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BARRELLING MEDIA Liver of Sulphur


• Using either immersion or a brush to cover the area of silver, silver plate or copper with the liquid for a few seconds. Rinse in water and relive back if necessary to expose the base colour of the metal.


• Do not pour the used solution back into the original bottle. This will shorten the life of the solution. The used Platinol solution can be used over and over again but keep it separate from unused solution in a plastic container with an air tight lid.


Health and safety • Platinol is a low risk corrosive material but sensible precautions are advisable. Please refer to the


• Platinol heath and safety data sheet (PDF) for further details. Do not drink or mix with acids. Wear gloves and eye and skin protection, avoid breathing the fumes, keep away from children and pets.


• Label bottles correctly Ageing Chemical - Liver of Sulphur


• Liver of sulphur • Easy to apply gel • Perfect for ageing silver & other non ferrous metals • Easy to use formula for less mess with better results • Non-hazardous • Cay be used concentrated or diluted • 1, 2 or 4 ounce • 1 & 2 ounce in easy to use squeeze bottles • 4 ounce supplied in wide mouth jar


• XL Gel Code


S55879 S55880 S55881


Description


1 Ounce Liver of Sulphur Gel 2 Ounce Liver of Sulphur Gel 4 Ounce Liver of Sulphur Gel


Platinol Antique Aging


UOM Price 1OZ


2OZ 4OZ


Storage: • Platinol has a long shelf life if kept in a sealed plastic container away from sunlight. A cool dark environment helps prolong the operation life of the liquid.


Disposal: • Small amounts less than 100ml can be mixed with 5 Litres of tap water and flushed away into sewage but not directly into a water course with aquatic life.


Code


C33347 C33348


Description


Platinol (100ml) Fluid Platinol (250ml) Fluid


UOM Price 100ML £11.95


250ML £22.95 Price breaks available, see website


£6.25 £9.50


£14.25


Burnishing Compound (Galley 8 or Barrel Brite): • Galley 8, also known as Barrel Brite • A special formulated burnishing compound • Acts as a lubricant between your media and the item being polished


• Enhances the polishing process and the lifespan of your media


• Offers a great consistency with outstanding results assured


• Complements the unique ceramic and steel media shapes and materials


BARRELLING MEDIA


• Brightening Fluid • Cutting & Burnishing Compounds • Cerium Oxide Polishing Compounds • Ceramic Cones • Ceramic Pins • Plastic Cones (Pre-Polish) • Shot, Carbon Steel (Economy Mix) • Shot, Carbon Steel (Regular Mix) • Shot, Stainless Steel (Popular Mix) • Shot, Stainless Steel (Specific Shapes) • Silicon Carbide


Brightening Fluid (Politol V)


• Politol V brightening fluid • Use as a polishing agent in your barrelling machine


• Alternative to your usual barrelling powders


• Can also be used in magnetic finishers


• 1 Litre


Aging Chemical - Grey to Black - Silver Oxidation - Platinol


Platinol puts an antique finish on silver and copper from grey to black. It does not have a strong potent smell as other oxidation fluids which makes it user friendly.


Code


Silver Oxidation, “The Scandinavian Way” the finish is superior and the colour is richer.


Operation: • Platinol is used directly from the bottle without heating


• Pour a small amount from the bottle into a plastic container, not metal as this will cause the Platinol to decompose giving of dangerous gas with some metals.


• Clean the item to be oxidised in an ultrasonic, electrolytic cleaning bath or scrubbing with detergent. It is important not to have any oil or grease, lacquer or polishing compound on the surface or this may result in a patchy finish.


www.COUSINS .COM 1233 P48544 Description Politol V Brightening Fluid


UOM Price £13.75


1LT Price breaks available, see website


New and improved formula. Better brightening whilst kinder to the environment when disposed of


• Safe to use with neoprene rubber acrylic and polyurethane drums


• Has a rust inhibitor for carbon shot, to prevent rusting


• Use 50g of powder to 1ltr of water for the ideal mixture


• Produces minimal levels of foam, compared to alternative compounds


• Ammonia based which offers the most potent cleaning and burnishing strength


• Wear chemical resistant gloves (G9907) and safety goggles (G6257) whilst using this solution


• Can be used with PB Cutting powder (C4904) to reduce the rate of grinding


• Can also be used in magnetic finishers • 1 kg


PB Cutting Compound (C4904): • Use with ceramic Barrelling Cones (B4903) to de-burr and grind metals


• Gives you a matt finish like you have used abrasive paper


• Many items can be semi finished in your Barrelling Unit


• No more intensive labouring getting quantities of work out to your customers one piece at a time


• You can put your work straight into metal barrelling shot for polishing after you have done this process


• 1kg


Varying results can be achieved by using different combinations of shot shapes & material combined with varying concentrations of barrelling compounds


Code


C4365 C4904


Description


Burnishing Compound Galley 8 (Barrel Brite)


Cutting Compound “PB” UOM Price


1KG 1KG


Price breaks available, see website


£10.95 £10.25


Cutting & Burnishing Compounds


”SIA” Emery Paper See Page 1183


Dryers See Page 754


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