Mold Lite Plus

HAI's Anchor to the Jobbing Market

Mold Lite Plus

Mold Lite PLUS is an alcohol based Refractory Coating designed specifically for Jobbing applications. Mold Lite Plus is extremely effective when used in the production of heavy sectioned iron and steel castings. It is specifically designed for gray, ductile iron and steel castings with metal wall thickness of over three inches.

Performance Factors

  • Cast large section steel with a variety of refractories
  • Used with all No Bake resin systems.
  • Excellent light-off characteristics, light-off does not cause blistering or cracking.
  • Proven effective in the production of valves, compressor parts and various process machinery.
  • Proven effective for flow coating heavy metal sectioned molds.

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Application

 

Brush/Swab:

Spray:

Dip:

Flow Coat:

Baumé

70° - 75°

65° - 70°

60° - 65°

50° - 55°

Product Line

Three variations of Mold Lite Plus are currently offered to allow for optimal operation at the foundry. For more information view our Jobbing Market Refractory Coatings Product Line Presentation.

Item* Description Refractory Packaging
364771 Mold Lite Plus Z 100% Zircon 780lb Drum, 60lb Pail
368663 Mold Lite Plus TZ Tabular Alumina/Zircon 740lb Drum, 60lb Pail
368883 Mold Lite Plus T 100% Tabular Alumina 730lb Drum, 60lb Pail

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Q1: What makes Mold Lite Plus products of choice?
Mold Lite Plus technology does not contain Methanol, a known HAP for many foundries. It also incorporates newer, cost effective refractories in its formulations


Q2: Can I reduce Mold Lite Plus with ethanol?
Mold Lite Plus is designed for IPA based reduction only.


Q3: What is the difference with the “Z” Formula, “TZ” Formula and the “T” formula?
The Z formula contains 100% Zircon as its refractory. The TZ formula contains a blend of Tabular Alumina and Zircon to promote a more cost effective, yet robust system. The “T” formula is 100% Tabular Alumina and is the most cost competitive of the Mold Lite Plus products.


Q4: How is Mold Lite Plus applied?
Mold Lite Plus can be flowcoated, sprayed, dipped and brushed.


Q5: What are the current packaging options?
HAI’s current packaging for Mold Lite Plus is in drums and pails.


Q6: Will the Mold Lite Plus series work on different types of sand systems and binder systems?
Yes, Mold Lite Plus is designed for all No Bake resin systems.