New Product

CHRYSO®Dem Aqua 800: new vegetable oil emulsion for delayed mould release applications 

8 November 22
precast concrete panels

CHRYSO presents CHRYSO®Dem Aqua 800, its new unlabelled vegetable oil emulsion mould release agent that meets the four primary performance criteria for mould release oils: surface finish quality, mould protection, HSE profile and optimised consumption.

CHRYSO®Dem Aqua 800: a vegetable oil emulsion that meets the challenges of precast 

Beyond providing an excellent surface finish, this new emulsion is compatible with the most demanding industrial processes.  

Designed for use in reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete and steam-cured concrete applications, this mould release agent works equally well with or without steaming.  

Spraying is easier than with other conventional mould release agents due to its low viscosity and allows for yields of between 35 and 75 m²/litre. 

This new unlabelled mould release agent can be stored in a tank and is both user-friendly and environmentally friendly.  

precast steam curing

CHRYSO®Dem Aqua 800: greater resistance to steam curing 

Resistance to steam curing is improved as this new mould release agent can be used at temperatures of up to 60°C. 

Up until now, vegetable oil emulsions have not allowed for steam curing at temperatures above 40°C. This has been made possible with CHRYSO®Dem Aqua 800.

precast steam curing

Photo credits : ©Frédéric Gluzicki

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