Aqualease 75

Solvent Free, Non-Hazardous

Aqualease 75 is a concentrated version of Aqualease 50. It is an emulation of silicone polymers featuring corrosion protection and improved film formation. This formula is designed to release synthetic and natural rubber, microcellular and solid polyurethane elastomers, and thermoplastic resins.

A thin film of Aqualease 75 provides excellent release, requires little or no mold maintenance, and provides better protection against rust on steel molds. This product is an excellent low cost replacement for organic solvent release agents.


  • Water based carrier
  • Excellent release
  • Excellent film formation
  • No build-up
  • Low toxicity and odor
  • No volatile organic solvents
  • Reduced health risks
  • Low mold maintenance


  • Dilute 1 part Aqualease 75 with 4 parts water, and preheat molds to operating temperature.
  • Spray using an air assisted gun. Always apply a light coating before each molding cycle. Excess water will create surface defects on the molded parts.
  • Should mold build-up occur, dilute Aqualease 75 blend as above in instruction 1 with an additional part of water.
  • Aqualease 75 is a stable water emulsion of silicone polymers, but repeated or prolonged freezing may cause separation. Should this occur, mix well before using. This product will freeze at 32°F.


Thorough cleaning of molded parts is required prior to staining, painting or bonding. Clean solvent such as mineral spirits will remove any residual oils on the parts surface. In addition, hot alkaline power wash units will remove the release compounds. For suggested cleaning procedures, consult a technical representative.

Aqualease Appearance Application Solids Viscosity Mold Temperature Mold Types Safety Data Sheet
Aqualease 75 Milky Fluid Spray 18 - 20% Low All All Download SDS
  • Use adequate protection when handling any release solvent systems.
  • Skin contact my cause dryness.
  • Wear safety glasses or their equivalent to prevent eye injury.
  • Avoid inhalation of excessive amount of solvent vapor.
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