CONDAGLASS, New alternative for Swabbing Compounds

Intended use: Lubricants for hollow glass industry - Since 1854, CONDAT has been formulated a range of compounds and lubricants.

Thanks to its expertise in graphite dispersions, CONDAT has decided to launch a range of swabbing compounds for all of the glass container processes: - Blank mold lubricant : CONDAGLASS 370This swabbing compound provides excellent uniform lubrication in the mold without transferring graphite to the glass part.- Ring mold lubricant: CONDAGLASS 397This swabbing compound deposits a very thin uniform graphite film on the ring.It eliminates defects on the neck ring and improves release.

- Blow mold lubricant: CONDAGLASS 398

This swabbing compound provides a clean bright finish to the glass. Its wetting agents and additives penetrate easily into tight surfaces.

CONDAT stays attentive to its customer’s needs and offers a range of lubricants such as CONDAGLASS 302 and CONDAGLASS 399 for specific customer applications.

All of the CONDAGLASS swabbing compounds provide uniform lubrication and maximize production. Their viscosity is designed for the application; neither too fluid, nor too thick, thus allowing the right amount of lubricant to be applied to the mold.

CONDAT’ CONDAGLASS swabbing compounds provide a bright, clean, surface finish on the most demanding parts (perfume, cosmetic, pharmaceutical bottles, etc.). They eliminate checks and build-up and extend mold life.

With this new product range, CONDAT represents a new opportunity for purchasing swabbing compounds in a market with limited suppliers.

600450 CONDAGLASS, New alternative for Swabbing Compounds
Date: 17 December 2013

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