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Syn B388-125, release agent for concrete

Release agent Syn B-388-125, concrete release agent based on vegetable and ester oil

Syn B388 is a concrete release agent based on vegetable oil and ester oils that is used in the precast concrete industry. The Syn B-388-125 has vegetable-based additives taking into account the protection of people and the environment. The concrete release agent B388 does not contain any solvent and is a universal product for the concrete industry.

When applied and processed correctly, Syn B388-125 gives a smooth concrete surface and ensures a clean mold. This applies to both traditional concrete, self-compacting concrete and high-strength concrete. The Syn B388-125 can be used on the formwork of (lacquered) wood, steel and plastic. Always test before you work with a different formwork. Apply the release oil by misting. The atomization creates a thin, even film layer. Approximately 1 liter of Syn B388 can be used for 40 m2 of surface.

Do not use galvanized spray guns!

Adhesion: if adhesion or overpainting is required, we recommend to do so after 6 weeks. If needed sooner, always test.

The B388-125 meets current sustainability requirements. It consists of more than 90%
renewable raw materials and is therefore quickly biodegradable and falls into the BLF class.

Also a preventive protection against adhesion of fresh concrete on concrete mixers,
concrete mixers, concrete pumps, hoppers, dumping machines, etc.

The Syn B388 can be kept for 2 years in a closed package if it is kept cool and frost-free.

Syn B388 is available in packs of:

Online packaging: 5 ltr and 20 ltr
Packaging: 5 liter can, 20 liter can, 210 liter drums or 1,000 liter container.
PPE: Safety goggles and oil resistant gloves.
Processing amount: 1 liter for approx. 40 m2.
Color: light yellow
Fragrance: light
Viscosity: 16 mm2/sec

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