Mold rubbers that are extremely versatile and are famous for their abrasion resistance and high tear strength. Brush‑On® urethane rubber molds are suitable for reproducing sculpture, architectural restoration and production casting of concrete.
Brush-On® Series urethane rubber offer the convenience of a one-to-one mix ratio and are easy to mix and apply with a brush or spatula onto vertical surfaces without sagging and will capture exact detail from any original model.
Brush-On® 35 and 40 are used for making molds of models with deep undercuts and are good for casting wax, gypsum, and resins. Brush-On® 50 and 60 offer superior abrasion resistance and tear strength and are ideal for production casting of concrete and hard plasters.
|Select a Product Below||Hardness||Tensile Strength|
|› Brush-On® 35||35 A||335 psi|
|› Brush-On® 40||40 A||300 psi|
|› Brush-On® 50||50 A||500 psi|
|› Brush-On® 60||60 A||630 psi|
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