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MOULDPRO nanotechnology generation


.. a product,
specially designed for achieving ideally glassy surface of mould.

What you need to do?


  1.  Pre-clean surfaces with a cleaner/degreaser and/or resin remover.
  2.  Use a clean white cloth wetted with ethanol, IPA alcohol, acetone, or MEK solvent, to remove any residual degreaser and oils.
  3.  Continue cleaning with solvent until no oil, or debris is evident on the cloth. Upon final cleaning the cleaning cloth should be white.


Apply 3-4 drops of Nano Mold Coating on the microfiber cloth or swab.
Apply a very thin and even layer of NanoMoldCoating® to the mold surface. Remove any excess pooling immediately. When applied correctly it should just appear wetted not dripping.
Visualize: When applying a “thin” layer, the surface should look as if you wiped it with an alcohol wipe. It appears wet and then slowly evaporates.
Technique: When applying try to work in one direction at a time and be careful not to leave swirl marks in the surface.
For highly polished surfaces it may be necessary to lightly “fan” any swirls out of the surface.
Using a heat gun apply heat (setting at 550-600 F with high air flow) at approximately 4-6 inches from the surface. Apply heat for 10 minutes to the coated area.
Allow the coated area to continue curing for a minimum of 3 hours.

For longer coating life repeat NANO APPLICATION steps 1-4 before going into production. The mold is now ready for production.



If at any time coating removal is required: spray remover onto the surface and let soak in for 1-2 minutes. This breaks up the chemical bonds.
Rub aggressively to remove the coating.

As a result you get crystal-smooth surface of the mould, well-defined and fast release of details. Manufaturer garantee quality of produced items up to 500 000 cycles.

This product is an excellent way for sticking elimination and giving a  "second life" for a mould, which has scrapes. Furthermore it reduces moulding pressure and temperature, improves part finish by eliminated streching and dragging.

Below you can se an demo of "How to" use Nano on the surface on you mould.