DINITROL Corroheat 4010 – 1 Litre Canister

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Specifically designed for engine compartments

The product specifically designed for engine compartments and creates a hard, transparent film that is resistant to both alkalin and acids whilst providing heat resistant up to a temperature of more than 200 degC. The adhesion and flexibility properties on rubber and plastic parts are also very good at both low and high temperatures. (1 x 1 Litre can supplied or 12 if the full box is purchased)

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Description

Available product sizes:

  • 500ml Aerosol Can
  • 1 Litre Can
  • 20 Litre Pail
  • 60 Litre Drum
  • 208 Litre Barrel

Characteristics:

  • Transparent Beige
  • Engine protection
  • High temperature resistant
  • High adhesion
  • UV-detectable version available
  • Long term – permanent

Applications:

  • DINITROL 4010 leaves a hard, transparent film that is resistant to both alkali and acids.
  • DINITROL 4010 is heat resistant up to a temperature of more than 200°C.
  • DINITROL 4010 has a shiny and clean film which facilitates a visual inspection of metal
  • surfaces, reading of labels and numbers etc.
  • The adhesion and flexibility on rubber and plastic parts at both low and high temperatures are very good.
  • Appropriate parts to be treated with DINITROL 4010 are engine compartments, engines and other parts which have to withstand high temperatures.

Method of use:
DINITROL 4010 should be applied on a clean, dry surface. High or low pressure equipment can be used, airless or airmix. Application temperature between 15 − 30°C. Product hardness, flexibility and adhesion increases at higher drying temperatures.

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