearance to the most demanding items. Its wetting agents and additives allow easy penetration of even narrow surfaces and help mould-release for the most delicate shapes.
With this new range, CONDAT represents a new source for mould-release greases, in a market with few suppliers.
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- Limits clogging
- Little transfer to the glass items
- Good finish, even on the most demanding parts: items for the perfume, cosmetics, pharmaceutical industries
- Avoids faults
- Preserves the surface condition of the moulds
- Reduces the glass-coating frequency for the moulds
Sprayable swabbing mold greases
Mindful of its customers' needs, CONDAT has also developed its greases in a sprayable version, for specific applications found in production.
CONDAGLASS 364 and 365 are suitable for all types of glass (beverage and pharmaceutical bottles) and for all robot-automated application processes. The viscosity is adapted to make it suitable for most spraying systems, to optimise the quantity used.
CONDAGLASS 364 and 365 associated with a spray robot allow for:
- reduction in consumption of swabbing mold grease
- efficient mould release for your glass items
- less frequent greasing
- reduced loss of items linked to greasing
- improved operator safety
CONDAT offers equipment suitable for facilitating implementation of our lubricants.