GP-928 Die Casting Lubricant

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Description

GP-928 is a high performance lubricant for use in  Aluminum die casting applications.  GP-928 exhibits good wetting properties over an exceptionally wide temperature range.  At high temperatures, GP-928 cools hot spots faster which leads to shorter cycle times and less solder buildup.  At lower temperatures, GP-928 provides excellent release without building up.  GP-928 is also specifically designed to give a good surface finish that is free of staining or lubricant buildup that can cause a loss of dimensional accuracy. 

GP-928 does not contain waxes, polyethylene or other solid type ingredients, which helps eliminate spray gun clogging and parting-line buildup common to many die casting lubricants.

The high performance characteristics of GP-928 make it a highly cost effective solution for many applications.  GP-928 is typically diluted between 80:1 and 100:1 with soft water prior to use. 

Typical Properties
Appearance
Off White, Opaque Liquid
Weight/Gallon @ 25°C
8.0 lbs
Specific Gravity
0.97
pH
8.5
Wt. % Non-Volatile
30
Emulsifier Type
Nonionic

Applications

GP-928 has shown superior results in Aluminum die casting applications.  Whereas most die casting lubricants are specially formulated for low or high temperature applications, GP-928 is designed to perform well at all die temperatures.

Processing and Safety Guidelines

As with any contaminant, it is recommended that GP-928 residues should be removed from surfaces prior to painting or bonding for best results.  However, if removal is not complete, residue of GP-928 is not known to cause fisheyes, orange peel or similar effects.  For safety information, refer  to Safety Data Sheet.

Packaging/Handling/Storage

GP-928 Carbo-Lube®  is supplied in 5-gallon (40 lbs.) pails, 55-gallon (440 lbs.) drums and 330-gallon (2640 lbs.) totes.  Do not freeze.  Do not store above 100° F.