Economical Release Agents

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General Purpose, Economical Form Release Agent

Chemically and physically active concrete form release agent repels both water and concrete and reacts with lime in fresh concrete to yield a releasing compound right on form surface.

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Quick Release is a general purpose, economical form release agent. The ingredients in Quick Release are physically active to repel water as well as concrete. Additionally, chemically active compounds react with lime present in fresh concrete to create a releasing compound directly on the form surface. This product is usable on most form surfaces, except foam and soft rubber forms.

Advantages of this Economical Form Release Agent

• High performance value engineered formulation
• Combination chemical and barrier components provide improved releasing properties for most concrete mix designs, including mixes containing Type 1L cement and/or pozzolans such as fly ash or blast furnace slag.
• Provides a crisp, positive release
• Reduces form cleaning as well as maintenance costs
• Forms become self-cleaning with continued use
• Resists removal by foot traffic and rain
• Usable on forms previously treated with competitive form oils
• Surpasses performance requirement of US Corps of Engineers, GSA and Bureau of Reclamation specifications for nonstaining form oil
• Ready to use - that is to say requires no dilution.
• Low odor
• Storable at temperatures below freezing
• Good sprayability with traditional hand pump tank sprayers down to 32° F (O° C). May require higher pressure sprayers at temperatures below 32° F (O° C)
• For extreme cold temperatures, use one of Nox-Crete’s form release agents for low temperature applications
• Apply up to three weeks in advance of concrete pour
• Treated forms are promptly stackable
• Protects metal and wood forms from weather damage prior to pour
• Finally, will not stain concrete surfaces and concrete is paintable with proper surface preparation