Friday, April 11, 2008

repair of castings


Lab-metal fixes and protects virtually any worn or damaged surface. Lab-metal was developed as an economical, convenient way to repair, refurbish, seal, coat and protect equipment, machinery, vehicles, and industrial products. Some of the many industries using Lab-metal include:plants and factories foundries pattern shops powder coaters shipyards, marinas, boatyards public utilities garages and shops (automotive, equipment) processing and chemical industries appliance and electric industries welding, fabricating, metalworking and ornamental metal industries facility maintenance: hotels, schools, hospitals, office buildings construction: building, heavy equipment & machinery transportation: automotive, rail car, bus, truck, aircraft plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigerationSuggested uses:Repair cracks and leaks:Pipes, boilers, tanks, water mains, valves, flanges Gutters, downspouts, metal roofs Castings, motor or engine blocks Gear housings Ducts and vents Heaters, radiators Oil and transmission lines Refrigerator/Heating coil lines Plastic piping Fill:Improperly or overbored holes, milled slots Surface defects, holes, rough and porous spots on castings Dents, gouges on wood or metal patterns, core boxes Damaged truck and auto bodies, rail cars Scored pistons and cylinders Coat and protect:Tanks and other large metal surfaces from rust attack Pipes and metal structures from salt spray and ground corrosion Wood surfaces from moisture damage/rot Patterns from gouging, denting, warping and checking Finish and repair:Rough welds Surfaces to be painted Worn machinery and equipment Seal:Seams and joints on sheet metal Rivets and riveted seams on fuel or water storage tanks and standpipes Leaks in radiators, valve seats, flanges Ducts and vents Important tips:Lab-metal and Hi-Temp Lab-metal repair putties are not designed for use as adhesives ("glues"). They are used for "cosmetic" repairs -- filling, finishing, sealing, patching, building up, and smoothing metal and non-metal surfaces.These products harden upon exposure to air, thus the user may need to keep the applicator wet with Lab-solvent in order to aid in smoothing the application (and reduce "pulling"). Lab-metal's workability may be enhanced by adding Lab-solvent until the desired consistency is achieved. (Lab-metal may be spread, brushed or sprayed on). Lab-solvent should always be added to Lab-metal and Hi-Temp Lab-metal just prior to closing the container. This prevents the metal repair compounds from hardening during extended storage. Simply stir the solvent in prior to the next use.Lab-metal has a guaranteed shelf-life of two years (in factory-sealed cans); Hi-Temp Lab-metal's shelf-life is one year. We urge Lab-metal users to test the suitability of the product for each application.
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