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REMASOL® ADBOND® QUIKBUILD


TM


Building Thicker Shells Faster REMET.COM REMET® is a leading supplier to the global Precision


Investment Casting industry, focused on specialized sales, technical support and extensive R&D. REMET®


is


constantly developing more technologically advanced solutions that will save you time, increase quality and add to your bottom line profit.


REMASOL® ADBOND® QUIKBUILDTM is an innovative


colloidal silica based binder system that increases the thickness of each shell layer during the shell building process, achieving the shell’s load-bearing capacity with fewer layers.


REMASOL® ADBOND® QUIKBUILDTM has a comparable


dry time to traditional systems, with good green strength and permeability, and uniform stucco coverage. In addition, this binder has a lower fired strength for easier knockout, is water-based (contains no VOC’s) and is supplied pre-blended, so no dilution or pre-mixing required.


One of the most time-consuming aspects of the foundry process is the shell construction. By using REMASOL®


ADBOND® QUIKBUILDTM


, the number of


shell coats can be reduced by up to 33% – increasing productivity and profits!


Reduce the Number of Shell Coats by Up To 33% with REMASOL® ADBOND® QUIKBUILDTM !


Call us at +1 315-797-8700 (US) or +44 1634-226-240 (UK) and ask about setting up a trial – Your Concept To Casting PartnerTM See Us at ICI in Booth #201, October 27 - 30, 2019 at St. Louis Union Station, St. Louis, MO


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