Dow DOWSIL™ 236 Dispersion Coating White 0.45 kg Can

Part number: PF236PT
Dow DOWSIL™ 236 Dispersion Coating White 0.45 kg Can
Quantity Price
1-2 $85.77 85.770000000 USD New Available PF236PT
3-15 $66.04 66.040000000 USD New Available PF236PT
16+ $61.32 61.320000000 USD New Available PF236PT
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  • A Made in the USA
  • D Haz Class 3

Dow DOWSIL™ 236 Dispersion Coating White is a one component, low viscosity, silicone rubber that is used to protect equipment from corrosion, weathering, and waste build-up. It is typically used on conveyor belts, manufacturing equipment, rolls, dryer flights, and paint spraying equipment. It cures at room temperature and is applied by spraying, roller coating, stamp coating, dipping, and brushing methods. 0.45 kg Can.


This is a Dow product repackaged by KitPackers, an authorized repackager of Dow.

<p>Dow DOWSIL&trade; 236 Dispersion Coating White is a one component, low viscosity, silicone rubber that is used to protect equipment from corrosion, weathering, and waste build-up. It is typically used on conveyor belts, manufacturing equipment, rolls, dryer flights, and paint spraying equipment. It cures at room temperature and is applied by spraying, roller coating, stamp coating, dipping, and brushing methods. 0.45 kg Can.</p><p><br />This is a Dow product repackaged by KitPackers, an authorized repackager of Dow.</p>
Typical Use: Protective coating for latex manufacturing equipment, conveyor belts, rolls, dryer flights, waste handling equipment, urethane and polyester molding.
Brand: DOWSIL
Color: White
Components: 1 part
Cure Time: 24h
Elongation: 500%
Flash Point: 12.2 °C
Hardness: 20 A
Service Temperature: -40 to 150 °C
Specific Gravity: 1.08 @ 25 °C
Tack Free Time: 2h
Tensile Strength: 325 psi
Viscosity: 675

 

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