High-Performance, Economical Dry-Cast Release Agent? Check!

Finding a high-performance, economical release agent for dry-cast used to be as likely as winning the lottery.

But Dry-Cast producers have just won the jackpot.

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Dry-Cast Release produces concrete with an exceptionally clean and sharp finish.

Nox-Crete Products Group is proud to announce that we have developed a release agent specifically formulated for pipe production: Dry-Cast Release, available now at a very competitive price.

Nox-Crete has proudly served the pipe, precast and prestressed concrete industries for 60 years, and Dry-Cast Release is the latest high-performance product to join our family of chemical solutions to concrete problems.

Our new, economical Dry-Cast Release formula has been tested and proven to give you an exceptionally clean and sharp finish, no residue build-up on pallets or headers and inherent biodegradability.

Dry-Cast Release has many advantages, including:

  • Easy removal of pallet and header ring, minimizing damage and related patching and repair.
  • Crisp release greatly minimizes chipping on spigot (tongue) ends at gasket recess.
  • Minimizes form cleaning and maintenance costs – pallets and headers become self-cleaning with continued use.
  • Non-staining.
  • Does not impair the natural bonding characteristics of lubricating agents used on the bell end.
  • Inherently biodegradable.
  • Economically priced.

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You can learn more about how Dry-Cast Release works and how to use it by taking a look at the product data sheet.

Please contact Precast Division Manager Jeff Bishop at 402-504-9228 or Precast Sales Manager Pat Linn at 402-504-9224 directly for more information or pricing.

Bishop’s Hands-On Approach to Precast

When Gage Brothers Concrete Plant Manager, Jim Miller, saw Nox-Crete literature about how the right products can enhance the surface finish of precast concrete, he reached out to Nox-Crete’s Precast Division Manager Jeff Bishop for tips on reducing the appearance of bugholes.

Not content to offer advice over the phone, Bishop traveled to the Sioux Falls, South Dakota, plant, where he viewed the mix design and production practices to determine the best option to enhance the location’s output.

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